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Anna NEGASHEVA

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    Anna NEGASHEVA
    Correspondent
    Russia

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    "Hi everyone! I've been skating in Team Junost' for 4 years! As a member of the team I became two times World Junior Champion and won Nationals twice. I'm also multiply winner of the international competitions. Аs I want to tie my future life with Synchro, i'm studying international relations now. I'm really excited to be a member of Jura Synchro and contribute to the development of this brilliant sport! "


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchronized skating is a great love of my life and I hope it's mutually! "

Last news by Anna NEGASHEVA

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Sunrise teams in Russia train the next generation of synchro skaters

"Skating synchro with team Sunrise – 1 was the best decision in my life". So began our conversation with Polina Vlasova, who has been skating in the Russian team for three years.

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Tatarstan took back the gold at the 3rd stage of the Russian Cup

The 3rd stage of the Russian Cup took place in Togliatti a few days ago. Thirteen novices, ten juniors and 4 senior teams presented their programs. The competitions were really exciting and, definitely, worth watching. So, let’s see how it was!

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Crystal Ice cracks 220 points to take Senior's competition

The 2nd stage of the Russian Cup and the Open Cup of the Urals took place in Ekaterinburg a few days ago. Previously this competition was held in Novouralsk, but the event was moved to the capital of the Urals.

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A new program for Team Paradise who finally begins its season

All the synchro-lovers in Russia became the happiest skaters, coaches, judges, and supporters from October 31 to November 1, 2020. Indeed, overcome all the obstacles, the 1st Stage of the Russian Cup took place in Togliatti. Traditionally, this competition was held in Moscow. However, the bad epidemiological situation in the city couldn't allow competitions to take place. Fortunately, Tolyatti still managed to host events, and they were between three age-categories: Advanced Novices, Juniors, and Seniors.