─⛸️─ Congrats to our Skyliners Junior and Senior teams on being selected for Team USA! ─⛸️─ SCNY members swept all four gold medals at Golden Spin our congratulations to Lindsay Thorngren, Camden Pulkinen, Anastasiia Smirnova & Danil Siianytsia (All Year FSC) and Christina Carreira & Anthony Ponomarenko (SC of San Francisco)! ─⛸️─ It’s Gold for Danny O'Shea and his partner Ellie Kam (Thunderbird FSC) at the ISU IceChallenge 2022 in Graz, Austria! ─⛸️─ Ava Ziegler wins the Gold medal at the Budapest Trophy!

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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

Violeta Ushakova Senior Ladies -Silver
Katie Krafchik Junior Ladies A -Bronze
Alina Bohutska Novice Ladies Group B - Gold
Caroline Santaguida Novice Ladies Group B -Bronze
Paige Greenstein Novice Ladies Group C - Bronze
Sylvia Li, North Jersey FSC & Novice Dance - Bronze
   Rowan Le Coq
Mia Barghout Intermediate Ladies Group A - Gold
Annabelle McKenzie Juvenile Girls - Pewter

Norwood, Massachusetts - Nov. 9-13, 2021

Rena Ikenishi, Senior Ladies - Silver
Anastasiia Smirnova &  Senior Pairs - Gold
  Danil Siianytsia, All Year FSC
Ava Ziegler Junior Ladies Champion
Ashley Leahy Junior Ladies A - Gold
Katie Krafchik Junior Ladies B - Silver
Cayetana Gonzalez, Novice Ladies Group B -Silver
Dalila DeLaura, Novice Ladies Group A -Bronze
Lucy Gioioso Novice Ladies Group B- Bronze
Erika Allen Intermediate Ladies Group B - Pewter
Claire Meng Intermediate Ladies Group C - Pewter
Naiya Mentor Intermediate Ladies Group D - Pewter
Aleksandr Fegan Intermediate Men's Champion - Gold
Emily Renzi, Juvenile Girls Group D - Gold
Ellie Hahm Juvenile Girls Group D - Silver
Dominika Dal Juvenile Girls Group E - Silver
Julianne Wong Juvenile Girls Group E - Bronze
Ella Bauer Juvenile Girls Group D - Pewter
Walker Morris, Juvenile Boys - Gold

Leesburg, Virginia - Oct. 27-30, 2021 

Lindsay Thorngren Senior Ladies Champion
Rena Ikenishi Senior Ladies - Bronze
Ava Ziegler, Junior Ladies Champion
Lilly Mills Junior Ladies Group B - Bronze
Alina Bohutska Novice Ladies Group D - Silver
Cayetana Gonzalez Novice Ladies Group C - Silver
Lucy Gioioso Novice Ladies Group D - Bronze
Paige Greenstein Novice Ladies Group D - Pewter
Mia Barghout Intermediate Ladies Champion
Aleksandr Fegan Intermediate Men's Champion
Annabelle McKenzie Juvenile Girls Group B - Silver
Emily Renzi Juvenile Girls Group C - Silver
Ellie Hahm Juvenile Girls Group A - Silver
Jake Mao Juvenile Boys - Silver
Walker Morris Juvenile Boys - Pewter

Blaine, MN

Eva Pate, Strongsville SC
& Logan Bye, Senior Dance - Silver


Ft. Wayne, IN

Caroline Santaguida Novice Ladies Group B - Silver

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Club Ice session are on Sundays at Sky Rink at Chelsea Piers.
The 10:00 am is open to Skating Club of New York members who have passed Juvenile Free Skate and above.
The 11:00 am sessions are open to all SCNY members who have passed Freestyle 1 and above.
There are club ice sessions every Sunday through May 15, 2022
EXCEPT February 13, February 20 and April 17, 2022
The cost is $35 per session and the Club Ice Eight (8) 50-minute session cards $250. Both are available for purchase on the SCNY membership site under the Contract Ice tab.
You MUST reserve each session in advance - by the Saturday night prior to the Sunday session by signing into your SCNY membership account and clicking on the Contract Ice tab. If you are having a lesson on the session you must identify the coach by name when you register. 
In accordance with the New York City vaccine requirement, everyone 5 and older is required to show proof of vaccination. 
Everyone must wear masks at all times including when on the ice.

