● ● ● ● ● ● Congratulations SCNY board member Timothy Goebel - 2002 Olympic bronze medalist and member, US Figure Skating Hall of Fame! ● ● ● Gotham City Synchro Adult and Masters won BROZE and PEWTER, respectively, at the 2018 Cape Cod Synchronized Skating Classic in Bourne, Massachusetts. Congratulations, Gotham City Synchro! ● ● ● Ashley Cain (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. member SCNY) placed second in the short program and fifth overall at the ISU Challenger Series Golden Spin of Zagreb in Croatia. ● ● ● The Skyliners Synchronized Skating Team and Skating Club of New York have been chosen by U.S. Figure Skating to host the 2020 Eastern Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships January 15-19, 2020 at the Times Union Center in Albany, NY! ● ● ● Congratulations Skyliners Senior, Junior, Novice and Intermediate on a GOLD medal sweep at the Dr. Richard Porter Synchronized Skating Classic in Ann Arbor, Michigan! ● ● ● Congratulations SCNY synchro teams on winning 10 medals at the Terry Conners Synchronized Skating Open in Stamford, CT -- Skyliners Juvenile and Team Rinx Skills 3 - GOLD; Central Park Ice Intermediate and Skills 1 - SILVER; Dix Hill Ice Chips Pre-Juvenile and Skills 1, Central Park Ice Open Juvenile and Preliminary, and Team Rinx Skills 1 - BRONZE; and Team Rinx Open Juvenile and Pre-Juvenile - PEWTER! ● ● ● Congratulations Christina Carreira (SCNY) and Anthony Ponomarenko (SCSF) -- senior ice dance champions at the ISU Challenger Series Tallinn Trophy in Estonia! ● ● ● SCNY member Alexia Paganini placed eighth in the ladies' event at the ISU Grand Prix Internationaux de France in Grenoble, representing Switzerland. Congratulations, Alexia! ● ● ● Congratulations Christina Carreira (SCNY) and Anthony Ponomarenko (SCSF) - 2018 ISU Grand Prix Rostelecom Bronze Medalists in Dance! ● ● ● Congratulations Alexia Paganini on her fourth place finish at Rostelecom, representing Switzerland. Ashley Cain (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. member SCNY) placed sixth in pairs. ● ● ● SCNY members won eleven medals at the Eastern Sectional Figure Skating Championships in Wake Forest, NC (see article below). Congratulations, all SCNY participants! ● ● ● The Skyliners Novice and Juvenile lines won GOLD at the Boston Synchro Classic in Marlborough, MA. Skyliners Intermediate won bronze. Congratulations, Skyliners! ● ● ● Congratulations Skyliners Junior and Skyliners Senior lines on winning GOLD at the 2018 Glacier Falls Synchronized Skating Classic in Anaheim, California! ● ● ● Congratulations Gotham City Synchro Adult and Masters lines on winning GOLD at the 2018 Essex Synchronized Skating Classic in West Orange, New Jersey! ● ● ● Congratulations Central Park Ice Intermediate on winning silver at the Essex Synchro Classic! The Open Juvenile line placed seventh. ● ● ● Christina Carreira (SCNY) and Anthony Ponomarenko (SCSF) placed fourth at the ISU Grand Prix Helsinki, Finland. Fellow Team USA ice dancers Lorraine McNamara and Quinn Carpenter won bronze. Congratulations, Christina, Anthony and Team USA skaters. ● ● ● Congratulations Rinx Island Hurricanes on winning BRONZE in open juvenile at the Lee Ann Miele Synchro Open in Providence, Rhode Island, and the Rinx Island Tsunamis on winning pewter in pre-juvenile! ● ● ● Haven Denney (SCNY) and Brandon Frazier (All Year FSC) placed sixth at ISU Grand Prix Skate Canada in Laval, Canada. Congratulations, Haven and Brandon. ● ● ● Congratulations Ashley Cain (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. member SCNY) -- 2018 ISU Grand Prix Skate America Pairs Bronze Medalists! We are so proud of you! Fellow Team USA member Nathan Chen placed first in the men's event. SCNY member Jimmy Ma placed twelfth. ● ● ● The 2019 North Atlantic Regional Figure Skating Championships concluded Sunday, October 21st in Lake Placid, New York. Sixteen SCNY skaters qualified in men's and women's singles events to advance to the 2019 Eastern Sectional Figure Skating Championships, November 13-17 in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Congratulations, all 85 SCNY members who competed. ● ● ● Oona and Gage Brown placed eighth at their second ISU Junior Grand Prix event, JGP Yerevan, Armenia. ● ● ● Congratulations Christina Carreira (SCNY) and Anthony Ponomarenko (SCSF) on winning BRONZE at the ISU Challenger Series Nebelhorn Trophy in Oberstdorf, Germany! ● ● ● Congratulations Ashley Cain (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. member SCNY) on winning their second ISU Challenger Series GOLD medal in two weeks, this time at the 2018 Ondrej Nepela Trophy in Bratislava, Slovakia! ● ● ● Congratulations Haven Denney (SCNY) and Brandon Frazier (All Year FSC) on winning BRONZE at the ISU Challenger Series Autumn Classic in Oakville, Canada! Fellow SCNY member Alexia Paganini placed eighth in the senior ladies' event, representing Switzerland. ● ● ● Congratulations Ashley Cain (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. member SCNY) on winning GOLD at the ISU Challenger Series US International Figure Skating Classic in Salt Lake City, Utah! Congratulations Christina Carreira (SCNY) and Anthony Ponomarenko (SCSF) on winning SILVER in their first-ever international assignment in senior dance, and Jimmy Ma on winning BRONZE in senior men. We are so proud of you! ● ● ● Congratulations Ilana Sedaka on winning GOLD in senior combined dance at the 2018 National Solo Dance Final in Hyannis, MA, and for winning BRONZE in international pattern dance! Congratulations Adrienne Carhart and Chiara Tan on winning GOLD and SILVER, respectively, in the novice combined AND silver pattern dance events! ● ● ● Congratulations Laura Jacobson on placing fourth in novice ladies at the US Challenge Skate in Salt Lake City! ● ● ● Thank you to everyone who participated or volunteered at the 93rd Annual Middle Atlantic Championships! Results are posted here. ● ● ● SCNY members Oona and Gage Brown placed ninth in dance in their first USFS international assignment - JGP Kaunas, Lithuania. Fellow SCNY member Audrey Shin placed eleventh in the junior ladies. ● ● ● Congratulations to our Reach for the Sky Rink All Stars Senior Team on winning SILVER in the mini ensemble event at National Showcase! ● ● ● Skyliners coaches Josh Babb and Pam May won the 2018 PSA Developmental Coach of the Year Award. PSA also nominated Josh for its 2018 Choreographer of the Year Award. Congratulations, Josh and Pam! ● ● ● Congratulations, Adam Rippon -- 2018 Dancing with the Stars Champion! ● ● ● Click here to join SCNY or renew your membership for the 2018-19 season! ● ● ● Congratulations Skyliners Junior - 2018 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating silver medalists - the first-ever medal of any color by a US team at Junior Worlds! We are so proud of you! Fellow Team USA members Lexettes placed sixth, their highest-ever finish. Congratulations, Lexettes! ● ● ● Congratulations Christina Carreira (SCNY) and Anthony Ponomarenko (SCSF) - 2018 ISU World Junior Figures Skating silver medalists in ice dance! Fellow ice dancers Chloe Lewis (All Year FSC) and Logan Bye (SCNY) placed seventh. ● ● ● Congratulations Maia and Alex Shibutani - Olympic bronze medalists in ice dance and the team event! 