Synchronized Skating Program
The JDF Skating Club located in the Westshore is recruiting figure skaters to join
our fun and exciting Synchronized Skating Programs for the 2022-23 skating season!
Twilights Star 3 Synchronized Skating Team
The Twilights Synchro Team consists of 6 – 12 skaters that
must have successfully completed STAR 1 skills.
The focus for this team will be on learning synchronized
skating skills and maneuvers while also focusing on
continuing to develop and strengthen individual skating skills.
No age requirement
Previous skating experience required (minimum STAR 1 skills)
No synchro experience required
Possible opportunity to travel and compete in B.C. competition
Possible opportunity to participate in local exhibition
Sessions start Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022
Ice Vizion Adult Synchronized Skating Team
The Ice Vizion Synchro Team consists of 8 – 20 skaters. Skaters must have reached the
age of 18 before July 1st preceding competition.
- Various ages (18 years of age to 60+)
- All skill levels; previous skating experience is required
- Synchro experience is an asset but not required
Possible opportunity to travel and compete
in B.C. or A.B. competition(s)
Possible opportunity to participate in
Sessions start Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022
JDF Synchronized Skating Handbook
If you are interested in registering or have any
questions at all about our synchro programs,
JDFSC Synchro Coach
Over the past 26 years, the Juan de Fuca Skating Club has had a strong and
well-established synchronized skating program accessible to all ages and skill
levels of skaters, with multiple levels of competitive teams, such as Pre-Juvenile, Juvenile,
Pre-Novice, Novice, Junior, Open and Adult. These teams have competed locally, provincially,
The goals of the club’s synchro programs are to:
Teach the basic fundamentals of synchronized skating skills while continuing to foster skater development in individual skating skills
Over time, advance from learning to train to training to compete
Promote continued active healthy lifestyles in the sport of figure skating
What is Synchronized Skating?
Synchronized skating, or “synchro” is a specialized discipline of skating involving groups of six or more skaters performing various group formations and maneuvers. The objective is for the team to perform as one unit executing circles, blocks, lines, wheels and intersections in unison to the music, while demonstrating quality edges, power and flow. Synchronized Skating has grown in popularity around the world as it provides a great place for skaters to become part of a team and skate for life.
Synchronized skating promotes teamwork, cooperation and good sportsmanship which are essential for strong team performances. Synchro skating also builds confidence and self-esteem in skaters by working through a difficult goal as a team, due to hard work, determination, and cooperation in a safe and fun environment.
Check out the photos and videos below!!
2022/2023 Youth Synchro Team
Congrats! 2nd place win in the Adult III category at the 2023 Mountain regional Synchronized Skating Challenge January 2023 - Burnaby, BC