The 27th Tokyo Synchronized Skating Open Competition took place on 9 November 2019 in Nishitokyo, a city located in the western portion of Tokyo, Japan. This year, 5 teams competed in the Juvenile, Junior and Senior categories.
On the sidelines of the California Cup, another major event took place this weekend in Irvine, CA. The Synchronized Fall Classic 2019 brought together more than thirty teams in seven different categories.
Representing Finland at the first stage of the synchronized skating Challenger Series, Helsinki Rockettes took the gold title in California on Saturday evening. The Finnish team scored 211.57 after both programs.
The results are in for the California Cup which was an exciting start to the ISU Challenger Series. The energy in the crowd was ecstatic throughout the entire event. The gold medals went to Team Mystique and Helsinki Rockettes, both from Finland.
The first ISU Challenger Series competition, California Cup, is taking place in Irvine, California, USA. Teams from the United States, Canada, Finland, and Australia are a part of the inaugural event.
A few hours before skating at their first competition of the season in California, Les Suprêmes Senior from Canada reveal the themes of their new programs exclusively on Jura Synchro.
The Neuchâtel Trophy competition, which was to be held from February 6 to 8, 2020 in Switzerland, is cancelled. The organizers announced the news yesterday evening to the participating teams.
Foam rollers, which come in a variety of densities and sizes, have become very popular in the world of synchronized skating. Does this new technique to treat soft tissues really have an effect on skaters' muscles? When should it be used? Are there risks?
Synchro teams from the Bradford Synchronised Skating Academy have been shortlisted in the "Team of the Year" category for the Women in Sport North Awards. Those skaters come from the West and North Yorkshire region, in England.
In just two days, the 2019 California Cup will open in Irvine, USA. This competition that counts as a Challenger Series’s stage will host many top teams from around the world. Haydenettes' team captains Sarah and Cameron talk about this event.
Three synchro teams from Germany and Belgium competed last weekend in Berlin at the Grosser Berliner Bär 2019. This competition was the first opportunity for teams to present their new programs.
By winning the first qualifications in Finland, the Senior Team Unique racked up a first season best score last weekend in Helsinki. A few hours after their victory, the captains gave their impressions to Jura Synchro.