Here is the long program from the 2017 ISU World Junior Championships. After an amazing short skate, the Lexettes, Team USA 2, held 5th place. They skated the long program first in the last flight of five teams. The Lexettes earned 7th place overall. This placement combined with the Gold medal at the Mozart Cup made this the most successful season internationally for them.
The Haydenettes long program from the 2017 Synchronized Skating National Championships was featured in the SportsCenter Top 10 last night…it made #6 on the March 6th list. A big thanks to the folks who work on SportsCenter for showing Synchronized skating a little bit of love!
The Haydenettes skated a phenomenal Long program skate to the Prince theme. They earned a season best score of 138.64 points with a combined score of 208.83 and their 25th National Championship title. When the music stopped the whole arena erupted in a standing ovation. The Haydenettes were subsequently named Team USA 1 and will compete in the World Synchronized Skating Championships to be held in Colorado Springs in April.
A view of the Kiss and Cry after the Haydenettes skated a phenomenal Long program skate to the Prince theme. They await their score and the announcement that they are currently in First Place. The feeling of accomplishment after a great skate, a season of hard work and dedicated training.
The Lexettes amazing Long program skated to the Titanic theme at the US Nationals earned them a seasons best score of 99.01. Combined with the short program, the Lexettes earned 164.82 points and the Silver medal! The Lexettes were so excited with their skating and results. They were named Team USA 2 at the World Junior Team Selection Event two week prior and are looking forward to the Junior World Championships being held in Canada in mid-March.
The Haydenettes skated a fantastic short program to a Gladiator theme and earned a seasons best score of 70.19. This put them in First Place, three points above the Crystallettes after the short program. The beautiful and fast program made evident the dedicated training and hard work of all the athletes.
The Lexettes great short program at the US Nationals earned them a seasons best score of 65.81 and put them in First Place after the short program. The skate was beautiful and clean and demonstrated the tremendous hard work and dedication the Lexettes have put in to this year.
Following an awesome short program on Saturday night, the Haydenettes skated a fantastic program and earned another season‘s best score of 126.30 and the Gold metal for the Free Skate. However, Finland‘s Rockettes won the competition with a one point lead in the combined score.
The Haydenettes skated a season‘s best short program to a Gladiator theme at the Leon Lurje Trophy in Sweden. There score was 67.02. After the short program they were a couple of points behind Finland‘s Rockettes.
The Lexettes competed at the Mozart Cup Jan 20th and 21st. After the short program they were in first place with a score of 55.03. They skated last in the Free program and earned a 89.99 and first place overall. Here is the interview with Sarah and Cameron after the event.
The Lexettes skated a season‘s best short program to a Lindsey Sterling mix at the Mozart Cup. Their score was 55.03.
The Haydenettes Freeskate is to a medley of Prince songs. They had a great skate at Cup of Berlin and scored a 124.78 for the program. They came in second overall behind Finland's Marigold Ice Unity.
The 2016 Tree Lighting Skate-tacular at Bryany Park featuring the Haydenettes. Also skating at the event in NYC was Johnny Weir, Javier Fernandez, Kimmie Meissner, Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje. Made possible by Bank of America
The Haydenettes were featured on the Boston TV channel 5 WCVB. Each morning the news station shows a "Wake-up Call" and they highlighted the Haydenettes and promoted the 2016 New England Challenge Cup this weekend.
The Haydenettes were asked by The View to start the #ViewSlide. Here is their video. Visit abc.com/theview for details.
The Haydenettes have their best Free skate of the season and earn the Gold Medal for the Free Skate. This returns them to the podium for the over all competition with their 5th World Championship Bronze Medal! The Haydenettes are Team USA 1. Enjoy
The Haydenettes are 4th after their short program and will skate first in the last flight for the Free Skate. The Haydenettes are Team USA 1. Enjoy
Worlds montage of The championships in Budapest, Hungary. Team USA 1, World Bronze Medalists and Free Program Gold Medalists.
The Haydenettes competed at the first ISU Sanctioned Synchronized Skating competition in China, the Shanghai Trophy. They earned Second over all and second after the short program.
A live, living room concert of the popular band and the Haydenettes synchronised skating team singing along. It was an AMAZING team bonding event with @parachute! Thank you for doing a live concert in our living room. We loved every moment of it! Check it out! ✈ #parachute#parachuteinourlivingroom
Enjoy the Lexettes Short and Long programs from the 2016 JWQ competition. They earned a season high score, a Gold Medal, and the honor of representing the United States at Team USA at the Junior World Championship Cup
The Haydenettes had a wonderful Free program skate at the Leon Lurje Trophy. They earned the Silver medal.
The Haydenettes had a beautiful short program skate to "The Spell" at the Leon Lurje Trophy.
An invitation from the 2015 US Championship Bronze Medalist Metroettes to join their team. Meet the Metroettes and learn all the colleges that they attend.
The Metroettes earned the Minuteman Trophy for being the top Collegiate Division Team at New England Challenge Cup. There were four Collegiate teams from around the New England that competed and the Metroettes earned Gold and the Minuteman Trophy.
The Awards ceremony when US Figure Skating named the Lexettes and Skyliners Junior to the US Figure Skating Synchronized Skating Junior World Team. The two teams will be representing the USA in Croatia at the ISU Junior World Synchronized Skating Championships.
