Thursday April 5th
17.30 – Opening / Draw ceremony: Kungsträdgården, downtown Stockholm. No tickets required.
Friday April 6th
17.30 – Official opening on ice in Stockholm Ericsson Globe
18.15–22.00 – Competition: Short Program
Saturday April 7th
14.00 – Competition: Free Skating
16.15 – Competition: Free Skating
Victory Ceremony will be held shortly after the competition
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.Readmore
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.Readmore
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.Readmore
The Swedish Figure Skating Association and the city of Stockholm welcome skaters officials, judges and guests from all International Skating Union Members to the ISU World Synchronized Skating championships in Stockholm, held on 6th-7th April 2018. In First Information we have collected all initial info for participants in the championships.
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