Articles in 2016
September 26, 2016
- Emma Shou - Juniors 10th
- Shohei Law - Juvenile U14 2nd
- Jocelyn Moy - Juvenule U12 8th
- Vania Mak - Juvenile U14 4th
- Skyla MacDonald - Juvenule U14 1st
- Jessie Chu - Pre Juveline U12 7th
- Alicia Ng - Pre Juvenile U12 2nd
- Misato Law - Pre Novice U16 5th
- Nawel Belhis - Star 4 U13 8th
- Devon Takagawa - Star 5 U13 3rd
- Emily Kwan - Star 5 U13 7th
- Jennifer Xu - Star 5 U13 3rd
- Katie Gaston - Star 6 6th
- Katie Gaston - Star 7 2nd
- Jayha Koonar - Star 6 1st
- Jayha Koonar - Star 7 4th
- Vania Mak - Star 7 1st
June 5, 2016
Congratulations to our following skaters who passed their Gold Freeskate Test on Saturday, June 4th.
The Gold Freeskate Test is the final test in a series of tests.
The Skating Skills Program consists of six levels beginning with Preliminary (the first level) and ending with Gold (the final level). Skating Skills are a combination of fundamental skating movements, executed on a pattern and skated solo to prescribed music. The basic components of all disciplines of figure skating are incorporated into the program. The movements are derived from former compulsory figures, free skating and ice dancing. The objective of the Skating Skills program is mastery of the basic fundamentals of skating (e.g. edge quality, control, power and speed).
Free Skate Tests
There are six free skating tests in the Skate Canada Test Program: Preliminary, Junior Bronze, Senior Bronze, Junior Silver, Senior Silver and Gold. Each test consists of: Elements in Isolation (jumps, spins, field moves, stroking) and a Free Program (solo), which must include specific elements as defined in the official Skate Canada Rule Book. The candidate must successfully pass the Elements in Isolation portion before proceeding to the Free Program.
May 23, 2016
Killarney Centre Figure Skating Club was well represented at the 2016 Victoria Day Interclub Competition in Surrey over the long weekend. Twenty six skaters competed in categories from Star 2 to Junior Women. Congratulations to everyone who participated.
- Shohei Law - Juvenile Men
- Skyla MacDonald - Pre-Juvenile Women U13 Group 1
- Jayha Koonar - Senior Bronze Women Group 3
- Jocelyn Moy - Pre-Juvenile Women U11 Group 1
- Janice Wong - Senior Bronze Women Group 2
- Priscilla Mark - Star 4 Girls U10 Group 4
- Jenna Wadden - Senior Bronze Women Group 1
- Katie Gaston - Senior Bronze Women Group 3
- Alicia Ng - Pre-Juvenile Women U11 Group 3
- Devon Takagawa - Star 4 Girls U10 Group 3
- Emma Shou - Junior Women's Short Program
- Emma Shou - Junior Women's Free Program
- Misato Law - Pre-Novice Women Group 2
- Vania Mak - Juvenile Women U12 Group 2
- Emily Kwan - Star 5 Girls U13 Group 1
- Shaelyn Woo - Pre-Novice Women Group 1
- Miucci Yung - Star 5 Girls 13 & O Group 1
- Jessica Chu - Pre-Juvenile Women U11 Group 2
- Jennifer Xu - Star 5 Girls U13 Group 3
- Serena Woo - Novice Women
- Audrey Thiriar-Moore - Star 3 Girls Group 5
- Kara Yun - Star 2 Girls Group 1
- Aimee Thompson - Star 2 Girls Group 8
- Serena Lu - Star 2 Girls Group 3
- Lia Gardner - Star 2 Girls Group 6
- Jenna Chu - Star 3 Girls Group 7
- Elia de Pangher - Star 2 Boys Group 1
May 1, 2016
A simulation will be held on Sunday, May 1st from 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm during the Intermediate and Senior Free Skate Sessions.
As a result, the Intermediate and Senior Off-ice and On-Ice for Sunday, May 1st are cancelled as noted on the Spring Schedule.
This is exciting opportunity to come and watch our skaters and is open for all to come and watch. It will be a practice run for our skaters who will be competing in the upcoming Victoria Day Competition in Surrey BC. Our skaters will be performing their Short and Free programs in their competition outfits and will be assessed by a guest BC/Yukon judge.
March 12, 2016
The BC Winter Games bring together the best young athletes from across the province. With an average age of 14 years, these athletes are emerging high performance competitors who could be our future Canadian sport heroes.
The BC Games are news in every community. Athletes, from communities small and large, earn their place to represent their home zone at the Games. Committed and certified coaches support these developing athletes throughout their journey providing leadership and guidance during qualifications and competition.
- Shohei Law: 1st Place – Juvenile Men
- Misato Law: 6th Place – Pre-Novice Women
- Shaelyn Woo: 7th – Juvenile Women