Asha Randall

Asha Randall is nearly 18 months younger than her sister Jenna who together became the second sister act to earn London 2012 selection for Britain. Randall made her senior British debut two years after her elder sibling, who she credits as an inspiration, ...

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Jenna Randall

Jenna Randall was the most successful member of the British synchronised swimming team chosen to compete at the 2012 Olympic Games in London. A three-time Commonwealth silver medallist, Randall comes from a family of synchronised swimmers with elder sister...

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Jennifer Knobbs

Jennifer Knobbs was born in Toronto – her father moving to Canada at the age of 17 with the National Ballet of Canada. Knobbs began the sport aged seven, joining the Olympium Synchronised Swimming Club, and studied for a year at the University of Tor...

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Katie Clark

At 18 Katie Clark was the youngest member of the British team chosen to compete at London 2012. She has been on the team since she was 15 and with three Katies selected for the Games she often goes by ‘C’ or ‘Kat’. Clark’s spo...

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Katie Dawkins

Katie Dawkins has formed a part of the British team since 2007. Her dad, Duncan, was a weightlifter and won silver at the 1986 Commonwealth Games and triple gold four years later. A keen gymnast before switching to the water, Dawkins has also overcome a lo...

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Katie Skelton

At 24, Katie Skelton was the oldest member of the British team selected for the 2012 Olympics – over six years the senior of the youngest Katie Clark. But like Clark, Skelton is a product of Reading Royals and made her senior British debut at the FIN...

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Olivia Federici

Known as Olivia Allison before her marriage to Roberto Federici in the summer of 2011, she is the British team’s longest-serving member along with Jenna Randall. She was paired with Randall for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games in 2006 before winning ...

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Vicki Lucass

After much success at British Championship and National Age Group level, Vicki Lucass made her senior British debut at the FINA World Trophy in 2008. She has since gone to compete at two World Championships in Rome and Shanghai and made the transition to s...

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Yvette Baker

Yvette Baker was selected to join the British team in 2009, made her World Championship debut in 2011 and was inspired to take up the sport after watching the Sydney Olympics in 2000. Baker has to high-five people before competing as well as going through ...

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