ISI Skating Teams

ISI Skating Teams

Skaters from our 3 locations are eligible to compete on the teams at ISI (Ice Sports Industry) local, national and international events. When competing at ISI competitions, skaters can compete in both individual and team events to earn medals. While a skater earns individual awards, they also earn team points and compete against other rinks for overall team trophies.

Team Skating

We encourage skating at both an individual level and as part of a team. Our team opportunities are fun, challenging and include:

Synchronized Teams –  A popular skating discipline requiring teamwork and the original form of group skating events. Comprised of 8 – 24 skaters, synchronized skating stresses the importance of unison, accuracy of formations and synchronization of the team.  Elements are performed as one unit as opposed to individual soloists and are divided by age and team ability level.

Production Teams – A team event where all ages and levels can participate. Comprised of 8 – 32 skaters, production teams focus on the use of costumes and props to illustrate the program, and while any skating maneuvers can be performed at any level, there is no technical score.

Theatre on Ice (TOI) – Theatre on Ice is a competitive skating team that merges jumps, spins, unique choreography, and synchronized skating to tell a story or convey emotions. Our Theatre on Ice teams allow any age and skill level, and are designed to bring out the most artistic side of figure skating.

Ensemble Teams – open to teams of 3 – 7 skaters form all levels and ages. This event is similar to a “group spotlight” performance where use of optional costumes and props create an entertaining routine with no required maneuvers and no technical score.

Jump and Spin Teams – In this event music is not required and teams of 4 or more skaters perform a specified selection of jumps and spins. Each member on the team performs one maneuver.

Team Compulsory Teams (Six packs) – a team event with 6 or 7 skaters competing at a specific level, with each skater performs one of the 6 or 7 required maneuvers from that corresponding level. This event is set to music and can also use props to enhance the performance.

Kaleidoskate Teams – Consisting of 8 or more skaters from all ages and levels, kaleidoskate teams work together to create changing formations and resemble unique visual patterns similar to those seen in a kaleidoscope.



TBSA-Countryside 2024-2025 Team Information coming this fall

For additional information please contact Sha’Non McManus


Clearwater Ice Arena 2024-2025 Team Information coming this fall

For additional information please contact Alex Nasca


TBSA-Oldsmar 2024-2025 Team Information coming this fall

For additional please contact Georgia Fuller

Please contact the respective location for additional information about team tryouts or registration.