Gold medal for Peninsula skater Megan Rebneris

A member of the Peninsula Figure Skating Club (PFSC) recently brought home gold from the Vancouver Island Interclub Competition (VIIC).

  • Nov. 28, 2014 11:00 a.m.

Megan Rebneris (centre) stands with two of her three coaches

SIDNEY – A member of the Peninsula Figure Skating Club (PFSC) recently brought home gold from the Vancouver Island Interclub Competition (VIIC).

Megan Rebneris, 11, competed at the VIIC in Port Alberni on Nov. 22 and took first place in the Star 4 Girls U13 category.

Rebneris, who is coached by Lorraine Hyne, Patrick O’Brien and Victoria Henderson, was the only PFSC competitor at the VICC and the group said they are extremely proud of her achievement.

The next major competition for PFSC skaters, including Rebneris, will be the Vancouver Island Regional Competition which takes place Feb. 6 to 8 at the Archie Browning Arena in Esquimalt.

For more information on recent competition and test results and the PFSC, see pfsc.homestead.com.

— Submitted by PFSC

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