Bronze medallist last year, Team Paradise from Saint-Petersburg, Russia, will be one of the strong contenders at the 2019 World Championships in Finland. Two times World Champion (in 2016 and 2017), the team will try to get the gold this year.
The countdown has begun as the World Senior Synchronized Skating Championships will be held in Helsinki in just two weeks. It is, therefore, the ideal time to hear from the teams involved for this most awaited event. Let's start today with Nova (CAN)!
The tension was palpable this Saturday at the Littoral ice rink in Neuchâtel, Switzerland, where the Junior ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships were held. A few points separated the teams after the short programs, so everything still had to be written. The Junior skaters knew it, it was necessary to present a faultless program in order to be able to preserve its rank obtained the day before.
The city of Neuchâtel hosted nice skating in Neuchâtel on Friday afternoon. 23 teams from Russia, Canada, the United States, all of Europe but also Australia skated their short program on this first day of competition.
The ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships will be held in Neuchatel (SUI) this Friday and Saturday. 23 teams representing 18 countries will be competing. While some have become unavoidable in the synchro world, others will deserve our full attention. Overview of the competitors.
The ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships took place in Stockholm, Sweden, last weekend. If everything seemed to be done after the short programs, Saturday's competition brought a lot of surprises. Let’s have a look back on this long awaited competition which will remain one of the most exciting of the season.
Finnish Marigold IceUnity defeats reigning two-time champion Russian Team Paradise and secures top spot of the podium on Saturday evening in the Ericsson Globe of Stockholm. Swedish Team Surprise returns to podium with a silver medal and Russian Team Paradise gets the bronze medal. Read more to know what has happened in Sweden.
On the second competition day of World Junior Championship, the 21 teams continued their race with their all-out effort. The first 4 teams from Short Program kept their positions while middle-tier teams’ positions have shifted much.
These 2017 World Championships in Colorado Springs (USA) will remain in memory by many fans, coaches and skaters. The full stadium, the smell of the candies and the popcorns, but also the sometimes controversial podium and the ever higher performances of the teams will mark this competition. Edito.
Canada will host the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships in 2017. The eagerly awaited event will take place from March 10-12, 2017 at the Hershey Centre in Mississauga, a city located near Toronto (Ontario). Twenty-five of the top junior synchronized skating teams from 20 countries will compete for the world title.