The XXIV Olympic Winter Games will take place from February 4th to 20th in Beijing. Four SCNY athletes will be participating.
Representing the United States are Ashley Cain-Gribble and her partner Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC).
Representing Israel in the Men's event is Alexei Bychenko and in the Pairs event Evgeni Krasnopolski and his partner Hailey Kops.
Alexia Paganini is representing Switzerland in the Women's. Good Luck Team USA, Team Israel and Team Switzerland!
The 2022 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships concluded January 9th at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. Eighteen SCNY members and associate members competed at the junior and senior level. Congratulations, all participants. We are so proud of ALL of you! Here is a recap of the results and the International assignments:
Ashley Cain-Gribble and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, Assoc SCNY) win their second US title and are named to the 2022 Olympic team and World Championships.
Jessica Calalang (DuPage FSC) & Brian Johnson won the Silver Medal for the third straight season, they are 1st alternates for the Olympic Team and 1st alternates for the World Championships
Ava Ziegler - Silver Medal
Lindsay Thorngren (5) – 2022 Olympics Alternate 1, World Championship Alternate 2
Audrey Shin (6) - Four Continents Championships
Rena Ikenishi, (13)
Camden Pulkinen (5)- Four Continents Championships, Olympic Team Alternate 2 and World Championships Alternate 2
Katie McBeath (Winterherst FSC) & Nathan Bartholomay (5) - Four Continents Championships
Kate Finster & Matej Silecky (7)
Anastasiia Smirnova and Danil Siianytsia (W/D) - World Junior Championships
Christina Carriera & Anthony Ponomarenko (SC of SF) (7) - Four Continents and World Championships Alternate 3
Eva Pate (Strongsville FSC) & Logan Bye (8) - Four Continents Championships Alternate 1
Katie Krafchik (14)
Cate Fleming & Chase Finster (6) - World Junior Championships Alternate 2
Brooke Barrett (SC of Boston) & Levon Davis (8)
Mandy Romero & Kristofer Ogren (Kansas City FSC) (9)
Oona Brown and Gage Brown (W/D) - World Junior Championships
Twenty-five SCNY athletes will be competing at the 2022 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships Jan. 3-9, 2022 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Ashley Cain-Gribble & Timothy Le Duc (LAFSC)
Jessica Catalang (DuPage FSC) & Brian Johnson
Kate Finster & Matej Silecky
Chelsea Liu & Danny O'Shea
Katie McBeath (Winterherst FSC) & Nathan Bartholomay
Anastasiia Smirnova & Danil Siianytsia (All Year FSC)
Christina Carriera & Anthony Ponomarenko (SC of SF)
Avonley Nguyen & Grigory Smirnov
Eva Pate (Strongsville FSC) & Logan Bye
Brooke Barrett (SC of Boston) & Levon Davis
Cate Fleming & Chase Finster
Mandy Romero & Kristofer Ogren (Kansas City FSC)
Oona Brown & Gage Brown
Congratulations to SCNY member and two-time Olympic judge Lucy Joyce Brennan on being elected to the US Figure Skating Hall of Fame! The induction ceremony is at the US National Championships in Nashville January 9th. A well deserved honor!
With more than 60 years of service as an official, Lucy Joyce Brennan has judged and refereed at multiple Olympics, World Championships, World Junior Championships and other major ISU events. She has received numerous awards, including the 2006 ISU Gold Award of Merit. She judged at the 1988 Calgary Olympic Games (ladies) and 2002 Salt Lake City Oympic Games (pairs). She is the first American woman to serve as an ISU championship referee in singles and pairs. Mrs. Brennan, a longtime member of The Skating Club of New York, has also served as the chief referee at the 2001 U.S. Championships and is the long-time chief referee of SCNY's Middle Atlantic Figure Skating Championships..
Due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, the 2022 U.S. Figure Skating Championship Series is being for the 2021-22 season as part of the . The series of eight competitions replaces the traditional U.S. Qualifying Season competitions. Advancement to Nationals will be based on each skaters’ highest score earned rather than placement at each competition and the approved advancement criteria can be found here. Qualification to the National High Performance Development Team will also be based on highest score and additional details can be found within the series handbook.
