Starting order for Short Program

Tomorrow the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships 2018 goes into competition mode as the short program will begin. Earlier today the draws for the short program was held in Kungsträdgården during a public inauguration. 

Tomorrow, on April 6th at 17.30 the Opening Ceremony of the 2018 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships will officially mark the beginning of this years Championships. At 18:15 it’s time for the teams to take to the ice and compete in the short program. Team Phoenix from Belgium will be the first team out. At approximately 22.00 in the evening Team Haydenettes from USA will have skated as the last competing team and we will know the standings for Saturdays final.

Welcome to the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships – here we go!

Full starting order here.

Competition Time Schedule


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