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Here are the teams you'll see at the Senior Worlds this weekend!

Just a few hours remain before the ISU World Synchronized Championships 2024 starts. The competition, which will take place in Zagreb, Croatia, will feature 21 teams from 17 different countries. Let's take a look ahead of the kickoff!

The unique vocabulary of synchronized skating!

Craving for a peek behind the cultures of our ISU Senior teams preparing for the Worlds? We asked them of the quirks of their skating language, and got responses that spoke of creativity, vivid imagination, and individual coaches’ influence – but also of similarities between the teams.

Helsinki Rockettes and Team Unique will go to Worlds

In the most important competition of the Finnish synchronized skating season, the Helsinki Rockettes succeeded excellently. Their powerful program "Manaus (Incantation)" received 153.38 points, and they earned 230.65 overall scores. This result secured them the gold medals, and they will be Team Finland 1 in the Senior World Championships next April. Team Unique was appointed as Team Finland 2.

Helsinki Rockettes succeeded best in the short program at Finnish Nationals

This weekend, the Finnish National Championships in synchronized skating is in progress in Turku. Once again, the final Senior competition in Finland is extremely exciting. The two Senior World Championship representatives will be chosen, and all the top three teams will be in a good position to gain the seat. After the short program competition, Helsinki Rockettes is leading with 77.27 points.

Two Finnish teams qualified for Junior Worlds

The Marie Lundmark Trophy took place on Saturday and Sunday in Helsinki, Finland. This top-level competition was the 5th and final leg of the Challenger Series and witnessed some incredible performances. The Helsinki Rockettes won the gold in Senior, Les Suprêmes were the best in the Junior division, and two Finnish junior teams to qualify for the Junior World Championships.

Canadian teams are leading the second Marie Lundmark Trophy in cold and sunny Helsinki

The Challenger series culminates this weekend, February 10-11, for the second Marie Lundmark Trophy in history. The reigning World Champion, Canada's Les Suprêmes, is leading the Senior competition after the short program. Also, in the Junior series, Canadians are in the lead when Les Suprêmes Junior succeeded perfectly in their performance. In addition to the reigning World Cup medalists, tough United States and Canada contenders are seen on the ice.

Day 2 of the Budapest Cup: Les Suprêmes is Crowned Champion

On the second day of the Budapest Cup, top-level junior and senior teams battled it out for medals. The Basic Novices teams also had the opportunity to impress spectators during this sunny Hungarian weekend.

Day 1 of Budapest Cup 2024: Excitement Begins!

The 2024 Budapest Cup is the second of the 2023/24 season Challenger Series events, and it has been highly anticipated since many top teams gathered in Budapest since the last time it was held in 2019. Scores were close between some teams and winners were decided only by the end of the game. So what happened on the first day of the Cup?

Synchro Tour’s new competition format offered two evening spectacles to Finnish audiences

Finnish synchro audiences got to enjoy two full evenings of skating, cheerleading, and other entertainment when Synchro Tour’s new evening competition format took place at the Helsinki Ice Hall. The first, short program competition was on Wednesday, November 22nd, and the second, free program competition on Monday, November 27th. The competitions started at an unusual time, at 6 pm on a weekday, to create an interesting yet compact experience.

Team Unique confirms its success by winning the 2nd national qualifications in Finland

By less than a point, Team Unique won the 2nd Finnish national qualifier. It's a precious victory for the rest of the season. In the junior category, Valley Bay Synchro took the gold title.

Tight competition in all divisions in Helsinki

This weekend it is time for the second qualification competition of ISU synchronized skating in Finland, Helsinki. On Saturday, the group 2 of Novice teams skated their free programs, Seniors and Juniors competed with their short programs. The competition in every division was extremely tight, only a few tenths separate the top teams from each other.

From inauguration to end-of-the-season hockey games, these are the annual traditions of ISU Senior teams

In this article, we discuss skating traditions from the welcoming of new team members to annual team hangouts and competition superstitions. We asked for skaters input and got answers from 15 different ISU Senior teams from Montreal to Milan.