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Thai synchronized swimming team coach: We came to learn from the Russians – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: July 18, 2024 Time: 04:28:40

What goal is proposed in Kazan?

Claudia Taparelli: At the World Swimming Championships, which took place in February in Doha, we reached the final for the first time in a group technical exercise. But now we have a new program. It is important for us to present it, act without making serious mistakes, observe the judges’ reaction and receive advice. But the main thing is that we want to learn from the Russian team. This is the strongest team both technically and artistically. It had been a long time since we competed in the same competition. The BRICS Games are a great opportunity to see the best, perform together and learn every day. We have young girls in the national team, for them it is a great experience and many impressions.

Were you able to adapt to the new rules?

Claudia Taparelli: The rules are not fully thought out, they must be improved. On the other hand, this is an opportunity for new countries to get on the podium. I have already mentioned the historic achievement of our technical group. Our synchronized swimmer Kantinan Adisaisiributr at the World Championships finished ninth in the technical solo program and sixth in the free program. We are very proud of him. In Kazan, the boys will be with the girls both in a group exercise and in an acrobatic group. That is, men’s synchronized swimming and mixed duets are also being developed in Thailand. But at the BRICS Games we are looking forward to seeing the performances of Alexander Maltsev, the synchronized swimmer with the most titles in the world.

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