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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.


After their trip to Finland, these Canadian skaters are ready for new challenges

They were the only team to cross the Atlantic Ocean to compete last weekend. Gold Ice Junior from Ontario, Canada, also took advantage of the trip to Finland to train a few days before the competition. What did they do? And how did they experience the trip as a team? Interview with the head coach, Andrea Nesbitt.

Marie Lundmark Trophy: some changes at the top of the ranking

Spectacular comebacks, creativity and bad surprises... There was a bit of everything. Ten international teams competed on Sunday at the Marie Lundmark Trophy in Finland. Summary of the free programs!

Fierce and high-level competitions have started!

The third stage of the Challenger Series began on Saturday in a huge and beautiful ice rink. 17 teams skated at the Marie Lundmark Trophy, in Turku, Finland.


A last minute team for this weekend's Challenger Series

After Poland and the Netherlands, the third stage of the Challenger Series of synchronized skating will start on Saturday in the big Gatorade Center in Turku.

Their "flair for the theatrical" programs make those teams a must watch

A few days ago, we introduced you to the Gold Ice teams. This organization is based in Ontario, Canada, and the teams are coached by three energetic young ladies. Today, they tell us more about their teams and their wishes for the future.

"Being able to skate for the pure joy of skating has ignited a fire in us"

Gold Ice has a long history of producing championship synchronized skating teams. Representing Skate Canada Brampton-Chinguacousy, all skaters come from all across the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario, Canada, and are trained by three young and talented coaches.

Andrea Nesbitt: "If we can get through this season, we can conquer any obstacle"

Andrea Nesbitt lives in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, and she coaches teams out of Brampton, which is in the Greater Toronto area. When she answered our questions, she was enjoying getting back into a more normal fall routine. It is definitely a strange season with lots of unknowns.


Les Suprêmes and Nexxice, Canadian Champions 2020!

The wild west is the place of legends: cowboys and sheriffs come to mind, but of course we are talking about the legends that emerged from day 2 of the 2020 Canadian Synchronized Skating Championships that take place this weekend in Calgary.

Ontario Regionals: One Step Closer to Calgary

The 2020 Ontario Regional championships took place at the Markham Centennial Community Centre from February 7th-9th. 89 teams from Windsor to Ottawa competed over the 3 day period, with teams in Novice, Intermediate, Open, Junior and Senior vying for a trip to the 2020 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships in Calgary, Alberta in just over 2 weeks.

The best junior teams blew up the scores

Almost 200 points! This is the score obtained by Team Fintastic at the Zagreb Snowflakes Trophy this weekend. The Finnish team won the Junior competition hands down. The Skyliners (USA) took the gold in the Senior division.

The synchro magic kicks in Croatia

Skyliners (USA) and Team Fintastic from Finland topped the Senior's and Junior's Short Program at the Zagreb Snowflakes Trophy on Friday in Croatia.