- Team Crystal Ice Junior (RUS) Team Crystal Ice Junior (RUS)
- Team Haydenettes (USA) Team Haydenettes (USA)
- Team Iceskateers Elite Junior (AUS) Team Iceskateers Elite Junior (AUS)
- Team Icicles Senior (GBR) Team Icicles Senior (GBR)
- Team Paradise (RUS) Team Paradise (RUS)
- Team Seaside Junior (SWE) Team Seaside Junior (SWE)
Starting Season 2019/20, the ISU will support a group of identified ISU Members traditionally staging International Synchronized Skating Competitions in Europe being part of the ISU Event Calendar and new International Synchronized Skating Competitions in Asia and in the North America.
The Challenger Series Synchronized Skating will consist of up to five (5) International Competitions linked together and giving adequate opportunities for many Teams to compete at the international level and earn World Standing Points and to get prepared for competing at the ISU Championships; as well to increase the opportunity for Officials to officiate at an international level.
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Les Suprêmes of Canada claimed their first World title and the third for Canada. To the delight of the crowd, they did it on home ice at the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships in Hamilton (CAN) Saturday.