Jade Gaudet

Rossland figure skaters post high marks in regional competition

The Rossland Figure Skating Club fared well at the West Kootenay Invitational Figure Skating Competition Jan.17-19.

The Rossland Figure Skating Club fared well at the West Kootenay Invitational Figure Skating Competition Jan.17-19, 2014 in Rossland.

Successful high tests passed:

• Ella Knight – Rocker Foxtrot

• Sianna Tomich – Argentine Tango, which completes the Gold Dances for Sianna.

Competition results included:

• Elle Ballendine – Silver Evaluation in Star 1

• Maya Maturo – First Competition, Bronze Evaluation in Star 1

• Tatyanna Fontaine – Bronze Evaluation in Star 2, fourth place in Elements 1

• Jade Gaudet – Silver Evaluation in Star 2, fifth place in pre introductory interpretive

• Morgan Corkill – Silver Evaluation in Star 2

• Desiree Cassidy – First place in Star 4 over 13, first place in Elements 1 and sixth place in pre introductory interpretive

• Payton Reed – Silver Evaluation in Star 3, sixth place in bronze interpretive

• Sianna Tomich – first place in Juvenile U14 Competitive Freeskate, first place in silver interpretive, second place in gold solo dance

• Ella Knight – Second place in Star 4 over 13, seventh place in pre introductory interpretive

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