Figure skating results

Twenty-two figure skaters from the Elk Valley competed in the West Kootenay Invitational competition in Castlegar last weekend.

  • Dec. 10, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Twenty-two figure skaters from the Elk Valley competed in the West Kootenay Invitational competition in Castlegar last weekend. Here are the results from the competition.

Star 3 girls Freeskate

Madison Hutchinson – BronzeJenna Dies – Bronze

Star 4 Girls U13 Freeskate

Sydney Polacik – 1stOlivia Sombrowski – 2ndEmerson Zimmerman – 3rd

Star 4 Girls O13 Freeskate

Layne Corrigan – 10thSenior Bronze Solo DanceAshlynn Saluk – 3rd

Senior Bronze Women’s FreeSkate-

Rylee Whitson – 3rdSonia Mende – 6thTaylor Moulton – 11th

Senior Silver Women’s Freeskate

Hunter Bezak – 1st

Star 5 U13 Freeskate

Paige Polacik – 3rd

Star 5 O13 Freeskate

Ashlynn Saluk – 5th

Bronze Interpretive

Ashlynn Saluk –8th

Silver Interpretive

Hunter Bezak – 1stRylee Whitson – 3rdTaylor Moulton – 5thSonia Mende – 9th

Bronze Interpretive Couples

Layne Corrigan and Paige Polacik – 1st

Introductory Interpretive Group 1

Paige Polacik – 2ndLayne Corrigan – 3rd

Introductory Interpretive Group 2

Sydney Polacik – 1st

Skate Canada Gold Tests

Jodi Thompson – Gold InterpretiveRylee Whitson – Gold Dance

 

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