Last week, the Italian competition season officially came to an end. In this final event, a total of nine teams competed in three different divisions.
After months of uncertainty due to the pandemic outbreak, the Italian federation has finally allowed the return to regular competitions.
The first national synchronized skating competition took place on Sunday, December 2 in Mentana, a town in Rome located 29 km from the capital and home to the only skating rink in south-central Italy. The competition day was long and intense. 21 teams from different parts of the country skated. For many of them, it was the first time their program was presented.