The 2021 Chinese Figure Skating Interclub League virtual competition attracted 34 synchro teams who submitted their videos for judgement.
After a long year without any events, the synchronized skating season was launched on Saturday night in Finland. A long-awaited and high-level kick-off!
The synchronized skating audience of Metro-Areena in Espoo, Finland, received a wonderful reward for their patience as six skilled teams presented their stunning short programs after a long break. This time, the best team was Team Paradise, from Russia, which opened this season’s winning scores with 75.39 points.
Kaisa Arrateig's team has been working very hard and is enjoying the start of the new season. This weekend, Helsinki Rockettes will skate their new short program "Femme Fatale" for the first time in front of an audience.
For the past few days, Dream Edges Senior has been concentrating especially on their short program. And for a good reason, this brand new Finnish team will make its debut this weekend at its first international competition.
With a slightly modified coaching staff, Marigold IceUnity has 23 skaters this season. The Senior Finnish team decided to keep its short program from last year to let everyone discover it.
"Bradley and Gaga ;)" for the free skate and a short program in French called "Merci". The Senior Team Unique from Helsinki, Finland, unveiled their programs' themes for the upcoming season.
21 skaters and 6 new ones. The Finnish senior team Lumineers can't wait to make its return to international competitions.
A few days before their trip to Finland, the head coach told us about her team, which is ready to face their rivals again.
The Advanced Novice team will compete for the first time this season on October 30 - 31, at this year's pre-event arranged by Kungsbacka KK, Team Together's home club.
Quebec synchro skaters must now prove that they are adequately vaccinated against Covid-19 to train and participate in some recreational activities. For the Nova junior team and Les Suprêmes, this new measure is well accepted.
Ice Skating Australia has announced that due to the current health restrictions limiting training opportunities and interstate travel in some states, the 2021 Australian Figure Skating Championships will be replaced by two online national competitions to determine which teams will be selected to represent Australia at the WJSSC and WSSC in 2022.