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They plan to organize the event again in the fall

For its first edition, the 2021 Nacka Synchro Skate gathered 47 teams from six different countries. This virtual competition launched this season could be reorganized once again this fall.


This club is growing again and again

Not all Finnish teams are located in the Helsinki area. More than 400 km away (250 miles), in the city of Vasaa, synchronized skating is also developing.

More than 40 teams and 800 skaters expected next year

The Canadian National Synchronized Skating Championships organized by Skate Canada are heading back to Calgary, Alta., next year. The Championships will take place from February 24-27, 2022, at WinSport’s Markin MacPhail Centre.

The team Paradise completed its competitive season with a victory

The final stage of the Russian Cup and the Russian Novice Nationals that took place in Syzran from March 18-20 was super exciting. The confident leadership of the team Paradise in Seniors, the Team Idel's victory in Juniors, and the emotions during the Russian Novice Nationals made this event's success.


Covid-19: France launches choreographic challenges

Create fun within the French synchro family and keep the link with the teams during the pandemic. These are the goals of this new project called "Synchro Choreographic Challenge 2021".

A new Senior ISU team is preparing for the next Worlds

Thirteen years after the Amber Dance team, Poland will be represented by a new Senior ISU team starting next season.

A good opportunity for the Swiss teams

Ten Swiss teams presented on Sunday their programs live at the Localnet Arena in Burgdorf, without spectators and with masks for some of them.

Ana Cecilia Cantu: "We started our synchro team by ourselves"

Coaching figure skating in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, Ana Cecilia Cantu Felix built the first Mexican synchronized skating team.


Finland: Changes in coaching staffs for the Senior ISU teams

Maikki Merilehto is no longer the coach of the Senior team Lumineers. The Finnish coach talks about her experience and future plans.

Synchro: Give us back our sport [EDITORIAL]

We all miss synchronized skating. Here is the editorial by Amélie De Tomi, editor-in-chief of Jura Synchro.

8 Helpful Tips To Know Before Skating Abroad

Covid-19 has allowed us to take time for ourselves and refocus on our goals. For some, it certainly gave them the opportunity to dream bigger and the urge to dare the impossible. If your (new) dream is to go skating for a team that isn't in your country, here are some key points to help you and to succeed in your integration!

¡Vamos! Team Mexico is back!

The first time the world met Team Merging Edge was in 2013 during the World Synchronized Skating Championships in the USA.