2018 World Championships Videos

Medals were awarded today at the 2018 World Synchronized Skating Championships, marking the end of the 2017-18 season. Finland’s Marigold Ice Unity were crowned champions, winning their first gold medal since 2014. Skating in their home country, Sweden’s Team Surprise won the silver medal, reclaiming a spot on the podium after last medaling (gold) in 2012. Two-time defending champions Paradise, from Russia, fell from the top step but remained on the podium for the fourth year running, taking home the bronze medal. Full results are available here.

If you missed watching the live stream, you can find videos of all the short and free programs on the ISU Skating Channel. (In the USA, watch on Ice Network.) For ease of navigation, here are the groups.

Short Program Videos

Short program video 1 of 5

  • Team Phoenix (Belgium)
  • Team Amber (Latvia)
  • Team Vizyon (Turkey)
  • Team Boomerang (Sweden)

Short program video 2 of 5

  • Team Passion (Hungary)
  • Team Hot Shivers (Italy)
  • Team Olympia (Czech Republic)
  • Team Unity (Australia)

Short program video 3 of 5

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  • Team Illumination (Netherlands)
  • Team Fusion (Spain)
  • Team Viola (Great Britain)
  • Team Sweet Mozart (Austria)
  • Team Zagreb Snowflakes (Croatia)

Short program video 4 of 5

  • Team Unique (Finland)
  • Team Paradise (Russia)
  • Team Zoulous (France)
  • Team Nexxice (Canada)
  • Team Surprise (Sweden)
  • Team Skyliners (USA)

Short program video 5 of 5

  • Team Tatarstan (Russia)
  • Team Berlin 1 (Germany)
  • Team Les Supremes Seniors (Canada)
  • Team Marigold Ice Unity (Finland)
  • Team Jingu Ice Messengers (Japan)
  • Team Haydenettes (USA)

Free Skating Videos

Free skating video 1 of 5

  • Team Vizyon (Turkey)
  • Team Sweet Mozart (Austria)
  • Team Amber (Latvia)
  • Team Viola (Great Britain)
  • Team Unity (Australia)

Free skating video 2 of 5

  • Team Zagreb Snowflakes (Croatia)
  • Team Illumination (Netherlands)
  • Team Fusion (Spain)
  • Team Olympia (Czech Republic)
  • Team Phoenix (Belgium)

Free skating video 3 of 5

  • Team Boomerang (Sweden)
  • Team Passion (Hungary)
  • Team Hot Shivers (Italy)
  • Team Jingu Ice Messengers (Japan)
  • Team Zoulous (France)

Free skating video 4 of 5

  • Team Skyliners (USA)
  • Team Berlin 1 (Germany)
  • Team Les Supremes Seniors (Canada)
  • Team Nexxice (Canada)
  • Team Tatarstan (Russia)

Free skating video 5 of 5

  • Team Haydenettes (USA)
  • Team Unique (Finland)
  • Team Paradise (Russia)
  • Team Marigold Ice Unity (Finland)
  • Team Surprise (Sweden)

Thanks to the ISU for providing excellent coverage throughout the event, and congratulations to all competitors!

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