The season ended on Saturday afternoon in Basel, northern Switzerland, for the Mixed Age teams. The International Mixed Age Trophy gathered 17 teams from all over Europe. The victory went to Team Infinity from Sweden.
As always at the beginning of March, the Swiss teams competed at the Swiss Cup in Widnau. This event also counted as national championships for the ISU teams.
In part 1, the magic of the Mixed Age category focused on the thoughts and wishes of 15 European Mixed Age teams. They talked about who they are, what makes them special, and why they are so important for synchronized skating in general. In this article, the teams discuss the advantages and difficulties, competitions organized exclusively for Mixed Age, and their future perspectives.
Too old, too young, or not enough skaters? Mixed Age covers you. No age limit and a lot of diversity within and between teams make this category the most unique of them all. But how does this affect what is otherwise so normal in other categories? Fifteen European Mixed Age teams talk about who they are, what makes them special, and why they are so important for synchronized skating in general.
Nearly 30 synchro teams competed on Saturday and Sunday in Widnau, eastern Switzerland, at the Swiss Cup 2020. For the only two ISU junior and senior teams this was the last occasion to present their program for the last time before the ISU World Championships.
23 teams from all over Switzerland took part in the very first Swiss competition of the year, which took place this weekend in Huttwil, in the canton of Bern.
The 2019 Biasca Trophy took place on Saturday at the Pista di Ghiaccio in Biasca, Switzerland. This year, several teams from Italy and also Germany also made appearances. Five divisions competed: Basic Novice, Juvenile, Advanced Novice, Mixed Age and Senior B.