Polly ANDERSON

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    Polly ANDERSON
    Correspondent
    Finland

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    "Hi, my name is Polly and I’m a former member of Team Unique. I’ve skated my whole life and after I quit my own career I started coaching young synchro skaters. I study at the University of Helsinki to become a class teacher. I think writing for Jura Synchro is a great way to keep myself and the world updated with synchro news about our beautiful sport."


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchro skating means going through ups and downs with people who share the same passion and love for the sport as you."

Last news by Polly ANDERSON

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Finland has finally qualified two teams during Nationals

After an exciting weekend full of drama, the Finnish champions are finally settled. Dream Edges won the Junior division and Marigold Ice Unity is the champion in the Senior category. Together with MIU, Team Unique will represent Finland at the World Championships in April even if Helsinki Rockettes are 2018 national vice-champions.

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Dream Edges and Marigold, winners of the first qualifications

It has been an exciting two days in Turku, Finland this weekend. The winners of the Finnish first qualifications in the Junior and the Senior categories are now settled after the free program competition. Dream Edges is the gold medalist in the Junior category and Marigold Ice Unity brought the victory home in the Senior category.

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New programs, new teams in the Finlandia Trophy 2017

On Saturday, the annual figure skating competition Finlandia Trophy took place in Espoo, Finland. Six teams from three countries participated in the competition with their short programs. This year Rockettes won the competition, Team Paradise came second and Marigold Ice unity came third just behind.

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Six synchro teams head to Espoo for the 2017 Finlandia Trophy

The highlight in international figure skating in Finland is getting closer, namely Finlandia Trophy! This is the 6th year synchronized skating teams are participating in the competition that will take place on October 7th in Espoo-Metro Arena. Six teams from three different countries will fight for the gold medal with their short programs.