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Élodie ACHERON

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    Élodie ACHERON
    Correspondent
    Canada

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    "I’m French-Canadian (since 2015). I started skating when I was 5 years old and in 2010, I move to Montréal to skate with Les Suprêmes Senior. In 2015, I had to stop skating because of an injury. So now I’m coaching part-time and I would like to share my passion to the future generations. I’m also a synchro technical specialist In Québec. Besides, I’m working for Ubisoft, an international company that produces video games like Raving Rabbids. I like doing a lot of things, above all projects that motivate and passionate me. "


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchronized skating is like a big family, a unique sport that isn’t for the moment fully recognized."

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Peter Gerome, a French skater evolving in Canada

Peter just turned twenty-six years old. He grew up in a city near Paris (France) and moved to Canada two years ago. While studying biology and geology at the University La Sorbonne in Paris and then, ecology and environment in Montréal, Peter skated and evolved in a sport where males are a few. He just started his third season with Les Suprêmes.

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Jennie Mao (USA): "Skating on two teams gets hard and tiring sometimes"

OneTeamMVMT and Jura Synchro are working in partnership to highlight people in the synchro world who have unique stories to share in a new series called "Faces of Synchro". We are talking skaters, coaches, volunteers, officials, extraordinary parents... people who have unique stories to share that will inspire you. For this first episode, let's go to the USA with Jennie Mao!

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How to manage diversity on your synchro team?

In the last few months, we talked a lot about diversity in the world. One sure thing is that synchronized skating is diverse in all the senses.

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Busy period for Quebec teams in Canada

While the eyes of the whole world were turned to the French Cup, all the Quebec teams competed for the fourth consecutive year, in the city of Sherbrooke at the Quebec regional synchronized skating championships.