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Synchronized Skating is one of the fastest growing disciplines in U.S. Figure Skating in which 8-16 skaters perform together on the ice at one time. The sport incorporates teamwork, speed, complex formations, intricate choreography, and challenging step sequences in order to perform elements such as blocks, circles, wheels, and lines.

The Michigan State University Synchronized Skating Team is proud to provide MSU students with the opportunity to continue their skating careers in college and compete against other Collegiate and Open Collegiate teams across the country. 

As a Registered Student Organization MSUSST is completely self-run, composed of full-time college students who set out to achieve a high level of excellence both in the classroom and on the ice.
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