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Amélie DE TOMI

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    Amélie DE TOMI
    Journalist | Editor

    121 Articles


    "I fell in love with synchronized skating at 10 when I saw a synchro competition. It completely fascinated me, and I wanted to do the same! I skated on several teams in Switzerland and have had the chance to collect some beautiful memories. Besides that, I got a Bachelor's and then a Master's degree in Journalism and Communication at the University of Neuchâtel and Geneva. After working several years in journalism and video production, I'm now Head of Digital for a news organization, and I'm proud to be the Editor in Chief of JuraSynchro."

    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchro has allowed me to grow, persevere, learn, travel, and create lifelong friendships. Thanks to this sport, I meet great people worldwide who share the same passion. By creating Jura Synchro, we want to help this wonderful sport to develop as well."

Last news by Amélie DE TOMI


A synchro team shoots a video clip with an international artist

With more than 200,000 views, the video clip of Coeur de Pirate, an internationally known artist from Quebec, was shot with synchro skaters from the Nova team in Canada. We take you behind the scenes!


He has participated in all World Synchro Championships

Coach for many years in Italy, Andrea Gilardi has not missed any ISU World Synchronized Skating Championship organized since 2000. Here are his memories.


This summer on Jura Synchro, we want to hear from you!

Sunny days are back in many countries, and synchronized skating is in-between seasons. Tell us your good stories, anecdotes, or what happened to your team!


Two familiar faces that will no longer be seen on the ice next season

It's decided; we won't see them skating with Team Unique anymore. Tuuli Mäkinen and Jenni Lehtonen, who skated for many years with the famous Finnish team, have decided to stop their career. Time to take stock.