Skate Canada announced changes to the event calendar a few days ago, starting from the 2022-2023 season. What does that mean for the sport? Interview with Dr. Shae Zukiwsky is a Senior Director, Performance Excellence at Skate Canada
Dominic Barthe and Simon Proulx Sénécal were two strong athletes skating in the Nova Senior team (Quebec, Canada). This synchro team reached the top in 2019. Having ended their synchro career, let's learn more about these charismatic skaters who have certainly marked the sport.
After the cancellation of the 2020 Congress, the International Skating Union organized lately an online vote for some motions. Here are the decisions that could affect synchronized skating.
Synchronized skating competitions' announcements are flourishing on social media. International events' organizers seem to be confident for the 2021-22 season.
Postponed last year because of the worldwide Covid situation, the international seminar for Novices took place in Dunkirk, France, a few days ago. Organized by the French Federation (FFSG) and validated by the ISU, it could be held every year.
Here is an overview of the current situation for synchro teams related to the Covid pandemic, country by country.
Which country can skate? With what restrictions? As summer is in full swing in many regions, we offer you a quick overview of the current situation (in two parts), country by country.
They play a crucial role in competitions. Let's learn why Technical Specialists are so important in the world of synchronized skating.