The cancellation of the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships 2020 in Lake Placid because of the coronavirus pandemic brought disappointment in the synchro community. Some skaters are still hoping that the event could be postponed.
The second ever Steel City Trophy kicked off this weekend 7-9th March, in Sheffield, England, with teams from around the world, in a variety of categories, coming to compete at an Olympic sized rink on the last weekend before Junior Worlds. After a hugely successful inaugural competition last year, Steel City Trophy has evolved quickly, attracting a record 74 teams in this year’s ISU and Club International Competition.
An exciting weekend took place in Italy where the 4th and last stage of the Challenger Series was organized during the Spring Cup. The Finnish Team Unique confirmed their lead in the senior competition, Junost (RUS) won the junior event. Recap of this crazy day, team after team.
In a few hours, the first Challenger Series of synchronized skating will have its winner. Saturday evening, 23 Senior teams presented their short program in Milan. Recap of the competition before the free programs!
They can now prepare the suitcases! The Senior team Sweet Mozart won the National Championship in Austria this weekend and got their tickets for the Worlds in Lake Placid in April 2020. One Junior team and three Novices also competed in Klagenfurt, the capital city of the southern Austrian province of Carinthia.
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The Austrian national championships took place last weekend in Vienna. Sweet Mozart has been qualified for the Senior World Championships in Stockholm in April. Youngest teams also competed for a national title.
On ice or as a bondind team activity, many synchronized skating teams celebrated their own Halloween party on October 31st. Let's go for a trip around the world!
The ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships opened this Friday in Colorado Springs (USA) and the 24 participating teams presented their short programs on Friday evening. Team Paradise (RUS) is currently first, Marigold Ice Unity and Rockettes from Finland are respectively ranked second and third.
Eleven Senior teams took the challenge in Salzburg. In this category, nine different countries are represented. Finland and USA did the best scores at the Mozart Cup 2017 short programs event.