Covid or not, some synchro skaters have listened to their hearts and pursued their dream. In this third and final part, synchro skaters share their fears as this new adventure approaches.
Covid or not, some synchro skaters have listened to their hearts and pursued their dream. In this second part, the skaters tell how the tryouts unfolded and speak about their expectations in their host country.
Covid or not, some synchro skaters have listened to their hearts and pursued their dream. Discover the first part of this series of articles devoted to these athletes who have not been slowed down by the pandemic... on the contrary!
A new club fully dedicated to synchronized skating has just been created at the start of 2021 in Iceland. Will we soon see this new country at international competitions?
Even if the Trophy d'Ecosse has unfortunately been cancelled this year due to Covid-19, it will still be possible for synchro skaters to party. This Saturday, the traditionnal Ceilidh evening takes place... virtually!
Find out today 5 good reasons why synchronized skating will get even stronger after the Covid-19 pandemic.
While Finland had started the skating season almost normally, the country finally decided to cancel competitions due to the pandemic. Skaters under the age of 20 may, however, return on the ice.
"Skating synchro with team Sunrise – 1 was the best decision in my life". So began our conversation with Polina Vlasova, who has been skating in the Russian team for three years.