WORLD'S FIRST SYNCHRO NOVEL ABOUT THE OLYMPIC GAMES

Take a breath.

Finally here. For all synchro swimmers and fans of the sport.

CLOSE YOUR EYES FOR A SECOND…

You have qualified for the Olympics. You are far from home, having early graduated from your school, with a national representation credit card. There is an interesting boy at the arena looking at you. If you won’t be in five minutes on the deck, your team might lose everything you have been fighting for.

So what you are gonna do?

…AND NOW OPEN.

150 pages. The story of a young swimmer from the USA starting in summer Olympics taking place in London. Figures, photographs and medals. Great synchro adventure never told before.

LOOK INSIDE THE BOOK

After the walkout they were up for a second. All on time. The height was good. Now the next underwater part!

A longer arm section. Now the breathing was starting to be really pleasurable.

And then was the platform lift. A big dive. She set up herself on her position. Chloe also took her place on the opposite side, but for a moment she showed Julie opened hand. Something was wrong. Chloe was out of the lifting.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

Apart from the novel, there is also a synchro glossary for those who are new to the sport and a making of section covering the process of the book production.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Writer, photographer, filmmaker. Maciej Wojtkiewicz is a young, multidisciplinary, aspiring artist, as well as a big fan of synchronized swimming. Apart from watching the competitions he loves classical music and tasty fish dishes. Julia vs Olympics is his first book.

Copyright © 2018 by Maciej Wojtkiewicz. All rights reserved.

WORLD'S FIRST SYNCHRO NOVEL ABOUT THE OLYMPIC GAMES

Take a breath.

Finally here. For all synchro swimmers and fans of the sport.

CLOSE YOUR EYES FOR A SECOND…

You have qualified for the Olympics. You are far from home, having early graduated from your school, with a national representation credit card. There is an interesting boy at the arena looking at you. If you won’t be in five minutes on the deck, your team might lose everything you have been fighting for.

So what you are gonna do?

…AND NOW OPEN.

150 pages. The story of a young swimmer from the USA starting in summer Olympics taking place in London. Figures, photographs and medals. Great synchro adventure never told before.

LOOK INSIDE THE BOOK

After the walkout they were up for a second. All on time. The height was good. Now the next underwater part!

A longer arm section. Now the breathing was starting to be really pleasurable.

And then was the platform lift. A big dive. She set up herself on her position. Chloe also took her place on the opposite side, but for a moment she showed Julie opened hand. Something was wrong. Chloe was out of the lifting.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

Apart from the novel, there is also a synchro glossary for those who are new to the sport and a making of section covering the process of the book production.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Writer, photographer, filmmaker. Maciej Wojtkiewicz is a young, multidisciplinary, aspiring artist, as well as a big fan of synchronized swimming. Apart from watching the competitions he loves classical music and tasty fish dishes. Julia vs Olympics is his first book.