This weekend, the national synchronized skating championships took place in Kungälv, Sweden. For two days, the best teams in the country competed for medals. According to the federation, the event was "a crowd-pleaser with packed stands".
In the most important competition of the Finnish synchronized skating season, Team Unique succeeded on Sunday. With their positive program “The Unbearable Lightness of Being”, they secured the gold medal and qualified Team Finland 1 in the Senior World Championships in Lake Placid next April.
The Finnish National Championships in synchronized skating is in progress in Helsinki this weekend. After a very exciting short program competition, Helsinki Rockettes is leading the competition with 77.87 points. Dream Edges Junior was the best in their division.
The 2023 Japan Synchronized Skating Open Competition got more exciting on the second day as six Intermediate, two Juvenile, and five Open Age teams join Junior and Senior teams on the ice.
The teams selected to represent Canada and the United States at the 2023 World Championships are known.
The Spring Cup ended on Sunday near Milan with a victory of the Canadian team Les Supremes Senior, the current world champions, and the Lexettes representing the USA.
The Japanese national competition kicks off on 18 February 2023 in Nagano city of central Japan. On the first day of the competition we saw Jingu Ice Messengers Junior and Senior teams performing their Short Programs.
The 2023 Spring Cup started on Saturday in Sesto San Giovanni, Italy. The two Canadian teams, Nexxice Junior and Les Suprêmes Senior, lead after the short programs.
Team Seaside and Team Spirit have been selected to represent Sweden in the 2023 Junior World Championships in Angers, France, on 10-11 March.
German teams competed at the national championships this weekend in Neuss, in the west of the country. Several international teams also made the trip.
At the end of the second day of competition, the Hevelius Cup ended with a sweeping victory for Finland's Marigold IceUnity and a Canadian trio on the junior podium.
Finland has qualified the two teams that will represent it in March in Angers, France, at the World Junior Championships.