Saturday's competition in Salzburg was breathtaking! Until the last second, nobody knew who was going to win the Senior competition. The revelation came from Canada with the new incredible team Nova who did a perfect performance and even beat the 2018 World Champions Marigold IceUnity. Here is the story of an amazing evening in Austria.
In a highly competitive senior category, there’s no room for mistakes when you’re wearing an outfit like Team Unique’s (FIN). On Friday night, they showed the competition who’s really ‘wearing the pants’ in Eisarena Salzburg, earning the top spot in the short program with 84.30 points.
Reigning Canadian Champions Nexxice took the Senior’s Short Program at Winterfest on Friday in Brampton, ON (CAN). Nexxice stands also in first place in the Junior division after the first competition day.
On February 24, 2018, NEXXICE Senior captured their 11th Canadian title, securing their ticket with Les Suprêmes to the 2018 World Synchronized Skating Championships.
On Sunday evening, the participating teams celebrated on the ice of Neuchâtel in Switzerland. The competition ended with magnificent performances presented by teams of international level. In juniors and seniors, gold remained in Finnish hands. Summary of this second day of competition!
On Saturday, January 20th, 18 synchro teams skated during this first day of the 2018 Tissot Neuchâtel Trophy, which officially launches the season of competitions in Switzerland.
This past weekend over 100 teams from all across Canada took the ice at Mississauga Hershey Centre, for Canada’s largest invitational synchronized skating competition- Winterfest. The height of the season for many teams, teams from juvenile to adult competed for titles over a three day period. Relive with us the first day of competition.
On January 6, 2018, Les Suprêmes called checkmate on the junior competition, securing their spot with NEXXICE on Team Canada.
Last Saturday, the 1st competition of the Quebec region in Canada took place in St-Hubert. This event welcomed 75 teams from across Quebec and Ontario.
Marie-France Sirois is a certified Level 3 coach in Canada. She was a synchronized skater for nearly 30 years and she has trained at all levels from beginners to seniors and even adults. She has been working with the Nova teams since its creation in 2005. Follow this meeting.