A crucial weekend in the United States and Finland!
Which teams will you support this weekend? (Credits: Kirsi Laine Photography - 2020)
You shouldn't miss a thing. The United States of America and Finland are hosting their national championships this weekend. Those competitions may be essential for the synchro teams who are trying to qualify for the ISU Senior World Championships in a month.
Discover the interview of the senior team Miami University who will take part this weekend in one of the most important competitions of the season:
Interview with the most famous senior team in the United States, who answered Jura Synchro's questions a few weeks ago:
Beautiful show also in Finland!
The competition is even more important for the seniors who will play this weekend in the last stage of their qualifications for the Worlds in Lake Placid. Indeed, the champions crowned Sunday in Finland will become "Team Finland 1". The second team selected will be the one who will have earned the best average of scores during the season.
Marigold IceUnity, vice-world champions 2019 and silver medalist at the last national championships, explain the qualification system in Finland and tell us about their programs:
Have a great weekend everyone!
Results - TOP 3
Finnish National Championships 2020
FEB 29, 2020 - MAR 01, 2020
|2||Team Dynamique (FIN)||84.43|
|1||Helsinki Rockettes (FIN)||228.96|
|2||Team Unique (FIN)||226.32|
|3||Marigold IceUnity (FIN)||220.78|
|1||Team Fintastic (FIN)||198.65|
|2||Dream Edges (FIN)||197.38|
|2||Teams Elite (USA)||184.08|
|1||University of Michigan SST (USA)||106.49|
|2||Adrian College Varsity (USA)||97.35|
|3||Miami University (USA)||92.81|
|1||Ice Mates (USA)||72.55|
|2||Capital Ice Chips (USA)||67.84|
|3||Teams Elite (USA)||65.01|
|1||Teams Elite (USA)||88.12|
|2||Skyliners Blue (USA)||81.70|
|3||Star Mates (USA)||77.96|