Aldergrove Skating Club excels

Aldergrove Club has five Synchronized skating teams that all competed this past weekend, Dec. 12, at the South Surrey arena.

Aldergrove's medal winning adult skaters are

Aldergrove Adult skaters have a successful day

Six Aldergrove Skaters had a very successful day at the BC/YK Adult Competition at the South Surrey arena on Dec. 12.

In the Bronze Freeskate Event, Rosalyn Zacharias skated a solid program finishing in first place for the Gold.

In the Introductory Interpretive, competing for the first time, Katie Loadman received the Gold and Linda Maundrell came home with the Bronze.

In the Silver Interpretive, Natasha Busch, in her first Adult competition, received the Bronze medal.

And in the Gold Interpretive event Natasha Woods, skated a beautiful program to Sam Smith’s “How will I know” to receive the Gold medal.

Skating to “Bring in the clowns”, Roberta Sawatzky came home with the Silver medal.

PHOTO: Aldergrove Skating Club’s Beginner Snowflakes, Elementary Icicles, Novice Ice Angels, Pre-Novice Black Ice, managers and coaches.

Aldergrove Synchronized Skating teams bring home Gold

The Aldergrove Club has five Synchronized skating teams that all competed this past weekend, Dec. 12, at the South Surrey arena.

The Adult 3 team, skated two solid programs, but were the only team registered in this category, so only did an exhibition skate. This team will be traveling to Mississauga, Ontario at the beginning of January to skate at the Winterfest Competition.

The Beginner team had fun portraying Mary Poppins, this team has many new skaters to synchro, but skated their best and won the Bronze medal.

The Elementary Icicles team has worked hard this season, coming together with new skaters. They placed first after their first skate and second after the second skate, to finish with a Silver medal.

The Pre-Novice team, having fun skating to Pitch Perfect music, had two solid skates to come home with the Gold Medal.

The Novice team, skating in this competitive category for the first time, surpassed expectations and skated two strong routines, to also come home with the Gold Medal.

The Beginner, Elementary, Pre-Novice and Novice teams will be traveling to Edmonton at the end of January to compete at the Regional Mountain Championships.  The Novice team will be hoping to repeat strong performances to qualify to go onto the National event in Waterloo, Ontario in February.

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