Skaters compete at Chinook

Skaters from Fernie Skating Club went to Lethbridge to compete in the Chinook Open Competition last weekend. They all skated really well and many brought home awards.

Skaters from Fernie Skating Club went to Lethbridge to compete in the Chinook Open Competition last weekend. They all skated really well and many brought home awards.


Pre-preliminary 9 and under freeskate:

Sara Lewis 5th


Gold pairs:

Jodi Stemberger and Sara Weech 1st


Silver interpretive:

Brady Whitson 1st

Jodi Stemberger 4th

Christy Hawley 4th

Jennifer Mortimer 7th


Junior silver freeskate:

Brady Whitson 1st


Preliminary 10 and under freeskate:

Rylee Whitson 3rd


Junior bronze freeskate:

Jennifer Mortimer 4th


Pre-preliminary 10 and over freeskate:

Fynley Kuijt 3rd

Hailey Kons 6th

Jodi Thompson 6th

Mira Macnair 8th


Preliminary 11 and over freeskate:

Taylor Moulton 5th

Leah Teeple 7th

Sonia Mende 8th


Introductory interpretive:

Leah Teeple 5th

Sonia Mende 6th

Taylor Moulton 6th


Introductory freeskate:

Catrina Linthorn 5th

Ashlynn Saluk 6th

Elyse Richmond 6th


Pre- preliminary ladies 9 and under:

Ava Hozjan Gold

Sasha Fear Bronze

Dryden Gris 6th


Pre- preliminary ladies 10 and over:

Hunter Bezak Silver

Claire Bernier Bronze


Junior bronze ladies:

Emma Nieuwesteeg 4th

Lilah Fear 6th


Senior bronze ladies:

Christy Hawley  Silver

Georgia Fear Bronze

Linnea Uphill Benischke 4th

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