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  • Adam Rippon is the 2016 U.S. Figure Skating national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, the 2015 and 2012 U.S. silver medalist, the 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, the 2008 U.S. junior national champion, the 2007-2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, a Skate America and Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2013 and 2015), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15), and a bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010) and Trophee Bompard (2009).
  • Adam Rippon is the 2016 U.S. Figure Skating national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, the 2015 and 2012 U.S. silver medalist, the 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, the 2008 U.S. junior national champion, the 2007-2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, a Skate America and Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2013 and 2015), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15), and a bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010) and Trophee Bompard (2009).
  • Ashley Cain joined SCNY during the 2013-14 season after an illustrious career at the Stars FSC of Texas. She won the US junior pairs title in 2011 with partner Joshua Reagan and the US Nationals junior ladies silver medal in 2012. She won bronze at the 2014 Ondrej Nepela Trophy in her first appearance as an SCNY member. She is the 2016 Eastern Sectional senior ladies' silver medalist.
  • Ashley Cain joined SCNY during the 2013-14 season after an illustrious career at the Stars FSC of Texas. She won the US junior pairs title in 2011 with partner Joshua Reagan and the US Nationals junior ladies silver medal in 2012. She won bronze at the 2014 Ondrej Nepela Trophy in her first appearance as an SCNY member. She is the 2016 Eastern Sectional senior ladies' silver medalist.
  • Ice dancer Christina Carreira joined SCNY during the 2014-15 season from Quebec. She trains with Igor Shpilband in Michigan and competed 2014-16 in junior dance. She and her partner, Anthony Ponomarenko, placed 2nd at JGP France (2016) and JGP Poland (2015), 4th at JGP Latvia (2015) and JGP Estonia (2014), and 5th at JGP Czech Republic (2014). They won pewter at Nationals in 2016 and placed fifth in 2015.
  • Ice dancer Christina Carreira joined SCNY during the 2014-15 season from Quebec. She trains with Igor Shpilband in Michigan and competed 2014-16 in junior dance. She and her partner, Anthony Ponomarenko, placed 2nd at JGP France (2016) and JGP Poland (2015), 4th at JGP Latvia (2015) and JGP Estonia (2014), and 5th at JGP Czech Republic (2014). They won pewter at Nationals in 2016 and placed fifth in 2015.
  • 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 joined SCNY in 2016 after an illustrious career with the Broadmore SC. Her long-time partner Brandon Frazier joined as an SCNY associate member (main club: All Year FSC). Haven and Brandon are the 2015 US Senior Pairs silver medalists and 2012 US Junior Pairs gold medalists. They won silver in 2015 at Skate America.
  • Haven Denney joined SCNY in 2016 after an illustrious career with the Broadmore SC. Her long-time partner Brandon Frazier joined as an SCNY associate member (main club: All Year FSC). Haven and Brandon are the 2015 US Senior Pairs silver medalists and 2012 US Junior Pairs gold medalists. They won silver in 2015 at Skate America.
  • Emilia Murdock is the 2015 juvenile girls' US Nationals silver medalist.
  • Emmy Ma competed 2013 in Intermediate and took bronze at Nationals.
  • Isabella Gamez (LAFSC) and Griffin Schwab (SCNY) are the 2016 Prudential US Figure Skating Championships novice pairs' silver medalists. They are also the 2016 Pacific Coast Sectionals silver medalists. Skating with Darbie Burke, Griffin was the 2013 US intermediate pairs silver medalist and the 2012 US juvenile pairs pewter medalist.
  • Isabella Gamez (LAFSC) and Griffin Schwab (SCNY) are the 2016 Prudential US Figure Skating Championships novice pairs' silver medalists. They are also the 2016 Pacific Coast Sectionals silver medalists. Skating with Darbie Burke, Griffin was the 2013 US intermediate pairs silver medalist and the 2012 US juvenile pairs pewter medalist.
  • Grant Hochstein is the 2016 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's pewter medalist and a member of the 2016 USFS World Team. He placed fourth at 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 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's pewter medalist and a member of the 2016 USFS World Team. He placed fourth at 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 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's pewter medalist and a member of the 2016 USFS World Team. He placed fourth at 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 2015-16 Intermediate line won its first national title at the 2016 US Synchronized Skating National Championships. The line won silver at the 2016 U.S. Synchronized Skating Eastern Sectional Championships, gold at the 2015 Boston Synchro Classic and bronze at the 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classic in Ann Arbor.
  • Ilana Sherman was the intermediate ladies' pewter medalist at Eastern Sectionals and gold medalist at North Atlantics during the 2015-16 season.
  • Laura Jacobson is the 2016 US Eastern Sectionals juvenile girls' champion. She placed fifth in her first trip to Nationals.
  • The 2014-15 Skyliners junior line won gold at the 2015 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships in Providence, RI and was selected by U.S. Figure Skating to represent the United States at the 2015 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championship as TEAM USA 1. It won gold at the 2014 Anaheim and 2014 Dr. Richard Porter Synchronized Skating Classics, placed second at the 2015 Junior World Qualifier, was fifth representing the United States at the 2015 ISU French Cup, and placed sixth at Worlds.
