Tara TAHIL

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    Tara TAHIL
    Correspondent
    United States

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    "Hi! My name is Tara Tahil and I will be competing my 13th year of synchro with Adrian College’s Varsity Synchronized Skating Teams! At Adrian, I’m studying Sports Management with a minor in Journalism. Before college, I skated with Skyliners, Synchroettes, Precisely Right, and Chesapeake Synchro. I am a 6 time US National Medalist and a US National Champion. Outside of skating, I enjoy sports photography, pilates, and eating ice cream. I am super excited to be a member of Jura Synchro!"


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "To me, synchronized skating means coming together to achieve a common goal in showcasing athleticism and artistry while establishing a strong bond within the team. "

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"Skaters from different teams link together to inspire the next generation"

Our correspondent in the United States Tara Tahil participated a few days ago in the synchronized skating camp organized by One Team MVMT in North Carolina. She shares her experience in a commentary.

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One of my teammates held my hand and said: “Have the time of your life.”

A few days ago, team Adrian College Varsity from the USA, competed at the French Cup in Rouen. This has been Tara Tahil, a skater in this team, first international competition ever. She shares with us her experience. 

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The First US Competition Is in The Books

This past weekend kicked off the North American season in Colmar, Pennsylvania, at the Philadelphia Synchronized Skating Invitational. The arena was filled with a mixture of excitement, anticipation, and nerves for what each team had prepared to bring to the ice. 

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What To Expect From The First US Competition

On Saturday, October 27th, the first US competition kicks off outside the historic city of Philadelphia at the Hatfield Ice Arena hosted by Philadelphia Symmetry. This weekend will include a Judges Critique and is approved as an International Selection Pool competition for junior and senior teams. It’s a busy weekend for the skaters as many of them skate an official practice, competition, and a critique!