As the first NSW competition of the season, the Sydney Synchronised Festival is an important event that helps teams gauge their developing programs against competition prior to the State and National Championships. It took place over the weekend of the 15th and 16th of September at Penrith Ice Palace in Sydney. While a majority of the participating teams are based in NSW, there were a number of interstate teams present, most notably Adelaide Ice Magic from South Australia and Infusion from Western Australia.
The Australian competitive season kicked off over the weekend with Sydney Synch Festival - the only major interstate competition outside of the National Championships. The competition is of great value to teams, not only because it is another performance opportunity, but also because it ends with short one-on-one feedback sessions between each team and the Tech Panel, then the Judges.
The Cup of Dresden is a newly initiated international synchronized skating competition for non-ISU categories. The event will be held on February 23, 2019 at the EnergieVerbund Arena in Dresden, Germany. Interview with the public relations manager, Claudia Gallwitz.
Adult teams were closely contested in Oberstdorf this weekend. Read more to learn what adult teams achieved in Germany.
After the World Championships, Adult synchro skaters will take centre stage for Adult Competition this May in Germany. Read more to learn more about the Competition and the participants.
A beautiful sun and warm weather, 15 teams on the ice and the crowd cheering for its country: this is the painting of an amazing day in Trento for the International Mixed Age Trophy.
The World Synchronized Skating Championships 2018 in Stockholm started with excitement and varying short programs of 25 participating teams from 20 countries. The Ericsson Globe Arena was full of spurring groups in the audience, especially from Finland.
Last weekend in Dmitrov, in the Moscow region, took place the 5th edition of the Novice Cup. The peculiarity of this competition is that only the Novice Base and Advanced teams can participate. This year's event brought together 20 teams from different parts of Russia.
It is the end of the season for a little more than 10 teams after the final round of the French national championships which took place last weekend in Caen.
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.