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We will be providing LIVE SCORING for both competitions

Middle Atlantic Figure Skating Championships                        John Nicks International Pairs Challenge             





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

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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.

Online Event Registration
via Entryeeze

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!

James Basler

Championship Masters Junior-Senior Men


Demis Maryannakis

Championship Masters Intermediate-Novice Men


Roland Jarquio

Championship Adult Gold Men



Adult Gold Men II-III


David Lease

Adult Bronze Men I/III


Stephanie Hao

Adult Bronze Solo PD I/II


Stephanie also competed in
Championship Silver Ladies and Adult Silver Ladies I,
placing 8th and 16th, respectively.

Join us on May 16th at 7pm for a conversation
with Maia Shibutani and Alex Shibutani.

Submit your questions, celebrate their new book Kudo Kids: The Mystery in Manhattan, and support your local skating club!

Tickets: $25 includes a LIVE 45-minute Q&A session with Maia & Alex
where they will answer your questions about the Olympics, their skating career, and their new book series.
You will also receive a copy of Kudo Kids: The Mystery in Manhattan after the event.


All proceeds (net the book's wholesale publishing cost) from those who purchase through the SCNY website will go to your local skating organization or club!

Additional books can be purchased for $15 including shipping to the same address.

REGISTER TODAY for the May 16th Zoom event at 7pm EDT and your copy of the book.

Maia Shibutani & Alex Shibutani

Maia and Alex Shibutani are two-time Olympic Bronze Medalists, three-time World Medalists, Four Continents Champions, and two-time U.S. National Champions. At the 2018 Winter Olympics, they became the first ice dancers of Asian descent to win medals at the Olympics and are only the second sibling duo in the history of the sport to medal in Ice Dance.

Off the ice, Maia and Alex are authors, as well as active ambassadors and supporters for various organizations. Their first book, Kudo Kids: The Mystery of the Masked Medalist was released in September 2020. The second book of their series for young readers, Kudo Kids: The Mystery in Manhattan, is being released on May 4th, 2021.

As Athlete Ambassadors for the U.S. State Department, they have traveled to Japan, Korea, and Singapore, connecting with young people at cultural and goodwill events. The Shibutanis are known for using their platform on social media to bring new audiences to their sport, as well as sharing their interests in fashion, food, travel, and entertainment.


What a fun ride throughout this book! It not only got me excited about the Olympics, but the OlympiFan game was full of twists and intrigue. A contemporary story that will connect with young readers everywhere.
― Kristi Yamaguchi, Olympic champion and New York Times best-selling author
It’s truly remarkable that sister and brother Maia and Alex Shibutani, who just happen to be very well known for their excellence in skating, have taken that same champion level approach to creating Kudo Kids. Everyone loves a great mystery, and Kudo Kids delivers a fun and exciting adventure aimed for young readers, that everyone can enjoy. I have a strong feeling this could be the beginning of something BIG!
― Scott Hamilton, Olympic Champion

The Kudo Kids are back in this fun filled, fast-paced middle-grade mystery from two-time Olympic bronze medalists Maia and Alex Shibutani, perfect for fans of Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library.

Andy and Mika are about to take a bite out of the Big Apple.

When the Kudo Kids travel to New York City for the first time, they're ready to hit the ground running and see the sights. But the siblings quickly realize that they're excited for very different reasons--Mika wants to take photos of iconic landmarks and visit a famous camera store, while Andy can't wait to try out an escape room that one of his friends told him about.

Both of their plans get shaken up when they learn that Aunt Kei is in desperate need of assistance as she prepares for an important fashion presentation. Not wanting to pass up an opportunity to explore, Andy and Mika enthusiastically volunteer to help run errands with their cousin, Jenny.

When a very special dress, the centerpiece of Aunt Kei's collection, goes missing, they find themselves on a chase around the city to find it in another unforgettable mystery that will leave readers guessing until the very end.

Full of tasty food, stylish characters, and plenty of adventure, this journey through New York City is for mystery lovers everywhere!
— Phillip Lim, creative director, co-founder of 3.1 Phillip Lim, and author of More Than Our Bellies
Kudo Kids: The Mystery in Manhattan is a compelling and entertaining read that makes you wonder if there is anything Maia and Alex can’t do. Fun and thoroughly enjoyable!
— Jeanne Yang, celebrity creative director

Hardcover | Published May 04, 2021 | ISBN 9780593113769 | Middle Grade (8-12)

From two-time Olympic bronze medalists Maia and Alex Shibutani comes a fun-filled, fast-paced middle-grade mystery set at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Andy and Mika are going to Tokyo!

