Remo DE TOMI

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    Remo DE TOMI
    Co-director and producer
    Switzerland

    14 Articles

    "Over the years, I have been working with synchronized skating teams, organizing, communicating and promoting this sport. After graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Computer sciences and working as a reporter in the media for several years, I specialized now in the world of video. Surrounded by several people, we found that it was important that synchronized skating has its own media and develops its community."


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchronized skating harmoniously blends art and physical performance. This sport deserves to be recognized at a much higher level. That's why we put all our energy to develop Jura Synchro."

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"Team spirit is a key to success"

She is probably one of the youngest coaches of an ISU senior team competing at the world championships in April. At 23, Eva Cekanauska welcomes us to her home in Riga, Latvia to talk about her passion and about the teams under her leadership: Amber and Amberlight.

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Andrea Gilardi: "I feel butterflies in my stomach"

Today we meet a prominent figure in Italian synchro who comes from Milan. Andrea Gilardi, 50, opens the doors of his team "Hot Shivers".

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"Some of the Skyliners skaters drive three or four hours to practice"

This week, Jura Synchro invites you to discover two athletes from Team USA. Jordan Alexander and Kelsey Bialo skate for the Skyliners Senior and have been in the synchro world for many years. In this video interview, they tell us about their team and their love for the sport. 

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"I started by raising awareness among coaches to create the first teams in France"

This week, we are opening a new page of the synchro history book. Today we go to Normandy, France to visit the country house of Edith Ballester. Edith was a trailblazer who shaped the origins of synchronized skating in France. She worked to import and develop the discipline in France from 1990 until her retirement in 2001. Let's discover the birth of synchronized skating among our French friends through the eyes of this passionate woman who blew out 82 candles on her birthday cake this year.