Welcome to the Skating Club of New York's online database. It is a work in progress, powered by you (our members) and your research and submissions. Over time, we plan to broaden and deepen its coverage, so that it becomes a permanent record of our skaters' international, national, sectional and perhaps even regional accomplishments.
To see how the database works, begin typing your favorite SCNY skater's name in the Filter field below. We apologize in advance if our research overlooked a skater or contains inaccurate information. Kindly send us an email alerting us to the omission or inaccuracy and we will correct the database promptly. Skaters on synchronized skating teams in this database are listed by name in the Team Rosters section at the bottom of this page.
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Grand Prix and Junior Grand Prix events during the 2012-13 skating year are dated 2012, since they occurred on or before December 31, 2012, even though they are typically referred to as 2013 events. Similarly, Ashburn, VA hosted the 2014 US Eastern Sectional Championships November 19-23, 2013, so they are dated 2013. Most other events (Nationals, Worlds, Junior Worlds, Four Continents, Val Gardena Trophy, Olympics) are referred to by their calendar year, avoiding date confusion. For example, the 2013 US National Figure Skating Championships hosted January 19-27, 2013 in Omaha, Nebraska is listed as 2013.
Only gold, silver and bronze medals are awarded at international competitions but fourth-place finishes are listed here as "pewter". No such medal is in fact awarded. However, pewter medals are awarded at US Figure Skating qualifying competitions, including Nationals. To preserve database integrity -- i.e., to generate important internal and external SCNY reports -- we employ the same caption for all fourth-place finishes, namely "pewter." The awarding of pewter medals at USFS qualifying competitions began in 1985.
The Skating Club of New York's mission is to provide programs to encourage participation and achievement in the sport of figure skating, to conduct figure skating tests as prescribed by US Figure Skating and to organize and sponsor competitions, exhibitions and clinics. The Skating Club of New York is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit amateur athletic organization and all contributions are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.