National Championships in Japan

On March 4-5, the 23rd Japan Synchronized Skating Campionships took place in Otsu, Shiga. Open, Junior and Senior teams skated at this event. 

«A unique atmosphere filled with good performances»

The 2017 French Cup took place the first weekend in February at the L’île Lacroix arena in Rouen, France. The French Cup is known for two main reasons: it offers fierce competition from some of the world’s top teams… and it’s a major party! A wonderful way for teams from all around the world and crowds of fans to spend a weekend dancing, spectating, and competing at the Advanced Novice, Junior, and Senior levels.

Ten countries, three medalists at the 2017 French Cup

Like a Saturday night fever. 13 Senior teams took part in the 2017 French Cup Free Event. For the competitors, the goal was to improved their rankings. Russia and Finland dominated the competition.

Team Paradise finished 1st after the short

French Cup 2017: Thirteen Senior teams skated their free program on Friday evening. The Russian Team Paradise did the best score with a total of 72.68 points. Two teams from Finland complete this provisional podium.

Edito: Ten Senior teams which left their mark on 2016

So many important events, big emotions, happiness but also tears sometimes. Let’s have a look back these last months with ten Senior teams which did the actuality this year.

Wishes from all over the world

In this festive season, synchro skaters are spending some time with their family and take this opportunity to relax and recover before the international competitions. Before going to holidays, teams sent great pictures to the community.

Russia, Finland & USA : World Champions 2016 !

The World Synchronized Skating Champions 2016 are known ! Team Paradise (Russia 1) took the gold medal for the 1st time in history. Rockettes (Finland 2) won the silver medal, and the American Haydenettes (USA 1) create a surprise with their punchy free program. They finished with the bronze medal.

Four countries are fighting for medals

World Synchronized Skating Championships 2016 started on Friday in Budapest. 26 teams presented their short program in the Syma Hall Arena. Russia 1 finished ahead, follow by Finland, USA and then Canada. Have a look at this long-awaited competition.

These teams who participate in WSSC 2016 -part 1/2-

Only a few days left before the World Synchronized Skating Championships 2016 in Budapest (WSSC 2016). This event will take place from 7 to 9 April in the Hungarian capital. This year 26 teams will participate and show their programs. Who are they ?

In order to best prepare this competition, you might want to know the participating teams better.