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.

October 2018
  • 03 - 06
    JUNIOR GRAND PRIX – 3–6 OKTOBER – LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIEN
    JUNIOR: SELMA IHR, ANDREAS NORDEBÄCK
    Place
    LJUBLJANA, SLOVENIEN
    Time
    03 Wed   -   06 Sat
  • 04 - 07
    FINLANDIA TROPHY – 4–7 OKTOBER – ESPOO, FINLAND
    SENIOR: ANITA ÖSTLUND, ALEXANDER MAJOROV, NIKOLAJ MAJOROV
    Place
    ESPOO, FINLAND
    Time
    04 Thu   -   07 Sun
  • 13 - 14
    ELITSERIEN – 13–14 OKTOBER – ENKÖPING
    Place
    ENKÖPING
    Time
    13 Sat   -   14 Sun
  • 18 - 21
    MINSK ARENA ICE STAR – 18–21 OKTOBER – MINSK, VITRYSSLAND
    SENIOR: MATILDA ALGOTSSON
    Place
    MINSK, VITRYSSLAND
    Time
    18 Thu   -   21 Sun
  • 19 - 21
    HALLOWEEN CUP – 19–21 OKTOBER – BUDAPEST, UNGERN
    SENIOR: ANITA ÖSTLUND
    Place
    BUDAPEST, UNGERN
    Time
    19 Fri   -   21 Sun
  • 20 - 21
    ELITSERIEN – 20–21 OKTOBER – MÖLNDAL
    Place
    MÖLNDAL
    Time
    20 Sat   -   21 Sun
  • 24 - 28
    GOLDEN BEAR – 24–28 OKTOBER – ZAGREB, KROATIEN
    JUNIOR: OLIVER PRAETORIUS, ANDREAS NORDEBÄCK, NOVICE: CASPER JOHANSSON
    Place
    ZAGREB, KROATIEN
    Time
    24 Wed   -   28 Sun
  • 26 - 28
    GRAND PRIX – 26–28 OKTOBER – LAVAL, KANADA
    SENIOR: ALEXANDER MAJOROV
    Place
    LAVAL, KANADA
    Time
    26 Fri   -   28 Sun

News

Team Surprise end their 35-year history of Synchronized Skating

Team Surprise, the oldest and most successful synchronized skating team in Sweden, will end their more than 35-year history in the sport. Their final competition was the 2018 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships in Stockholm, Sweden, where they won the silver medal. The legacy of Team Surprise will include a new way of educating coaches in Synchronized Skating. Their founder and head coach, Andrea Dohány will shift her focus from every day coaching to building a stronger foundation for Synchronized Skating in Sweden.

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Swedish Figure Skating Association’s new Sports Director is Scott Rachuk from Canada.

The new Sports Director of The Swedish Figure Skating Association is from Canada and called Scott Rachuk. In a big interview with Skatesweden he talks about his visions and hopes regarding Swedish figure skating.

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Swedish National Team of season 2018–2019

The Swedish National Team of season 2018–2019 is now official. The team was chosen during last weekend's annual national team camp, where the Swedish figure skaters got to meet international judges and show their programs for the upcoming season.

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