Céline JORAY

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    Céline JORAY
    Correspondent
    Switzerland

    5 Articles

    "I started synchronized skating at the age of 6 and I have never been able to stop since this moment. I had the chance to skate with Team Dancers of Switzerland during one season but my studies to get my Bachelor's degree in tourism now takes me too much time to skate at high level. However I continue to practise this wonderful sport once a week with the Team Ice Phoenix in Delémont, Switzerland. Moreover, I like to travel a lot, whether it be to see competitions or simply to discover new cultures."


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchronized skating brings a lot: friendships, discipline, endurance, strength, team spirit. It is a real school of life!"

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Rebecca and Nadine, those Swiss skaters abroad

They have skated for many years in Switzerland but will represent another nation on the ice at the World Championships in Stockholm this weekend. Zoom in on Rebecca who skates since this season with the Zoulous (FRA) and Nadine who will skate her 2nd Worlds with the Canadian Nexxice team!

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Biasca Trophy 2018: the last Swiss competition of the season

The last Swiss competition was held on Sunday 18 March 2018 in Biasca (TI). The 19 teams in the running (including 5 from Italy) did not disappoint the public and the judges by presenting great programs. 

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A festive weekend at the 2018 Swiss Cup

The 30th edition of the Swiss Cup took place in Widnau, in the canton of St. Gallen (SUI) last weekend. 29 teams, all categories combined, took part in this competition.

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Tissot Neuchâtel Trophy 2018 ended in Switzerland

On Sunday evening, the participating teams celebrated on the ice of Neuchâtel in Switzerland. The competition ended with magnificent performances presented by teams of international level. In juniors and seniors, gold remained in Finnish hands. Summary of this second day of competition!