The Kudo Kids have never been to Japan before, so they can’t believe they get to attend the Summer Olympics there. The siblings plan to eat tons of delicious Japanese food, watch every event they can, and win a super-popular new game called OlympiFan.

Developed by a mysterious former medalist, OlympiFan brings players together from all over the world to search Tokyo for virtual medals and clues to the creator’s identity. Andy loves puzzles, and he’s determined to crack this one, especially since the winning team will get to be beta testers for the Masked Medalist’s future games!

Mika wants to find as many clues as she can, but she also has a secret goal of her own–one that could get her into big trouble. But when someone sabotages the game, the Kudo Kids have an even bigger mystery to solve than the Masked Medalist’s identity. If they want to capture the gold, Mika and Andy have to figure out who’s trying to stop their team before someone beats them to the grand prize!

A gold medal debut for the ShibSibs! This fun, fast-paced mystery with two fierce new detectives–the Kudo Kids–will keep young readers turning the pages until the twisty end!
— Elizabeth Eulberg, author of The Great Shelby Holmes series
Maia and Alex Shibutani have written a delightful game of a book full of surprises and heart. I loved experiencing Tokyo through the eyes of the Kudo kids, and I can’t wait to see where they travel next.
— Stephanie Garber, #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Caraval series

Hardcover and Paperback | Published September 08, 2020 | ISBN 9780593113738 | Middle Grade (8-12)

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.

The 2021 Toyota U.S. Figure Skating Championships concluded January 21 at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Eleven SCNY members and associate members competed at the junior and senior level. Congratulations, all participants. We are so proud of ALL of you!

Ashley Cain-Gribble (SCNY)
and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. SCNY)
Senior Pairs Bronze Medalists

Ava Ziegler (SCNY)
Junior Ladies Pewter Medalist
Oona Brown (SCNY)
and Gage Brown (SCNY)
Junior Dance Silver Medalists
Honorable Mention

Audrey Shin
Senior Ladies

Rena Ikenishi
Senior Ladies

Violeta Ushakova
Senior Ladies

Olivia Serafini
Mervin Tran
Senior Pairs

Eva Pate (Strongsville SC)
Logan Bye (SCNY)
Senior Dance
Congratulations to SCNY member Johnny Weir and associate member Gale Tanger on being inducted into the 2021 class of the US Figure Skating Hall of Fame. We are so proud of you!

Johnny Weir is a three-time consecutive U.S. Figure Skating champion, two-time Olympian, 2008 World bronze medalist, two-time Grand Prix Final bronze medalist, two-time Skating Magazine fan poll Skater of the Year, and the 2001 World Junior champion. He is currently NBC’s lead figure skating analyst along with 1998 Olympic champion Tara Lipinski.

Gale Tanger has been a figure skating judge and official for more than 50 years and is a three-time PSA Official of the Year. She and her husband Tom have been instrumental in helping make our Middle Atlantic Championships a success. She has dedicated her life to skating and skaters at every level always taking the time for a word of advice, suggestion or word of inspiration. Gale has also encouraged the next generation of officials to strive to embody the energy, passion, dedication and personal touch that she has brought to our sport and our club members.

Joining the Hall of Fame posthumously is Sandy (Schwomeyer) Lamb, the first female president of PSA, an Olympic level coach, and the founder and long-time director of the Special Olympics Skating Program. Sandy passed away in June

Johnny Weir leads U.S. Figure Skating Hall of Fame Class of 2021
(US Figure Skating announcement)

The 2021 US Figure Skating Championship Series moved to a virtual format due to the impact of COVID-19. The competition featured Championship and Junior skaters hoping to qualify for the 2021 US Figure Skating Championships January 12-21, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Eleven SCNY members and associate members qualified.

Good luck, all SCNY teams and skaters!

Rena Ikenishi
Senior Ladies

Rena is a three-time North Atlantic regional champion -- for senior ladies in 2019 and junior ladies in 2018 and 2017. She is the 2020 and 2019 Eastern Sectional senior ladies pewter medalist.

