This past weekend Advanced Novice, Junior, and Senior Italian teams confronted themselves in Trento Cup. It was an international Synchronized and Single skating competition valid to acquire the minimum technical element score (TES) and be able later to join other international competitions.
There was a packed auditorium at the first British synchronised skating competition of the season at Alexandra Palace in London. Thirty eight teams from across the country readied themselves for competition, adorning themselves in beautiful costumes with bling galore. This year is the first time the competition has been held at the historic venue of Alexandra Palace which was turned into a synchro haven for the day with team banners decorating the rink, and also played host to a brand new category.
The 27th Tokyo Synchronized Skating Open Competition took place on 9 November 2019 in Nishitokyo, a city located in the western portion of Tokyo, Japan. This year, 5 teams competed in the Juvenile, Junior and Senior categories.
On the sidelines of the California Cup, another major event took place this weekend in Irvine, CA. The Synchronized Fall Classic 2019 brought together more than thirty teams in seven different categories.
Three synchro teams from Germany and Belgium competed last weekend in Berlin at the Grosser Berliner Bär 2019. This competition was the first opportunity for teams to present their new programs.
There was no doubt of the winners in Seniors on Sunday, when Team Unique got 139.94 points from their free program and earned total scores 216.69. In the Junior category, Team Fintastic also kept the leading position and won the competition with 182.39 points. For the Novices division (second segment), Team Dynamique got the gold medal with 73.88.
From the 2nd to the 3rd of November, the 1st Stage of the Russian Cup took place in Moscow. It was the first serious competition of the season for Russian skaters. So, the synchro community across the country was super excited to start.
The first National Synchronized Skating Qualification in Finland started today in Espoo. After the short programs on Saturday, Team Unique leads the Senior competition. In Juniors, Team Fintastic took the first place and Finettes is the winner of today´s Novice competition.
Competition season 2019-2020 is about to start in Russia. On 2-3 November, the First Stage of the Russian Cup will take place in Moscow. Teams are ready with both programs and they all are looking forward to presenting them. Today we are going to explain how does the competition season work in Russia.
Hosted by Wissahickon Skating Club, the Philadelphia Synchronized Skating Invitational 2019 took place last weekend in Sewell, New Jersey. More than 20 synchro teams started their competitive season.
Neuchâtel Trophy 2020 will take place from 6 to 8 February in Switzerland. In order to let more time to the teams, the preliminary entries' deadline has been prolonged until 3 November 2019. All categories ISU, but also non-ISU, are concerned.