ISU Technical Handbook is out

The International Skating Union (ISU) launched the season by publishing 2019-2020 Technical Handbook for the panels. It's an opportunity to have a look at some technical elements that the fans will be able to see this season in the synchro programs.

Flexibility: Perfect your technique!

The famous physical coach Tiina Pesonen (FIN) teaches her training techniques so you can improve your flexibility at home or at the gym, alone or with your teammates.

"Skyliners", a team name to remember

Eighteen years ago, on September 11, 2001, two planes were flown into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City, in the United States of America. Nearly 3,000 people were killed. If everyone around the world remembers this tragic event, the Skyliners teams, based near New York City, chose to honor the victims through their team name.

Team Ice on Fire (ITA): "China will be a great experience"

The final countdown to the Shanghai Trophy has started. The competition will take place on October 3-5 in China. This will be the first synchronized skating international competition for the season 2019-2020. Representing Italy, Team Ice on Fire is ready to give the best.

Australia kicks off the competition season with Sydney Synch Festival

Macquarie Ice Rink hosted the first competition of the Australian synchro calendar, Sydney Synch Festival, on Saturday August 30th and Sunday September 1st, welcoming many new and returning teams across 9 different divisions.

Jura Synchro Awards: Five new awards delivered

Weekend is coming soon! To celebrate, we invite you to check out this new awards ceremony that highlights the best synchronized skating posts of recent days. Let's go!

Summer… time to relax and tackle new challenges

Let’s literally travel to Russia and see how National teams have spent their summer between intensive training and holidays!

Top 5 Favorite Synchro Photos of the Year

All year long, Jura Synchro photographers struggle to show you your favorite sport from the best angle. Emotions, framing, light, colors... Thanks to these volunteers who collaborate from around the world, synchronized skating shines with beautiful photos! Here are the pictures you've watched the most this year.

A new life for a few ice rinks

Built mainly in the 70s after the 1968 Olympic Winter Games in Grenoble, French ice rinks are now aging. Renovation costs are high. However, three new ice rinks bloom this year in France. The inaugurations of the ice rinks of Angers, Dunkerque and Louviers are scheduled for September. Two of them will house a synchronized skating club: Dunkerque Skating and Ice Skating Club Louviers.

Acrobatics and lifts tools to take you to the next level!

Get ready for the new synchro skating season with Jura Synchro. Discover how the famous Finnish coach Tiina Pesonen trains synchro skaters off-ice during the summer and learn to practice like the best synchro teams.

Jingu Ice Messengers Greet Spectators with New Programs

In Japan, the new synchro season starts with new programs! Jingu Ice Messengers have unveiled their latest programs to all eager spectators!

Glisse on Ice: they found the solution to skate and entertain everywhere

Have you ever imagined being able to skate out of a traditional ice rink? This is the idea of Glisse on Ice. With a portable synthetic ice surface, the award-winning company travels internationally to celebrate any type of event. We met the Glisse on Ice creator Chantal Fry, she tells us everything.