Going From the 2015 Synchro Championships to the World Junior Championships
We saw the month of February conclude with the spectacular 2015 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships in Providence, Rhode Island. 96 teams from all over the country, including Team Braemar and Miami University with Riedell skaters, came together in the Dunkin Donuts Center and put on a display of exceptional talent and immense creativity. It was a real treat to watch and we want to congratulate every one of the nearly 1,800 skaters in attendance on a competition well skated. We’re proud to announce Miami University’s 8th place and Team Braemar’s 11th place finishes (two thumbs up!). If you happened to miss it, the final results can be found here.
Now, we shift our focus. We barely had time to catch our breath from that before the 2015 World Junior Championships kicked off this week! The most talented junior skaters from around the world are all gathering in Tallinn, Estonia and we can’t wait to see what unfolds. Help us cheer on Chelsea Liu in Pairs and Garrett MacKeen & Mackenzie Bent in Dance as they show just how well #TeamRiedell can compete. Don’t miss a second of the action as it continues into the weekend!
Visit ISU’s website to keep track of all the goings on for each category and skater as the results come in. Buckle up and enjoy the ride, skating fans!