For July and August, the club will hold tests on the first Wednesday of each month at the San Diego Ice Arena. Starting in September the club will regularly host tests on the second Wednesday of each month. Please always check posted dates or website at https://www.sandiegofsc.org/testing/.
Session dates are subject to change.
The San Diego FSC is happy to host this annual competition at the San Diego Ice Arena (SDIA) on June 29 – July 1, 2018.
Registration is OPEN!!!
Please visit Skate La Grande website for details including announcement, registration, and volunteers.
Coming on Saturday, April 21, 2018, will be the SDFSC Synchronized Team Tryouts with Team del Sol and Shining Blades at SDIA. Tryouts start at 5:00 am and go until 10:15 am. Please visit the teams’ websites for exact times and requirement details at:
Don’t forget to fill out, print, and sign Registration Form.
SDFSC wishes the best of luck for a great skate to all of our competitive synchronized skating teams from Shining Blades (SB) and Team del Sol (TdS) at the 2018 Pacific Coast Synchronized Sectional Championships.
Synchronized Sectionals are two competitions, Midwestern and Pacific Coast, at one venue which this year is in Wichita, Kansas. Event details for both can be found on the Midwestern Synchro Sectionals website.
Note the times on the website are Kansas or Central time zone, converted here to PST:
- Thurs, 1/25 at 6:05pm PST– Pre-Juvenile Championships PC (SB)
- Fri, 1/26 at 8:02am PST – Intermediate Championships PC (TdS)
- Fri, 1/26 at 1:10pm PST – Juvenile Championships PC (TdS)
- Fri, 1/26 at 1:22pm PST – Open-Juvenile Championships PC (SB)
This and other events can be found on SDFSC Events webpage.
We wish everyone the best in 2018, Happy New Year!
Our SDFSC Pairs competitors finished off 2017 at the US Figure Skating Championships with great results:
Juvenile Pair – Aiden Elswick and Ashley Stark – 9th in the nation.
Intermediate Pair – Katie and Nathan Luong – BRONZE Medal – 3rd in the nation!
Congratulations from all of SDFSC!!!
SDFSC is excited that TWO pairs teams have qualified for the 2018 US Figure Skating Championships on December 29th and 30th:
- Juvenile Pairs – Aiden Elswick and Ashley Stark
- Intermediate Pairs – Katie and Nathan Luong
Fox 5 News interviewed Aiden and Ashley at a practice session in a story called “Teen ice skating pair prepares for first national competition.” There is also a GoFundMe page to help cover travel costs.
We wish safe travels and great skates for all our competitive skaters.
We are happy to announce that both of our SDFSC Pair Teams brought home the Gold after competing at this year’s Pacific Coast Sectional Championships in Spokane, Washington.
Ashley Stark and Aiden Elswick had a spectacular performance in the Juvenile Pairs division, not only winning the Gold medal but, also winning 3 out of a possible 4 pins for Special Achievement.
Continuing in the same amazing style, Katie and Nathan Luong also took first place in the Intermediate Pairs division, beating the 2nd place team by almost 20 points and earning all 3 pins for Special Achievement.
That’s a Wow!!
The San Diego Figure Skating Club would like to congratulate all of you on a wonderful performance.
See Sectional result details at http://www.usfigureskating.org/leaderboard/results/2018/25075/results.html
This qualifies both pair teams representing SDFSC at the 2018 US Figure Skating Championships (Nationals) in San Jose, CA on Dec. 29-30, 2017. http://www.skatesanjose2018.com/
To celebrate our members over the last year we showed the video below at the annual meeting.
2017-2018 Junior Board elections are THIS WEEK!! See information on SDFSCJuniorBoard website as deadlines are tomorrow and Friday.
The annual Lock-In has been scheduled for Friday June 23rd. More information and waiver available on the SDFSCJuniorBoard website.
Coming off a silver medal performance at the Trophy D’Ecosse in Scotland, Team del Sol Senior skated to a season’s best score at this year’s U.S. Synchronized Skating Nationals in Rockford, IL. After an on-ice injury, the team, skating 15 skaters, rallied to earn a 6th place finish in the short program with a score of 43.43. In the Freeskate, the team, at full strength, solidified their 6th place finish with a season’s best combined score of 131.57 which included positive GOEs for their creative intersection and ending creative element. This is an improvement over last year’s 7th place finish at Nationals. The Senior team would like to thank the club for their continuing support of synchronized skating.