• Correspondent | United States

    Danielle Anderson

    I've been skating for almost 11 years, 9 of those years I skated on synchro teams. Most of my success was with Team del Sol from San Diego, California. I skated on their Intermediate, Novice, and Senior teams. Most recently, I spent the last two seasons skating for their newly formed Senior team, under the expertise of our head coach, Karen Wiesmeier. Just last season, we were sent to our first international assignment under Team USA where we won the gold medal in the Trophy D'Ecosse Competition in Dumfries, Scotland. In the meantime, I enjoy soaking up the California sunshine by spending time at the beach and eating as much Mexican food as I can get. I currently study at San Diego State University where I'm pursuing a degree in Marketing. 

    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    I am honored to inform people that synchronized skating is my sport. Synchro, has taught me the important life lessons of teamwork, dedication, commitment, and leadership. Without this sport, I would not be the person I am today.  —  Danielle Anderson

News by Danielle Anderson

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    Porter Recap: Senior Division

    Over the past weekend, 179 teams came from all over the United States to compete at the 21st annual Dr. Richard Porter Synchronized Classic in Ann Arbor, Michigan at the Ice Cube. Year after year, Porter ranks in as the biggest non-qualifying competition of the season. Ann Arbor’s quaint college town charm welcomes teams near and far to one of the most exciting events in American synchronized skating.