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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. (Skate Canada)

 

 

Team Mariposa 2019-2020

Come join the fun world of synchro! Tryouts for Team Mariposa will be held on May 4th (East Bayfield Purple) and May 11th (Allandale Blue). All skaters with and without synchronized skating experience are welcome! Teams are being fielded for various levels and include skaters working on Canskate Level 5 and higher (Star 1-10). The 2019-2020 regular season runs from October until the end of March, with pre-season ice starting on weekday evenings at the end of August. Registration for tryouts is required.

Spring Synchro Development Series

Mariposa is hosting a Spring Synchro Development Series April 13th, 20th and 27th.  The Series will offer specialty coaching in synchro skills with Nicole Rodgers Hankin, skating skills with Mitch Islam, choreography with Kelly Johnson 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.
SOLD OUT

Important Dates

spring synchro development series

April 13th, 20th, 27th, 2019 – SOLD OUT

Team mariposa tryouts

May 4th, 11th, 2019  – REGISTER HERE

Team mariposa Pre-season kickstart

August 26, 27, 28 (5pm – 7pm) – More info to come

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Kudos to Mariposa! While you continue to provide 'standard of excellence' your seminar encompassed a healthy and positive atmosphere. No matter the age, the home club location, it was all so heart warming to watch figure skaters on the ice working so hard.
— Gwen —