Anne started synchronised swimming in her teens and swam until the late seventies when she then took over coaching at Clydebank Synchronised Swimming Club with Elizabeth Bowman. She has been coaching, judging and assessing synchronised swimmers for over 30 years and is currently the President of Clydebank ASC.
Elizabeth started synchro in the sixties and swam until the early seventies. She was West District Convenor for 10 years and then Scottish National Convenor for 15 years. Elizabeth has been a coach with Clydebank since 1975 and is on the National Synchro Committee as Competition Organiser and Assessor Coordinator. She is a Qualified Synchro Coach, National Judge and Senior Assessor
Linda was first plopped in the pool wearing armbands while her mum (Anne Kane) was coaching but started taking part seriously from the age of 8. Linda began choreographing routines around 20 years ago while she was still competing. In 2008 she hung up her nose clip and started coaching & choreographing routines for the club. Linda has her UKCC Synchro Coaching Qualification and Advanced Assessors Qualification. She judges synchronised swimming in competition and has recently been added to the FINA International Judging list.
Susan has been involved in synchro since the age of seven and competed for the club, the district and for Synchro Caledonia. She stopped swimming competitively in 2008 to start a family but has continued coaching. Susan was West District Convenor for 5 years and is now on the National Synchro Committee as club representitive. She has UKCC Synchro Coaching Qualification and Scorer.
Lynne started synchronised swimming as a child and has loved it ever since. In the last few years, since her daughter started swimming for Clydebank, she has become more involved. Lynne is a Level One Coach and Level 1-3 Assessor.