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Amélie DE TOMI

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    Amélie DE TOMI
    Founder | Journalist | Editor

    79 Articles


    "I fell in love with synchro at the age of 10 during a competition in my country. So I skated several teams in Switzerland and I never stopped since. Beside that, I got a Bachelor's degree in letters and a Master's degree in Journalism and Communication at the University of Neuchâtel and Geneva and I now work in journalism and video production. Today, I like to put my skates and tap on my keyboard to convey my passion."

    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchro helped me to grow, to persevere, to learn, to travel. Above all, thanks to this sport, I’ve met wonderful people who were sharing the same passion… By creating Jura Synchro, we wanted to help this wonderful sport to develop too."

Last news by Amélie DE TOMI


The long-awaited resumption of competitions in several countries

The synchro world is already in full swing! In several countries on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, several competitions took place last weekend.


Great competition in Finland: here are the results

About 40 synchro teams competed this weekend in Helsinki, the Finnish capital. After a year of waiting due to the Covid pandemic, the competitive atmosphere was there, and the skaters were eager to skate in front of an audience again.


You didn't suspect that there was synchro in this part of the world

Created three years ago, the junior team Tengri trains four times a week in a large Kazakhstan city to build their first synchro program.


Finland: the confidences of 5 teams before the qualifications

The first round of the Finnish National Qualifications take place this weekend. This is an important competition for the ISU teams as it will be the real start of their season. The top 5 ISU junior teams in 2020 give their impressions.