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Amélie DE TOMI

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    Amélie DE TOMI
    Founder | Journalist | Editor
    Switzerland

    58 Articles

       

    "I fell in love with synchro at the age of 10 during a competition in my country. So I skated several teams in Switzerland and I never stopped since. Beside that, I got a Bachelor's degree in letters and a Master's degree in Journalism and Communication at the University of Neuchâtel and Geneva and I now work in journalism and video production. Today, I like to put my skates and tap on my keyboard to convey my passion."


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchro helped me to grow, to persevere, to learn, to travel. Above all, thanks to this sport, I’ve met wonderful people who were sharing the same passion… By creating Jura Synchro, we wanted to help this wonderful sport to develop too."

Last news by Amélie DE TOMI

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Finland makes the whole world dream [EDITORIAL]

Taking advantage of a "stable" COVID situation, Finland resumed last weekend its synchro season. After eight months of waiting, what a pleasure to finally live again synchronized competitions! With masks and fewer spectators in the arena, back coming and competing at a price.

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Hugo Chouinard, the music magician

Six screens, audio tracks everywhere and music that is constantly playing... Welcome to the world of Hugo Chouinard, the sound designer who creates the arrangements for all the biggest synchronized skating teams. Today, we’re discovering HIS world!

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Five events scheduled and a second junior team

The synchronized skating competition calendar in Switzerland has been published a few days ago. How this country located in the heart of Europe is preparing the upcoming season? Let's have a look!

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Virtual tryouts and trainings, the new reality of many synchro teams

In these difficult times, many synchro teams around the world are waiting to be back on the ice by continuing their virtual workouts. Some teams had to select new skaters for next season without seeing them on the ice. Reactions.