  • The 2015-16 Skyliners junior line was selected to represent the United States March 11-12 at the ISU World Synchronized Skating Challenge Cup in Zagreb, Croatia as USFS World Junior Team 1. The line finished second overall at Nationals, won the 2016 ISU Leon Lurje Trophy in Göteborg, Sweden and took bronze at the 2016 French Cup in Rouen. The team won the 2015 Anaheim and 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classics.
  • The 2015-16 Skyliners Juvenile line won its third national title at the 2016 US Synchronized Skating Championships. The line also won the 2015 Boston,  2015 Terry Conners and 2016 Colonial Synchronized Skating Classics. Skyliners Juvenile has won the Eastern Sectional title for six consecutive years.
  • Chloe Lewis (All Year FSC) and Logan Bye (SCNY) are the 2013 US novice dance champions and members of Team USA. They placed 5th at JGP Courcheval, France (2014), JGP Mexico City (2014), JGP Colorado Springs (2015) and JGP Logrono, Spain (2015). They placed sixth in junior dance at Nationals in 2016 and seventh in 2015.
  • Chloe Lewis (All Year FSC) and Logan Bye (SCNY) are the 2013 US novice dance champions and members of Team USA. They placed 5th at JGP Courcheval, France (2014), JGP Mexico City (2014), JGP Colorado Springs (2015) and JGP Logrono, Spain (2015). They placed sixth in junior dance at Nationals in 2016 and seventh in 2015.
  • Alexander Gamelin (SCNY) and Yura Min (S. Korea) placed fourth skating for South Korea at the 2015 ISU NRW Trophy in Dortmund, Germany, fifth at the 2015 ISU CS Graz Ice Challenge in Austria, and 7th at the ISU CS Warsaw Cup in Poland. 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.
  • The 2015-16 Skyliners novice line won silver at the 2016 Eastern Sectional Synchronized Skating Championships, bronze at the 2015 Boston Synchro Classic and placed sixth at the 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classic and 2016 Nationals. They are the 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2011 US Synchronized Skating bronze medalists.
  • SCNY member and Olympian Nicole Rajicova placed seventh at Skate America (2015) and Cup of China (2015), 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.
  • TJ Nyman joins SCNY this season after winning two national titles for the Space Coast Ice Plex FSC in FLA -- intermediate men (2015) and juvenile boys (2014).
  • Olivia Serafini won gold at the US Figure Skating Classic's Junior Challenge in Salt Lake City, September 2014. She is the two-time Eastern Sectional junior ladies' champion and is the 2015 US junior ladies' silver medalist.
  • Alexia Paganini is the 2016 Gardena Spring Trophy junior ladies' gold medalist,  2016 US Figure Skating Championships novice ladies' silver medalist, and 2015 and 2016 Eastern Sectional novice ladies' champion.
  • Alexia Paganini is the 2016 Gardena Spring Trophy junior ladies' gold medalist,  2016 US Figure Skating Championships novice ladies' silver medalist, and 2015 and 2016 Eastern Sectional novice ladies' champion.
  • SCNY member and Olympian Nicole Rajicova placed seventh at Skate America (2015) and Cup of China (2015), 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.
  • Adam Rippon is the 2016 U.S. Figure Skating national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, the 2015 and 2012 U.S. silver medalist, the 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, the 2008 U.S. junior national champion, the 2007-2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, a Skate America and Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2013 and 2015), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15), and a bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010) and Trophee Bompard (2009).
  • Adam Rippon is the 2016 U.S. Figure Skating national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, the 2015 and 2012 U.S. silver medalist, the 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, the 2008 U.S. junior national champion, the 2007-2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, a Skate America and Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2013 and 2015), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15), and a bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010) and Trophee Bompard (2009).
  • Olivia Serafini won gold at the US Figure Skating Classic's Junior Challenge in Salt Lake City, September 2014. She is the two-time Eastern Sectional junior ladies' champion and is the 2015 US junior ladies' silver medalist.
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 U.S. national champions, 2011 World bronze medalists, three-time U.S. national silver medalists (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 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 U.S. national champions, 2011 World bronze medalists, three-time U.S. national silver medalists (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 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 U.S. national champions, 2011 World bronze medalists, three-time U.S. national silver medalists (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 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 U.S. national champions, 2011 World bronze medalists, three-time U.S. national silver medalists (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 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Erika Smith (SCNY) and AJ Reiss (LAFSC) train in Los Angeles and placed sixth in senior pairs at the 2016 US Figure Skating National Championships.
  • The Skyliners 2015-16 senior line is a two-time US Synchronized Skating national bronze medalist (2015 and 2016) and member of Team USA. The line won silver at the 2015 Anaheim Synchro Classic and bronze at the 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classic in Ann Arbor, and placed fourth at the Neuchatel Cup in Switzerland.
  • Isabella Tobias (SCNY) teamed with Ilia Tkachenko (Russian Federation) after the 2013-14 season and skates for Israel. They won gold at the 2015 Tallinn Trophy and silver at the 2015 Finlandia Trophy and 2015 Mordovian Ornament. Tobias and retired dance partner Deividas Stagniunas skated for Lithuania and were bronze medalists at Skate America (2011). Tkachenko and Ekaterina Riazanova were the 2010 Trophée Eric Bompard silver medalists, the 2012 Skate Canada bronze medalists and a three-time Russian national medalists.
  • Isabella Tobias (SCNY) teamed with Ilia Tkachenko (Russian Federation) after the 2013-14 season and skates for Israel. They won gold at the 2015 Tallinn Trophy and silver at the 2015 Finlandia Trophy and 2015 Mordovian Ornament. Tobias and retired dance partner Deividas Stagniunas skated for Lithuania and were bronze medalists at Skate America (2011). Tkachenko and Ekaterina Riazanova were the 2010 Trophée Eric Bompard silver medalists, the 2012 Skate Canada bronze medalists and a three-time Russian national medalists.

