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Bumblebees Logo Division - Novice
Coach - Kelley McCarthy
Requirements - Skaters nearing the end of Learn to Skate or equivalent should ask for information. Bumblebees feeds directly into the Novice team the Jitterbugs and is the best way to prepare for the National level divisions. New skaters are always welcome and this division is lots of fun!


Jitterbugs logo Division - Novice
Coaches - Natalie Fardella and Rachel Norman
Requirements - All skaters must have completed the Learn to Skate program or equivalent. They are also required to pass the State Level Preliminary pattern tests before being eligible to compete with the team at Nationals.

Synchronised Ice Skating Perth

Synchronised Skating - The New Force In Figure Skating!

A Synchronised Skating team comprises 12-16 skaters, all working in unison to present formations, spins, lifts and footwork of varying degrees of complexity. It is fast, exciting and challenging, but in a team environment.

If you're looking for something different that is social, fun and challenging, synchronised skating may be for you. We have beginners as well as more advanced teams. Synchronised skating debuted at the World Figure Skating Championships in America in 2000. Australian teams have already competed internationally, and Infusion won the 2014 Australian Figure Skating Championships.

Check Out Ice Synchro WA

For more information on Synchronised Ice Skating here in Perth visit the Ice Synchro WA website.

Infusion Open

Infusion Open



- Open
Coaches - Dani Broughton and Ashlynn MacLellan
About - Most of the skaters have come up from the Jitterbugs.


Infusion logo Division - Senior
Coach - Genevieve Hohnen
Assistant Coach - Kelley McCarthy
Requirements - All skaters are required to pass the State Level Preliminary, Elementary and Pre-Primary pattern tests before being eligible to compete with the team at Nationals.

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