Audrey Shin
Senior Ladies

Audrey Shin is the 2019 US Figure Skating junior ladies' silver medalist, 2019 North Atlantic Regional junior ladies' champion, 2018 and 2019 Eastern Sectional junior ladies' silver medalist, 2017 Eastern Sectional and North Atlantic Regional novice ladies' champion, 2016 North Atlantic Regional novice ladies' bronze medalist, 2014 North Atlantic Regional intermediate ladies' champion and 2014 Eastern Sectional juvenile girls' bronze medalist. She won bronze among senior ladies at 2020 Grand Prix Skate America and placed twelfth at JGP Chelyabinsk, Russia, in 2019.

Violeta Ushakova
Senior Ladies

Violeta is the 2019 North Atlantic Regional junior ladies' silver medalist, 2018 US Figure Skating novice ladies' bronze medalist, the 2018 Eastern Sectional novice ladies' silver medalist and 2018 North Atlantic Regional novice ladies' champion. She won intermediate ladies' bronze in 2017 at sectionals and regionals and was the 2016 North Atlantic Regional juvenile girls' champion.

Ashley Cain-Gribble (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. SCNY)
Senior Pairs

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 US Figure Skating senior pairs bronze medalists, 2017 World Team Trophy bronze medalists, and 2018 and 2020 US Senior Pairs pewter medalists. They placed fourth this season at Grand Prix Skate America.

Olivia Serafini (SCNY) and Mervin Tran (SCNY)
Senior Pairs

Olivia is skating her third season in pairs after a successful career in singles. She is the 2015 US Figure Skating junior ladies' silver medalist and 2014 US Figure Skating Classic junior ladies' champion.

Mervin won the 2012 ISU World Figure Skating Championships senior pairs' bronze medal with Narumi Takahashi, representing Japan. The pair won silver at the ISU Grand Prix Rostelecom Cup and NHK Trophy (2010 and 2011) and gold at the 2010 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final. Before teaming with Olivia, Mervin skated four seasons with Marissa Castelli, winning bronze and silver at the 2016 and 2017 US Figure Skating Championships.

Olivia and Mervin placed sixth at the 2020 Grand Prix Skate America, fifth at the 2020 CS Finlandia Trophy, and seventh at the 2019 CS Golden Spin of Zagreb.

Christina Carreira (SCNY) and Anthony Ponomarenko (SCSF)
Senior Dance

Christina and Anthony are the 2020 US Figure Skating Senior Dance pewter medalists. They won gold at the 2019 Challenger Series Asian Open and 2018 CS Tallinn Trophy, silver at the 2019 and 2018 CS US International Classics, bronze at 2020 Grand Prix Skate America, 2018 CS Nebelhorn Trophy, and 2018 Grand Prix Rostelecom Cup. They are the 2018 US junior dance champions, 2018 ISU World Junior Figure Skating silver medalists, 2017 World Junior bronze medalists, 2017 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final silver medalists, 2017 US junior dance silver medalists, and 2015 US national junior dance pewter medalists.

Eva Pate (Strongsville SC) and Logan Bye (SCNY)
Senior Dance

Eva and Logan began skating together in July 2019 and are coached by Igor Shpilband. They are the 2020 US Dance Final senior gold medalists and 2020 Midwestern Sectional Ice Dance Challenge silver medalists. They placed seventh at the 2020 US Figure Skating Championships in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Previously, Logan skated with Chloe Lewis. They were the 2018 US Figure Skating junior dance bronze medalists, 2017 US junior dance pewter medalists and 2013 US novice dance champions. They won silver at the 2016 Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer and bronze at 2016 JGP Tallinn, Estonia.

Ava Ziegler
Juniior Ladies

Ava is the 2020 Eastern Sectional intermediate ladies' silver medalist, 2019 US Figure Skating juvenile girls' pewter medalist, and 2019 Eastern Sectional and North Atlantic Regional juvenile girls' champion.

Oona Brown (SCNY) and Gage Brown (SCNY)
Junior Dance

Oona and Gage are the 2020 US Figure Skating junior dance bronze medalists, 2019 US Figure Skating junior dance pewter medalists, 2019 Eastern Sectional junior dance silver medalists, 2018 Eastern Sectional novice dance champions and 2017 Eastern Sectional intermediate dance pewter medalists. They placed fourth at the 2020 Bavarian Open, fifth at the 2019 Junior Grand Prix Egna-Neumarkt, Italy, and seventh at 2019 JGP Chelyabinsk, Russia. They placed ninth at their inaugural Team USA assignment, the 2018 JGP in Kaunas, Lithuania and eighth at 2018 JGP Armenia.

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