The 2017 French Cup took place the first weekend in February at the L’île Lacroix arena in Rouen, France. The French Cup is known for two main reasons: it offers fierce competition from some of the world’s top teams… and it’s a major party! A wonderful way for teams from all around the world and crowds of fans to spend a weekend dancing, spectating, and competing at the Advanced Novice, Junior, and Senior levels.
Placed 1st and 3rd last weekend in Rouen, Team Paradise and Team Unique give their impressions after the international competition in France. The Russian team wants to maintain its leadership position and for the Finnish, the Nationals are fast approaching.
Like a Saturday night fever. 13 Senior teams took part in the 2017 French Cup Free Event. For the competitors, the goal was to improved their rankings. Russia and Finland dominated the competition.
On Friday afternoon, the famous French Cup competition started in Rouen, France. Novices Advanced skated their free program and Juniors competed with their short program.
French Cup: On Thursday, Feb 2, teams had the opportunity to practice on the official ice rink. Their goals were to finalize the last details before the start of the competition on Friday in Rouen.