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Two Finnish teams qualified for Junior Worlds

The Marie Lundmark Trophy took place on Saturday and Sunday in Helsinki, Finland. This top-level competition was the 5th and final leg of the Challenger Series and witnessed some incredible performances. The Helsinki Rockettes won the gold in Senior, Les Suprêmes were the best in the Junior division, and two Finnish junior teams to qualify for the Junior World Championships.


American teams shine and take gold in Poland

The 4th and penultimate leg of the Challenger Series took place this weekend in Gdansk, Poland, at the Hevelius Cup. Two US teams took the gold. Teams Elite won the competition in the Junior category, while the Haydenettes (USA) scored another victory in the Senior category.

Victory of Les Suprêmes at the 2024 Canadian National Championships

At the 2024 Canadian National Championships in Calgary, the senior team Les Suprêmes from Saint-Léonard, Quebec, captured the senior national title with a total score of 216.79 points, affirming their status as reigning world champions.

In Canada, the competition promises to be fierce this season: interview with Nova Senior

The Canadian National Championships take place this weekend in Calgary! A few hours before the competition, Nova Senior shares its exciting start to the season. The Quebec team narrowly edged out the reigning world champions by less than a point in Kingston, Ontario, at the end of last year.


Four countries on the French Cup podium

Canada, the United States, Finland and France were awarded a medal this weekend at the French Cup. Here is what happened!

The French Cup 2023 has started!

The 28th French Cup opened Friday in Rouen, France. Synchro teams from Europe and North America competed.

A tight competition, especially among Juniors

The third stage of the Challenger Series, the Leon Lurje Trophy, started on Friday in Sweden. The Finnish teams are at the top of the ranking, followed by Canada and the United States.

After three years, they are back on the international scene

Canadian vice-champions 2023, Nova Senior, is one of the headliners of the Leon Lurje Trophy, which takes place this weekend in Sweden.


Nexxice swept everything at Canadian Nationals

Burlington's teams won gold in both the Junior and Senior divisions, outscoring the defending world champions, Les Suprêmes, by over 8 points.

They are back... with medals!

After almost two years of not competing due to the pandemic, Canadian teams made their comeback in the competitive world. Look back at the junior and senior events at the Canadian National Championships in Calgary.

Two men in a high-level synchro team

Dominic Barthe and Simon Proulx Sénécal take a look at Nova Senior, for which they've skated. The two Quebecers come back on what made the success of this Canadian team.

These skaters brought out the best in their team

Dominic Barthe and Simon Proulx Sénécal were two strong athletes skating in the Nova Senior team (Quebec, Canada). This synchro team reached the top in 2019. Having ended their synchro career, let's learn more about these charismatic skaters who have certainly marked the sport.