PFSC skates to success

Competitors at the Island Interclub Competition earn medals

Skaters from the Peninsula Figure Skating Club (from left) Emma Collins

Skaters from the Peninsula Figure Skating Club competed at the Vancouver Island Interclub competition in Fuller Lake Nov. 15 to 17 with some impressive results.

Emma Collins placed 6th in the Elements 1, Group 3 category and was awarded the Bronze Performance Ribbon in Star 3, Girls Group 2.

Megan Rebneris took the gold in Introductory Interpretive and the Silver Performance Ribbon in Star 3, Girls Group 2. Rebneris also passed her Introductory Interpretive skating test during the competition.

Rounding out the success of the club at the competition was Madey Harrison who took the gold in Pre-Introductory Interpretive and Saffron Hilder who took top spot in the Juvenile Women U14 category.

“I’m very proud of the skaters who competed at the Vancouver Island Interclub Competition,” said the club’s coach, Lorraine Hyne, adding that competitors are now looking forward to training for the next round of tests in December and January and the next competition, the Vancouver Island Regional Championships, in February at Kerry Park Recreation Centre in Mill Bay.

For more information on the club and the latest results from tests and competitions visit pfsc.homestead.com.

reporter@peninsulanewsreview.com

 

 

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