2019-20 PRACTICE TIMES:
Intermediate, Novice, Junior 6-8 Hours per week, (on ice, off ice) Sunday and Monday evenings
Pre juvenile, Juvenile 4-6 hours (on ice, off ice) Schedule set after parent meeting. Based on travel for out of town skaters, religious ed and cross skaters. but limited to Sunday, Monday, Sat am's (only thru October) or Weds evenings, two days per week.
Synchro Skills and Preliminary 2-4 hours (on ice, off ice) Mondays 4;45-5:45 pm and/or Weds 4:45-5:45 pm
Snow plow Sam 45 mins- 1 hour per week, Mondays 5-5:45 pm
What's included: Coachs' salaries and competition expenses, ice time, off-ice choreo or conditioning classes, competition fees, practice ice at competitions, 1 pair of tights, skate tape and laces, makeup and hair supplies, competition dress purchase and fee to participate in the yearly ice show and any other exhibitions throughout the season.
What's not included: Hotels, local competition transportation, everyday practice clothing, team jacket, practice dress (if required) and fee for "art on the edge" class held in the time slot preceding a weekly practice.
** Associate membership fee**
THE WISCONSIN INSPIRE COOPERATIVE brings together skaters and coaches in Southern Wisconsin who share a passion for synchronized skating. Members of the Wisconsin Inspire Cooperative learn more about the world of synchronized skating while sharing their knowledge of the sport. In addition, members have access to training clinics and camps to build their skating skills. In the years to come, the Wisconsin Inspire Cooperative will be more than just a network of skaters and coaches who have a love for synchronized skating. With no single club affiliation, this program will provide an opportunity to skate on an IJS level synchronized skating team while still representing a skater's home club.
(final schedule TBD)
Synchronized skating is a "Team" sport that teaches cooperation, responsibility, and the love of skating. Life skills that will last a lifetime!
Teams are made up of 8-20 skaters which skate a routine to music comprised of different shapes and skating maneuvers. Levels begin as early as snowplow sam and continue as high as the intermational level. (Soon to be an Olympic sport)
Our teams have medaled at the sectional level and competed all over the country at the National Synchronized Skating Championships.
2013 Sectionals Novice Bronze medalists & National Competitors
2014 National Competitors
2015 Sectionals Intermediate Pewter medalists & National Competitors
2015 Sectionals Novice Pewter medalists & National Competitors
2016 Midwestern Sectional Intermediate Competitors 6th place
2017 Midwestern Sectional Intermediate Competitors 6th place
2018 Midwestern Sectional Novice Competitors 7th place
2019 Midwestern Sectional Intermediate Competitors 7th place
WE ARE SO PROUD!