The Awkward Faces of Synchronised Swimming

No doubt, synchronised swimming is not easy, but should it really stop us from laughing while watching their hilariously awkward facial expressions?

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Wow, a hand!

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Crazy smile.

Truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

Synchronised swimming is a truly majestic sport.

15 thoughts on “The Awkward Faces of Synchronised Swimming”

  1. It’s the age old question, if one synchronised swimmer drowns do the rest of the team drown in synchronisation?

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  2. Interpretive dance in water. Does it really have a place in the Olympics? I mean I know it takes physical effort and years of training, but so does bricklaying, working in a sawmill or driving a Formula One car. I think there’s a strong case for slimmed down Olympics.

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  3. Olympic bricklaying is actually a great idea – one could build an olympic pool AND get a medal for it.

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