From Norway to Canada, but also in Finland, Great Britain, or in the USA... All over the world, synchro teams are ready to start a new competitive season. Discover here the week's five nominees!
As November and the first international competitions are close, many synchro teams around the world have now revealed their themes for the coming synchronized skating season. Discover our Junior ISU first wrap up!
In mid-October, we finally get into the topic. The synchro competitions gradually begin and will be then very intensive during the whole winter. Several top teams will also cross oceans to compete.
Each week, Jura Synchro's team selects the five most creative posts on social media. It means that each team worldwide can get noticed by the international synchro community by publishing nice content. For this new season, the concept stays the same.
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.
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.
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.
The list of referees, judges, technical controllers, technical Specialists, and data & replay operators has been published by the ISU for the season 2019/20.