Event Overview

ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships - 2023 - Lake Placid, USAInternational Skating Union (ISU) World Synchronized Skating Championships come to the Lake Placid Olympic Center Thursday, March 30 – Saturday, April 1!

Approximately 26 teams comprised of 500 skaters, from over 20 countries will compete for the title of World Champion, and watching this competition in person among a very lively audience makes this event even more exciting. The event marks the first time that the two-time Olympic village has been selected to host the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships and the fifth time the United States has staged it.

Held since 2000, the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships is an annual event organized by the International Skating Union and attracts the most elite senior-level synchronized skating teams from around the world. Traditionally, the top teams have been from Finland, Sweden and Canada. Finnish synchro teams have combined to win 23 medals, while Swedish and Canadian skaters have claimed 12 World Championship medals each. American synchronized skating teams have won six medals.

 

Schedule

Thursday, March 30

8:00 A.M. – PRACTICE ICE – 1980 RINK

8:00 A.M. – PRACTICE ICE – 1932 RINK

Friday, March 31

10:00 A.M. – SP OFFICIAL PRACTICE – 1980 RINK

TBD – FAN FEST – 1932 RINK

5:30 P.M. – OPENING CEREMONY – 1980 RINK

6:00 P.M. – SHORT PROGRAM COMPETITION – 1980 RINK

SMALL MEDAL CEREMONY – 1932 RINK

Saturday, April 1

8:15 A.M. – FS OFFICIAL PRACTICE – 1980 RINK

TBD – FAN FEST – 1932 RINK

3:30 P.M. – FREE SKATE COMPETITION – 1980 RINK

VICTORY CEREMONY – 1980 RINK

Tickets

All-Event Lower Bowl Tickets – $200

World Synchro - Lower Bowl Map


All-Event Upper Bowl Tickets – $165

World Synchro - Upper Bowl Map


Additional Details:

  • All tickets are subject to applicable taxes and fees.
  • To find seating we recommend choosing the desired seating section from the map, indicating the number of seats you would like to purchase, then clicking “Find Best Available”.
  • Both lower and upper bowl all-event tickets will include access to official practices Thursday – Saturday, both the short program and free skate segments and a Fan Fest event on Friday and Saturday.
  • Ticket sales are on a first-come, first-served basis in which spectators will purchase their desired seats directly through the Tixr platform. To guarantee adjacent seating, tickets should be purchased simultaneously. There is no minimum or maximum number of tickets that can be purchased per transaction. There is no group rate or group purchasing option for this event.
  • Any purple or white seats are listed as having a “Restricted View.” When you purchase a restricted view seat, you acknowledge that you are purchasing seat(s) with an obstructed view. This means that part, to the majority of your view of the ice surface may be blocked. All seats do have a view of the video board, which will display the team on the ice during their program and in the kiss and cry. You will be required to acknowledge this information if you purchase a seat of this type.
  • Only digital tickets will be issued. All sales are final, no refunds will be issued for any reason. Tixr does offer the ability to transfer tickets between spectators, click here for details.

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