Coming to Lake Placid March 31 – April 1

Event Projected to Bring Thousands of International Skaters and Spectators to Lake Placid 

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The New York State Olympic Regional Development Authority (Olympic Authority) will host in partnership with U.S. Figure Skating the International Skating Union (ISU) World Synchronized Skating Championships 2023 at the Olympic Center in Lake Placid Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1.

The event is expected to draw thousands of spectators, elite athletes and coaching staff, including more than 20 teams with over 500 athletes from 20 countries competing for the title of world champion. This marks the first time the two-time Olympic Village of Lake Placid has been selected to host this international championship and only the fifth time it’s been hosted in the United States. Teams are starting to be named and just recently Nexxice Seniors and Les Supremes Seniors were named by Skate Canada to the ISU World Synchro Championships.

Thursday, March 30

8:00 am – Practice – 1980 Herb Brooks Arena

8:00 am – Practice – 1932 Jack Shea Arena

Friday, March 31 – 1980 Herb Brooks Arena

10:00 am – Short Program Official Practice

5:30 pm – Opening Ceremony

6:00 pm – Short Program Competition

Post Competition – Small Medal Ceremony

Saturday, April 1 – 1980 Herb Brooks Arena

8:15 am – Free Skate Official Practice

3:30 pm – Free Skate Competition

Post competition – Victory Ceremony

All-event lower bowl tickets for all ages for the two days of competition are $200, while tickets in the upper bowl are $165.  Further event details and tickets are available at