The great finals of senior at the Ice Ball Hall of the Sports House ended with 14. Trophy of Zagreb Fleurs, a major international synchronized skating competition that gathered more than 600 skates in two days, 30 teams from the 9 world countries.
More than 3.000 viewers were captured by the American skaters Skyliners. With 153,17 points in a dense fight for less than a point behind, they were left by the wretched Team Berlin (152,53), while the bronze Hungarian Team Passion (130,57).
The Croatian national team, Zagreb's flakes, retained the fourth place, and in the excellent program sketched on the Beatles compilation, they collected a total of 102,06 points.
- I'm happy with the performance, I'm happy that the girls have been rid of and how we rated it. We had one big injury on the official training morning, a first-hand skater had injured her leg and could not play, so she was swinging for the last time. Three weeks ago we were in the international competition in Salzburg, where we won 95 points, this is a hundred and was our goal, and now we have crossed it. Now we have six weeks of final preparation for the Colorado Springs World Championship, and this Trophy has been a great motivation for us – said Nataša Bahat, senior coach of the Zagrebačke pahuljica team.
America also has the best junior teams, with 125,48 points being celebrated by Starlights, Silver Swedes, Convivium Team (123,60) and Bronze Team Berlin (121,89). Junior Sweets from Zagreb fell from sixth to seventh place (68,37).
The same position was also taken in the category Mixed Age with 25,54 points, and won the German Starlets (51,39) in front of two Hungarian Sports Magic Club (49,86) and Black Rose (44,27) teams.
That's why two Silver Pahuljice won in cadet and young age. Cadet with 31,11 points, and better were only the Italians, Shining Blades (38,64), while in our young cadets, our team who collected 31,45 points won the Hungarian Magic Magic Club (33,13). The second Croatian team, Ice Cats, was the fourth with 18,87 points.
(Croatian Sliding Association)