The 2015-2016 season has been truly memorable for our club, with seven medalists at the US Figure Skating Championships—including gold for Maia and Alex Shibutani (Senior Dance) and Adam Rippon (Senior Men), as well as international medals for our Skyliners’ Junior and Senior lines. We are equally proud of our members of all levels and ages who compete locally, nationally, and internationally, skate on one of our Synchro Teams, appear in exhibitions, take freestyle, ice dance, and moves-in-the-field tests, participate in Basic Skills programs, and just skate their hearts out across our 11 member rinks. To mark this special season, we are launching a complimentary yearbook for SCNY members and hope you will join in the celebration

Don’t miss out on the chance to place an ad in the very first SCNY yearbook!* Members, purchasing an ad in the SCNY yearbook is great way to commemorate your skater’s progress, recognize their fans and thank everyone who has made them the skater they are.

How to place your ad

Placing an ad in the SCNY yearbook is simple! You can choose a template and upload your text and hi-res photos and your ad will be created for you. Or you can create your own ad and upload the finished hi-res ad.*

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SCNY members Adam Rippon, Grant Hochstein, Nicole Rajicova, Maia Shibutani, Alex Shibutani, and Isabella Tobias (and Ilia Tkachenko) compete March 28-April 3rd at the 2016 ISU World Figure Skating Championships in Boston, Massachusetts. Good luck, all USFS World Team and SCNY skaters!

 

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2016 U.S. Senior Men's Champion

2015 and 2012 U.S. Senior Men's Silver Medalist

2010 Four Continents Men's Champion

2008 U.S. Junior Men's Champion

2008 and 2009 World Junior Champion

2007 and 2008 JGP Final Champion

Adam Rippon

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2016 U.S. Senior Dance Champions

2011 World Bronze Medalists

5X US Senior Silver and Bronze Medalists

2014 Olympians

2010 U.S. Junior National Champions

2011 World Junior Silver Medalists

2016 Four Continents and NHK Champion

Maia and Alex Shibutani

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2016 U.S. Senior Men's Pewter Medalist

2015 Eastern Sectional Senior Men's Champion

2010 Collegiate Senior Men's Champion

4th Place - 2015 NHK and Cup of China

4th Place - 2014 Lombardia Trophy and Golden Spin of Zagreb

Grant Hochstein

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2015 Tallinn Trophy Gold Medalists

2015 Finlandia Trophy and Mordovian Ornament Silver Medalists

(representing Israel)

Isabella Tobias
and Ilia Tkachenko

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2014 Olympian (for Slovakia)

7th - 2015 Skate America and Cup of China

(representing Slovakia)

Nicole Rajicova

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Nine SCNY members participated in eighteen events at the 2016 Eastern Adult Sectional Figure Skating Championships this weekend in Ardmore, Pennsylvania. They returned with four sectional titles, two silver medals, three bronze medals and two pewter. Congratulations, all SCNY skaters and good luck next month in Ann Arbor, site of the 2016 U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships. We're proud of you!

