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About Synchronized skating
Synchronized skating is characterized by teamwork, speed, intricate formations and challenging step sequences. Today, synchronized skating has also its own official Synchronized skating World Championships and will hopefully be a part of the Olympic Games in a close future.

This discipline was born in Michigan in early 1954, the team "Hockettes" was started to entertain the public during hockey games and has improved to become the fastest growing discipline in figure skating.

In synchronized skating there exists six different categories, including seniors, juniors, novice, juvenile, adults and mixed-age. A complete team consists of 16 competing skaters and 4 alternates. Seniors and juniors compete with a short program and a free program. Other categories compete only with a free program. The programs consists of different types of elements, including, intersections, wheels, circles, blocs and lines, which are combined with different free skating moves and steps.
 
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