Leafs Ice Centre
801 Wesemann Drive
West Dundee, IL 60118
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Silver Leafs Skate School and Chicago Fusion Synchronized Skating hire Team USA medalist Colin Brubaker to their coaching staff. Click here for our press release.
Clinic & Tryout Information
April 7th - Synchronized Skating Clinic 5-8pm at the Leafs Ice Centre.
April 8th -Synchronized Skating Team Tryouts 12p-3pm at the Leafs Ice Centre.
Team offerings are Synchro Skills 2 or 3, Pre-Juvenile, Juvenile, Open Juvenile, and Intermediate levels.
Prime Ice slots ~ Monday evenings ~ Wednesday evenings ~ Saturday mornings at Leafs Ice Centre.
Our Competitive pricing offers you an economic value.
Come skate with our World and National level coaches.
Synchronized Skating Levels 2017-2018 Season
Synchro Skills 2 or 3: Team of 16 skaters
No skater may have passed higher than a preliminary test.
Pre-Juvenile: A team of 8-16 skaters.
The majority of the team must be under 12.
Open Juvenile: a team of 8-16 skaters.
All skaters must be under age 20. All Skaters must have passed the pre-preliminary moves in the field test.
Juvenile: A team of 12-20 skaters.
Skaters must be under 13 and have passes the preliminary moves in the field.
Intermediate: a team of 12-20 skaters. Skaters must be under 18 and have passed the pre-juvenile moves in the field test.
If you are interested in trying out for a Chicago Fusion team please contact Vicki Korn.
Congrats Chicago Fusion for the 1st place finish @ Highland Park Dec 4 2016!!
Vicki Korn- Synchro Director
Vicki was Miami University’s Head Coach and Director of Synchronized Skating for 25 yrs. She led the US to its highest placement ever at the World Synchronized Skating Championships, winning the 2007 Silver Medal. At Miami she led her Senior team to three National Titles, and her Collegiate team won 11 National Titles, and has been honored as PSA coach of the year three times.
Synchronized Skating Structure
With our new synchronized skating structure we will continue to run our existing programs under the rink for Beginner 1 through Open Juvenile. We are adding new higher level teams (Juvenile through Junior) that will be administered by the new Chicago Fusion Organization. If you have any questions please contact our Synchronized Skating Director Vicki Korn.
Synchronized skating is a popular discipline both
within U.S. Figure Skating and around the world.
Elements in synchronized skating include blocks, circles, wheels,
lines, intersections, moves in the field, moves in isolation,
no-hold step sequences, spins and pairs moves.
There are so many benefits to participating in a team sport, and synchro 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-oriented sport.