World championships come back to Europe two years in a row


The last World championships in Finland were held in Helsinki in 2019, just before the Covid crisis (Credits: Ice Galaxy - 2019)

After Helsinki in 2019, Finland has again been chosen to host the World Senior Synchronized Skating Championships.


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The Senior World Synchronized Skating Championships will return to Europe ifor two years in a row. The ISU has indeed announced that after Zagreb in 2024, this major competition will take place in Tampere, in the south of Finland.

This city is already familiar with synchronized skating since several teams train there, like the FireBlades or CrystalBlades.

Before that, the Senior Worlds will be held in Lake Placid in the United States in early April.