Mids was a huge success!!!
Congratulations to all of our Competitors.
Thanks to all of our Officials and Volunteers.
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Club member Maia Shibutani & her brother Alex, won the bronze medal at the 2011 World Championships, making them the first ice dancing team to medal in their first year as seniors. They are also the only team to win two Grand Prix medals in their senior debut season. Congratulations Maia and Alex!
Check out our own Kenny Moir's hilarous performance
of Ice Theatre of New York’s repertory piece “In A Nutshell” to the delight of the unsuspecting crowds at Bryant Park.
Kenny has nearly 50 years experience as a figure skater, having started at the age of 3. A native of British Columbia, Kenny competed in 9 Canadian Championships, resulting in a silver medal and several appearances at international competitions. He is currently the Executive Director of Figure Skating at New York’s Sky Rink and member of The Skating Club of New York.
See the full performance of “In a Nutshell” on Ice Theatre’s YouTube channel
Congratulations to club members Christine Mozer and Maia Shibutani who were among ten of U.S. Figure Skating's brightest and most talented athletes who shine both on the ice and in the classroom comprise the 2011 U.S. Figure Skating Scholastic Honors Team.The program was created to recognize high school athletes who excel in academic pursuits, in community involvement and in the sport of figure skating.
Christine Mozer will graduate in the top 10 percent of her class this spring from the Professional Children's School in New York. A National Merit Commended Scholar and a College Board AP Scholar, she has made the academic high honor roll every semester. During her junior year, Mozer won the Dani Brenner "Dare to Dream" award for excellence in expository writing. Representing the Skating Club of New York, Mozer finished 12th in the junior ladies division at the 2011 Eastern Sectional Championships and first at the 2011 North Atlantic Regional Championships. In 2010, Mozer was the executive co-producer of "CitySkate," a U.S. Figure Skating-sanctioned exhibition that raised more than $15,000 to benefit Brooklyn Ice, a free after-school program dedicated to making skating possible for kids living in Brooklyn's Prospect Park area. The event was covered in a five-page spread in SKATING magazine and an exhibit at the National Library Museum in Philadelphia. Mozer has appeared in figure skating shows for various charities, including "Blades Against Aids - Save the Children Benefit" and "Skate for the Cure" benefiting juvenile diabetes. She is a recipient of the TD Bank Young Heroes Award and the Presidential Bronze Award for community service.
Maia Shibutani is a junior at Huron High School in Ann Arbor, Mich., where she is a straight-A honors student and has served as a Student Council representative. She has collected donations to support both the Ronald McDonald House of Ann Arbor and Ele's Place, a healing center for grieving children. Maia, who represents the Skating Club of New York, won the gold medal in the junior ice dancing at the 2010 AT&T U.S. Figure Skating Championships. She and her partner (and brother), Alex, placed fourth at the 2010 World Junior Figure Skating Championships and won the bronze medal at the 2009 ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final. Maia has performed in "An Evening with Champions," a benefit show for The Jimmy Fund at Harvard University to support the fight against cancer, and serves on the U.S. Figure Skating Dance Committee. This season in their senior debut, Maia and Alex won bronze medals at both the NHK Trophy and Skate America.
Good luck to all of our competitors Nationals!
Felicia Zhang & Taylor Toth
Chloe Katz & Joseph Lynch
Maia Shibutani & Alex Shibutani
Danielle Gamelin & Alexander Gamelin