Big medal haul for local skaters

Castlegar Skating Club members competed in a competition in Fruitvale recently.

Beaver Valley competition skaters pictured: Back Row from left – Zoey Crockart

Hot on the heels of the Learn To Skate Seminar hosted by the Castlegar Skating Club on November 3rd, 2012,  was the West Kootenay Invitational Competition in Beaver Valley November 30 – December 2nd, 2012.  It was a fun weekend in Fruitvale with great results and personal accomplishments by club skaters.  Results from the Beaver Valley competition were as follows:

Freeskate Category Assessments STAR 1:  Hailey Gleboff – Bronze, Allison Soukeroff – Gold, Jennifer Buskas – Silver, Tara Gleboff – Silver.

Freeskate Category Assessments STAR 2:  Sarah Cousins – Bronze, Erin Klashinsky – Silver, Zoey Crockart – Bronze, Annika Cheveldave – Bronze, Megan Cousins – Silver, Sara Lefurgey – Silver, Candice Soukeroff – Bronze.

Elements Category – Preliminary Elements:  Erin Klashinsky – 2nd Place (Silver Medal), Annika Cheveldave – 1st Place (Gold Medal), Sara Lefurgey – 4th Place, Candice Soukeroff – 3rd Place (Bronze Medal).

The Castlegar Skating Club has also been busy with test days, which were held at the Castlegar Complex  over the holidays, and is preparing for the Kootenay Regional Championships Feb 1 – 3rd, 2013 in Nelson.

 

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