Glengarry skaters pass their tests

Glengarry Figure skaters pass their tests in Oliver

Members of the Glengarry Figure Skating Club took tests in Oliver on Dec. 13.

Below are the results:

FreeSkate

Sr Silver

Part 2 (Program); Meagan Pankratz

Gold

Part 1 (Elements); Meagan Pankratz

Part 2 (Program); Meagan Pankratz, Sabrina Fortunato (SSC)

Interpretive

Introductory; Kaylee Fortunato (SSC)

Bronze; Saki Smith (SSC)

Silver; Nadia Snyman

Gold; Patricia Fortunato (SSC)

Skills

Jr Bronze; Giselle Weisheit

Sr Bronze; Samantha Macnally, Saki Smith (SSC)

Gold; Meagan Pankratz, Jordana McEachern

Dance

Jr Bronze

Swing; Zoe Wu (KSC)

Fiesta Tango; Zoe Wu (KSC)

Willow Waltz; Giselle Weisheit, Sara Slater, Zoe Wu (KSC)

Sr Bronze

Ten Fox; Amy Slater

European Waltz; Samantha Macnally, Kaylee Fortunato (SSC)

Sr Silver

Paso Doble; Jordana McEachern, Keara Anutooshkin, Nadia Snyman

Starlight Waltz; Patricia Fortunato (SSC)

Blues; Nadia Snyman

Killian; Keara Anutooshkin, Saki Smith (SSC)

Gold

Viennese Waltz; Meagan Pankratz, Sabrina Fortunato (SSC)

 

Argentine Tango; Meagan Pankratz, Sabrina Fortunato (SSC)

 

 

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