Amélie ROSSÉ

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    Amélie ROSSÉ
    Co-director and editor in chief
    Switzerland

    27 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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5 Things to Know about the Canadian Championships This Weekend

Canada’s best synchro teams will compete in Waterloo for the 2019 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships this weekend. 

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Marigold IceUnity will participate this weekend at "Dancing on Ice"

The current World Champions flew early Friday morning to London. The team from Helsinki (FIN) will be part of the upcoming British TV show Dancing on Ice.

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Salzburg is interested in hosting 2022 Synchro Worlds

After Helsinki this year and Lake Placid in 2020, the Austrian city of Salzburg has expressed interest in hosting the Synchronized Skating World Championships in 2022. Carmen Kiefer, Head of the Organisation, revealed this information today, a few hours before the start of the Mozart Cup.

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EDITO: A year full of emotions

That's it! In just a few hours, we'll be in 2019. A new page opens for the world of synchronized skating. This year, we lived beautiful events and also a lot of emotions. Back on a busy year, season after season.