Artistic swimming is a sport that combines aspects of swimming, dance and gymnastics into routines of elaborate movements in the water accompanied by music. Artistic swimming develops a high level of physical fitness while teaching athletes confidence, grace and poise. Swimmers develop team and club spirit as they gain experience throughout the season. As artistic swimmers, athletes learn respect, cooperation, commitment and, above all, good sportsmanship.
The Kawartha Trent Synchro Club (KTSC) was founded in the late 1960s, The name reflects that artistic swimming is also called synchronized swimming. KTSC is based in the Allan Marshall pool at Trent University. KTSC is governed by a Board of Directors composed of volunteers and all programs are delivered by well trained and dedicated coaches.
KTSC is committed to supporting a diverse and inclusive membership by providing accessible programming for swimmers of different ages and abilities. The club supports recreational and competitive programs.