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Synchronized Swimming

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Tail flukes?

London 2012 - Scientists use the tail fluke sightings to identify individual whales, but this technique is more difficult to apply to Olympic synchronized swimmers.
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A big surprise?

London 2012 - Nayara Figueira and Lara Teixeira of Brazil appear to be surprised, but use their above water moment to take as deep a breath as possible.
IOC/Jason Evans
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Inverted lift

London 2012 - Synchronized duet from Greece demonstrate an inverted lift.
IOC/Jason Evans
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Always in synch

London 2012 - Even during warm up, Olympic duet athletes are always in-synch.
IOC/Jason Evans
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Spanish smile

London 2012 - Ona Carbonell Ballestero smiles during her performance with Spanish partner Andrea Fuentes Fache.
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Plain suits for practice

London 2012 - Guila Lapi and Mariangela Perrupato shun elaborate makeup and sequined swimsuits in favor of the Italian “azzurri” while practicing for synchronized swimming duets competition.
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