News and Announcements
Our novice, intermediate, and JO swimmers have jumped into fall and the start of their routines. Our intermediate swimmers are preparing for their levels test. At this time, registration for new team swimmers is closed for the 2018-19 season. Registration will reopen for summer camps and fall registration for the new season in April. Until then, if you would like more information about our team, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are already a synchro swimmer and you just moved to the area, email us if you would like to transfer to our team. We have two training locations in Florida – Palm Coast and Oviedo.
FCSB Coaches and Staff
Look at our Athletes! Image from recent competition in Lakeland (April 30th/May1st).
US National Championships in Arizona
APRIL 03, 2016, 10:34 P.M. (ET)
MESA, Ariz. – Flagler County Synchro Belles will vie for several titles at the U.S. National Synchronized Swimming Championships beginning April 6 in Mesa, Ariz.
The championships start with practice on April 5, with competition running April 6-9 at the Skyline Aquatic Center.
More than 350 swimmers advanced to the championships through various qualifying measures, including top placements at zone championships, past national championships and other qualifying scores. The event includes the U.S. Senior National Championships, U.S. Junior National Championships and U.S. 13-15 National Championships. The swimmers in each championship will compete for titles in solo, duet, team and free combo.
The championships will be live streamed Thursday through Saturday at http://takeitlive.tv/. Schedules, draws and results can be found at http://www.teamusa.org/USA-Synchronized-Swimming/Events/2016/April/06/2016-US-National-Championships.
The U.S. National Synchronized Swimming Championships are sponsored by The City of Mesa, Visit Mesa, and the AZ Synchronized Swimming Association.
The final phase of team trials for the U.S. 13-15 and 12 & Under National Teams will take place immediately following the championships on April 10 at the Kino Aquatic Center in Mesa.
To all Flagler County SynchroBelles Parents and Swimmers,
The Board of the Flagler County Synchro Belles wanted to provide an update on this past weekends event in Cocoa Beach. The 2016 event was one of the most successful hosted events in recent years in terms of swimmer attendance, event coordination and as a fundraiser for the Flagler County Synchro Belles. The success of these events helps us keep your monthly dues and sponsorship fees in line so we do not have to raise fees each year. We are proud our monthly dues and fees have stayed relatively constant of the past five years. Not many teams can boast to this success!
First, we want to send a huge thank you to all the parents and swimmers who donated their time and goods to make this event such a huge success. In an effort to not miss anyone, but thank you to all the setup and breakdown crew, recorders, timers, basket giveaways, concession, judges, announcers, runners, Herballife concession and Jr. Swimmers who donated their time. Also a special shout out goes to the Cocoa Beach pool managers and life guards, they allowed us extra pool time due to the inclement weather!
A special thank you to these committee chairs who without having their help, this meet could not have gotten off the ground.
Hospitality – Kathy Weed
Concession – Janet Hinman and Kathy Weed
Hotels – Janet Hinman
Scoring and Awards – J. Wadsworth, Ron and Meashell Steinwehr
Store – Dulce Lake
Setup – Greg Hinman
Recorders, Timers and Runners – Ivy Alvarez
Assistant Coaches: Mary Ellen and Carolyne
Finally last but not least, this meet could not have happened without our fearless coach Isabella Vasconcellos! Ask yourself, could you handle coaches, judges, swimmers, teams, pool manager and being a mom, all while coordinating this meet? Next time you see coach, give her a big hug and say thank you! We all need to show our appreciation on how lucky we are to have one of the top coaches in the country leading our team!
For those that did not have a chance to donate their time or resources at this event, our annual water show is tentatively scheduled for JUNE 5th. The board looks forward to all of our parents and swimmers mandatory participation and helping to make this event a continued success!
Again thank you and we wish everyone a successful season!
The Board of the Flagler County Synchro Belles
Rodriguez and Woroniecki Finish Sixth at FINA World Trophy
DEC. 12, 2015, 7:54 P.M. (ET)
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Sarah Rodriguez (San Antonio, Texas) and Victoria Woroniecki (Palm Coast, Fla.) finished sixth in the thematic duet Saturday at the FINA Synchronized Swimming World Trophy in Shaoxing, China.
Rodriguez and Woroniecki scored 85.6667 points, a point behind Japan’s duet. China was first at 90.5000, followed by Italy (89.1667), Ukraine (88.6667) and Russia (88.0000).
Rodriguez is a member of the U.S. Senior National Team, while Woroniecki and Louisa Strutynski (Calgary, Alberta), the duet alternate, were on the 2015 U.S. 13-15 National Team.
Bill May (Cicero, N.Y.), who won gold and silver medals at the 2015 FINA World Championships, will take part in Sunday’s solo exhibition.