Synchronized Skating

Synchronized skating is a team sport in which 8-20 skaters perform a program together. It is characterized by teamwork, speed, intricate formations and challenging step sequences. Teams can compete at 14 different levels. Synchronized skating is a great way for figure skaters to compete in a sport they love while enjoying all of the aspects of working with others in a team-oriented sport.

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Photo courtesy of Liz Walterhouse

Mentor Ice Arena

Intensity Synchronized Skating:


Intensity Synchronized Skating formed in the summer of 2020. The organization’s primary goal is to give
skaters of all levels a place to grow their love of skating. Intensity believes that through a hard working team environment we can all achieve our goals. Intensity fields teams in all levels from developmental to national, including Adults under the Goldenettes.


Program Director and Head Coach Debi Gamber has more than 20 years of coaching experience both in individual and synchronized skating, and is joined on the coaching staff by a talented lineup of Assistant Coaches.

Intensity welcomes skaters of all levels to join our team. To find out more, visit intensitysynchro.com.

 

North Olmsted Recreation Complex

Cleveland Ice Storm

The Cleveland Ice Storm Skating Club, formed in 2017, is the largest synchronized skating organization in the northeast Ohio/Cleveland area. For more information on synchro or the Cleveland Ice Storm, contact Program Director, Liz Smith, at info@clevelandicestorm.com. #togetherweare1storm