The 2024 Budapest Cup is the second of the 2023/24 season Challenger Series events, and it has been highly anticipated since many top teams gathered in Budapest since the last time it was held in 2019. Scores were close between some teams and winners were decided only by the end of the game. So what happened on the first day of the Cup?
At the 2024 Canadian National Championships in Calgary, the senior team Les Suprêmes from Saint-Léonard, Quebec, captured the senior national title with a total score of 216.79 points, affirming their status as reigning world champions.
The Canadian National Championships take place this weekend in Calgary! A few hours before the competition, Nova Senior shares its exciting start to the season. The Quebec team narrowly edged out the reigning world champions by less than a point in Kingston, Ontario, at the end of last year.
As the year 2024 kicks off, the world of synchronized skating holds its breath in anticipation of the upcoming Challenger Series. Junior and Senior ISU teams are poised to take to the ice for a season filled with excitement and fierce competition. We bring you an overview of the teams set to electrify the rinks in the early part of the year.
Synchro community was busy ten days ago with competitions in many parts of the world, such as Canada, France, and Finland. Japan is no exception. On 9 and 10 December 2023, Kyoto and Tokyo held skating competitions, respectively. Let’s find out who competed in these events and the results.
Finnish synchro audiences got to enjoy two full evenings of skating, cheerleading, and other entertainment when Synchro Tour’s new evening competition format took place at the Helsinki Ice Hall. The first, short program competition was on Wednesday, November 22nd, and the second, free program competition on Monday, November 27th. The competitions started at an unusual time, at 6 pm on a weekday, to create an interesting yet compact experience.
By less than a point, Team Unique won the 2nd Finnish national qualifier. It's a precious victory for the rest of the season. In the junior category, Valley Bay Synchro took the gold title.
This weekend it is time for the second qualification competition of ISU synchronized skating in Finland, Helsinki. On Saturday, the group 2 of Novice teams skated their free programs, Seniors and Juniors competed with their short programs. The competition in every division was extremely tight, only a few tenths separate the top teams from each other.
In this article, we discuss skating traditions from the welcoming of new team members to annual team hangouts and competition superstitions. We asked for skaters input and got answers from 15 different ISU Senior teams from Montreal to Milan.
As the 2024 international season starts to get underway, the 2023 Boston Synchro Classic this weekend was a pivotal competition for the U.S. Junior, Senior, and Elite 12 divisions. Based on the results of this competition, the USFS federation will determine Team USA assignments for the second half of the season. Skating under immense pressure, all three qualifying divisions competed for their shot at international selection.
Sunday was all about free programs. Team Valley Bay Synchro won the junior competition and Team Unique confirmed its narrow lead in a very tight 1st Finnish qualifying competition.