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About Us

Over the past 21 years Mirror Images has been thrilled to create wonderful moments and memories on and off the ice with hundreds of skaters. Since beginning in 2001 with 13 members on a Teen Introductory team, Mirror Images has grown and continued to evolve with the sport of synchronized skating. Through 2014, MI focused on advancing the skills of youth skaters offering a variety of levels and teams. In 2015, MI expanded to offer area college skaters the opportunity to keep skating as they pursued their studies. In 2016, MI expanded again with the Open Masters division for adult skaters. In 2019, MI offered a second competitive adult level and made their first trip to Nationals with a Collegiate team. Last season, MI added another youth line with Preliminary bringing Mirror Images to 8 competitive teams and over 80 skaters. 

Our season starts in late August and winds up in March. Each team has assigned practice times on the ice at various rinks in Rochester and many of the teams have off-ice practices once or twice a month. Depending on team level, the skaters participate in physical workouts, yoga, and ballet.  In our off season, skaters practice skills to improve their training.  Our goal is that every skater has a place, whether they are a beginner or experienced, young or old.  Our skaters are able to grow with our program and transition onto elite level teams when they choose based on the skills they develop.

Latest News

On our annual MI 5K and BBQ has been rescheduled for 10/14/23 at Fellows Road Park in Fairport. We would love to see skaters, families, and alumni there! See the MI5K page for details about signing up and the leaderboard. Stay tuned!

Team Building

Whether it's team specific activities or MI wide, our skaters like to have fun together on and off the ice - we truly have a​ family feel. Some of our favorite activities include rafting,  the annual 5K, the BBQ, and the camp out.


Check out photos from season's past here!

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Empowering Athletes

We believe that synchronized skating promotes strong individuals both on and off the ice.  We develop lifelong skills and friendships from our time together. We learn to lift eac​h other up - literally - and support one another through thick and thin. We share common goals, we work together, and we keep things positive. While we work hard, we also know have to have fun!

Giving Back​

Mirror Images skaters like to give back to the community and are always looking for ways to be involved. We regularly participate in local Amerk's games for the holidays and Breast Cancer awareness; we support various walks for Pancreatic and Breast cancer, do area clean-ups, fall leaf raking, and support families during the holidays. Many of ​our skaters work with the local adaptive skating program as well. 

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