Amélie ROSSÉ

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    Amélie ROSSÉ
    Co-director and editor in chief
    Switzerland

    34 Articles

    "I fell in love with synchro at the age of 10 during a competition in my country. So I skated several teams in Switzerland and I never stopped since. Beside that, I got a Bachelor's degree in letters and a Master's degree in Journalism and Communication at the University of Neuchâtel and Geneva and I now work in journalism and video production. Today, I like to put my skates and tap on my keyboard to convey my passion."


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchro helped me to grow, to persevere, to learn, to travel. Above all, thanks to this sport, I’ve met wonderful people who were sharing the same passion… By creating Jura Synchro, we wanted to help this wonderful sport to develop too."

Last news by Amélie ROSSÉ

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Ida Hellström (FIN) is the new synchronized skating representative

Representing Finland, Ida Hellström was elected last weekend by the athletes competing at the World Synchronized Skating Championships 2019 in Helsinki. Elected to the ISU Athletes Commission... who is Ida? Here is her interview!

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Team Ice Pearl: "Seven of our skaters are coming from Speed Skating and Short Track!"

They opened the competition on Friday and will skate again first in free programs on Saturday... Learn more about the new Chinese team: Team Ice Pearl

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Worlds 2019: "We have sold a total of 14000 tickets so it is a full house!"

The excitement will be intense this weekend in Helsinki, Finland. The city hosts the Senior World synchronized skating Championships. In total, 24 teams from around the world will compete on Friday and Saturday in a crowded stadium. While several teams are already on site, we just take a few minutes to speak with the Organizing Committee.

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Team Paradise (RUS): "After Stockholm, we made some changes in the team"

Bronze medallist last year, Team Paradise from Saint-Petersburg, Russia, will be one of the strong contenders at the 2019 World Championships in Finland. Two times World Champion (in 2016 and 2017), the team will try to get the gold this year.