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British Olympic synchro stars announce retirements

Two-time Olympians Jenna Randall and Olivia Federici and five other members of the British synchronised swimming team have announced their retir...

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Randall looks ahead after opening outing at worlds in Spain

Jenna Randall wasn’t entirely happy with where she placed as she began her World Championship campaign but with her coaches satisfied she at lea...

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Randall and Federici make happy return to water in Italy

Jenna Randall and Olivia Federici reunited for the first time since London 2012 to finish sixth at the European Synchronised Swimming Champions ...

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Randall and Federici ready to kickstart 2013 season

London Olympians Jenna Randall and Olivia Federici will compete for the first time since London 2012 at this weekend’s European Synchronised Swi...

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GB synchronised swimming team targets Rio

The ground-breaking Great Britain synchronised swimming team said they have put the sport "on the map" with their first Olympic appearance.

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Medal Record

London 2012
  • 0 Gold
  • 0 Silver
  • 0 Bronze
Beijing 2008
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  • 0 Silver
  • 0 Bronze

Biography

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 Tia having also competed for Britain.

Her younger sibling Asha joins her on the team for London with the two forming part of the British team for the past four years.

In 2007 Randall, along with Olivia Federici, became the first British synchronised swimmers to compete at a World Championships for nine years.

Randall suffered with a stress fracture in her lower back in 2010, sidelining her for four months in which time she missed that year’s European Championships.

In 2012 she suffered a sprained wrist, forcing her out of the duet at the London 2012 test event. She shares her sister Asha’s motto of ‘nothing is impossible, 100 per-cent committed’.