29 French teams faced each other last weekend on the ice of Romorantin for the 1st round of the national championship.
Finnish teams kept dominating the fourth Hevelius Cup in Gdansk, Poland. On Sunday, the ISU categories Senior, Junior and Advanced Novices skated their free programs. Finland took eight medals of nine. In the Interclub competition, it was turn of Juvenile B, Basic Novices and Mixed Age to compete
The fourth Hevelius Cup is arranged on 18th -19th of January in Gdansk, Poland. There are three ISU and six Interclub categories participating this competition. On Saturday, Interclub teams of Junior B, Pre-Juvenile, Juvenile, and Adult categories took the ice. ISU Junior and ISU Senior teams performed their short programs.
The multiple-time German champions Team Berlin 1 started the new year by winning their 25th consecutive title and earned their spot for the 2020 World Championships in Lake Placid. 22 other Teams also fought for the top places at the German National Championship which was held in Berlin last weekend.
After two days of exciting competition, synchro teams competing in Pre-Novice, Open and Adults divisions performed their programs in the CAA Centre located in Brampton, Ontario. Amazing performances highlighted the Winterfest competition. Let’s have a look back.
Monday marked the culmination of the inaugural Britannia Cup in Nottingham, England where 75 teams competed across 13 categories during the three day competition. Incorporating the British Championship, the British teams were fighting to gain or reclaim national titles and there was a general buzz of excitement in the stadium during the entire competition.
Sunday, the Britannia Cup saw the conclusion of the ISU categories with the Junior and Senior Free Programme and Advanced Novice. It was an exciting event with some beautiful skating across the board.