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2018 Luminaries and Rising Stars

  • Ashley Cain and her partner Timothy LeDuc (assoc. SCNY member, LAFSC) are the 2018 ISU Four Continents silver medalists, 2017 US Figure Skating senior pairs bronze medalists, 2017 World Team Trophy bronze medalists, and 2018 US pewter medalists. They won bronze at CS Golden Spin of Zagreb (2016) and placed fourth at CS Nebelhorn Trophy in Oberstdorf, Germany (2016), CS Finlandia Trophy in Espoo, Finland (2016) and CS Lombardia Trophy in Bergamo, Italy. Ashley teamed with Timothy in 2016 after a four-year hiatus from pairs, having won the junior national title in 2011 with Joshua Reagan.
  • Ashley and her partner Timothy LeDuc (assoc. SCNY member, LAFSC) are the 2018 ISU Four Continents silver medalists, 2017 US Figure Skating senior pairs bronze medalists, 2017 World Team Trophy bronze medalists, and 2018 US pewter medalists. They won bronze at CS Golden Spin of Zagreb (2016) and placed fourth at CS Nebelhorn Trophy in Oberstdorf, Germany (2016), CS Finlandia Trophy in Espoo, Finland (2016) and CS Lombardia Trophy in Bergamo, Italy. Ashley teamed with Timothy in 2016 after a four-year hiatus from pairs, having won the junior national title in 2011 with Joshua Reagan.
  • Ashley and her partner Timothy LeDuc (assoc. SCNY member, LAFSC) are the 2018 ISU Four Continents silver medalists, 2017 US Figure Skating senior pairs bronze medalists, 2017 World Team Trophy bronze medalists, and 2018 US pewter medalists. They won bronze at CS Golden Spin of Zagreb (2016) and placed fourth at CS Nebelhorn Trophy in Oberstdorf, Germany (2016), CS Finlandia Trophy in Espoo, Finland (2016) and CS Lombardia Trophy in Bergamo, Italy. Ashley teamed with Timothy in 2016 after a four-year hiatus from pairs, having won the junior national title in 2011 with Joshua Reagan.
  • Christina Carreira and her partner Anthony Ponomarenko are the 2018 US junior dance champions, 2018 ISU World Junior Figure Skating silver medalists, 2017 World Junior bronze medalists, 2017 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final silver medalists, 2017 US junior dance silver medalists, and 2015 US national pewter medalists. They won both their 2017 international assignments: JGP Austria and JGP Belarus; and won silver at JGP Russia (2016), France (2016) and Poland (2015). They placed 4th at  JGP Finals (2016), JGP Latvia (2015) and Estonia (2014), 5th at JGP Czech Republic (2014), and qualified for both the 2016 and 2017 JGP Finals. Christina joined SCNY during the 2014-15 season from Quebec. She and Anthony train with Igor Shpilband in Michigan.
  • Christina Carreira and her partner Anthony Ponomarenko are the 2018 US junior dance champions, 2018 ISU World Junior Figure Skating silver medalists, 2017 World Junior bronze medalists, 2017 ISU Junior Grand Prix Final silver medalists, 2017 US junior dance silver medalists, and 2015 US national pewter medalists. They won both their 2017 international assignments: JGP Austria and JGP Belarus; and won silver at JGP Russia (2016), France (2016) and Poland (2015). They placed 4th at  JGP Finals (2016), JGP Latvia (2015) and Estonia (2014), 5th at JGP Czech Republic (2014), and qualified for both the 2016 and 2017 JGP Finals. Christina joined SCNY during the 2014-15 season from Quebec. She and Anthony train with Igor Shpilband in Michigan.
  • The 2015-16 Central Park Ice open juvenile line is the 2016 U.S. Eastern Synchronized Skating Championships champion. The line won silver medals at the 2015 Boston and 2015 Terry Conners Synchronized Skating Classic and pewter at the 2016 Colonial Synchro Classic.
  • The 2015-16 Central Park Ice pre-juvenile line is the 2016 U.S. Synchronized Skating Eastern Sectionals pewter medalist. The line won gold at the 2016 Colonial Synchronized Skating Classic in Lowell, MA and bronze at the 2015 Terry Conners Synchro Classic.
  • Haven Denney and Brandon Frazier are the 2017 US Senior Pairs national champions and 2015 silver medalists. They won silver at Skate America in 2015 and 2016 and placed fourth at Skate Canada (2016) , US International Classic (2017), CS Golden Sin of Zagreb (2016), and CS Ondrej Nepela (2016). They won Junior Pairs national title in 2012. Haven joined SCNY in 2016 from the Broadmoor SC. Brandon is a member of All Year FSC.
