NEWS

Marie-France Sirois (CAN): "Work. Passion. Pleasure."

Marie-France Sirois is a certified Level 3 coach in Canada. She was a synchronized skater for nearly 30 years and she has trained at all levels from beginners to seniors and even adults. She has been working with the Nova teams since its creation in 2005. Follow this meeting.


Saddle up… it’s Canadian Nationals!

This past weekend welcomed over 40 of Canada’s top synchronized skating teams to Calgary, Alberta for the 2017 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating championships. The competition was full of western pride as teams wore their cowboy hats and danced to country music with pride.

More than 2’000 skaters in Sherbrooke!

The Quebec Regional Championships (CAN) is the most-awaited event of the season. Let’s come back to this event.

The St-Hubert Invitational: a day packed with red dresses

The first competition in Quebec, Canada took place last Saturday. This competition has been filled with surprises from morning to night.


Canada is swinging with two major competitions

Ontario was the Canadian’s capital this weekend. The ISU Synchronized Skating Junior World Challenge Cup and 2016 Winterfest took place in Mississauga. Two important events for synchro teams in Canada. Let’s understand why!