Here we go... Less than a week before the start of the ISU World Senior Synchronized Skating Championships in Finland. Today we learn more from the Helsinki Rockettes that will host at home teams from around the world.
Today, you learn more about the Skyliners team that will represent the United States in Helsinki in a week (also with the Haydenettes team). Emily Kirillov takes us behind the scenes of her team!
The season is not over yet for young Russian skaters. From the 30 to the 31 of March, the 2019 Moscow Cup for Novice categories took place in the Russian capital. 15 teams from all over the country have performed their free program in the Ice Palace “Dream”. Let’s take a look at this competition!
They are also preparing for the most-awaited competition of the season… The skaters of Team Vizyon from Ankara, Turkey, will participate in the 2019 World Championships in a few days in Helsinki. Zeynep Aydin, head coach, answers our questions!
It remains less than two weeks before the Senior World Championships in Helsinki, Finland. The current World Champions, Marigold IceUnity, practices in this city. How are they preparing? We asked the team captain, Camilla Sundgren.
The most successful U.S. synchronized skating team, the national champion Team Haydenettes did a special kind of interview. It’s a quick-response word game. We gave them two words, and they had to choose one of them quickly.
Bronze medallist last year, Team Paradise from Saint-Petersburg, Russia, will be one of the strong contenders at the 2019 World Championships in Finland. Two times World Champion (in 2016 and 2017), the team will try to get the gold this year.
The countdown has begun as the World Senior Synchronized Skating Championships will be held in Helsinki in just two weeks. It is, therefore, the ideal time to hear from the teams involved for this most awaited event. Let's start today with Nova (CAN)!
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.