Sixteen U.S. Teams Set To Compete at 2017 Nations Cup, Adult Gold Cup in Ann Arbor, Michigan

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(4/19/17) - Sixteen U.S. teams are set to compete at 2017 Nations Cup and Adult Gold Cup, an international Theatre On Ice (TOI) competition set for April 20-23, at Yost Arena in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The event will be held in the U.S. for the second time, having first hosted in Hyannis, Massachusetts, in 2011.

Nations Cup was first held in in Tolouse, France, in April 2010. Teams were selected to participate by their respective nation's governing body, with American teams being selected by the U.S. Figure Skating Theatrical Skating Committee.

The United States will be represented by 16 teams at four levels:

Senior

Junior

Novice

Adult

Act 1 of Boston

Harmony Theatre Company

Harmony Theatre Company

Harmony Theatre Company

Creative Ice Theatre

Houston Starz Theatre On Ice

Ocean State Ice Theatre

Space Coast Frozen Hurricanes

Harmony Theatre Company

Los Angeles Ice Theatre

San Francisco Ice Theatre

Starz of Houston

Los Angeles Ice Theatre

San Francisco Ice Theatre

Virginia Ice Theatre

Yarmouth Ice Theatre Company

The field consists of 35 teams representing Australia, France, Russia, and the United States.

TOI is a form of competitive figure skating that is popular in Europe, where it is known as Ballet on Ice. TOI combines the grace of figure skating with the excitement of theater and dance. Teams consist of eight to 30 skaters. Solo skating is discouraged, but is permitted in limited amounts if it enhances the overall telling of the program's story. The programs are judged by U.S. Figure Skating judges and are evaluated on technical merit and presentation with emphasis on originality, costuming, artistry and musicality.

For more information, please visit www.2017nationscup.com.