This weekend is the annual top moment of the synchro season in Finland. The Finnish National Championships will be held in Turku on Saturday and Sunday and there will be a tight struggle of in three categories: Senior, Junior and Advanced Novice. In the Senior division, it’ll be also is a play of high stakes: which team will represent Finland as a Team Finland 1 at the World Synchronized Skating Championships in Helsinki in April 12th-13th, 2019?
Canada’s best synchro teams will compete in Waterloo for the 2019 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships this weekend.
We walk on the red carpet just before the #JuraSynchroAwards ceremony begin. This week there is, for example, love, medals and a dance. If you also want to participate in the ceremony next week, do not forget to use the #JuraSynchroAwards when posting photos on social media.
A few days ago, team Adrian College Varsity from the USA, competed at the French Cup in Rouen. This has been Tara Tahil, a skater in this team, first international competition ever. She shares with us her experience.
Canadian Vice-Champions will present their new programs this weekend in Sweden. After winning gold in the Netherlands in December, the team will be back in Europe for a few days. In a context of climate change, this is an opportunity to look into the project of this team that campaigns for the protection of orcas. Interview with Laurie Désilets, captain of Les Suprêmes Senior.