New Zealand's Synchronised Swimming team is in South Korea getting ready for their world championship campaign, which starts this week. That team is lead by captain Eva Morris - a 21-year-old Tauranga Synchro member, who despite having no interest in the sport initially, now feels like she has gained sisters in her teammates. But when kicks are a normal part of life for synchronised swimmers it's not all glittery togs, graceful movements and intense athleticism for Morris, concussions are part of it too. No matter what though, the talented athlete loves her sport ... but she also loves her 'happy