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From inauguration to end-of-the-season hockey games, these are the annual traditions of ISU Senior teams

In this article, we discuss skating traditions from the welcoming of new team members to annual team hangouts and competition superstitions. We asked for skaters input and got answers from 15 different ISU Senior teams from Montreal to Milan.

Canada and Finland Dominate Early At 2023 Synchro Worlds

Twenty-three teams from numerous country make their way to Lake Placid, New York to Skate at Synchro Worlds. This year, the scores ranged by over sixty points, making the competition fun to watch as a viewer!

Synchro always so appreciated in Sweden

This weekend, the national synchronized skating championships took place in Kungälv, Sweden. For two days, the best teams in the country competed for medals. According to the federation, the event was "a crowd-pleaser with packed stands".

A tight competition, especially among Juniors

The third stage of the Challenger Series, the Leon Lurje Trophy, started on Friday in Sweden. The Finnish teams are at the top of the ranking, followed by Canada and the United States.

Senior Worlds: here are the participating teams (2/2)

The 2022 World Championships are about to begin in Hamilton, Canada. Twenty-three senior teams from 19 different countries will present their programs this weekend. Get to know these teams before you see them on the ice (Part 2).

Team Inspire (SWE): "We want to show the world who we are"

In a few hours, the whole world will discover Team Inspire, the new Swedish team created after the success of Team Surprise, which skated until 2018. Interview with this young Senior team that will participate in its first world championships this weekend.

A great battle in the Junior division

The Swedish national championships were held this weekend in front of a large crowd.

Teams Together, Fantazy, Seaside and Inspire claim gold

After a long pandemic break, Sweden's best synchro teams competed again last weekend at the first qualifying event in Borås. The new national senior team Team Inspire made its competition debut.

The season starts in Sweden with a new senior team

The Swedish Figure Skating Association invited all Swedish teams in Seniors, Juniors and Advanced Novice to present their programs in Kungsbacka, Sweden, on Friday and Saturday.