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 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships take place this weekend in Innsbruck, Austria, Friday and Saturday. 23 teams representing 18 countries have been entered.
The ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships 2022 are around the corner! They will take place on Friday and Saturday in the famous alpine city of Innsbruck, Austria. A total of 23 teams representing 18 countries will participate. Get to know them better!
Jura Synchro invites you to follow the second day of the French Cup, program by program. Seven junior teams competed on Saturday afternoon in Rouen, France.
After a year of absence because of Covid, the French Cup is back. It is a first in Europe: the teams can finally perform in front of an audience. Before the free programs, here are the actual top 3 teams in each category!
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.
After the cancellation of the Santa Claus Cup 2021 in Brno, Czech Republic, three coaches teamed up to find a new idea for their teams. Instead of giving up, Angelique Visser, Mireille Mostaert and Agnes Filipowicz let their creativity run wild by creating a simulation competition.
Thirteen years after the Amber Dance team, Poland will be represented by a new Senior ISU team starting next season.
The second day of competition at the 2020 World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships in Nottingham (GBR) saw Team Fintastic from Finland skate an excellent free program and take gold in front of the two Russian teams, Junost and Crystal Ice.