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.
One of the first international competitions of the season took place this weekend in Germany. The Berlin Cup featured Junior and Senior teams from across Europe and USA. Finland and the United States of America have each won 3 medals.
On Friday evening, 17 Juniors and Senior teams have warmed the German ice rink. The Cup of Berlin lived the ISU short programs. Skyliners from the USA and the Finnish Marigold IceUnity are for the moment atop of the competition.
The city of Marlborough, near Boston, hosted fifteen synchro teams this weekend from the USA but also from Canada and Finland. The victory went to Team Unique (FIN), Lexettes, Star Mates, Ice Mates and Mini Mates (USA).
The most expecting competition for Juniors took place this weekend (11-12 March 2016) in Zagreb, Croatia. Twenty teams from the whole world were skating for a medal at the 2016 ISU World Junior Challenge Cup. Canada won the gold, Finland took the second place and Russia earned the bronze medal.
Only a few days before the ISU Junior World Challenge Cup 2016 in Zagreb, Croatia. The top world's teams will take the chance to compete in this most important junior competition. The event is set for March 11-12. While some countries organize now their national championships, other teams are already qualified.
What an intense weekend in France! French Cup took place in Rouen on 5th and 6th Feb 2016. 7 Novice Advanced, 11 Junior teams, and 12 Senior presented their programs. They were representing Finland, Russia, USA, Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Turkey and France.
Many synchronized skating teams kick off their international season this weekend at Leon Lurje Trophy 2016 in Gothenburg, Sweden. 9 advanced novice teams, 8 junior teams and 7 senior teams from Finland, Sweden, USA, Japan, and Latvia competed for medals.