Created in April, Team Ice Tigers is a new synchronized skating team composed of 18 skaters. They come from Gyeonggido, Incheon, South Korea.
It has been a week since the California Cup 2019 in Irvine, CA, took on the west side of the American coast. Let's talk about this first historic edition of the Synchronized Skating Challenger Series with the president of the organizing committee Russ Scott from the Glacier Falls FSC.
With the start of the competitions, many synchro teams around the world have published the first photos of the new season. Those five teams have caught our attention.
Beaches, sun and summer temperature... The California Cup warmed synchro skaters last weekend, who were rather accustomed to the cold rinks. This first edition pleased many athletes who performed their programs and took advantage of the sun to recharge their batteries. Here are their reactions!
This past weekend Advanced Novice, Junior, and Senior Italian teams confronted themselves in Trento Cup. It was an international Synchronized and Single skating competition valid to acquire the minimum technical element score (TES) and be able later to join other international competitions.
There was a packed auditorium at the first British synchronised skating competition of the season at Alexandra Palace in London. Thirty eight teams from across the country readied themselves for competition, adorning themselves in beautiful costumes with bling galore. This year is the first time the competition has been held at the historic venue of Alexandra Palace which was turned into a synchro haven for the day with team banners decorating the rink, and also played host to a brand new category.
The 27th Tokyo Synchronized Skating Open Competition took place on 9 November 2019 in Nishitokyo, a city located in the western portion of Tokyo, Japan. This year, 5 teams competed in the Juvenile, Junior and Senior categories.
On the sidelines of the California Cup, another major event took place this weekend in Irvine, CA. The Synchronized Fall Classic 2019 brought together more than thirty teams in seven different categories.
Representing Finland at the first stage of the synchronized skating Challenger Series, Helsinki Rockettes took the gold title in California on Saturday evening. The Finnish team scored 211.57 after both programs.
The results are in for the California Cup which was an exciting start to the ISU Challenger Series. The energy in the crowd was ecstatic throughout the entire event. The gold medals went to Team Mystique and Helsinki Rockettes, both from Finland.