SkaterEventMedal
Anna Drozda Adult Ladies Gold I-II Gold
Mayumi Yamamoto Adult Ladies Gold III Pewter
Kenneth Yin Championship Adult Gold Men Gold
Heather Joy-MIller Championship Masters Junior-Senior Ladies Bronze
Stephanie Hao Adult Silver Ladies I Gold
Jennifer Fan Adult Bronze Ladies I Bronze
Anna Drozda Adult Gold Dramatic Entertainment I Gold
Mayumi Yamamoto Adult Gold Dramatic Entertainment III Silver
Stephanie Hao Adult Silver Dramatic Entertainment I Silver
Tracey Rhodes Adult Silver Light Entertainment III Pewter
Jennifer Fan Adult Bronze Spins Bronze
  • Complete Eastern Adult Sectional results are posted here.
  • Congratulations to our medal winners and each of our nine registered competitors!

anne gerli Sad news.

We are deeply saddened to share the news that Anne Gerli, beloved member of the Skating Club of New York for over 80 years, passed away this afternoon at age 91. For generations, Anne was an inspiration to SCNY skaters, competitors and members sharing her time and talents to make our sport successful. Anne was one of the creators of Junior Nationals and also created the Young Internationals program that sent future Olympic skaters including Sarah and Emily Hughes and Evan Lysacek to European non-qualifiers. Last year, in recognition of her contributions to our sport, Anne was inducted into the US Figure Skating Hall of Fame.

Anne continued to be active judging tests and competitions, including Mids this year. Anyone who has been to Governing Council knows Anne. She was the voice of reason and history with an uncanny knack for simplifying the issues with wisdom and a sense of humor.

Anne was always about the skaters, whether they were beginning skaters, developmental or elite or those transitioning to the judging ranks. We were blessed that she was a part of our lives. She will be sorely missed. It is the end of an era, but hopefully Anne will be an inspiration to us all to continue in her footsteps.

There will be a memorial service on Friday, March 11 at 2pm at the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church.


Anne Gerli, US Figure Skating Hall of Fame judge and beloved SCNY member

Finding the right words to introduce and present the newest inductee into the Hall of Fame is no easy task…especially when it is someone of Anne Gerli’s status. But luckily for me, the second I was invited to present this honor tonight, I started hearing from a wide range of people whose lives Anne has touched. Whose lives she has changed for the better. People like Terri Levine, Skating Club of New York’s President; Lucy Brennan, Anne’s global partner in crime; Troy Goldstein, Olympic official; and, of course, Coco Shean, Anne’s daughter, who herself has an illustrious career as a judge spanning over four decades. These conversations only verified what I already knew. Anne is the model for all things GOOD about skating.

ESPN called Anne an “innovator.” How true. For many years Anne observed people trial judging. She watched compulsory figures take 12 hours with different panels for each figure. And it bothered her. She knew there must be a better way to do this. So what did she do? She REVOLUTIONIZED the judging system. Anne created an accelerated program for judges so that former skaters could move into judging positions faster. Her new system encourages skaters to get back into the sport. Her program has produced some of our country’s finest judges, many of whom have represented the U.S. at World Championships and the Olympic Games. Some of the officials she has had a big impact on are here in Greensboro: Shawn Rettstatt, Robbie Rosenbluth.

In all of Anne’s years in skating, no one knows who her favorite skater is! Anne just wants to help people who LOVE to skate. Sometimes they turn out to be the best in the world and sometimes they don’t. It doesn’t matter. What matters to Anne is that the skaters, and the judges she mentors, ALWAYS come first. She was, and is, constantly doing everything she can to make the sport better for the skaters.

Our last two individual Olympic champions, Evan Lysacek and me, are beneficiaries of Anne’s craftsmanship. Anne created the Young International series. One of these events, Anne and Lucy Brennan organized in 1997 in Milan, Italy. Not only did Anne and Lucy organize the event but they came to the event directly from the World Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland. There was no obvious reason for Anne to pick me and Evan. Evan and I were both only 11 years old. This would be our first international. Neither of us won in Milan but, thanks to Anne, the competition gave us the initial taste and experience we would need to succeed in the sport at the highest level.

Anne’s club, the Skating Club of New York, has produced three Olympic gold medalists. Carol Heiss, Dorothy Hamill and me. Sometimes we are referred to as the three H’s. Maybe it is just a coincidence all our names begin with an H, but some of us don’t believe in coincidence. Rather, some of us believe there’s a reason G comes right before H in the alphabet.

It has been a joy for everyone in skating to have Anne in our lives, peppering us with her wisdom and humor. I know some of you here made it to the “150 Years of Skating in New York” Gala and laughed out loud at her witty speech. Moments like that are why we treasure her.

It is my distinct honor to introduce the G that has supported the entire alphabet of skaters on the ice and off for almost seven decades. The U.S. Figure Skating Hall of Fame is more complete and innovative now that Anne is a member. Please help me give a warm welcome to Ms. Anne Gerli.

- Olympic gold medalist Sarah Hughes, introducing Anne Gerli during her induction into the US Figure Skating Hall of Fame at the 2015 Prudential US Figure Skating Championships

This is a copy of the video played during the Hall of Fame induction ceremony during the 2015 U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Greensboro, NC. We thank U.S. Figure Skating for permitting us to display the video on our website. U.S. Figure Skating retains full ownership and copyright of the video.

The Skyliners returned Sunday from the 2016 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships in Kalamazoo, Michigan with TWO NATIONAL TITLES — gold for intermediate and juvenile, plus silver for junior and bronze for senior. Novice placed sixth and Gotham City Synchro Masters placed eleventh.

U.S. Figure Skating designated the Skyliners Junior line TEAM USA 1 for the second consecutive year as it heads March 11-12 to Zagreb, Croatia for the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Challenge.

