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Team USA will send three teams to the final Challenger Series Synchronized Skating event of the season, 2024 Marie Lundmark Trophy, Feb. 10-11 in Helsinki, Finland.
The Skyliners will be the sole senior team skating for the United States while Team Image and the Northernettes will represent Team USA in the junior division. All three teams have a podium finish internationally so far this season.
The Skyliners look to build on their momentum from their first Challenger Series event, Lumiere Cup, where they secured silver, tying their best result in the series.
Team Image also stood on the podium at Lumiere Cup, earning bronze, and will vie for their second Challenger Series medal of the season in Helsinki.
Competing at their first Challenger Series event of the season, the Northernettes clinched bronze at Mozart Cup.
Competition begins Saturday with the junior and senior short programs and concludes Sunday with the junior and senior free skates.
The Challenger Series, which began in 2019-20, consists of up to five international competitions linked together to give adequate opportunities for synchronized skating teams to compete at the international level, earn World Standing Points and prepare for competing at the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships.
For full results, streaming information, bios and more, visit the Challenger Series Synchronized Skating Competition Central.