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.
In Japan, the new synchro season starts with new programs! Jingu Ice Messengers have unveiled their latest programs to all eager spectators!
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!
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.
The four Senior teams skating at the Winter Universiade this weekend in Russia presented their free program. The victory went to Team Unique, but their score was not enough to reverse the trend and qualify for the 2019 World Championship. Finally, Marigold IceUnity will skate as Team Finland 2.
Friday, March 8, was the first event of Synchronized skating competition in the Winter Universiade 2019, which are arranged in Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Four Senior teams are competing.
This past week, the 2019 Budapest Cup took place in the Hungarian capital. The Russian teams showed once again their skills and won gold in all divisions. This important event was one of the last competitions of the season before the World Championships.
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.