Congratulations to each team on strong performances and good luck to Skyliners at Junior Worlds!
The Skyliners Intermediate Line - 2016 U.S. National Champions
U.S. Synchronized Skating National Champions
Skyliners Senior

Bronze

The Skyliners 2015-16 senior line is a two-time US Synchronized Skating national bronze medalist (2015 and 2016) and member of Team USA. The line won silver at the 2015 Anaheim Synchro Classic and bronze at the 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classic in Ann Arbor, and placed fourth at the Neuchatel Cup in Switzerland.

Skyliners Junior

Silver

The 2015-16 Skyliners junior line was selected to represent the United States March 11-12 at the ISU World Synchronized Skating Challenge Cup in Zagreb, Croatia as USFS World Junior Team 1. The line finished second overall at Nationals, won the 2016 ISU Leon Lurje Trophy in Göteborg, Sweden and took bronze at the 2016 French Cup in Rouen. The team won the 2015 Anaheim and 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classics.

Skyliners Intermediate

Gold

The Skyliners 2015-16 Intermediate line won its first national title at the 2016 US Synchronized Skating National Championships. The line won silver at the 2016 U.S. Synchronized Skating Eastern Sectional Championships, gold at the 2015 Boston Synchro Classic and bronze at the 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classic in Ann Arbor.

Skyliners Juvenile

Gold

The 2015-16 Skyliners Juvenile line won its third national title at the 2016 US Synchronized Skating Championships. The line also won the 2015 Boston, 2015 Terry Conners and 2016 Colonial Synchronized Skating Classics. Skyliners Juvenile has won the Eastern Sectional title for six consecutive years.

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Honorable Mentions
Skyliners Novice

Sixth

The 2015-16 Skyliners novice line won silver at the 2016 Eastern Sectional Synchronized Skating Championships, bronze at the 2015 Boston Synchro Classic and placed sixth at the 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classic and 2016 Nationals. They are the 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2011 US Synchronized Skating bronze medalists.

Gotham City Synchro Masters

Eleventh

The 2015-16 Gotham City Synchro masters line won gold at the 2014 Terry Conners Synchronized Skating Classic and silver at the 2015 Colonial Synchronized Skating Classic. It is the 2015 Eastern Sectional pewter medalist.

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Team Rosters

The 2015-16 Gotham City Synchro Masters line

Kristin Anderson
Juliana Bailey
Alex Barrett
Cheryl Chang
Lisa Davies
Debbie Foll
Raegan Johnston
Erica Klopman
Lindsey McHenry
Wendy McKimpson
Bonny Nichol
Patti Smith
Kristin Stevenson
Renee Stonebraker
Amanda Spurlock
Evangeline Whitlock
Maria Xerakia

The 2015-16 Skyliners Senior line

Brooke Abbott
Taylor Blake
Rebecca Bone
Lillian Brouwer
Grace Fanning
Tatiana Fischer
Jennifer Jacobowitz
Erica Krynski
Kate Laufenberg
Jillian Longo
Dana Manson
Casey Ouellette
April Pacis
Ellen Ren
Samantha Romenesko
Hallie RothSinger
Natasha Vo
Jordan Weiss
Alexis Withers

The 2015-16 Skyliners Junior line

Kelsey Bialo
Alexis Bolner
Victoria Clarke
Julia Damesek
Julia DiMarco
Isabella Dinelli
Katherine Elmlinger
Whitney Elmlinger
Michaela Kaminski
Emily Kirillov
Katie Lam
Audrey Laude
Rachel Oberman
Katherine Orlin
Alexandra Perez
Serena Pratt
Neha Reddy
Lainey Rothschild
Kylie Saloma
Rosie Emerson

The 2015-16 Skyliners Novice line

Arielle Belluck
Abigail Bikvan
Lucy Briody
Maggie Brooks
Katherine Burns
Margaret Burns
Cordelia Chen
Madison deBlasi
Annette Gutnik
Jessica Hu
Nicole Huber
Christine Kao
Catherine Kapica
Sophia Lamb
Ethne Laude
Kristen Lewis
Olivia Marshall
Mary Ashley Mendik
Esther Pesochin
Emmy Sloan
Natasha Witz
Shirley Zhu

The 2015-16 Skyliners Intermediate line

Lisa Asriev
Catherine Babcock
Caitlyn Chapey
Katelyn Coburn
Rachel Cortese
Elizabeth Essaid
Emma Estrada
Nathalie Felton
Brayleigh Keefe
Juliette Lipson
Angela Mercurio
Alexandra Miller
Alyssa Politoski
Lucy Potter
Mackenzie Robertson
Lauren Sallay
Erika Sipos
Mia Sparks
Nikka Staron
Kristen Tse
Raven Vaz
Tracy Wang
Paige Wilkie
Madeline Winter

