Technical requirements for the upcoming season
Team Harmony Novice - SWE. (Credits: Ice Galaxy - 2020)
Online training and development, an updated scale of values and an invitation to ISU members... The International Skating Union (ISU) has released several updates and communications in the last few days about synchronized skating.
This new module includes different sections covering what’s new in synchro elements, features and additional features, explains the ISU. "The information will assist teams and coaches as they plan element content for the Well Balanced Program."
All categories will have the same Well Balance Program (WBP) next season
The ISU also added that due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the ISU Communication 2236 regarding Well Balanced Programs as well as ISU Communication 2238 regarding the Novice category (entries, deductions, technical requirements, etc) will remain valid for the 2020/21 season. All categories will keep their WBP for the 2020/21 season for both the Short Program and Free Skating.
Do you know, for example, what "SySp" means? Or "pi"? This summer break or the coronavirus lockdown could be a great opportunity to learn all about the technical elements of synchronized skating.
Applications welcomed until August 31, 2020
In their new Communication 2319, the ISU gives all information and already fixed the dates of the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships (March 10-11, 2023) and of the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships (April 7-8, 2023).
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