Swimming Team’s Jaw-Dropping Routine Wins Them The Gold


Sit back and get ready to watch one of the most jaw-dropping routines of all time.

Synchronized swimming + Led Zeppelin = Gold? Yep! These ladies are definitely here to change the way you see sports.

During the 2009 World Aquatics Championships in Rome, ten synchronized swimmers from Spain showcased an extreme talent that comes with years of practice — and it’s nothing short of amazing.

The video below features these incredible athletes rocking out with their routine to Led Zeppelin’s “Stairway to Heaven,” earning them the gold medal in style. The petite women may seem like regular swimmers at first, but as the song builds up to its famous climax, they reveal just how precise their synchronized moments truly are. The team goes on to splash and showcase their balance, flexibility, and athletic prowess. It’s truly a sight to behold.

Since Spain struggled to win the gold prior to this routine, they decided to turn it up a notch. Synchronized swimming doesn’t typically feature music with vocals — not only does the team push the conventional boundaries, but they do so with the help of one of the most hard-rocking bands of all time. Oh, and keep your eye out for the air guitar!

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