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Top 10 best synchro interviews of the past season

From Simoeemil Nurmela (FIN) and Hugo Chouinard (CAN) to Angelina Shapovalova (RUS) and Nadine Banholzer (SUI), here are the best interviews of the season 2019/2020.


Building a strong team from the very first minute of the season

On March 13th, Spain declared a national state of alarm due to the rising cases of Covid-19. The state of alarm lasted over three months, keeping people confined to their homes and skaters unable to step on the ice and practice the sport they love.

She found a new way to coach her synchro team during the summer

At 27 years old, Maja is certainly one of the few coaches who chose to continue to practise blocks, intersections, and circles... without going to the ice rink. Her team has swapped the blades for rollers during the summer, and even plans to participate in inline competitions soon.

Resumption of Skating in Canada

On March 13, 2020, the rinks closed due to Covid-19 in Canada, in order to limit the spread of the virus and thus protect the health of its inhabitants. What about the situation 5 months later?


What are the 5 most popular videos of the season?

You watched them over and over again during the season to appreciate their incredible energy, to analyze the steps sequences, or the creativity in the transitions... While summer is in full swing, discover the most popular programs of the 2019-2020 season on Jura Synchro.

Live performance on roller skates: "This was a bit of a challenge!"

A synchro skater from the Czech team Olympia, Kája Procházková, took part in a live charity cultural event organised by the Police Symphony Orchestra [Police is a town in north-eastern Bohemia, ed.]. As a part of the event, she skated a solo performance on roller skates accompanied by the orchestra.

She wants to design a specific tool for synchro skaters

Synchro skater and student at a Technical University, Amanda Melne is collecting data on problems experienced by synchro skaters during their off-ice training. As a result of her academic work, a new innovative tool for skaters could be marketed.

Former synchro skaters to support current athletes and promote the discipline

You may have seen them in a synchro competition with their black and gold t-shirt and their "special number" in the back... In Finland, former skaters from the Helsinki Rockettes team have formed an alumni association that brings together more than 100 former synchro athletes.


For some synchro teams, this season will be a rushed one

In New Zealand, all government restrictions have been lifted, which allows teams to return to training. But there is only three months until the national championships...

Around the world, synchro teams gradually back on track

Some ice rinks and training centres are beginning to reopen in low-risk areas. In a few countries, strict regulations are in place. Skaters are limited to 5 or are encouraged to wear masks.

Twenty skaters ready for a new synchro season

Today let's travel to Tjörn, a small island located north of Gothenburg, Sweden. This is where Team Seaside, 8th at the last World Junior Championships, is practicing. For the 2020-2021 season, the 20 skaters are already training hard!

"We will continue to work hard off-ice for as long as it takes!"

Founded in 2011, Team Ice United starts this summer its 6th year in the Senior category. Before joining the highest level in sport, this team competed in the Mixed Age, and then in Senior B. Winners of the Dutch national championships last season, the team who has experienced some difficult years, is now "back on track" and is working hard towards the upcoming season.