Cue the ‘Feels’ For me it comes down to a feeling. More specifically it comes down to how skaters can make me feel when they are performing. For Ontario’s Ice Dance Olympians Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier once the music started for their Evita-inspired free dance the rest of what was happening in the rink […]
The International Skating Union has published Communication No. 2170 (revised as of May 30, 2018) to replace ISU Communication 2116 regarding Synchronized Skating. To view the communication, please click here.
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Team Canada 1 (NEXXICE Senior, of Burlington) captured the 2015 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championship on April 10-11 at the FirstOntario Centre in Hamilton. NEXXICE took a 0.67 point lead on the Friday, with a score of 71.06, winning the Short Program with an energetic and entertaining performance skated to “Mud” by Canadian Juno Award winners, […]