Jingle Blades for skaters

Three Aldergrove skaters came home with medals from the annual Jingle Blades competition

Aldergrove Skating Club members with their “Jingle Blades” awards.

Three Aldergrove skaters came home with medals from the annual Jingle Blades competition at the Grandview Skating Club in Vancouver, held on Nov. 25 – 27.

Tia Flello skated an almost clean program and received all her calls to achieve a Gold medal in the Star 5 Girls 13 and over event.

In the Star 4 Girls 13 and over, Lexus Lomas skated a solid program to place first and also receive the Gold.

In the Star 6 Girls group Cora-Lee Hagel came away with the Silver medal.

Several of the Aldergrove skaters moved up to the new category of Star 2. In this event the skaters are adjudicated and not ranked. Each skater receives either a Bronze, Silver or Gold ribbon. Ava Bush had a fantastic performance, receiving Gold level on all her elements to receive the Gold ribbon.

Camryn Blunden and Alex Webber achieved the Silver ribbon and Paige Trottier and Haylee Zacharias received the Bronze ribbon.

Also competing this weekend were:

Kristen Geisbrecht – Introductory Interpretive;

Allison Campbell – Bronze Interpretive;

Georgia Phillips – Star 1;

Hannah Smethurst – Star 1;

Victoria Smethurst – Star 1;

Courtney Watson – Star 4;

Tarra Lomas – Star 5.


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