Haydenettes set to show their on-ice prowess ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff The Haydenettes are a world-renowned synchronized skating team made up of 20 skaters based in Lexington. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Synchronized skating requires all-around skills, coach Saga Krantz said. “You have to be good at everything,” she said. “You have to be a good single skater, ice dancer, and a pair skater." Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff It's a sport "full of risks," Krantz said. “If one person falls, the chance that they take someone else with them is huge." Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff The Haydenettes are campaigning to make synchronized skating an Olympic sport. It is the only designated skating discipline not sanctioned by the Olympics. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff There is no TV coverage of the synchronized skating world championships, and little media coverage. But awareness of the sport is growing slowly. Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff Skaters like Devin Wang have a lot of dedication, Krantz said. “It’s a serious sport,” she added. “They look cute and girly on the ice, they may giggle, but this, for them, is what they’ve been thinking of for years.’’ Stan Grossfeld/Globe Staff The Haydenettes have won a record 21 national championships. With no other team winning more than three, they are the Boston Celtics of synchronized skating.