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Alexander Majorov silver medalist in The Nordics 2019

Alexander Majorov gets a total 187,58 points and a silver medal in the Nordics 2019 in Linköping. Norwegian skater Sondre Oddball Bøe wins the gold metal and is the first Norwegian senior to win gold in The Nordics since 1962. Oliver Praetorius wins gold medal in Junior Men's category and Emelie Nordqvist wins the silver medal in Junior Ladies category.

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Final day of The Nordics 2019

Welcome to the fourth and final day of The Nordics. It's time for the Seniors to battle for the medals. Cassandra Johansson and Josefin Taljegård holds second and third place for today's competition. In the Men's category, Alexander Majorov is currently in third place for the finals.

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The Seniors enters The Nordics 2019

It’s the third competition day in Linköping and today, the Seniors enters the arena. Juniors Ladies will compete for the medals today. Yesterday in the Junior Men category, Oliver Praetorius from Sweden won the gold medal.

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The Nordics 2019 – 2nd day and finals

Today, The Nordics steps into its second day of competition as Junior Men, Advanced Novice Girls and Advanced Novice Boys competes for the medals within each class. Among the Junior Men, Daniel Seidel from Sweden holds the leading spot for today's finals.

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First day of The Nordics 2019

Today The Nordics goes into competition mode as short programs for both novice and junior classes will begin. The draws for the short programs were held yesterday and here are today's starting orders!

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2019 ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championship Selections

The Swedish Figure Skating Association is pleased to select Nikolaj Majorov and Selma Ihr as the athletes competing in the 2019 ISU Junior World Figure Skating Championships.

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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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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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