U.S. Figure Skating Names Team USA for 2021-22 Synchronized Skating Season

U.S. Figure Skating announced today the synchronized skating teams that will represent Team USA on the 2021-22 international circuit. The United States will send four senior teams and nine junior teams to international events starting in January 2022.

U.S. Figure Skating announced today the synchronized skating teams that will represent Team USA on the 2021-22 international circuit. The United States will send four senior teams and nine junior teams to international events starting in January 2022.

ISP junior and senior teams were required to compete in at least two nonqualifying synchronized skating competitions designated as an "ISP Challenge Series" event in the month of November to go head-to-head with domestic competitors earlier in the season. Teams were required to meet a minimum score at these events for inclusion at international competition, with an additional opportunity to meet the required score at the first non-qualifying event in December.

U.S. teams will compete internationally for the first time following the cancelation of the 2020-21 season due to the impact of COVID-19. The Challenger Series Synchronized Series will return for its second season with five international events – Hevelius Cup, Lumiere Cup, Marie Lundmark Trophy, U.S. Synchronized Skating Classic and French Cup. The U.S. Synchronized Skating Classic will run Jan. 28-29, 2022, at the Skating Club of Boston's facility in Norwood, Massachusetts.

International assignments will be made over the next month. Fans can visit the U.S. Figure Skating Fan Zone for synchronized skating schedules, international assignments, team bios and more.

Senior Teams
Crystallettes
Haydenettes
Miami University
Skyliners

Junior Teams
DC EDGE
Fond du Lac Blades
Hockettes
Lexettes
Northernettes
Skyliners junior
Starlights
Team Image
Teams Elite

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