Competition Calendar

Follow our Swedish skaters during the international competitions throughout the season. Use the arrows to navigate and press on a competition to read more.

January 2019
  • 05 - 06
    HAVSTROFÉN – 5–6 JANUARI – TJÖRN
    SYNKRONISERAD KONSTÅKNING
    Place
    TJÖRN
    Time
    05 Sat   -   06 Sun
  • 08 - 12
    MENTOR TORUN CUP, 8–12 JANUARI, TORUN, POLEN
    Place
    Torun, Polen
    Time
    08 Tue   -   12 Sat
  • 17 - 20
    MOZART CUP – 17–20 JANUARI – SALZBURG, ÖSTERRIKE
    SYNKRONISERAD KONSTÅKNING
    Place
    SALZBURG, ÖSTERRIKE
    Time
    17 Thu   -   20 Sun
  • 21 - 27
    EM I KONSTÅKNING – 21–27 JANUARI – MINSK, VITRYSSLAND
    SENIOR: ANITA ÖSTLUND, ALEXANDER MAJOROV, NIKOLAJ MAJOROV
    Place
    MINSK, VITRYSSLAND
    Time
    21 Mon   -   27 Sun
  • 26 - 27
    LEON LURJE TROPHY – 26–27 JANUARI – GÖTEBORG
    SYNKRONISERAD KONSTÅKNING
    Place
    GÖTEBORG
    Time
    26 Sat   -   27 Sun

News

Swedish teams to compete in the 2019 ISU World Junior Synchronized Championships released

Team Spirit and Team Seaside will represent Sweden in the 2019 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships, held in Neuchâtel Switzerland, March 15–16.

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Withdrawal of Team Sweden from the 2019 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships

The Swedish Figure Skating Association is announcing the withdrawal of Team Sweden from the 2019 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships to be held in Helsinki Finland, April 12–14, 2019. Synchronized skating at the Senior level in Sweden is in a transitional period and the Association is working on a development structure to strengthen synchronized skating throughout the system. Synchronized skating is a very important discipline to the Swedish Figure Skating Association and we will continue to fulfil our role in the development of the sport within Sweden and worldwide.

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Interview with Scott Rachuk

With the Swedish Nationals quickly approaching we touched base with Scott Rachuk, our new Sports Director. He’s been in Sweden for a little bit more than two months and has been working around the clock to set up the workflow and analyze Swedish Figure Skating to the bone. what are the main challenges ahead? What are the main priorities moving forward?

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