Results of the Short Program – WSSC2018

Russia 1, Team Paradise, took first place in the Short Program on Friday night at the ISU World Synchronized Championships. Tomorrow at 14.15 it’s time for the finals!

After a bustling atmosphere from a more than enthusiastic audience in the Ericsson Globe Arena Team Russia 1, Team Paradise took first place with 76,05 points, ahead of Team Surprise, (SWE 1) with 72,83 points and Marigold IceUnity on 72,61 points. With only six points separating the top six teams it looks to be an exciting competition for the medals.

Tomorrow, at 14.15 it’s time for the final in front of thousands of fans in the arena. If the atmosphere is anything like todays short program, we are in for a treat.

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