History Introduction Synchronized skating, a large and fast growing discipline, consists of athletes skating on the ice at one time moving as one flowing unit at high speeds.
Synchronized Skating All ISI Synchronized teams need to register their team each season prior to their first competition.
The following items are verified: Credentials are only obtained by following the above procedures. All team members will receive a crescent patch for the season. All new team members will also receive an ISI Team Member patch during their first season on the team.
Grab your friends and join the fun! Synchronized skating is the fastest growing part of figure skating — with the grace of ballet, the elegance of ice dancing and the beauty of pair skating all combined into an amazing group performance on ice.
All ISI synchronized teams have between skaters. ISI synchronized events are now divided into 5 categories: Formation teams are newer teams doing basic formations with basic skating skills and mainly forward skating.
Backward skating can be done on 2-feet only. Lifts and rotation jumps are not allowed in the formation category. This is a great way for teams to learn the basics of synchronized skating.
Advanced Formation teams have already competed in the Formation event, but skaters on these teams can do 3-turns, mohawks and backward crossovers for transitions and in block sequences.
Lifts and rotation jumps are not allowed in the advanced formation category. This is a great way for teams to take the next step as they continue to improve the basics of synchronized skating. Skating teams have already mastered the basics of synchronized skating and execute superior formations with speed, difficulty and accuracy.
There is a minimum of stops and 2-foot skating in the skating category. Teams should have smooth transitions and effortless performance. Unison, cleanness and speed are expected.
Lifts are permitted in the Teen Skating events only. Open Skating teams are advanced skating teams. There are no required maneuvers in this event category, but the lift restrictions for the traditional skating team events are still in effect.
More freedom of expression and variety of moves is important in this team routine. Dance teams have more flexible choreography with all skaters moving in unison utilizing dance steps and skating moves to produce a well-rounded program.
Teams can focus on a particular type of dance, such as tap, ballet, jazz — or including folk dances from various countries of the world. For more detailed descriptions and information, please refer to the edition of the ISI Handbook.
Synchronized skating – up to 20 figure skaters performing high speed challenging sequences and intricate formations – is one of the most rapidly growing team sports. The grace of ballet and the sophistication of ice dancing create spectacular musically themed performances. The Rochester Figure Skating Club is an affiliate of US Figure initiativeblog.com offer a variety of classes and programs for those just learning to skate - children and Adults - as well as the competitive skater. Our professionals and coaches are skilled at teaching singles, dance, and synchronized skating. The DuPage Figure Skating Club is home to the Starr Blades Synchronized Skating Teams. - Please contact Laura Vacca at [email protected] for further information.. The DuPage FSC is also the home for Lucky 7 and Chicago Spirit Junior Synchro.
Age determined each year on the previous July 1. All other divisions must remain separated.Watch video · Synchronized Skating Synchronized skating is a popular discipline both within U.S.
Figure Skating and around the world. U.S. Figure Skating held the first U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships in and also hosted the first World Synchronized Skating Championships in Synchronized Skating Championships Home.
U.S. SYNCHRONIZED SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS. PLYMOUTH, MI. SOCIAL MEDIA #SynchroChamps18 #CheersAndTears. Synchronized skating is a great way to improve stroking skills and develops great team spirit!
Skaters will have to tryout to be on these teams plus meet age and skating standards. Synchronized skating is ideal for skaters interested in a team activity. Apr 05, · Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of Arista); UBEM, Audiam (Publishing), PEDL, UMPI, EMI Music Publishing, Broma 16, SOLAR Music Rights Management, and 16 Music Rights Societies Show more Show.
The International Skating Union held the first official World Synchronized Skating Championships in in Minneapolis, MN, USA, in which the strongest senior teams from across the globe gather to determine which is the world's best.
Synchronized skating is a team sport in which skaters perform a program together. It uses the same judging system as singles, pairs and dance and is characterized by teamwork, speed, intricate formations and challenging step sequences.