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We encourage fun, team spirit and personal growth in the sport of synchronised skating. We believe that participating in sport is a healthy part of physical and mental life.
Success is not just measured by medals or awards (although these are important), but by the growth of each individual within our teams.
We have a line of sight for skaters from beginner and development level all the way though to international elite competitiveness, and options for coaching, judging and mentoring thereafter.
We welcome any skaters considering joining the ISWA teams from learn to skate programs, from other skating disciplines, or from interstate or internationally.
We represent WA at the Australian Figure Skating Championships, with further opportunities to compete internationally.
A Synchro team typically comprises 12-16 skaters, working in unison to present formations, spins, lifts and footwork with an artistic presentation.
If you’re looking for something different that is social, fun and challenging, Synchro Skating may be for you.
Our Synchro teams compete in state competitions. Each calendar year season is aimed at competing in the Australian Figure Skating Championships where we have a proud record of achievement.
In this club we are a family and respect each other always
We should always remember where we came from to remember where we’re going…
The competition is held over three days and includes Official Practice and then two days for the short program and the free skate program.
Each team trains during the year in order to compete at Club, State and ultimately National Championships.
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Teams coached by Genevieve have won many medals at the National level. She was the head coach for Infusion when the team won two National championships in 2014 and 2016, and was the Australian Coach at the World Synchronised Skating Championships in 2015 and 2017.
Genevieve is now involved in mentoring coaches and developing the sport within Western Australia at a broader level.
Danielle has been figure skating for 22 years and has competed for WA at 19 National Championships in her career. She is the 2014 and 2016 National Champion with the Senior team Infusion, and has competed at the World Championships 3 times for Australia. Danielle was a part of Team Canada, Nexxice, for the 2018/2019 season, where they were the Trophy décosse and Spring Cup Milan Champions. They also won a bronze medal at the World Championships for their short program, resulting in a 4th overall.