Marigold IceUnity are World Champions in Synchronized Skating 2018

Marigold IceUnity won the gold at the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden with a total score of 209,02 points. Swedens Team Surprise won the silver medal with 207,99 points and the bronze medal went to Team Paradise from Russia, with 200,97 points.

On Saturday evening the final of the Championships was concluded in Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm, with the stands bustling with synchro fans from all over the world, although the Finnish and Swedish fans was in majority. And their teams did not disappoint them, and performed two magnificent free programs. Team Surprise skated as the last team in the competition and when the final resultats was presented the Finnish crowd knew no limits to their excitement, as Marigold IceUnity took the gold, with just over one points margin över the Swedish team. A truly wonderful conclusion to this years ISU World Synchronized Championships.


Full result list here

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