Magic Diamonds


What started off as a small group of skaters, trying to be a synchronized team, finally went from 0 up to 100. At the beginning, fun was the most important aspect and competitions were a nice experience. But after a two-weeks training camp in Canada in the summer of 2001 and after the team was taken over by Marie Therese Kreiselmeyer in the season 2002, many things changed. That season we became Bavarian Junior Champions for the first time and because of our 2nd place at Junior Nationals we were allowed to participate in our first international competition. In the season 2002/2003 we went straight up. After an awesome 2nd place at the Dinslaken Trophy we became Bavarian Junior Champions again and one month later we captured the National Junior title. Reaching this amazing goal showed us, that our practice sessions - during which fun is never left aside - payed off. After international competitons in Prague (CZE) and Milan (ITA) we finished in 14th place in our first participation in the Junior World Challenge Cup in Kungsbacka (SWE).
In the next season we reached the 2nd place at the Dinslaken Trophy as well as at the German Junior Championships in Oberstdorf. In Helsinki, where we got 8th place, we became so motivated, by the outstanding performances of the best teams of the world that we won the Swiss Cup in Widnau some weeks later. After our former choreographer Pia Ek from Finland had to stop working with us because of pregnancy, Andrea Sommerfeldt, a choreographer coming from Chemnitz, took us over in autumn of the season 2004/05. Marie-Therese Kreiselmeyer still remained beeing our head coach. Because of this we started too late in the new season. First we hadn't enough skaters, were behind with practice and so we just took 3rd place at the German Junior Championships. Nevertheless we didn't give up and so we were able to defend our title at the Bavarian Championships for the 4th time in series. Afterwards we got the 8th place at the Prague Cup in the Czech Republic and we reached an outstanding 2nd place at the Zagreb Snowflakes Trophy in Croatia.
In December of 2005 our christmas wish came true: we became German Junior Champions in Synchronized Scating. Height of the season was the 9th place of World Challenge Cup in Helsinki (FIN).

To the season 2007/2008 we met a new challenge. Many skaters reached the maximum age for a junior team but wanted to continue the SYS sports. Some other experienced skaters joined us and we found a Senior Team. Although we are new in the "Meisterklasse SYS" we came in second in "Deutsche Meisterschaften 2008"