Adult skaters

Aldergrove adult skaters bring home medals

Several adult skaters from the Aldergrove Skating Club competed at the West Coast Challenge this past weekend in Coquitlam.

Several adult skaters from the Aldergrove Skating Club competed at the West Coast Challenge this past weekend in Coquitlam.

This included a first time in competion for Lauren Delucawe, who placed third in the Pre-Introductory Interpretive event.

After a serious injury last year, Heather Steeple came back for her first competition and received the Gold medal in the Pre-Introductory Interpretive event.

In the Introductory Interpretive Sharon Thomsen placed first and Nancy Edwards received the Bronze.

In the Gold level Interpretive event, Roberta Sawatzky skated a beautiful program to “Over the Rainbow” and got the Silver.

At the same venue the Aldergrove Synchronized Skating teams performed award-winning programs. The Ice Silhouette Adult 3 Ice Silhouettes received the Gold medal and the Ice Angels Juvenile team also received the Gold medal. The Beginner 1 Snowflakes skated to a Silver medal.

All the teams had a successful season, winning several medals and having some wonderful skates.

All of the members are now preparing for the Pop Concert set for this Friday, March 7 at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:00 and tickets can be purchased at the door for $7. For further information call 604-857-1696.

Photo below: The Aldergrove Skating Club’s Ice Silhouettes, Ice Angels, and Snowflakes synchronized teams.


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