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Skate with the Tremors teams!
Join us for a free Give Sync a Try on
Saturday, April 22nd, 2017 from 5:15 – 6:45 pm.
Enjoy pizza with the Tremors.
For info and to register go to www.TremorsSF.org
Tryouts for the Tremors 2017-2018 Season is on
Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 from 5:15- 7:45 pm at Yerba Buena Ice Rink!
Tryout fee is $30 per skater.
For info and to register go to www.TremorsSF.org
Vincent Zhou: Junior Men-Short Program, 5th place; Free Skate, 1st place. Congratulations to the Junior Men’s Champion, Vincent Zhou, on his Gold medal at the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships!!
Anthony Ponomarenko and partner Christina Carreira of SCNY: Junior Ice Dance-Short Dance, 6thth place; Free Dance, 3rd place. Congratulations to the Junior Dance Bronze Medalists, Anthony Ponomarenko and Christina Carreira at the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships!!
See photos and more info on our Facebook page.
The Skating Club of San Francisco, Inc wishes Club members, Vincent Zhou and Anthony Ponomarenko with partner Christina Carreira of SCNY, much success at the ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships, March 15-19!
Congratulations to our adult skaters! SCSF Results from Pacific Coast Adult Sectionals in Burbank, California:
Adrienne Howell: Adult Bronze Dramatic Skate III- 4th place; Adult Bronze Ladies Solo Dance- 1st place.
Elizabeth Risberg: Adult Silver Ladies Dramatic Skate III- 3rd place.
Alexei Folger: Adult Bronze Light Entertainment II- 3rd place; Adult Bronze Ladies Free Skate III- 2nd place.
Rebecca Hurst: Adult Gold Ladies Light Entertainment III-3rd place; Adult Gold Ladies III- 5th place.
Kym Mcelwee: Adult Bronze Ladies Free Skate IV- 2nd place.
Gwenaelle Delaplanche: Adult Gold Ladies I & II- 3rd place.
Leslie Duskin: Championship Adult Silver Ladies- 9th place.
The show will headline the legendary “Mr. Debonair,” Richard Dwyer with a special introduction by Olympic and World Champion Brian Boitano
SATURDAY, the 1st of April, 2017
Doors open at 6:15 pm with a special guest reception of sweet and savory plus beverages.
Showtime at 7:30 pm
Yerba Buena Ice Skating Center
750 Folsom Street San Francisco
Read more here
Thank you to the Tremors of San Francisco and their families for all their hard work and dedication to our sport this season! Results from the U.S. Synchronized Championships-
Tremors Novice Team: Novice Free Skate- 13th place
Tremors Adult team: Adult Free Skate- 11th place
SCSF Graduating High School Seniors- Apply Now!! The USFS Graduating Seniors Program was developed to recognize the achievements of those individuals graduating from high school who have made the commitment to continue their training in figure skating while pursuing their academic studies.
This application is for students graduating in the spring of 2017. This application will take approximately 20 minutes to complete.
Applications are due by March 1, 2017. Skaters will be notified of their award in late spring, and awards will be sent to the skater for presentation at graduation, senior awards night, or other school ceremony.
If you have any questions, please contact Karissa Woienski, U.S. Figure Skating Programs Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information can be found on U.S. Figure Skating’s website and the application is available online.
Registration opens March 1 for the 2017 S.T.A.R.S. Combine and High Performance Movement Screen, which will be in Walnut Creek on June 24!
Check here for more information- http://www.usfigureskating.org/story?id=83958
Promote and enhance athleticism and athletic ability in all young figure skaters through assessment, recognition and opportunity
Reduce the rate of injury across all figure skating disciplines and competitive levels
Identify skaters who demonstrate exceptional aptitude for athleticism
Assist coaches and parents in developing and guiding their skater’s potential
Connect skaters, coaches, and parents with qualified strength and conditioning specialists in their region and around the country.
Be challenging and fun!
INTRODUCING THE U.S. FIGURE SKATING HIGH PERFORMANCE MOVEMENT SCREEN (HPMS)
The HPMS is a group of evaluations designed to give athletes, coaches and parents information in three key areas: mobility, stability and symmetry. The screen is designed to assess movement patterns in figure skaters to identify and treat mechanics that may prohibit optimal performance. The tests included are valid and reliable to assess mobility and stability in the lower extremity as well as a baseline test for concussion. Tests include the y-balance test, single leg squat, rotary stability, shoulder mobility, hip mobility and the balance error scoring system. The goal of the program is to minimize the risk of injury and maximize performance. Participating athletes receive a one-on-one screening completed by a physician, physical therapist or certified athletic trainer. Each athlete receives a detailed report flagging areas of concern as well as a thorough explanation of exercises and resources to correct flagged areas.