Each year we rely on generous volunteers for all the functions of the club. And each year we choose two special people who have gone above and beyond to ensure the club’s success. This year we recognize Karen Aiken and Lisa Stone.
Sign-ups for the June Test Session will continue to use the existing PDF Test Application. Starting with the July Test Session, we will be using a new Test Registration System via EntryEeze.
Do NOT submit PDF Test Application w/checks for July Test Session, they will not be accepted.
What to Expect:
Test Application (Registration) and payment (credit card) will be collected online.
Per test fees have been adjusted (most increase $2) for the latest ice time estimates and costs using the online system.
Detailed instructions and guides will be posted in May to sign-up for the July Test Session by the June 14, 2019 deadline.
PARENTS and SKATERS, in preparation for this change, please make sure your membership information including email address(es) are accurate in the Membership System at http://membership.SanDiegoFSC.org/.
Kate Liang started skating at SDIA’s Learn to Skate Program as a tot in 2003. Within six months of taking classes Kate joined Shining Blades and thus the beginning of her journey with synchronized skating. After skating with Shining Blades for three years Kate decided she wanted to be more competitive and began skating for Team del Sol and Karen Wiesmeier. Ten years later, having skated Juvenile through Senior Level, Kate had earned a U.S. Synchronized Skating Championship at the Intermediate level in 2013, an Intermediate Pewter medal in 2011, ten Pacific Coast Sectionals Championships, and at the Senior level, an International Gold Medal in 2016 at Trophy d’Escosse in Dumfries, Scotland. In addition, she earned gold medals in both Moves in the Field and Dance and did some Free Skate tests as well. She served as the SDFSC Jr. Board President for 3 years and was Volunteer of the Year in 2015.
Now in 2019, Kate has been skating with the University of Michigan Synchronized Skating Team for the past three years at the Collegiate level earning back-to-back U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships in 2017 and 2018 as well as a Bronze Medal in 2019. As an all-student run team, Kate has been in a leadership role for the past two years, one as the VP of Travel and Competition and this year as President. Kate was re-elected to serve as President for her senior year. Kate continues to be passionate about synchronized skating and eventually wants to skate on an adult team once her education is completed.