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Team Junost (Russia II) to grab World's Gold in Mississauga Canada
19 teams representing 14 ISU members competed in this Championships. The third edition of these ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships up till now, It used to be a biennal event, but will become annual from now on. Some very unfortunate falls in the program of team Russia I, colored the overall outcome a little, never the less... with a beautiful performance, Team Junost came in first, with some distance followed by Fintastic (Finland I) and on third, title defending Musketeers.
Lumière Cup 2017 First Synchro Competition in the Netherlands
This weekend the city of Eindhoven hosted the first and only International Synchronized Skating Competition in the Netherlands. Although not yet under auspices of the ISU they are surely well on their way of becoming an ISU competition. Organizing an event like this takes a lot of courage, discipline and stamina and of course money. For this first event Mrs. Ellie van Soest and her O.C. deserve a big compliment for the way things were organized. My guess... Everybody will be back next year :-)
No.1 at Mozart Cup MIU on a Winning streak
Marigold IceUnity is definitely on a winning streak. After Berlin Gold they skated with a total of 192.38 points to victorie at the Salzburg Mozart Cup as well. they seem to have their act together.
SynchroNice 2 to be published
A new SynchroNice magazine to be published in the middle of February.It's a fact, there will be a SynchroNice 2. As we speak, the final touches are made and a few more photo's have to be added, but its almost on its way to the publisher. We hope to distribute at the Spring Cup in Milan. Great photo's, interviews and stories of Coaches, officials and of course the athletes, you don't want to miss it.Subscribe for our Newsletter and stay tuned.
And the Winner is....?
They started this season just where they where they finished last season... At the top.Beautiful Paradise from Russia was the winner of this years competition in Espoo Finland;
Russia 1... Team Paradise the new World Synchronized Skating Champion
After a breathtaking Free program the Russian Team Paradise grabbed the gold medal, scoring a respectable 212.69 points. Team Rockettes from Finland gave their best, but had to settle for the Silver with 207,84 points. A Stunning free program by the Haydenettes from the USA put their total on 206.95 points, earning them a 3th place and the Bronze medal.More news from the WSSC 2016 in Budapest later.