  • Haven Denney and Brandon Frazier are the 2017 US Senior Pairs national champions and 2015 silver medalists. They won silver at Skate America in 2015 and 2016 and placed fourth at Skate Canada (2016) , US International Classic (2017), CS Golden Sin of Zagreb (2016), and CS Ondrej Nepela (2016). They won Junior Pairs national title in 2012. Haven joined SCNY in 2016 from the Broadmoor SC. Brandon is a member of All Year FSC.
  • Haven Denney and Brandon Frazier are the 2017 US Senior Pairs national champions and 2015 silver medalists. They won silver at Skate America in 2015 and 2016 and placed fourth at Skate Canada (2016) , US International Classic (2017), CS Golden Sin of Zagreb (2016), and CS Ondrej Nepela (2016). They won Junior Pairs national title in 2012. Haven joined SCNY in 2016 from the Broadmoor SC. Brandon is a member of All Year FSC.
  • Grant Hochstein is the 2016 and 2017 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's pewter medalist and a member of the 2016 USFS World Team. He won bronze at Nebelhorn Trophy (2016) and placed fourth at Ondrej Nepela Trophy (2017), NHK Trophy (2015), Cup of China (2015), Lombardia Trophy (2014) and Golden Spin of Zagreb (2014). Grant is the 2015 Eastern Sectionals senior men's champion and the 2010 collegiate champion. He  won the junior men's Gardena Spring Trophy in 2008 and silver at JGP Hungary in 2009.
  • Grant Hochstein is the 2016 and 2017 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's pewter medalist and a member of the 2016 USFS World Team. He won bronze at Nebelhorn Trophy (2016) and placed fourth at Ondrej Nepela Trophy (2017), NHK Trophy (2015), Cup of China (2015), Lombardia Trophy (2014) and Golden Spin of Zagreb (2014). Grant is the 2015 Eastern Sectionals senior men's champion and the 2010 collegiate champion. He  won the junior men's Gardena Spring Trophy in 2008 and silver at JGP Hungary in 2009.
  • Grant Hochstein is the 2016 and 2017 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's pewter medalist and a member of the 2016 USFS World Team. He won bronze at Nebelhorn Trophy (2016) and placed fourth at Ondrej Nepela Trophy (2017), NHK Trophy (2015), Cup of China (2015), Lombardia Trophy (2014) and Golden Spin of Zagreb (2014). Grant is the 2015 Eastern Sectionals senior men's champion and the 2010 collegiate champion. He  won the junior men's Gardena Spring Trophy in 2008 and silver at JGP Hungary in 2009.
  • The Skyliners 2017-18 Intermediate line is the 2018 US Synchronized Skating silver medalist. The line won gold  at the 2018 Eastern Sectional Championships, 2017 Richard Porter Classic and 2017 Boston Synchro Classic, plus silver at the 2018 Colonial Classic. The line won Nationals in 2016 and 2017.
  • Ilana Shermanis the 2017 Eastern Sectional novice ladies' bronze medalist, 2017 North Atlantic Regional novice ladies' silver medalist, 2016 Eastern Sectional intermediate ladies' pewter medalist, and 2016  North Atlantic Regional intermediate ladies' champion.
  • Laura Jacobson is the 2016 US Eastern Sectionals juvenile girls' champion. She placed fifth in her first trip to Nationals.
  • The 2017-18 Skyliners junior line is the 2018 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating silver medalist, the first-ever US team to medal at either the ISU World Junior Championships or ISU Junior World Challenge Cup. The line won the 2018 US Synchronized Skating Championships, 2018 ISU Cup of Berlin, 2017 Anaheim Open and 2017 Richard Porter Synchro Classic, and won silver at the 2018 French Cup. The line is a four-time national champion (2011, 2015, 2017, 2018).
  • The 2017-18 Skyliners junior line is the 2018 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating silver medalist, the first-ever US team to medal at either the ISU World Junior Championships or ISU Junior World Challenge Cup. The line won the 2018 US Synchronized Skating Championships, 2018 ISU Cup of Berlin, 2017 Anaheim Open and 2017 Richard Porter Synchro Classic, and won silver at the 2018 French Cup. The line is a four-time national champion (2011, 2015, 2017, 2018).
