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Capital Ice Chips

The Capital Ice Chips skate in the Intermediate category. Skaters must be under age 18 and have passed the juvenile moves in the field test to skate for the Capital Ice Chips.

2018-2019 Awards so far:

  • 9-Time National Team
  • Bronze Medalists – Midwestern Synchro Sectional Championships, Kalamazoo MI
  • Silver Medalists – Dr. Richard Porter Synchronized Classic, Ann Arbor MI
  • Gold Medalists – Maplewood Synchro Classic, Minneapolis MN
  • Gold Medalists – Foot of the Lakes Synchro Classic, Fond du Lac WI

Capital Ice Chill

The team competes in the Open Juvenile category, and skaters must be under age 20 and have passed the pre-preliminary moves in the field test to skate for the Capital Ice Chill.

2018-2019 Awards so far:

  • 7th Place – Maplewood Synchro Classic, Minneapolis MN
  • Gold Medalists – Northern Lights Competition, East Grand Forks MN
  • Gold Medalists – Red River Valley Competition, Moorhead MN

Capital Ice Connection

The Capital Ice Connection competes in the juvenile category. Skaters must be under 13 and have passed the pre-juvenile moves in the field test to qualify to skate with the Connection.

2018-2019 Awards so far:

  • 3-Time National Team
  • Bronze Medalists – Midwestern Synchro Sectional Championships, Kalamazoo MI
  • Gold Medalists – Maplewood Synchro Classic, Minneapolis MN
  • Gold Medalists – Foot of the Lakes Synchro Classic, Fond du Lac WI

Capital Ice Crystals

The Capital Ice Crystals compete at the pre-juvenile level. Passing the pre-preliminary moves in the field test is required to skate with the Crystals and the majority of skaters must be under the age of 12.

2018-2019 Awards so far:

  • Gold Medalists – Maplewood Synchro Classic, Minneapolis MN
  • Gold Medalists – Northern Lights Competition, East Grand Forks MN
  • Gold Medalists – Red River Valley Competition, Moorhead MN

Capital Ice Cadence

The Capital Ice Cadence compete at the preliminary level. Skaters must be under age 12, with the majority being under 10.

2018-2019 Awards so far:

  • Gold Medalists – Maplewood Synchro Classic, Minneapolis MN
  • Gold Medalists – Northern Lights Competition, East Grand Forks MN
  • Bronze Medalists (skating at the pre-juvenile level) – Red River Valley Competition, Moorhead MN

Capital Ice Cascades

The Capital Ice Cascades compete at the Synchro Skills 2 level. The majority of skaters on this team must be aged 9-11. Preferred skating level is free skate or pre-free skate. Skaters cannot have passed any test higher than preliminary and the majority must be “no test” skaters.

2018-2019 Awards so far:

  • Gold Medalists – Maplewood Synchro Classic, Minneapolis MN
  • Silver Medalists – Northern Lights Competition, East Grand Forks MN
  • Gold Medalists – Red River Valley Competition, Moorhead MN

Capital Ice Cubes Black

The Capital Ice Cubes Black compete at the Synchro Skills 1 level. The majority of skaters must be under age 9 and should be at least Basic 4 or higher. Skaters cannot have passed any test higher than preliminary and the majority must be “no test” skaters.

2018-2019 Awards so far:

  • Gold Medalists – Maplewood Synchro Classic, Minneapolis MN
  • Silver Medalists – Northern Lights Competition, East Grand Forks MN
  • Gold Medalists – Red River Valley Competition, Moorhead MN

Capital Ice Cubes Blue

The Capital Ice Cubes compete at the Snowplow Sam level. The majority of skaters must be under age 9 and should be at least Basic 4 or higher. Skaters cannot have passed any test higher than preliminary and the majority must be “no test” skaters.

2018-2019 Awards so far:

  • Gold Medalists – Northern Lights Competition, East Grand Forks MN
  • Fifth Place (skating at the Synchro Skills 1 level) – Red River Valley Competition, Moorhead MN

Capital Ice Champion “chips”

The Capital Ice Champion “chips” are a non-competing team that skates at the Snowplow Sam level. It is an introductory level team that does not travel to competitions but performs at exhibitions and the annual Ice Show.