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AmadéCup in Austria entered the synchro world

The new little sister of the Mozart Cup was born. Last Sunday, the first edition of AmadéCup took place in the RedBull Arena in Salzburg. After cheering the ISU categories on Friday and Saturday, the non-ISU teams competed on Sunday. Splitting the categories is a new trend in the world of synchronized skating.


What happened in the 2019 German Championships this weekend?

Multiple-time German Champions Team Berlin 1 returned to competition in style this weekend, taking a strong lead at the 2019 National Championships in Berlin. Junior, Novice, Mixed Age, Adult, Juvenile and Basic Novice also battled for top spots. 

Mozart Cup 2017 ended with non-ISU categories

After three days of intense competitions, Mozart Cup 2017 concluded on Sunday with Juvenile, Adult and Mixed Age divisions. The event has been marked by the participation of 23 Mixed Age teams from eight different countries.

Adult teams in Oberstdorf, Germany

The 2016 ISU Adult Figure Skating Competition took place this weekend in Oberstdorf, Germany. Five teams from four different countries were engaged. But it’s difficult for skaters to compete in June because ice is often missing. Three teams speak about their experience.


Swiss Cup 2016

The city of Widnau lived his traditional Swiss Cup. On the shores of Lake Constance, 25 teams from Switzerland, Germany and Poland presented their programs. Take a look at this competition!

Be dazzled by NON-ISU categories in Salzburg

After 2 days of hard competition, Mozart Cup 2016 finished Sunday with the NON-ISU categories. More than 30 teams from Europa traveled to Salzburg, Austria. Teams competing in Mixed Age, Basic Novice, Juvenile, and Adult categories.