This past weekend welcomed over 40 of Canada’s top synchronized skating teams to Calgary, Alberta for the 2017 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating championships. The competition was full of western pride as teams wore their cowboy hats and danced to country music with pride.
Senior, Junior, and Advanced Novices... On Sunday, the participating teams presented their free program in front of the Swedish audience.
On Saturday January 14, 2017, NEXXICE Junior upset the reigning World Champions, taking their place as Team Canada 1 heading into the ISU Junior World Synchronized Skating Championships.
On January 13-15, 2017, 100+ teams from across Canada and the United States will compete at Winterfest — the largest synchronized skating competition in the nation.
The first competition in Quebec, Canada took place last Saturday. This competition has been filled with surprises from morning to night.
The city of Marlborough, near Boston, hosted fifteen synchro teams this weekend from the USA but also from Canada and Finland. The victory went to Team Unique (FIN), Lexettes, Star Mates, Ice Mates and Mini Mates (USA).
Today we offer you a travel to Canada. This trip will take you through five of the largest Canadian synchronized skating clubs and teams. These talented teams will definitely not be long in making a name for themselves these season in the international competitions. The Canadian adventure begins here!