Amélie ROSSÉ

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    Amélie ROSSÉ
    Co-director and editor in chief
    Switzerland

    42 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 ROSSÉ

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Finlandia Trophy 2019: Check out the teams' reactions after the competition

Held in the Finnish city of Espoo, the Finlandia Trophy 2019 was the very first competition for the senior teams to show their new short programs. The new 2019/20 season started with a fierce battle to the top spots.

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Leena Laaksonen: "Try to bring something new to the sport to develop it"

Member of single and pair ISU Technical Committee, ISU judge, referee, and technical controller for synchronized skating, Leena Laaksonen from Finland knows synchro very well. She travels around the world to give seminars. We met her when she was in Switzerland, near the city of Bern.

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Synchro Challenger Series: "There will only be 4 stages this season"

Philippe Maitrot, Chair of the ISU Synchronized Skating Commission, reacts to the recent cancellation of the Asia Trophy 2019. The competition was the only Challenger Series event organized on the Asian continent. Interview.

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The 5 most read news stories of 2019

This summer, we will look back on the highlights of last season, discovering the five most-read articles for the beginning of 2019!