Carole Ann Peck
Carole Ann Peck
Judd Gymnasia; McCurdy Natatorium; Springfield College; Springfield College--Swimming and diving; Springfield College--Swimming and diving--Women; Springfield College--Sports; Springfield College--Sports--Women;
Synchronized swimming; Swimmers; Swimming pool; Athletes; athletics; sports; Peck, Carole Ann;
Carole Ann Peck, a synchronized swimmer at Springfield College, emerges from the Judd Swimming Pool after an exciting show in the 1950s. The swimming pool was housed in Judd Gymnasium, which was built in 1894 and is one of the oldest buildings on campus. The building served as the site of the college's physical education classes. The synchronized swimming team existed during the 1950s, where they performed elaborate synchronized routines accompanied by music. The sport requires strength, endurance, flexibility, grace, artistry, and precise timing, as well as exceptional breath control.
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Swimming Papers (Women's Swimming/Synchronizeed Swimming)
Synchronized Swimming - Womens
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