Skate with California Gold!
- Coached by Jillian Cipresso and Amanda Falkowski
- Train at the East West Ice Palace
- Team levels within the U.S. Figure Skating structure and minimum qualifications:
- Senior – Novice moves in the field and at least 14 years of age
- Novice – Juvenile moves in the field and under 16 years of age
- Juvenile – Preliminary moves in the field and under 13 years of age
- Development Teams – no moves test required and under 12 years of age
- Adult – Intermediate moves in the field and must be 21 year of age or older
- Ages 12-18
- Passed Intermediate MIF
- 3 Practices a week
Test requirements must be completed by December 1st and age is calculated based on July 1st. In addition to joining the team other opportunities are also available through Scholarships, Committees, Awards and Honors. You can read more about those opportunities below.
Synchronized Skating is characterized by teamwork, speed, intricate formations and challenging step sequences. There are so many benefits to participating a with team, and synchronized skating is a great way for figure skaters to compete in a sport they love while enjoying all of the aspects of working with others in a team environment.
Synchronized skating is a fast growing discipline within the United States and international skating communities.
It is a highly technical form of team skating characterized by speed, accuracy, intricate formations and breathtaking transitions.