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Synchronized Skating at Mariposa

What is Synchro?

Synchronized skating is a specialized discipline of skating involving groups of eight or more skaters performing various group formations and maneuvers. The objective is for the team to perform as one unit executing circles, blocks, lines, wheels and intersections in unison to the music, while demonstrating quality edges, power and flow. Skate Canada’s SynchroSkate program includes a number of Synchronized Skating categories which accommodate skaters at any age and skill level.

Important Dates

Team Mariposa 2019-2020 competitions

January 11/12: Winterfest Competition, Brampton

January 25/26: Synchrofest Competition, Oakville

February 8/9: Regionals Competition, Markham

February 29/March 1: March Mania Competition, Innisfil

NEXT SEASON:

APRIL 2020: Synchro Mariposa Skills Sessions

MAY 2020: 2nd Annual Synchro Development Seminar

SPRING 2020: Tryouts for the 2020-2021 Season

AUGUST 2020: Synchro Mariposa CAMP

The History of Synchronized Skating

Hear about the history of Synchronized Skating, as told by the skaters from the 2019 Synchro Development Series.

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Join our e-mail list for upcoming Synchro Mariposa news, including important 2020-2021 season updates. Email us at info@synchromariposa.com

Spring Synchro Development Series

Mark your calendars for the next Mariposa Spring Synchro Development Series! It will take place in Spring 2020. The Series offers specialty coaching in synchro skills, skating skills, choreography and dynamic off-ice.  This is a great opportunity for synchro skaters wishing to expand their skills, or for new synchro skaters who want to give synchro a try.

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I have been bringing skaters to the Mariposa Seminar for 18 years. Every year is a fabulous experience for both my skaters as well as myself. It never ceases to amaze me how professional everyone is and how willing this team of coaches is to share information to both the skaters as well as the coaches at the seminar.
— Charleen Cameron, St. Margarets Bay Skating Club —