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Synchronized skating

Synchronized skating is a sport where 8–20 skaters (depending on the level) skate together as one team. The team moves as a flowing unit at high speed while completing difficult footwork. Synchronized skating grew rapidly in the late 20th and early 21st centuries and today there are approximately 600 synchronized skating teams in the United States.

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My sister is on the adult syncro team, Esprit De Corps, out on the east coast. They won the national championship competition. Here is a video of their performance.

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