The ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships took place in Stockholm, Sweden, last weekend. If everything seemed to be done after the short programs, Saturday's competition brought a lot of surprises. Let’s have a look back on this long awaited competition which will remain one of the most exciting of the season.
Finnish Marigold IceUnity defeats reigning two-time champion Russian Team Paradise and secures top spot of the podium on Saturday evening in the Ericsson Globe of Stockholm. Swedish Team Surprise returns to podium with a silver medal and Russian Team Paradise gets the bronze medal. Read more to know what has happened in Sweden.
Synchro fans all over the world had their eyes riveted on Sweden hosting this weekend. Almost 40 Debutants, Novices, Juniors and Seniors teams competed in the Frölundaborg Arena in a great atmosphere.
On Sunday evening, the participating teams celebrated on the ice of Neuchâtel in Switzerland. The competition ended with magnificent performances presented by teams of international level. In juniors and seniors, gold remained in Finnish hands. Summary of this second day of competition!
On Saturday, January 20th, 18 synchro teams skated during this first day of the 2018 Tissot Neuchâtel Trophy, which officially launches the season of competitions in Switzerland.
The 2018 Tissot Neuchâtel Trophy will take place this weekend in Switzerland. Scattered into four different categories, twenty-four teams from around the globe will compete. With strong competitors, the event will be thrilling.
Gold again for Paradise! The successful Russian took the lead once again in the free skate on Saturday. In Shanghai, Team Paradise did the best score and earned more than two hundred points. Marigold Ice Unity remained the silver medalist and Team Surprise took the bronze.
The senior world champion 2017 Team Paradise took the short program's competition in Shanghai Trophy Friday. The Finnish Marigold Ice Unity is provisionaly 2nd, 5.56 points behind. Les Suprêmes, representing Canada, have been rewarded with a 3rd position.
In swimwear for team bonding or already on the ice for camps and training, the best synchronized skating teams all over the world are already preparing for the 2017-2018 season. Overview in pictures.
The ISU is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year. Founded in 1892, the International Skating Union brings together all the disciplines of skating and is based in Lausanne, Switzerland. On the occasion of this jubilee, we return on the history of synchronized skating in eight points.