The 2015-16 Skyliners Juvenile line

Mae Archie
Sherlynn Arcuri
Clara Baurmeister
Jillian Belluck
Sharon Bikvan
Abigail Cohen
Sonya Danchak
Judey DaRos
Taylor DelCarmine
Rhianna Gold
Maya Hirani
Amanda Hsu
Veda Malhotra
Isabela Malone
Celeste Naughton
Gracie Ossorio
Alexandra Popescu
Alison Quiambao
Mikayla Redmond
Kat Root
Jillian Saloma
Serina Wang
Melissa Woo
Lily Young
Rising Stars
  • Adam Rippon is the 2016 U.S. Figure Skating national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, the 2015 and 2012 U.S. silver medalist, the 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, the 2008 U.S. junior national champion, the 2007-2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, a Skate America and Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2013 and 2015), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15), and a bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010) and Trophee Bompard (2009).
  • Adam Rippon is the 2016 U.S. Figure Skating national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, the 2015 and 2012 U.S. silver medalist, the 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, the 2008 U.S. junior national champion, the 2007-2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, a Skate America and Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2013 and 2015), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15), and a bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010) and Trophee Bompard (2009).
  • Ashley Cain joined SCNY during the 2013-14 season after an illustrious career at the Stars FSC of Texas. She won the US junior pairs title in 2011 with partner Joshua Reagan and the US Nationals junior ladies silver medal in 2012. She won bronze at the 2014 Ondrej Nepela Trophy in her first appearance as an SCNY member. She is the 2016 Eastern Sectional senior ladies' silver medalist.
  • Ashley Cain joined SCNY during the 2013-14 season after an illustrious career at the Stars FSC of Texas. She won the US junior pairs title in 2011 with partner Joshua Reagan and the US Nationals junior ladies silver medal in 2012. She won bronze at the 2014 Ondrej Nepela Trophy in her first appearance as an SCNY member. She is the 2016 Eastern Sectional senior ladies' silver medalist.
  • Ice dancer Christina Carreira joined SCNY during the 2014-15 season from Quebec. She trains with Igor Shpilband in Michigan and competed 2014-16 in junior dance. She and her partner, Anthony Ponomarenko, placed 2nd at JGP France (2016) and JGP Poland (2015), 4th at JGP Latvia (2015) and JGP Estonia (2014), and 5th at JGP Czech Republic (2014). They won pewter at Nationals in 2016 and placed fifth in 2015.
  • Ice dancer Christina Carreira joined SCNY during the 2014-15 season from Quebec. She trains with Igor Shpilband in Michigan and competed 2014-16 in junior dance. She and her partner, Anthony Ponomarenko, placed 2nd at JGP France (2016) and JGP Poland (2015), 4th at JGP Latvia (2015) and JGP Estonia (2014), and 5th at JGP Czech Republic (2014). They won pewter at Nationals in 2016 and placed fifth in 2015.
  • 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 joined SCNY in 2016 after an illustrious career with the Broadmore SC. Her long-time partner Brandon Frazier joined as an SCNY associate member (main club: All Year FSC). Haven and Brandon are the 2015 US Senior Pairs silver medalists and 2012 US Junior Pairs gold medalists. They won silver in 2015 at Skate America.
  • Haven Denney joined SCNY in 2016 after an illustrious career with the Broadmore SC. Her long-time partner Brandon Frazier joined as an SCNY associate member (main club: All Year FSC). Haven and Brandon are the 2015 US Senior Pairs silver medalists and 2012 US Junior Pairs gold medalists. They won silver in 2015 at Skate America.
  • Emilia Murdock is the 2015 juvenile girls' US Nationals silver medalist.
  • Emmy Ma competed 2013 in Intermediate and took bronze at Nationals.
  • Isabella Gamez (LAFSC) and Griffin Schwab (SCNY) are the 2016 Prudential US Figure Skating Championships novice pairs' silver medalists. They are also the 2016 Pacific Coast Sectionals silver medalists. Skating with Darbie Burke, Griffin was the 2013 US intermediate pairs silver medalist and the 2012 US juvenile pairs pewter medalist.
  • Isabella Gamez (LAFSC) and Griffin Schwab (SCNY) are the 2016 Prudential US Figure Skating Championships novice pairs' silver medalists. They are also the 2016 Pacific Coast Sectionals silver medalists. Skating with Darbie Burke, Griffin was the 2013 US intermediate pairs silver medalist and the 2012 US juvenile pairs pewter medalist.
  • Grant Hochstein is the 2016 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's pewter medalist and a member of the 2016 USFS World Team. He placed fourth at 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 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's pewter medalist and a member of the 2016 USFS World Team. He placed fourth at 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 U.S. Figure Skating senior men's pewter medalist and a member of the 2016 USFS World Team. He placed fourth at 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 2015-16 Intermediate line won its first national title at the 2016 US Synchronized Skating National Championships. The line won silver at the 2016 U.S. Synchronized Skating Eastern Sectional Championships, gold at the 2015 Boston Synchro Classic and bronze at the 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classic in Ann Arbor.
  • Ilana Sherman was the intermediate ladies' pewter medalist at Eastern Sectionals and gold medalist at North Atlantics during the 2015-16 season.
  • Laura Jacobson is the 2016 US Eastern Sectionals juvenile girls' champion. She placed fifth in her first trip to Nationals.
  • The 2014-15 Skyliners junior line won gold at the 2015 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships in Providence, RI and was selected by U.S. Figure Skating to represent the United States at the 2015 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championship as TEAM USA 1. It won gold at the 2014 Anaheim and 2014 Dr. Richard Porter Synchronized Skating Classics, placed second at the 2015 Junior World Qualifier, was fifth representing the United States at the 2015 ISU French Cup, and placed sixth at Worlds.
  • The 2015-16 Skyliners junior line was selected to represent the United States March 11-12 at the ISU World Synchronized Skating Challenge Cup in Zagreb, Croatia as USFS World Junior Team 1. The line finished second overall at Nationals, won the 2016 ISU Leon Lurje Trophy in Göteborg, Sweden and took bronze at the 2016 French Cup in Rouen. The team won the 2015 Anaheim and 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classics.
