Senior team Team Surprise (SWE) holds the record for gold medals at Worlds, despite retiring from the world stage almost five years ago.
The final stage of the Russian Cup 2022 took place in Syzran on March 12-13. The competitions were very spectacular and brought many surprises!
The Neuchâtel Trophy got off to a strong start on Friday evening in the presence of spectators. Here's what happened in senior division!
Synchronized skating fans were probably not expecting such a competition. And yet, for two days, synchronized skating thrilled the Russian public in Yoshkar-Ola. The Russian national championships determined also the two teams that will skate at the Worlds this spring!
The second day of the Lumière Cup - 2nd stage of the Challenger Series - took place on Saturday in the Netherlands.
Although the Netherlands are in lockdown, the 5th Lumière Cup started on Friday in Eindhoven. A relief for the organizers who are setting up for the first time a Challenger Series competition.
The last two weeks turned out to be super eventful for the Russian synchronized skating world. After the 2nd stage of the Russian Cup at the end of November, teams met again at the 3rd one last weekend. Five high-level senior teams competed in Togliatti, which made the competition really absorbing.
The synchronized skating audience of Metro-Areena in Espoo, Finland, received a wonderful reward for their patience as six skilled teams presented their stunning short programs after a long break. This time, the best team was Team Paradise, from Russia, which opened this season’s winning scores with 75.39 points.
A few days before their trip to Finland, the head coach told us about her team, which is ready to face their rivals again.
The final stage of the Russian Cup and the Russian Novice Nationals that took place in Syzran from March 18-20 was super exciting. The confident leadership of the team Paradise in Seniors, the Team Idel's victory in Juniors, and the emotions during the Russian Novice Nationals made this event's success.