  • The 2017-18 Skyliners Juvenile line won silver at the 2018 US Synchronized Skating Championships, gold at the 2018 Eastern Sectional Championships, 2017 Terry Conners Open and 2017 Boston Synchro Classic, and silver at the 2018 Colonial Classic. Skyliners Juvenile has won four Nationals titles (2011, 2014, 2016, 2017) and Eastern Sectionals eight consecutive times (2011-18).
  • Chloe Lewis and Logan Bye are the 2018 US Figure Skating junior dance bronze medalists, 2017 US junior dance pewter medalists and 2013 US novice dance champions. They won silver at the 2016 Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway, bronze at JGP Tallinn, Estonia (2016), placed fifth at JGP Brisbane, Australia (2017), JGP Courcheval, France (2014), JGP Mexico City (2014), JGP Colorado Springs (2015) and JGP Logrono, Spain (2015), and sixth at JGP Ostrava, Czech Republic (2016). They are the 2018 Pacific Coast Sectional junior dance champions.
  • Chloe Lewis and Logan Bye are the 2018 US Figure Skating junior dance bronze medalists, 2017 US junior dance pewter medalists and 2013 US novice dance champions. They won silver at the 2016 Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway, bronze at JGP Tallinn, Estonia (2016), placed fifth at JGP Brisbane, Australia (2017), JGP Courcheval, France (2014), JGP Mexico City (2014), JGP Colorado Springs (2015) and JGP Logrono, Spain (2015), and sixth at JGP Ostrava, Czech Republic (2016). They are the 2018 Pacific Coast Sectional junior dance champions.
  • Chloe Lewis and Logan Bye are the 2018 US Figure Skating junior dance bronze medalists, 2017 US junior dance pewter medalists and 2013 US novice dance champions. They won silver at the 2016 Youth Olympic Games in Lillehammer, Norway, bronze at JGP Tallinn, Estonia (2016), placed fifth at JGP Brisbane, Australia (2017), JGP Courcheval, France (2014), JGP Mexico City (2014), JGP Colorado Springs (2015) and JGP Logrono, Spain (2015), and sixth at JGP Ostrava, Czech Republic (2016). They are the 2018 Pacific Coast Sectional junior dance champions.
  • Jimmy Ma placed third among junior men at the 2014 US National Championships, 4th in 2013, and 5th among novice men in the 2012. He won bronze at the Gardena Spring Trophy in 2013. He is the 2017 and 2018 Eastern Sectional senior men's bronze medalist and 2015 Eastern Sectional senior men's pewter medalist. He placed 11th among senior men at the 2018 US Championships.
  • Jimmy Ma placed third among junior men at the 2014 US National Championships, 4th in 2013, and 5th among novice men in the 2012. He won bronze at the Gardena Spring Trophy in 2013. He is the 2017 and 2018 Eastern Sectional senior men's bronze medalist and 2015 Eastern Sectional senior men's pewter medalist. He placed 11th among senior men at the 2018 US Championships.
  • Alexander Gamelin (SCNY) and Yura Min placed 4th at the 2017 Nebelhorn Trophy, qualifying S. Korea to compete in ice dance at the 2018 Winter Olympics. They also placed 4th at the CS Ondrej Nepela Trophy (2017) and CS NRW Trophy (2015), 5th at the CS Graz Ice Challenge (2015), 6th at the CS US International FS Classic (2016),  7th at the CS Warsaw Cup (2015), and are the 2017 South Korean national ice dancing champions. Alexander skated previously with his sister Danielle. Together, they  won the national intermediate ice dancing title in 2009 and juvenile dance bronze in 2008. They were the 2015 Eastern Sectional senior dance champions.
  • Alexander Gamelin (SCNY) and Yura Min placed 4th at the 2017 Nebelhorn Trophy, qualifying S. Korea to compete in ice dance at the 2018 Winter Olympics. They also placed 4th at the CS Ondrej Nepela Trophy (2017) and CS NRW Trophy (2015), 5th at the CS Graz Ice Challenge (2015), 6th at the CS US International FS Classic (2016),  7th at the CS Warsaw Cup (2015), and are the 2017 South Korean national ice dancing champions. Alexander skated previously with his sister Danielle. Together, they  won the national intermediate ice dancing title in 2009 and juvenile dance bronze in 2008. They were the 2015 Eastern Sectional senior dance champions.
  • Emilia Murdock is the 2017 US Figure Skating intermediate ladies' silver medalist, 2015 USFS juvenile girls' silver medalist, and the 2017 Eastern Sectional intermediate ladies' champion. Emilia joined the Skating Club of Boston in 2016 but remains an SCNY associate member.
