Figure skaters pass tests

Glengarry figure skaters shine in tests at home and Oliver

SAMANTHA MACNALLY of the Glengarry Figure Skating Club passed all four of her tests with flying colours in Oliver on Dec. 14.

Members of the Glengarry Figure Skating Club took part in testing sessions at McLaren Arena Dec. 12 and in Oliver Dec.14.

In Oliver, Kaylee Fortunato, Alex Jung, Rachel Jung and Cloé Robert passed their preliminary skills; Joycey Cheng and Samantha Macnally their junior bronze skills; Jordana McEachern her senior silver skills, Sara Slater and Giselle Weisheit, baby blues; Rachel Jung, swing; Alex Jung and Rachel Jung, fiesta tango; Kaylee Fortunato, Macnally and Denielle Powers, Tex-Fox; Powers, 14-step, Maddy Maywood, European Waltz; Sabrina Fortunato, Harris Tango; Isabelle Tuckwood, Starlight Waltz and Anne Lu, Killian.

In Penticton, Macnally passed her junior bronze free elements part one as well as part two with Maywood, Powers and Tuckwood. McEachern and Nadia Snyman passed their senior bronze free program part one and two tests, while Sabrina Fortunato and Meagan Pankratz passed the junior silver free program part two.


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