Members of the Terrace Skating Club. From back

Gold, silver, and bronze for Terrace skaters

Terrace Skating Club figure skaters competed at the Kla-How-Ya competition in Kitimat Nov. 30 - Dec. 1

Terrace Skating Club figure skaters returned from the Kla-How-Ya competition – held Nov. 30 – Dec. 1 in Kitimat – decorated with ribbons and medals.

The 21 skaters brought home seven gold medals, eight silver medals and nine bronze, with the Star event skaters receiving multiple gold, silver and bronze ribbons in their evaluated events.

“The skaters all put on a great performance from our Star 1 level skaters (Kaeanna Mckenzie, Makayla Forrest, Mikayla Beaudette, Sidney Penner, Teysean Henry), to our Special O skater (Laura Dale), to our most decorated and highest level skater at the competition (Jorden Hendry), who won five medals, and all the skaters in between,” said the club’s Jennifer Kuehne.

The skaters are now preparing for the Caribou North Central Regional championships which take place in January of next year in Williams Lake.

 

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