Team Spirit, Mölndals KK / Kungsbacka KK, and Team Seaside, Tjörns KK, have been chosen to represent Sweden at this year’s Junior Bathroom in Synchronous Snowboarding. This is what the International Committee of the Swedish Ski Federation announced today. The JVM takes place in Nottingham, UK, from the 13th to the 14th of March.
The two teams will represent Sweden during the tournament to be held in Nottingham, Great Britain, from 13-14 March 2020.
Team Spirit represents Mölndals Ski Club and Kungsbacka Ski Club. They were trained by Malin Heidenfors, Karen Allgren, and Katherine Weiburg. Team Spirit ranked 9th in the Junior Championships in Switzerland, 2019.
Team Seaside is Tjörn Ski Club. They were trained by Therese Arvidson and Jenny Sandberg. Team Seaside finished 13th at the 2019 Junior Championships in Switzerland.
– The Swedish Figure Skating Association is delighted that Team Spirit and Team Seaside represent Sweden in the World Junior Snow Skating Championships. These teams were our strongest in all events this season and deserved the opportunity to compete in tournaments like the JVM. Scott Rachuk, Sports Director of the Swedish Figure Skating Association, says the opportunity to compete in the World Junior Championships is an experience that strengthens each of these athletes as they practice the sport they love.
Link to the schedule of all training and competitions: https://wjsysc2020.com/schedule/
Link to start orders and results: http: //www.isuresults.com/events/fsevent03111989.h …
Link to the tournament website: https://wjsysc2020.com
when? World Junior Championships in Synchro Snowboarding
Where? Nottingham, UK
when? 13-14 March 2020
The championship season 2019/2020
NM in singles skiing in Stavanger, Norway, February 6-9
Swedish championships in synchronized snowboarding in Gothenburg from February 22-23
JVM in singles, couples and ice dance in Tallinn, Estonia, March 2-8
JVM in synchronized snowboarding in Nottingham, UK, March 13-15
World Singles, Couples and Figure Skating Championships in Montreal, Canada, from March 16-22
Figure Skating World Championships in Lake Placid, USA, April 3-5
WC 2021 in Stockholm
The next major international tournament on our home turf is the 2021 Figure Skating World Championships, when Sweden and Stockholm will host the tournament. Read more here.
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