The 2019 Biasca Trophy took place on Saturday at the Pista di Ghiaccio in Biasca, Switzerland. This year, several teams from Italy and also Germany also made appearances. Five divisions competed: Basic Novice, Juvenile, Advanced Novice, Mixed Age and Senior B.
This weekend was held the traditional SwissCup in Widnau, Canton St. Gallen. 33 teams from all over Switzerland, but also from Germany and Italy were competing over the two days. On Saturday, the Adult, Juvenile and Mixed Age categories opened the competition.
In Switzerland, the first competition of the season took place on Saturday, February 2 in Huttwil, in the canton of Bern. 24 teams participated in this event.
The last Swiss competition was held on Sunday 18 March 2018 in Biasca (TI). The 19 teams in the running (including 5 from Italy) did not disappoint the public and the judges by presenting great programs.
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!
Synchro season comes to end for a lot of teams. Some finished their season in Biasca, in the Italian part of Switzerland. Biasca Trophy gathered this year almost 30 teams from Switzerland but also Italy, Czech Republic, and Germany. Let's have a look at this competition.
Switzerland lived this Saturday his first competition in Zuchwil (canton of Solothurn). Twenty-two teams from the whole country present their work and their new programs for the first time. Junior ISU, Advanced Novice, Basic Novice, Mixed Age, Senior non ISU, and Adults were represented.