There are many separate disciplines in figure skating such as Singles, Pair skating, Ice dance, Synchronized skating and Theatre on ice. Each discipline offers multiple levels for competition and testing, with each level building on similar techniques and adhering to level-specific rules and guidelines. Skaters are not limited to one discipline and may choose to test and compete in multiple disciplines.
Theatre On Ice
Theatre On Ice (TOI) is a form of competitive figure skating that is popular in Europe, where it is known as Ballet on Ice. It combines the grace of figure skating with the excitement of theater and dance. Teams consist of between eight and 20 skaters.
Synchronized skating is a team sport where members skate to a program which includes a variety of patterns and formations in unison to music. It is an exciting and beautiful sport to watch and a great way to keep fit, make friends and develop fantastic skating skills.There are divisions for all ages and levels of ability including Aussie Skate, Novice, Junior, Senior, Adult and Open. Team size and elements skated to music are largely determined by the division a team competes within.