Canadian women aim for gold

PHUKET: “You have nothing to lose until you win the gold medal. When you have the gold, you may sit on it and play safe. When you don’t have it, you must do everything to target this prize.”

Julie Sauvé, head coach of the Canadian synchronized swimming team, explains how being driven and innovative has placed the national team in contention for Olympic gold.

The squad have used Thanyapura Sports and Leisure Club as a base before leaving to compete at the 14th FINA World Championships in Shanghai next week.

— Neil Quail

Phuket News

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