With 37 teams participating over the weekend, the Neuchâtel Trophy started on Friday in Switzerland. The beautiful sun shining on the lake shore was in perfect harmony with the atmosphere in the ice rink. Here is a short recap of what happened during the junior short programs!
No club, no rink, no skaters. That’s what Alana Christie faced back in 2017 when she started the Northernettes teams in the USA. The young and talented coach devoted endless passion and hard work into her dream of redeveloping high level synchronized skating in the Minneapolis area.
OneTeamMVMT and Jura Synchro are working in partnership to highlight people in the synchro world who have unique stories to share in a new series called "Faces of Synchro". We are talking skaters, coaches, volunteers, officials, extraordinary parents... people who have unique stories to share that will inspire you. For this first episode, let's go to the USA with Jennie Mao!
Ava Privratsky is synchro skater on the Northernettes Junior Team. She's from the State of Minnesota in the United States of America and is fifteen years old. Her talent? Drawing!
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.
Hosted by the skating club of Boston and Team Excel, the 2019 Boston Synchronized Skating Classic took place this weekend in Marlborough, MA. The event gathered teams from Canada and the U.S.A.