What is Synchronized Skating?
There are so many benefits to participating in a team sport, and synchronized skating is a great way for skaters to compete while enjoying all of the aspects of working with others in a team-oriented sport.
Synchronized skating is a popular discipline both within U.S. Figure Skating and around the world. U.S. Figure Skating held the first U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships in 1984 and also hosted the first World Synchronized Skating Championships in 2000. The objective of the Intro to Synchro Class is to familiarize skaters with elementary holds, formations, circles, intersections and transitions while skating as a group.
What a great way to make friends and prepare for one of the U.S. Figure Skating “SPARKLER” Teams!
Synchronized Skating Class
Intro to Synchro Class begins Wednesday, September 7th - No Class Wednesday, Nov. 23rd.
Holiday Show Performance Sunday, Dec. 18th
The Wednesday evening 30 minute class includes choreographed program to music, skating dress, tights, and performance at the Frederick Figure Skating Shows. It’s a great way to make friends and prepare for one of the “Sparklers” travel teams.
For more In-House Sparklers class information, please contact Skating Director, Kelly Orndorff at
301-662-7362 ext, 16 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For information regarding USFS Sparklers Synchronized Skating travel teams please contact Coach Cary Summerlin at 301-662-7362, ext. 34, or Carystarfish@hotmail.com Visit the Sparklers website at: sparklers-synchro.com