The first day of the Dr. Richard Porter Synchronized Skating Classic, the last U.S. competition of the year, kicked off on Friday evening. The competition started with the junior and senior short events at the Ann Arbor Ice Cube in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
On the sidelines of the California Cup, another major event took place this weekend in Irvine, CA. The Synchronized Fall Classic 2019 brought together more than thirty teams in seven different categories.
Thursday and Friday kicked off one the most heated National Championships of the United States yet. Teams came in ready to fight and teams pushed it to their peak and the scores and skates were stunning and breathtaking. Limits were pushed and scores were pushed even higher.
Friday and Saturday, the 2019 Zagreb Snowflakes Trophy took place in Croatia. 31 teams from Europe and the USA competed in six different divisions.
The classic Dr. Porter competition was anything but ordinary. Teams came with their game faces and a passion to make the podium. Teams made history by showing off their new programs for the season, and came with a fire that is not going to fade out anytime soon. Their flame is only growing and with this being many teams second competition of the season, it was a very impressive one.
Training in Oxford, OH, Miami University Varsity already competed at two different competitions in the US. Since the beginning of the season, this Senior team continues to show marked improvement. Learn more about their programs!
After a great start to 2018 with different international competitions held in Switzerland, Austria, and Sweden... France is the next destination for 23 teams coming from 8 different countries.
Synchro fans all over the world had their eyes riveted on Sweden hosting this weekend. Almost 40 Debutants, Novices, Juniors and Seniors teams competed in the Frölundaborg Arena in a great atmosphere.
The Senior teams performed their free skate Saturday evening at the Cup of Berlin. Skyliners took easily the gold title, Team Berlin 1 finished with a wonderful silver medal and Miami University placed 3rd. Read now this wrap-up!
This past weekend, the 22nd Annual of the Dr. Porter Classic Synchronized Skating competition took place this weekend. For many skaters, Porter is their favorite competition and one they look forward to the whole year. Porter is also looked at as a mini nationals where teams not only from the Midwest are there, but the East and Pacific coast teams.
This past weekend was a season debut for both Miami University and Adrian College. Both teams performed their short and free-skate program this past Saturday, November 2nd. The 11th Annual Diamond Classic Synchronized Skating Competition took place in Mentor, Ohio