KICKS Synchronized Ice Skating
With skaters aged 6-18 years, KICKS Synchronized Ice Skating is
dedicated to making a positive impact on the children involved in
the sport of synchronized skating. The values and lessons of
commitment, dedication, teamwork, and sportsmanship that the
skaters learn through their participation will shape and grow with
them during their childhood.
Synchronized skating is the fastest growing discipline within
the U.S. Figure Skating Association. Teams of 8-16 skaters perform
fast-paced routines consisting of complex formation, intricate
transitions, and unique choreography. Synchronized skating offers
skaters opportunities to compete at all levels, Beginner through
Collegiate. KICKS Synchronized Ice Skating was established in 1999,
and currently averages 40 skaters of various ages. Our skaters are
from the Greater Green Bay Area, and skate at the De Pere Ice
Arena. We will compete throughout the Midwest.
KICKS Synchronized Skating Teams appreciate your support in
helping us to represent the Greater Green Bay Figure Skating Club
to the world of skating.