The following are the results of the competitions in which SCNY skaters medaled:
Alpharetta, Georgia - Nov. 17-20, 2021
|Senior Ladies -Silver
|Junior Ladies A -Bronze
|Novice Ladies Group B - Gold
|Novice Ladies Group B -Bronze
|Novice Ladies Group C - Bronze
|Sylvia Li, North Jersey FSC &
|Novice Dance - Bronze
|Rowan Le Coq
|Intermediate Ladies Group A - Gold
|Juvenile Girls - Pewter
Norwood, Massachusetts - Nov. 9-13, 2021
|Senior Ladies - Silver
|Anastasiia Smirnova &
|Senior Pairs - Gold
|Danil Siianytsia, All Year FSC
|Junior Ladies Champion
|Junior Ladies A - Gold
|Junior Ladies B - Silver
|Novice Ladies Group B -Silver
|Novice Ladies Group A -Bronze
|Novice Ladies Group B- Bronze
|Intermediate Ladies Group B - Pewter
|Intermediate Ladies Group C - Pewter
|Intermediate Ladies Group D - Pewter
|Intermediate Men's Champion - Gold
|Juvenile Girls Group D - Gold
|Juvenile Girls Group D - Silver
|Juvenile Girls Group E - Silver
|Juvenile Girls Group E - Bronze
|Juvenile Girls Group D - Pewter
|Juvenile Boys - Gold
Leesburg, Virginia - Oct. 27-30, 2021
|Senior Ladies Champion
|Senior Ladies - Bronze
|Junior Ladies Champion
|Junior Ladies Group B - Bronze
|Novice Ladies Group D - Silver
|Novice Ladies Group C - Silver
|Novice Ladies Group D - Bronze
|Novice Ladies Group D - Pewter
|Intermediate Ladies Champion
|Intermediate Men's Champion
|Juvenile Girls Group B - Silver
|Juvenile Girls Group C - Silver
|Juvenile Girls Group A - Silver
|Juvenile Boys - Silver
|Juvenile Boys - Pewter
|Eva Pate, Strongsville SC
|& Logan Bye,
|Senior Dance - Silver
Ft. Wayne, IN
|Novice Ladies Group B - Silver
We will be providing LIVE SCORING for both competitions
Juvenile Girls: 18 max in final round. Top 2 skaters from each group. Remaining skaters ranked by total points. If there is a tie on total points, the decision will be made on the component score for juveniles. If there is still a tie, none of the skaters so tied will advance and the final group will be less than 18.
Intermediate and Novice Ladies: There are no final rounds. The determination of the medalists will be the result of combined total points of the short and free programs of all Intermediate or Novice competitors. Competitors will remain in their respective groups for both the short and free programs.
We are offering 4 events, Pre-Preliminary, Preliminary Plus and Pre-Juvenile Plus as 6.0 events and Excel Juvenile Plus and Intermediate Plus will be an IJS events.
Fifteen (15) minute practice ice within the competition is available for purchase online through the Entryeeze Skater Portal. Sky Rink is offering longer practice ice sessions prior to the start of competition each day. Click below for available sessions
In accordance with the New York City vaccine requirement, effective September 7, 2021, all Competitors, Officials, Coaches, Volunteers, and Chaperones 12 and older are required to show proof of vaccination (have received at least one dose of Moderna, Pfizer or Johnson & Johnson). If you have a Clear electronic health pass or State designated electronic vaccine app you are NOT required to utilize the below authentication service.
The Skating Club of New York has outsourced vaccine verification to Azova, a HIPAA-compliant company that specializes in such services for the airlines, sporting events and live performances. AZOVA will provide you with a HIPAA-secure digital vaccination record that is private and secure that you will use for entrance to Sky Rink. Click here to create your AZOVA COVID Credentials™ Simple Health Pass. It takes a few days for them to create it.
All Competitors regardless of age or vaccination status must wear masks at all times except when on the ice for competition. Officials, Coaches, Volunteers and Chaperones must wear masks at all times when in the facility. No one under 12 who is not a competitor will be permitted to enter.
Paper applications will not be accepted.
The 2021 U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships concluded Saturday, June 26th in Rochester, Michigan. Five Skating Club of New York members competed in eight events, winning medals in six. Congratulations, all adult skaters!
Championship Masters Junior-Senior Men
Championship Masters Intermediate-Novice Men
Championship Adult Gold Men
Adult Gold Men II-III
Adult Bronze Men I/III
Adult Bronze Solo PD I/II
Stephanie also competed in
Read more about CPIce at the TODAY Show website: Skaters find sisterhood on the ice, even during the pandemic. There is also a nice write-up at US Figure Skating: Synchro featured on the 'Today' Show. Great work, Ashley!
2021 US Senior Pairs bronze medalists Ashley Cain-Gribble (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. SCNY) will represent the United States March 22-28 at the 2021 ISU World Figure Skating Championships in Stockholm, Sweden. Good luck, Ashley, Tim and all Team USA skaters. We are so proud of you!
|Ashley Cain-Gribble (SCNY) / Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. SCNY)
|Photo: Jay Adeff / U.S. Figure Skating
Ashley and Tim are the 2019 US Figure Skating senior pairs champions, 2019 World Team Trophy champions, 2019 Golden Spin of Zagreb champions, 2018 CS Ondrej Nepela champions, 2018 and 2019 US International Classic champions, 2018 ISU Four Continents silver medalists, 2018 Grand Prix Skate America bronze medalists, 2017 and 2021 US Figure Skating senior pairs bronze medalists, 2017 World Team Trophy bronze medalists, and 2018 and 2020 US Senior Pairs pewter medalists.
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97th Annual Middle Atlantic Championships
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New York Showcase
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Deadline: Jan. 18
Wollman Open Central Park
The Long Island Championships
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The Sky Rink Classic
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The Rinx Summer Open
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