• Correspondent | Finland

    Julius Ollikainen

    I discovered synchronized skating when the world championships were taken place in Helsinki in 2011. After that, thanks to my two skating sisters, I have had an opportunity to go to competitions around Finland. Nowadays I’m a big fan and have been working amongst social media in a local skating club for a few years.

    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    It is art and sport at the same time and that is the main reason why I love it. —  Julius Ollikainen

News by Julius Ollikainen

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    Dream Edges is the winner of the Finnish junior qualifications

    Representing the city of Kaarina, Dream Edges is the 2018 winner of junior qualifications and will be "Team Finland 1" this season. The results are historical as for the first time a non-Helsinki team will represent Finland at the World Junior Championships. Dream Edges earned a total of 108.63 points in free skating. Their total score (170.48) is the new season’s best. Team Fintastic is second.