After the Canadian National Championships this weekend in Calgary, Skate Canada named the teams that will represent the country at the ISU World Championships 2020. Les Suprêmes, the 2020 senior Canadian champions, and silver medallists Nexxice from Ontario. Seventh at the last Worlds in Helsinki, Nova Senior will have to stay home this season.
The second interclub-level qualification competition was held in Helsinki, Finland from February 8 to 9. On Sunday, teams in Adult, Basic Novice, Beginner, Juvenile, ISU Master and Junior B categories competed.
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.
The first day of competition at the 2020 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships in Calgary was an exciting one at best. On Friday, the event saw Canada’s best Novice, Junior and Senior teams take to the ice, vying for national titles. Les Suprêmes Seniors and Nexxice Junior are currently skated in the lead in the Short Program.
An important weekend is about to begin in Calgary, Canada. The national championships will not only award new titles, but also select the two teams that will represent Canada at the Lake Placid Senior World championships in early April.
The 26th Japan National Synchronized Skating Championship was held on 8 to 9 February 2020 in Hitachinaka city of Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. Additionally, the 2020 Japan Synchronized Skating Open Competition was also held under same roof.
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!
Teams from around the world competed on Saturday at the Palasesto rink in the Milan region of Italy for the Spring Cup 2020. Team Junost (RUS) dominated this 4th stage of the Synchronized Skating Challenger Series.
The 4th and last stage of the Synchronized Skating Challenger Series will be held this weekend in Italy! With 15 Junior and 23 Senior teams announced this weekend, the Spring Cup will be a really important competition and teams will try to collect a maximum of points. A few hours before the start of the event, we take stock of the situation with Philippe Maitrot, the Chair of the ISU Technical Committee!