Synchronized ice skating is a sport that consists of 16 skaters moving on the ice as one. Often described as 'synchronized swimming but on ice' we prefer to think of it being similar to ' a flock of birds moving as one.' Teams can consist of up to 20 skaters - but only 16 are on the ice at one time.
The synchronized squad at the Auckland Ice Figure skating club is the largest in New Zealand. We currently have over 50 skaters across 7 teams. With 6 coaches involved in their training and development.
Club Synchro Goals:
To create a team for every skater
To help all skaters be the best that they can be
To provide a path for promotion to higher level teams within the club
To work with trainee coaches to ensure we have a plan for the future