The Lexettes skated a beautiful Free Skate program at the World Junior Team Selection Event and won the event. Their score was 103.43 giving them an overall score of 159.36. US Figure Skating named the Lexettes to the 2015 Synchronized Skating Junior World Team.
Thank you David Brofsky for nominating the Lexettes! We would like to nominate Kendra Flanagan and Erika Hoffman for the ice bucket challenge! Please donate to ALS!
Thank you Robin Greenleaf (and many others) for nominating us for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge! We will all be donating to the ALS Association, and encourage everyone to do the same at http://www.alsa.org/donate/.
We would like to nominate Denver Synchronicity Teams, Metro Edge Figure Skating Club & St Louis Synergy Synchro Skating Teams, Chicago Jazz Synchronized Skating Teams, Synchroettes Synchronized Skating Teams, The Dearborn Crystallettes, Starlights Synchronized Skating Teams, ICE 'Kateers, and Hockettes Synchronized Skating Team!
Free Skating Team United States of America 1 World Synchronized Skating Championships 5 April 2014 Courmayeur Italy
Short Program Team United States of America 1 World Synchronized Skating Championships 4 April 2014 Courmayeur Italy
On March 7th and 8th, the Lexettes competed as Team USA 1 at the 2014 Junior World Challenge Cup in Neuchatel, Switzerland. The Lexettes, who one week earlier, won the 2014 Junior National Championship in Colorado Springs, scored a 44.18 in their Short Program, which put them in 7th place. Team USA 1 scored a 89.67 in their Long Program for a total of 133.85 which put them in 7th place overall. This is the 2nd straight year the Lexettes represented the United States as Team USA 1 in the Junior World Championships.
Recap of the Junior World Challenge Cup: http://www.usfsa.org/Story.asp?id=49984&type=media
Lexettes Long Program from the Junior World Challenge Cup: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/44665252
The Lexettes were Team USA 1 at the 2014 Junior World Synchronized Skating Championships. Here is their short program.
The Lexettes did a "Wake Up Call" for Boston's WCVB Channel 5. This kicked off the morning for the news station! The "Wake Up Call" was also to let everyone know the Lexettes and Haydenettes are off to France for the French Cup! Good luck Haydenettes and Lexettes!
A news story about the Haydenettes and two Connecticut skaters centered around the fact that synchronized skating is not an olympic sport
Back in December, the Lexettes shot a video for US Figure Skating that is being used to welcome all first time Synchro Skaters to Sectionals.
Devin Wang appears in a photo that embodies everything horrific and brave about the 2013 Boston Marathon. Warning: This video contains graphic images.
On May 9th, the Haydenettes were recognized at Fenway Park before a Boston Red Sox game for their tremendous accomplishments both this season and throughout their history.
The Haydenettes welcome all the countries to the United States for the 2013 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships held in Boston.
Each year, Hayden Synchronized Skating hosts a Nationals Send Off Exhibition to celebrate the season and “Send Off” their teams to the US National Championships. The theme for the Exhibition was “I sent my heart to Nationals”.
In this video Kendra Flanagan, Head Coach of the Mini Mates and Mini Shooting Stars, introduces the sport of Synchronized Skating and the Hayden Synchronized Skating Teams, Inc. organization. Skaters talk about their experiences with skating and Hayden Synchronized Skating.
After the introduction, all eleven Hayden Synchro and Esprit de Corp teams skate their programs. The Skate order is: Esprit de Corps Masters, Star Mates, Mini Shooting Stars, Haydenettes, Shooting Stars – Pre Juvenile, Lexettes, Esprit de Corps Adult, Mini Mates, Esprit de Corps Open Adult, Ice Mates, Lexettes, Shooting Stars Preliminary, and the Haydenettes.
The Lexettes competed in their first ever World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships in Helsinki, Finland. Their skates are availble on YouTube.
Hayden Synchronized Skating Teams and Esprit de Corps came together to film a special “Eye Opener” segment for WCVB Channel 5 in Boston on Friday morning Feb 22 at 5:10 and 6:10.
On the morning of Oct 26 on Channel 5 in Boston, Hayden Synchronized Skating's "Good Morning Eye Opener" aired at 5:10am and 6:10am. Here is a link to what they aired, just in case it was a little too early for you to watch. We received great publicity for Sunday's Kick-Off show! If you have a Facebook page or a Twitter account, we ask that you please post this link so that we can spread the word about Sunday's show. We really appreciate any help you can be with this.
On Sunday afternoon, the Haydenettes, Lexettes, Ice Mates, Coaches and Team Managers recorded a video to the hit song “Call Me Maybe.”
The link to this video is below. We would like to expose this video to as many people as possible.
Please post this link on any Facebook and Twitter accounts that you have. Also, please share the link with family and friends and ask them to send it to their friends! This is a very easy way to spread the word abut the Hayden Synchronized Skating organization.
We appreciate any help you can be with this.
The Haydenettes opened their season on August 11th with an Exhibition during the show "A Tribute to Life" in Newington CT. The proceeds from this event benefit the Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Center in Hartford, CT. This story appeared on WFSB-TV, Channel 3, in Hartford, CT.
A video narrated by Scott Hamilton about the Beauty of Synchronized Skating.