SCSF would like to congratulate our skaters who participated in the national qualifying series and received the following awards.
The National Qualifying Series (NQS) is a series of official U.S. Figure Skating approved competitions hosted individually by member clubs nationwide that are held in a standard format and in which athletes earn official scores towards a sectional and national rank.
All competitors received certificates, and those competitors that were in the top 50% of the country received a silver pin, those in the top 25% received a gold pin, all other competitors received a multi-color pin.
SCSF National Qualifying Awards Winners
- Competitor Aleksandra Aktan
- Competitor Ariana Tao
- Competitor Felicity Aktan
- Competitor Gabriel Lan
- Competitor Joelle Faybishenko
- Competitor Madison Sass
- Competitor Toni En
- Gold Emilia Murdock
- Gold Kate Wang
- Gold Sierra Venetta
- Silver Christy Lu
- Silver Dinh Tran
- Silver Emma Pfister
Pacific Coast Sectional Championships
Congratulations are in order for SCSF Club Members and their participation in the Pacific Coast Sectional Championships. Our Club is very proud of all our skaters and we wish you continued enjoyment and success in your skating careers. For full results visit Competition Central.
- Sierra Venetta, 2020 Central Pacific Senior Ladies Champion
- Emilia Murdock, 2020 Central Pacific Senior Ladies Silver medalist
- Reece Hamilton and her partner for 2020 Pacific Coast Sectional Juvenile Dance Bronze medalists
In addition, Hanlin Su’s 5th place in Juvenile Boys earned him 1st alternate to the Pacific Coast Sectional Championships and Christy Lu who’s personal best 6th place performance in Intermediate Ladies earned her 2nd alternate to the Pacific Coast Sectional Championships.
Our other competitors were; Elijah Chou and Gabriel Lan, Juvenile Boys; Gabrielle Toth, Juvenile Girls; Madison Sass and Chloe Moreno, Intermediate Ladies; and Joelle Faybrishinko, Junior Ladies.
Mark your calendars for the Pacific Coast Adult Sectionals- March 6-8, 2020, hosted by the Skating Club of San Francisco with Yerba Buena Ice Rink. More information coming soon.