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AQUAOAKS

Artistic Swimming Club

based in Sevenoaks, Kent.

ABOUT our club

Aquaoaks is an artistic swimming club based in Kent. Our goal is to develop athletes from novice to elite, instilling skills that will serve our swimmers throughout their lifetime.

Artistic swimming is both outwardly graceful and powerful, deceptively physically and mentally demanding. The athletes in this sport combine the most difficult aspects of swimming, dance, and gymnastics.

Here in Sevenoaks we have programs for athletes from beginners to advanced. We have classes for swimmers from age 6+, as long as they can swim confidently.

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Summer Camp 2024

19-23 August 

9am - 3pm

 

Holmewood House School, Langton Green, TN3 0EB

 

Learning artistic swimming routines for ages 6-8, from beginners to experienced swimmers.

meet the Coaches

Alison

Hook

Alison first started coaching synchronised swimming in 2012 when the club had just five members. Her commitment to synchro has seen the club grow to over seventy  members.

katie
thomas

Katie has been part of  Aquaoaks since 2017, and has  transitioned from swimming into coaching and inspiring the next generation of Aquaoaks' artistic swimmers. She heads up several of our training sessions including our development squads.

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Synchronised swimming is an exciting and challenging sport which combines skills in swimming, dance & choreography and gymnastics. My daughter has been swimming with this wonderful club for 5 years and has benefitted from the dedicated, committed and knowledgeable coaches. The club is supportive and fun, and older swimmers inspire and mentor younger ones. Swimmers are challenged to work towards grades as well as compete in regional and national competitions which fosters a strong sense of teamwork. If you're keen to win medals and you love the water and you're prepared to work hard individually and as part of a team, then I'd highly recommend giving ‘Aquaoaks Artistic Swimming’ a try. 

-Tanya-

Parent

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