Synchronized Skating

“Synchronized skating is a team sport in which 8-20 skaters perform together in unison.   Teams have a choreographed program set to music with required formations including circles, lines, blocks, wheels and intersections.

Traverse City Figure Skating Club’s synchronized skating team, the Northern Lights was formed in 1999.   Over the years the team has competed at many levels from beginner to the junior level.   This season we are proud to have two competitive teams at the beginner and pre-juvenile level.   The Northern Lights synchronized skating teams will be traveling to three competitions around the Midwest this season.

Synchronized skating is a great program that gives skaters an opportunity to be part of a team sport.   Many of our Traverse City Figure Skating club alumni have continued skating on synchronized skating teams throughout their college careers.

Well deserved first place 🥇

 at the 2018 Tri States Synchronized Skating Competition Midland, Michigan for our Beginner Team!!

And super great 2nd place 🥇

for our Juv Synchronized Skating Team!!! 

These 2 teams have worked so hard

through the 2017/2018 season and deserve a round of applause 👏 👏 👏

Congratulations to the Northern Lights Open Juv Sychronized Skating Team. They took first place at the 2018 Mid-America competition in Fraser MI. Way to go girls! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

More congratulations to the Northern Lights Beginner team, they took the bronze medal at the 2018 Mid-America competition in Fraser, Mi! Good Job girls👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

For more information about our synchronized skating program please contact Lauren Griggs at