  • The 2017-18 Skyliners novice line is the 2018 US Synchronized Skating champion. The team won gold at the 2018 Colonial and 2017 Boston Synchro Classic, silver at the 2017 Dr. Richard Porter Synchro Classic, and bronze at the 2018 Eastern Sectional Championships. The Skyliners novice line is a two-time national champion (2018, 2017) and three-time national bronze medalist (2015, 2014, 2013 and 2011).
  • Alexia Paganini is the 2017 Slovenian Open senior ladies' champion, the 2016 Gardena Spring Trophy junior ladies' champion,  2017 Eastern Sectional junior ladies' champion, 2016 US Figure Skating Championships novice ladies' silver medalist, and 2015 and 2016 Eastern Sectional novice ladies' champion. She won bronze at the 2017 Nebelhorn Trophy, skating the 2017-18 season for Switzerland, thus qualifying the country to compete at the 2018 Winter Olympics in ladies' figure skating. Alexia placed fifth among junior ladies at the 2017 US Figures Skating Championships.
  • Alexia Paganini is the 2017 Slovenian Open senior ladies' champion, the 2016 Gardena Spring Trophy junior ladies' champion,  2017 Eastern Sectional junior ladies' champion, 2016 US Figure Skating Championships novice ladies' silver medalist, and 2015 and 2016 Eastern Sectional novice ladies' champion. She won bronze at the 2017 Nebelhorn Trophy, skating the 2017-18 season for Switzerland, thus qualifying the country to compete at the 2018 Winter Olympics in ladies' figure skating. Alexia placed fifth among junior ladies at the 2017 US Figures Skating Championships.
  • SCNY member and Olympian Nicole Rajicova placed sixth at the European Championships (2017), fourth at the Slovenian Open (2017), fifth at CS Ondrej Nepela (2016), seventh at GP Rostelecom (2016), GP Skate America (2015), GP Cup of China (2015) and CS Ondrej Nepela (2017), and  fourth at JGP Croatia (2014) and JGP Ljubljana (2014) representing Slovakia. She is the 2012 US Figure Skating Eastern Sectional junior ladies' gold medalist and placed 13th in her first trip to Worlds (2016).
  • SCNY member and Olympian Nicole Rajicova placed sixth at the European Championships (2017), fourth at the Slovenian Open (2017), fifth at CS Ondrej Nepela (2016), seventh at GP Rostelecom (2016), GP Skate America (2015), GP Cup of China (2015) and CS Ondrej Nepela (2017), and  fourth at JGP Croatia (2014) and JGP Ljubljana (2014) representing Slovakia. She is the 2012 US Figure Skating Eastern Sectional junior ladies' gold medalist and placed 13th in her first trip to Worlds (2016).
  • Adam Rippon is a 2018 Olympic team event bronze medalist, 2016 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, 2015 and 2012 USFS silver medalist, 2018 USFS pewter medalist, 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, 2008 U.S. junior national champion, 2007 and 2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, two-time Skate America silver medalist (2017, 2013) and bronze medalist (2016), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15) and bronze medalist (2017), NHK silver medalist (2017), Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2015), and bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010), Trophee de France (2009, 2016) and US International FS Classic (2016).
  • Adam Rippon is a 2018 Olympic team event bronze medalist, 2016 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, 2015 and 2012 USFS silver medalist, 2018 USFS pewter medalist, 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, 2008 U.S. junior national champion, 2007 and 2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, two-time Skate America silver medalist (2017, 2013) and bronze medalist (2016), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15) and bronze medalist (2017), NHK silver medalist (2017), Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2015), and bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010), Trophee de France (2009, 2016) and US International FS Classic (2016).
  • Adam Rippon is a 2018 Olympic team event bronze medalist, 2016 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, 2015 and 2012 USFS silver medalist, 2018 USFS pewter medalist, 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, 2008 U.S. junior national champion, 2007 and 2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, two-time Skate America silver medalist (2017, 2013) and bronze medalist (2016), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15) and bronze medalist (2017), NHK silver medalist (2017), Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2015), and bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010), Trophee de France (2009, 2016) and US International FS Classic (2016).
  • Adam Rippon is a 2018 Olympic team event bronze medalist, 2016 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, 2015 and 2012 USFS silver medalist, 2018 USFS pewter medalist, 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, 2008 U.S. junior national champion, 2007 and 2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, two-time Skate America silver medalist (2017, 2013) and bronze medalist (2016), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15) and bronze medalist (2017), NHK silver medalist (2017), Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2015), and bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010), Trophee de France (2009, 2016) and US International FS Classic (2016).
