The young British Synchronised Swimming team made their European Championship debut this week and impressed with some mature and confident performances in Berlin.
Genevieve Randall - who we featured In The Spotlight last month - finished 13th in the Solo Free preliminary and 14th overall despite being the youngest competitor in the field by two years at just 16 years old.
Randall has only been training with partner Jodie Cowie for a matter of months but the British pair also managed to finish 14th in the Duet competition while the British squad finished 10th in the Team competition.
The Brits finished their European campaign by placing eighth with a fun and energetic performance of their 'Dolls' routine in the Team Combination.
“We are really pleased with how the competition has gone," said Cowie. "Our Free team really stepped it up for the final, which was shown by the score which really improved.
“We achieved a lot of the corrections that we’ve been working on in training between the prelims and the final. We’ve worked on our lifts, which all ended up much higher, and we also worked on our height out of the water and our sharpness."