Golden Touch Blog
Revolution Ice Unity skaters share more about their philosophy on life and skating in the Golden Touch blog. See why we’re so committed to breaking old stereotypes and doing things differently—and having fun as our adult synchro skating team learns and grows.
TheBurg Podcast chats with Kasey Jordan about her sports psychology career path and how it has applied to creating a new adult synchro team.
TheBurg, a Harrisburg-area monthly magazine and daily online news site, profiles RIU adult synchro skating this September.
Kasey Jordan, Revolution Ice Unity skater and instructor, recommends comfortable—and functional—clothing for adult synchro skaters.
Mentoring impacted RIU skater Kristina Pae’s success on the ice. Now, she gets to pay it forward with new teammates.
For RIU adult synchro skater Nan Horner, skating has always been her go-to place and her version of therapy: Ice Therapy.
Read five reasons why you’ll love synchro from 20-year synchro skating veteran, Kasey Jordan, of Revolution Ice Unity.
Adult synchronized skating is more than just competing. Teammates on the ice become friends and supporters off the ice.
Sometimes the right combination of talents and a touch of magic come together. Read about RIU’s origins in this blog entry.
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Meet the Skaters
Revolution Ice Unity adult synchronized skaters are fascinating women with impressive careers. They are also really great people with an unbreakable bond with each other.
We are more than just friends—we are family. Learn about the individual skaters who make this group so special.
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