Synchronised Swimming Free Form

Synchronised Swimming Free Form

Soon to be included into the pantheon of the current Olympic Games sports agenda, free form Synchronised Swimming, (otherwise known as Splashing), is the largest participant sport in the world.

A truly global event in which the rigid routines of Synchronised Swimming are relaxed to allow for Random Movement, or Chaos, in the water. This will rival the modern Britart movement for creating a completely pointless and useless genre in which any talentless individual will be hailed by an equally talentless expert a phenominal example of creative British genius.

This most popular of water exercises has now been recognised for what it is by the Olympic Acceptance Committee and they are totally unanimous in their desire to see it represented in the next Olympics if enough money can be found to bribe the necessary corrupt Olympic officials.

It is felt that Great Britain should stand a very good chance of winning some sort of medal, when this highly intricate sport is included, that is, until some obscure foreign country discovers its inclusion and removes even that outside possibility by sending a troop of wild meerkats to compete.