Ruby Remati

Full Name Ruby Remati
Nation United States of America
Birthdate August 14, 2002
Status Active – the Ohio State University
Social Media Instagram
Career Highlights

2019 bronze medalist at the Pan American Games in duet and team… On the senior national team since 2018… Competed at the 2019 FINA World Championships… Swam at the 2017 COMEN Cup with the 13-15 national team and won bronze in team.

2022: Did not compete internationally… Swam for the Ohio State University on the collegiate circuit.

2021Ranked fourth in team at the Olympic Games Qualification Tournament… Also helped the duet qualify to Tokyo by swimming in the free duet final at the last minute… Competed in solo and team at two World Series – U.S virtual, Canada virtual – and the Super Final… Joined the team at the Ohio State University in the fall.

2020: Swam at the French Open, the first and only stop of the world series for the season…Won silver in technical team… Would have won another silver in free team but the nation was disqualified after a clerical error… Served as alternate to the technical and free duet routines… Did not compete internationally thereafter due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.

2019: Won a bronze medal in duet and team at the Pan American Games…Placed 11th in technical and free team, and 12th in technical duet and free duet at the World Championships… Also competed at the Synchro America Open and the Spanish Open in both team events and in the technical duet with Anita Alvarez.

2018: Member of the junior and senior national team… Placed seventh in free combination, eighth in technical team, and 11th in technical and free duet at the FINA Jr. World Championships… Won gold in free duet, technical team and free combination at the UANA Pan American Championships, and silver in technical duet… Swam at four world series competitions in both duet events and technical team – Japan Open, China Open, Canadian Open and Synchro America Open.

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