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Marigold IceUnity and Dream Edges are the winners of Second Finnish Qualifications

The second Qualifications for Finnish teams were held in Tampere this weekend. Marigold IceUnity won the Seniors’ competition and Dream Edges was the best Junior team. The second section of Novice teams also had their competition – Starlights took the first place.


Second Finnish Qualifications started on Saturday in Tampere

The second National Synchronized Skating Qualification in Finland started today in Tampere. After the short programs, Marigold IceUnity leads the Senior competition. In Juniors, Dream Edges took the first place and Team Dynamique is the winner of today´s Novice competition. 

Dr. Porter Competition: Anything but Classic (Part 1)

The classic Dr. Porter competition was anything but ordinary. Teams came with their game faces and a passion to make the podium. Teams made history by showing off their new programs for the season, and came with a fire that is not going to fade out anytime soon. Their flame is only growing and with this being many teams second competition of the season, it was a very impressive one.

DR. PORTER COMPETITION: ANYTHING BUT CLASSIC (PART 2)

The classic Dr. Porter competition was anything but ordinary. Teams came with their game faces and a passion to make the podium. Teams made history by showing off their new programs for the season, and came with a fire that is not going to fade out anytime soon. Their flame is only growing and with this being many teams second competition of the season, it was a very impressive one.


Team Australia announced as National Championships wrap up in Sydney

The Australian Figure Skating Championships were held last weekend on December 1st and 2nd at Macquarie Ice Rink in Sydney. 43 teams competed across 7 divisions, making this the largest nationals ever in Australia. 

First national competition for Italian teams who skated in Mentana

The first national synchronized skating competition took place on Sunday, December 2 in Mentana, a town in Rome located 29 km from the capital and home to the only skating rink in south-central Italy. The competition day was long and intense. 21 teams from different parts of the country skated. For many of them, it was the first time their program was presented.

Japan’s Tokyo and Saitama Teams Competed Head-on

The 26th Tokyo Synchronized Skating Open Competition took place on 2 December 2018 in Nishitokyo of western Tokyo metropolis.  This year a total of five teams from Tokyo Metropolis and Saitama Prefecture competed in Juvenile, Intermediate and Senior categories.

27 Russian teams skated in Novouralsk for the second national competition

Those last weekends were interesting in the synchro world. In Russia, the synchro teams lived a few days ago the second leg of the Russian Cup held in Novouralsk. 27 teams competed in 3 different categories: Novice B, Novice A, and Junior. This new stage was also a great opportunity to set new season scoring records.


Five nations win gold at Winter Cup

The second day of Winter Cup 2018 competition set the stage for Basic Novice, Pre Juvenile, Senior B, Juvenile, Junior ISU and Senior ISU teams to demonstrate their best to judges.

Winter Cup 2018 commences in Belgium

The first competition day of Winter Cup 2018 was already full of excitement for all people.  For many teams this was the first time their new programs being put to test and judges’ feedbacks were received.

A great season debut for many teams in Boston

The Boston Synchronized Skating Classic took place Friday and Saturday in the USA. Hosted by the Skating Club of Boston and Team Excel, the competition brought together many synchro teams coming mainly from the East of the country.

Italy: The season has started with the traditional Trento Cup

In the astonishing city of Trento, set in a glacial valley guarded by the peaks of The Brenta Dolomites, took place from 9 to 11 Nov 2018 the Trento Cup 2018 Synchro Interclub/international Competition for Senior, Junior, and Advanced Novice teams. This competition is very important because it allows teams belonging to the national categories to be able to take part in International ISU calendar competition.