2014 Championships

Don’t miss the 2014 Synchronized Skating Championships, which will be held at the Colorado Springs World Arena. The arena is located just 3 miles south of downtown and about 7 miles west of the airport in Colorado Springs.

The Colorado Springs World Arena has 8,000 seats and is an incredible venue for fans. It has perfect ice, acoustics, lighting and a jumbotron, as well as extensive oncourse facilities. You can get more information about the event by visiting the new website at http://www.2014synchrochampionships.com/.

Event Information

Colorado Springs, Colo. (Nov. 1, 2012) – U.S. Figure Skating announced today that group sales for all-event ticket packages for the  ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships 2013 begin today and run through Nov. 16. The championships are set for April 3-6, 2013, at Agganis Arena in Boston.

All-event tickets, available for $77 each, provide admission to the short program and free skate, as well as practice sessions at both the competition and practice arenas. During the initial group sales opportunity, tickets must be purchased in groups of 10 or more. A $10 processing fee will be attached to each group order.

Tickets can be reserved by filing out form at www.2013synchroworlds.com. Tickets are expected to be in high demand and groups are encouraged to secure their tickets early. Individual tickets will go on sale Dec. 7, following the initial group sales opportunity from Nov. 1-16.

The ISU World Synchronized Championships 2013 will feature more than 20 teams representing 18 nations. The United States will have two entries to the event. Team USA will be selected based on their performances through the 2013 U.S. qualifying season and various international competitions. The team will be named following the conclusion of the 2013 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships, which will be held Feb. 27-March 2, 2013, in Plymouth, Mich.

The United States will host the World Synchronized Championships for a third time (Minneapolis in 2000; Colorado Springs, Colo., in 2010).