Synchronized skating is a highly technical form of figure
skating characterized by speed, accuracy, intricate formations
and breathtaking transitions. Synchronized skating is performed
by teams of 8-20 athletes and incorporates aspects of singles,
pairs and ice dancing into a team sport.
Synchronized skating is the newest discipline of figure skating.
It began approximately 50 years ago and has now grown into a
competitive discipline, with athletes participating all over the
world. 2010 marks U.S. Figure Skating’s 27th U.S.Synchronized
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