Hannah Corven of the Nelson Figure Skating Club earned a Silver Rating in the STAR 2 category during the West Kootenay Invitational Competition in Rossland last week.

Medal haul for Nelson figure skaters

Nelson Figure Skating Club notches strong performances in Rossland.

It was a great weekend on the ice in Rossland.

Members of the Nelson Figure Skating Club notched all around strong performances last weekend at the West Kootenay Invitational Competition.

The event proved to be a good test for the team. With a new coaching model, several veteran skaters returning from injuries and others skaters just beginning their competition careers, the Nelson club is currently in rebuilding mode.

“I felt our skaters performed their programs very well and had a lot of fun,” said coach Yoshie Measures.

“I saw a lot of smiles from our skaters coming off the ice and was pleased with the encouragement the rest of the Nelson skaters gave to those who were performing.”

The weekend competition consisted of High Tests held on Friday afternoon, Freeskate programs on  Saturday with Dance and Elements tests held on Sunday.

The Skaters will be back in competitive action soon as the West Kootenay Regional Championships take place Janury 31 to February 2 in Beaver Valley.

The following are a list of results for Nelson skaters:

STAR 1:

Aurora Panko-Dool — Silver Rating

Lulu Nyiti ­— Gold Rating

Courtney Donaldson — Silver Rating

STAR 2:

Tia Berens — Silver Rating

Leo Measures — Bronze Rating

Lila McKechnie — Gold Rating

Helena Keating — Gold Rating

Hannah Corven — Silver Rating

STAR 3:

Isabella Kroker-Kimber — Silver Rating

STAR 4 (13 and over):

Morgan Sabo — Bronze Medal

Courtney Shrieves — 4th

STAR 5 (Under 15):

Charly DeFouw — Silver Medal

STAR 5  (13 and over):

Breanna Tomilin — 5th

Pre-Introductory Interpretive

Charly DeFouw — Gold Medal

Introductory Interpretive

Morgan Sabo — 4th

Courtney Shrieves — 5th

Bronze Interpretive

Breanna Tomilin — 4th

Jr. Bronze Dance Solo

Lila McKechnie — 5th

Sr. Bronze Dance Solo

Courtney Shrieves — Bronze Medal

Sr. Silver Dance Solo

Christina Champlin — Gold Medal

Breanna Tomilin — Silver Medal

Elements 1 – Group 1

Helena Keating — Bronze Medal

Elements 1 – Group 4

Isabella Kroker-Kimber — Bronze Medal

Elements 2 – Group 1

Charly DeFouw — Bronze Medal

Elements 2 – Group 2

Breanna Tomilin — Bronze Medal

Complete results from Rossland are available at nelsonfigureskatingclub.ca.

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