Elisa PARINI

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    Elisa PARINI
    Correspondent
    Italy

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    "Hi, I'm Elisa and I've been a single skater discontinuously for many years. In 2013, I discovered synchronized skating and I initially thought that it was really strange seeing 16 people skating together! The next year at my home rink I was asked to try this discipline and so my synchro career began… Firstly I was really scared by having other people attached to me (my first wheel? I shouted like a damsel in distress!! XD), but then I've come to understand the passion and the hard work needed to create a synchro program and now I love the sport very much. Within my team I found a second family and I'm happy whenever I can go and skate with them! In the future I hope to be able to pass on the passion by becoming a coach."


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Different souls combining together to create one big heart. "

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Spring Cup: gold flies to Russia and Sweden!

After the short programs on Saturday, the junior and senior teams presented their free program on Sunday. By the Juniors, Idel of Russia maintained their first place and the top 3 has not changed. In the senior category, Team Surprise won the gold title.

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Italy: 1st Interregional competition

Last Sunday, the first interregional synchronized skating competition took place in Chiavenna (SO), Italy. 22 teams from all over the country participated in this event. 

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Ladybirds Junior in Neuchâtel, “ready to stay”

Meet Ladybirds Junior, an Italian team training in Agorà ice rink in Milan. Winner of the first national competition held in Mentana (Rome) and silver medallist at the Italian National Championships, this team is now preparing to enter their its international competition: the 2018 Tissot Neuchatel Trophy which will take place on Saturday and Sunday in Switzerland.

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The most difficult in synchro? The balance between the technical part and the quality!

Discover now the interview of Andrea Gilardi, head coach of the Hot Shivers teams. This Italian synchro expert looks back at the last national championships where his teams took the gold medals.