Her face is known in the world of synchronized skating, but yet her story is often not known. Lisa Miadovnik is 31 years old and currently lives in Montreal, Quebec. After spending more than twenty years on the ice, she now devotes her life to encouraging the sport. It is from the comfort of her couch that she takes the time to answer our questions.
Italy's Hot Shivers made their debut among the World's best synchronized skating teams at the World Championships in Helsinki a few weeks ago. While synchro teams are already going back to training, we took the time to meet the Italian coach, Andrea Gilardi. He talks about his experience in Finland with his team.
2019 Canadian Champions and winners of the Mozart Cup in January, the skaters of the Nova Senior team took part in a special game! Check out this new video.
Over the Easter weekend Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink hosted some of the top skaters and coaches in the world as part of OneTeamMVMT’s inaugural Australasia Camp, hosted as a joint project by Australia and New Zealand’s figure skating federations, and supported by the ISU Development Commission. World-class coaches and skaters from Finland, Canada, USA and Australia shared their experience and expertise with over 130 attendees from Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
The ISU recently announced that a Synchronized Skating Challenger Series will be held for the first time in history next season (2019-2020). But what is it exactly? We tell you everything!
This is the end of the season and Jura Synchro invites you to rediscover the highlights of the season. This Monday, it is the turn of team Nexxice Junior, vice-champions of Canada, and 8th at the 2019 World Championships last month. Do you remember their performances?
Representing Finland, Ida Hellström was elected last weekend by the athletes competing at the World Synchronized Skating Championships 2019 in Helsinki. Elected to the ISU Athletes Commission... who is Ida? Here is her interview!