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 and 2017 U.S. national champions, 2018 Olympic dance and team event bronze medalists, 2016 World silver medalists, 2017 Rostelecom Cup and Skate America gold medalists, 2016 Skate America, Cup of China and Four Continents gold medalists, two-time World bronze medalists (2011, 2017), two-time Grand Prix Final bronze medalists (2016-17), four-time U.S. national silver medalists (2018, 2015, 2012, 2011), two-time U.S. national bronze medalists (2013-14), 2015 and 2011 NHK Trophy champions, 2015 Skate Canada and 2011 Four Continents silver medalists, 2009 World Junior silver medalists, 2014 Ondrej Nepela Trophy champions, 2010 U.S. Junior national champions and members of the 2014 and 2018 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 and 2017 U.S. national champions, 2018 Olympic dance and team event bronze medalists, 2016 World silver medalists, 2017 Rostelecom Cup and Skate America gold medalists, 2016 Skate America, Cup of China and Four Continents gold medalists, two-time World bronze medalists (2011, 2017), two-time Grand Prix Final bronze medalists (2016-17), four-time U.S. national silver medalists (2018, 2015, 2012, 2011), two-time U.S. national bronze medalists (2013-14), 2015 and 2011 NHK Trophy champions, 2015 Skate Canada and 2011 Four Continents silver medalists, 2009 World Junior silver medalists, 2014 Ondrej Nepela Trophy champions, 2010 U.S. Junior national champions and members of the 2014 and 2018 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 and 2017 U.S. national champions, 2018 Olympic dance and team event bronze medalists, 2016 World silver medalists, 2017 Rostelecom Cup and Skate America gold medalists, 2016 Skate America, Cup of China and Four Continents gold medalists, two-time World bronze medalists (2011, 2017), two-time Grand Prix Final bronze medalists (2016-17), four-time U.S. national silver medalists (2018, 2015, 2012, 2011), two-time U.S. national bronze medalists (2013-14), 2015 and 2011 NHK Trophy champions, 2015 Skate Canada and 2011 Four Continents silver medalists, 2009 World Junior silver medalists, 2014 Ondrej Nepela Trophy champions, 2010 U.S. Junior national champions and members of the 2014 and 2018 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 and 2017 U.S. national champions, 2018 Olympic dance and team event bronze medalists, 2016 World silver medalists, 2017 Rostelecom Cup and Skate America gold medalists, 2016 Skate America, Cup of China and Four Continents gold medalists, two-time World bronze medalists (2011, 2017), two-time Grand Prix Final bronze medalists (2016-17), four-time U.S. national silver medalists (2018, 2015, 2012, 2011), two-time U.S. national bronze medalists (2013-14), 2015 and 2011 NHK Trophy champions, 2015 Skate Canada and 2011 Four Continents silver medalists, 2009 World Junior silver medalists, 2014 Ondrej Nepela Trophy champions, 2010 U.S. Junior national champions and members of the 2014 and 2018 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Erika Choi Smith and AJ Reiss train in Los Angeles and placed fifth at their first international assignment, the 2016 CS Nebelhorn Trophy, and sixth at CS Ondrej Nepela in 2017. They were sixth in senior pairs at the 2016 US Figure Skating National Championships and seventh in 2017.
  • The Skyliners 2017-18 senior line is the 2018 US Synchronized Skating silver medalist and member of the US Synchronized Skating World Team. The line won the 2018 ISU Cup of Berlin, 2017 Anaheim Open and 2017 Richard Porter Classic.  It won silver at the 2018 ISU Mozart Cup in Salzburg, Austria and is a three-time US national bronze medalist (2015-17). The line placed ninth at the 2018 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships.

It has been an extraordinary year for The Skating Club of New York, with three Olympic bronze medals, a silver medal in dance at the world junior championships, the first-ever medal by a junior team at synchro worlds (a silver!), eight medals at the US Figure Skating Championships, including a national junior dance title, plus five medals at synchro nationals, including junior and novice national titles and plus berths at worlds for both a senior and junior team.

In addition to our Team USA skaters, we are immensely proud of the nearly 1,000 SCNY members of all levels and ages who compete locally, nationally and internationally, skate on one of our synchronized skating teams, appear in exhibitions, take freestyle, ice dance and moves-in-the-field tests, participate in Learn to Skate programs, and just skate their hearts out across our twelve member rinks. The purpose of the yearbook is to celebrate that commitment and we sincerely hope you will take part in it.


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