There was not a free seat in the second day of the Trophy D’Ecosse in Dumfries, Scotland. Saturday was the culmination of the Junior and Senior events and as predicted, Nexxice Senior took away the gold medal earning 125.52 points in their free programme and a total score of 189.62 points.
5 Senior teams and 4 Junior teams skated their short programmes on Friday afternoon at the Trophy D’Ecosse in Dumfries, Scotland on the first of day of the 3-day ISU competition. The rink was packed out with only standing room available by the time the Senior teams skated and the Canadian team, Nexxice, are currently in the lead with 64.10 points earned in their short programme.
Eleven Senior teams took the challenge in Salzburg. In this category, nine different countries are represented. Finland and USA did the best scores at the Mozart Cup 2017 short programs event.
One of the first international competitions of the season took place this weekend in Germany. The Berlin Cup featured Junior and Senior teams from across Europe and USA. Finland and the United States of America have each won 3 medals.
On Friday evening, 17 Juniors and Senior teams have warmed the German ice rink. The Cup of Berlin lived the ISU short programs. Skyliners from the USA and the Finnish Marigold IceUnity are for the moment atop of the competition.
British Synchro started this weekend at Wales and West Synchronised Skating Competition in Cardiff. With over 30 teams competing across 10 categories, this was the first opportunity for many to showcase this season’s routines. However, it was Nottingham’s teams that led the way, with every team winning a gold medal.
On Saturday, October 22nd, 11 teams from Switzerland, Great Britain, and France competed on the Charlemagne ice rink in Lyon, France. It was the first occasion for many of them to show their new programs.
Nottingham’s National Ice Centre hosted last weekend the British Synchronized Skating Championships. Almost 60 teams from around the UK competed on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th January 2016. The event was organized by the National Ice Skating Association (NISA).