Over the Easter weekend Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink hosted some of the top skaters and coaches in the world as part of OneTeamMVMT’s inaugural Australasia Camp, hosted as a joint project by Australia and New Zealand’s figure skating federations, and supported by the ISU Development Commission. World-class coaches and skaters from Finland, Canada, USA and Australia shared their experience and expertise with over 130 attendees from Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
The ISU recently announced that a Synchronized Skating Challenger Series will be held for the first time in history next season (2019-2020). But what is it exactly? We tell you everything!
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The weekend was rich in emotions and events. In recent days, we have followed your posts on social networks and we offer you this week five photos "special Helsinki" in connection with the Senior World Championships held on Friday and Saturday in this city!
They opened the competition on Friday and will skate again first in free programs on Saturday... Learn more about the new Chinese team: Team Ice Pearl
One year ago today, Hamish Lewis from Australia was packed and ready to depart for the 2018 World Junior Synchronised Figure Skating championships. A few days before the 2019 edition, here is his story.