Team Surprise & Team Boomerang to compete for Sweden during WSSC2018

This weekend the Swedish Nationals was held in Mölndal. Today the Swedish Figure Skating Association has announced the teams that will represent Sweden during the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships 2018 in Stockholm – Team Surprise and Team Boomerang.

Team Surprise will compete as Team Sweden 1 and Team Boomerang as Team Sweden 2 during the competitions which will be held at Ericsson Globe Arena in Stockholm on 6–7 April. The Championships will be the first ever to be held in the Swedish capital and first championships to be held in Sweden since 2012, when it was held in Gothenburg.

Read more about the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships 2018.


 

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