  • The 2015-16 Skyliners Juvenile line won its third national title at the 2016 US Synchronized Skating Championships. The line also won the 2015 Boston,  2015 Terry Conners and 2016 Colonial Synchronized Skating Classics. Skyliners Juvenile has won the Eastern Sectional title for six consecutive years.
  • Chloe Lewis (All Year FSC) and Logan Bye (SCNY) are the 2013 US novice dance champions and members of Team USA. They placed 5th at JGP Courcheval, France (2014), JGP Mexico City (2014), JGP Colorado Springs (2015) and JGP Logrono, Spain (2015). They placed sixth in junior dance at Nationals in 2016 and seventh in 2015.
  • Chloe Lewis (All Year FSC) and Logan Bye (SCNY) are the 2013 US novice dance champions and members of Team USA. They placed 5th at JGP Courcheval, France (2014), JGP Mexico City (2014), JGP Colorado Springs (2015) and JGP Logrono, Spain (2015). They placed sixth in junior dance at Nationals in 2016 and seventh in 2015.
  • Alexander Gamelin (SCNY) and Yura Min (S. Korea) placed fourth skating for South Korea at the 2015 ISU NRW Trophy in Dortmund, Germany, fifth at the 2015 ISU CS Graz Ice Challenge in Austria, and 7th at the ISU CS Warsaw Cup in Poland. 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.
  • The 2015-16 Skyliners novice line won silver at the 2016 Eastern Sectional Synchronized Skating Championships, bronze at the 2015 Boston Synchro Classic and placed sixth at the 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classic and 2016 Nationals. They are the 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2011 US Synchronized Skating bronze medalists.
  • SCNY member and Olympian Nicole Rajicova placed seventh at Skate America (2015) and Cup of China (2015), 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.
  • TJ Nyman joins SCNY this season after winning two national titles for the Space Coast Ice Plex FSC in FLA -- intermediate men (2015) and juvenile boys (2014).
  • Olivia Serafini won gold at the US Figure Skating Classic's Junior Challenge in Salt Lake City, September 2014. She is the two-time Eastern Sectional junior ladies' champion and is the 2015 US junior ladies' silver medalist.
  • Alexia Paganini is the 2016 Gardena Spring Trophy junior ladies' gold medalist,  2016 US Figure Skating Championships novice ladies' silver medalist, and 2015 and 2016 Eastern Sectional novice ladies' champion.
  • Alexia Paganini is the 2016 Gardena Spring Trophy junior ladies' gold medalist,  2016 US Figure Skating Championships novice ladies' silver medalist, and 2015 and 2016 Eastern Sectional novice ladies' champion.
  • SCNY member and Olympian Nicole Rajicova placed seventh at Skate America (2015) and Cup of China (2015), 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.
  • Adam Rippon is the 2016 U.S. Figure Skating national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, the 2015 and 2012 U.S. silver medalist, the 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, the 2008 U.S. junior national champion, the 2007-2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, a Skate America and Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2013 and 2015), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15), and a bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010) and Trophee Bompard (2009).
  • Adam Rippon is the 2016 U.S. Figure Skating national champion, 2010 Four Continents champion, the 2015 and 2012 U.S. silver medalist, the 2008 and 2009 World Junior champion, the 2008 U.S. junior national champion, the 2007-2008 Junior Grand Prix Final champion, a Skate America and Golden Spin of Zagreb silver medalist (2013 and 2015), two-time Finlandia Trophy silver medalist (2014-15), and a bronze medalist at Skate Canada (2010) and Trophee Bompard (2009).
  • Olivia Serafini won gold at the US Figure Skating Classic's Junior Challenge in Salt Lake City, September 2014. She is the two-time Eastern Sectional junior ladies' champion and is the 2015 US junior ladies' silver medalist.
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 U.S. national champions, 2011 World bronze medalists, three-time U.S. national silver medalists (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 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 U.S. national champions, 2011 World bronze medalists, three-time U.S. national silver medalists (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 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 U.S. national champions, 2011 World bronze medalists, three-time U.S. national silver medalists (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 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Maia and Alex Shibutani are the 2016 U.S. national champions, 2011 World bronze medalists, three-time U.S. national silver medalists (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 US Winter Olympics team.
  • Erika Smith (SCNY) and AJ Reiss (LAFSC) train in Los Angeles and placed sixth in senior pairs at the 2016 US Figure Skating National Championships.
  • The Skyliners 2015-16 senior line is a two-time US Synchronized Skating national bronze medalist (2015 and 2016) and member of Team USA. The line won silver at the 2015 Anaheim Synchro Classic and bronze at the 2015 Dr. Richard Porter Classic in Ann Arbor, and placed fourth at the Neuchatel Cup in Switzerland.
  • Isabella Tobias (SCNY) teamed with Ilia Tkachenko (Russian Federation) after the 2013-14 season and skates for Israel. They won gold at the 2015 Tallinn Trophy and silver at the 2015 Finlandia Trophy and 2015 Mordovian Ornament. Tobias and retired dance partner Deividas Stagniunas skated for Lithuania and were bronze medalists at Skate America (2011). Tkachenko and Ekaterina Riazanova were the 2010 Trophée Eric Bompard silver medalists, the 2012 Skate Canada bronze medalists and a three-time Russian national medalists.
  • Isabella Tobias (SCNY) teamed with Ilia Tkachenko (Russian Federation) after the 2013-14 season and skates for Israel. They won gold at the 2015 Tallinn Trophy and silver at the 2015 Finlandia Trophy and 2015 Mordovian Ornament. Tobias and retired dance partner Deividas Stagniunas skated for Lithuania and were bronze medalists at Skate America (2011). Tkachenko and Ekaterina Riazanova were the 2010 Trophée Eric Bompard silver medalists, the 2012 Skate Canada bronze medalists and a three-time Russian national medalists.
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