The Haydenettes: Hannah Brofsky, Sofia Capito, Sarah Checkosky, Cameron Feeley, Cayton Fitzgerald, Leah Gens, Sarah Gill, Andi Gottfried, Tessa Hedges, Eri Lee, Stephen Murray, Sharon Neff, Katey Nyquist, Carmela Mariz Olarte, Samantha Pearsall, Kathleen Rice, Annmarie Schmid, Sarah Shorter, Hannah Stodola, and Hanna Tuomi
Head Coach and Choreographer: Saga Krantz
Haydenettes Gold Medal Free Skate at the 2016 World Championships
2018 National Champions
26 Time National Champions
The Haydenettes are the Hayden Synchronized Skating Team's senior level team. They compete in the highest division of competitive figure skating, the same as Olympic singles, pairs, and dance. The athletes are 18 to 26 years old and come from across the country and globe to skate for the Haydenettes. Each season, it is the team's mission to continue to win World Championship medals and remain one of the best synchronized skating teams in the world.
The Haydenettes are the 2017 U.S. National Gold Medalists and earned fourth place in the World Championships. They are the most successful U.S. synchronized skating team in the history of the sport, having earned 25 U.S. National Gold Medals, five World Bronze Medals (2010-2013, 2016) and have represented the U.S. in every World Championship since the International Skating Union (ISU) sanctioned the first World Championship event in 2000. The Haydenettes have won numerous medals at competitions all around the world, outside of the world championships, including China, France, Germany, Switzerland, and Austria.
The Haydenettes are sought after for team personal appearances, ice skating shows, exhibitions and corporate events. The team has appeared on NBC's TODAY show live from Rockefeller Centre multiple times, The Holiday Tree Lighting at The Pond at Bryant Park, televised by CBS-TV, appearances in ice shows telecast by ESPN and the team was featured on ESPN's E:60, LifeTime TV, and COMCAST'S CN8.
Exhibitions and Competitions
|Oct 28, 17||Philadelphia Inventational||1 62.90+98.30=161.20|
|Nov 24, 17||ISU Shanghai Trophy||5 62.75+116.18=178.9|
|Jan 05, 18||Colonial Classic||Exhib (118.64 Free)|
|Jan 19, 18||Neuchatel Trophy||3 65.63+120.20=185.3|
|Jan 27, 18||Leon Lurje Trophy||1 73.03+124.10=197.1|
|Feb 22, 18||2018 US National Championships||1 73.17+130.88=204.0|
|Apr 06, 18||World Synchronized Skating Championships||7 71.22+119.97=191.1|