It took until the very last minutes to find out who would be crowned 2023 World Junior Champion! The free program competition fulfilled all its promises on Saturday night in Angers, France. We tell you everything!
The 2023 World Junior Championships have started in Angers, France. Twenty-three teams from nineteen nations skated their short program. Three countries are represented on the podium after the first day.
The World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships 2023 will be held this weekend in Angers, western France. Get ready for this great event by knowing better the participating teams.
The teams selected to represent Canada and the United States at the 2023 World Championships are known.
The Spring Cup ended on Sunday near Milan with a victory of the Canadian team Les Supremes Senior, the current world champions, and the Lexettes representing the USA.
The 2023 Spring Cup started on Saturday in Sesto San Giovanni, Italy. The two Canadian teams, Nexxice Junior and Les Suprêmes Senior, lead after the short programs.
On the second day of Mozart Cup 2023, teams in the Advanced Novice, Junior and Senior categories fought hard for the podium top. It was particularly tense for the top Junior and Senior teams who scored closely to each other after the Short Program.
Team USA has been solidified and features fifteen different teams across the Midwest and Eastern coast.
After a one-year hiatus because of COVID-19, USFSA hosted the Synchronized Skating National Championships in Colorado Springs, Colorado from March 3-6.
Team Crystal Ice Junior won the first stage of the Challenger Series in Poland on Friday night, exceeding 200 points! The competition has also started for the Seniors: Team Tatarstan is in the lead, followed by Crystal Ice Senior and Dream Edges from Finland.
Thursday evening in Poland, Crystal Ice from Russia finished first in the junior short programs competition. The Finnish team Valley Bay Synchro is, for the moment, 2nd and Teams Elite Junior (USA) 3rd.
This may sound crazy to some countries currently back in lockdown, but the first stage of the 2021-22 Challenger Series is well on its way to starting in Gdansk, Poland, Thursday. The American Lexettes team will be among the most serious competitors in the junior event. Interview!