Sarah OULAHNA 

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    Sarah OULAHNA 
    Journalist
    Sweden

    4 Articles

    "I’m a 26-year-old French girl and I’m skating now for the second year in the Swedish Team Surprise. I started synchro when I was 16 with the Black Diam’s Junior in Compiègne, France. After I completed my Bachelor’s degree, I decided to quit France to earn experience in Sweden. I join the Team Boomerang and I skated there for 5 seasons. At the same time, I studied languages and journalism at the university. I’m now graduated and I’m working as a journalist and freelance translator. "


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "At a time when my skating passion started to weaken, synchronized skating gave me the chance to explore other sensations, to learn new technical stuff and of course, I fell in love with this discipline. "

Last news by Sarah OULAHNA 

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Team Spirit and Team Nova to represent Sweden at Junior Worlds

The second Swedish qualifiers took place this past Saturday and Sunday in Stockholm. Five junior teams were competing for the chance to represent Sweden at the Junior World Championships in Zagreb, Croatia in March. 

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Team Surprise Stars in Sonja Henie biopic

Team Surprise is off to an unusual and exciting start this season, to say the least. The Swedish team has just spent the past two weeks in Romania rehearsing and shooting scenes of Queen of Ice, a Sonja Henie biopic, alongside Finnish skater Kiira Korpi.

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Team Convivium and Team Surprise, 2017 Swedish national champions

Just like Finland, Canada and the United States, Sweden organized its national championships this weekend. It was an exceptional championship with no less than 18 teams and nearly 400 skaters who met in Borås on February 25 and 26. Rising figures that reflect a good development of the discipline in the country.

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Spirit and Convivium selected to represent Sweden at the Junior Worlds

The second national qualifications took place last weekend in Mölndal, Sweden. It was an important competition the Juniors Swedish teams who could qualify for the next Worlds in Canada.