Gearing up for the upcoming synchro season
Sunrise 1 from Russia competing at Leon Lurje in 2019. (Credits: Mihail Lefler)
The end of summer is approaching, and with it, the new synchronized skating season. What will our synchro season look like? Several competitions have recently been added to the calendar.
In recent weeks, several international competitions have been giving details to participating teams and their staff. The communications are helpful as summer is coming to an end which means that they can more easily prepare for the coming winter.
Therefore it's not easy for teams to plan and have clear ideas about the coming season. Will they be able to travel? If so, what will be the sanitary conditions for the athletes, and what will the competitions look like?
Whilst waiting to see our favourite teams compete live on the ice (yes, that will happen), note the following additions to the agenda:
- the Boston Classic (USA)
- the ISU international competition for adults in Oberstdorf in Germany
- Skate London in the UK
- the Cup of Dresden (which will be held in late February 2022).
Full events calendar