This Synchronized Swimming Team Pushes Conventional Boundaries When Led Zeppelin Begins To Play

Aug 8, 2015 By Sarah Brennan
Led Zeppelin and synchronized swimming don't seemingly make a good pair, but this Spanish team is proving how epic it can be. During the 2009 World Aquatics Championships in Rome, 10 synchronized swimmers changed the game in a major way.

This sport requires a tremendous amount of talent and precision. That of which, these women have ten-fold. Ordinarily, this style of swimming is paired with a piece of music that rarely has lyrics, let alone a rock song. When the Spanish team enters the water, they start their routine like any other until Led Zeppelin starts to play. What they do next leaves the crowd in awe. Wait until you see the air guitar.
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