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Sabrina SNOAD

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    Sabrina SNOAD
    New Zealand

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    "I started Skating when I was 8 years old and joined synchro soon after, at my home club in Auckland, NZ. In 2016 I joined the senior team Nova based in Brisbane, Australia, while finishing high school I flew backwards and forwards between Brisbane and Auckland to skate. I have been lucky enough to compete at the Mozart Cup, French Cup and Leon Lurje Trophy as an Australian representative with Nova. I am also a level 1 accredited coach, which has allowed me to be heavily involved with the team Black Ice in Auckland and coach Aussie Skate in Brisbane."

    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchro means working with your second family to create a performance that is as enjoyable and meaningful to the audience as it is to skate in. It builds character, develops friendships and teaches invaluable life lessons."

Last news by Sabrina SNOAD

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For some synchro teams, this season will be a rushed one

In New Zealand, all government restrictions have been lifted, which allows teams to return to training. But there is only three months until the national championships...

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Last rehearsal for the Australian teams before the Nationals

Different synchro clubs meet in their last competitions before Nationals. Several events took place recently in Australia, as in Queensland State.

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New Zealand National Championships Come to a Close

Six teams across four divisions competed for the National Titles. The competition took place this weekend in Gore, in the South of New Zealand.

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New Zealand prepares for the Nationals

The New Zealand national championships are this coming weekend, with a tight synchro competition awaiting. Learn more about this event.