─⛸️─ Congrats to our Skyliners Junior team for earning the GOLD medal at the Mozart Cup! ─⛸️─ A huge congrats to Ashley Cain-Gribble and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC) on winning their second US title and for being named to the 2022 Olympic team! ─⛸️─ Brian Johhnson and his partner Jessica Calalang (DuPage FSC) win the Silver medal in Championship Pairs for the third straight season ─⛸️─ Congratulations to Ava Ziegler on becoming the 2022 U.S. Figure Skating Junior Ladies Silver Medalist! ─⛸️─ 25 SCNY members qualified for the US National Championships ─⛸️─ SCNY member Lucy Brennan elected to the US Figure Skating Hall of Fame ─⛸️─ SCNY Skyliner Senior and Junior teams named to Team USA for this season!

Help celebrate Maia and Alex Shibutani's new Kudo Kids mystery!

Join us on May 16th at 7pm for a conversation with Maia Shibutani and Alex Shibutani.

The Skating Club of New York

Submit your questions, celebrate their new book Kudo Kids: The Mystery in Manhattan, and support your local skating club!

Tickets: $25 includes a LIVE 45-minute Q&A session with Maia & Alex
where they will answer your questions about the Olympics, their skating career, and their new book series.

You will also receive a copy of Kudo Kids: The Mystery in Manhattan after the event.



All proceeds (net the book's wholesale publishing cost) from those who purchase through the SCNY website will go to your local skating organization or club!

Additional books can be purchased for $15 including shipping to the same address.

REGISTER TODAY for the May 16th Zoom event at 7pm EDT and your copy of the book.

maia shibutani & alex shibutani

Maia and Alex Shibutani are two-time Olympic Bronze Medalists, three-time World Medalists, Four Continents Champions, and two-time U.S. National Champions. At the 2018 Winter Olympics, they became the first ice dancers of Asian descent to win medals at the Olympics and are only the second sibling duo in the history of the sport to medal in Ice Dance.

Off the ice, Maia and Alex are authors, as well as active ambassadors and supporters for various organizations. Their first book, Kudo Kids: The Mystery of the Masked Medalist was released in September 2020. The second book of their series for young readers, Kudo Kids: The Mystery in Manhattan, is being released on May 4th, 2021.

As Athlete Ambassadors for the U.S. State Department, they have traveled to Japan, Korea, and Singapore, connecting with young people at cultural and goodwill events. The Shibutanis are known for using their platform on social media to bring new audiences to their sport, as well as sharing their interests in fashion, food, travel, and entertainment.


What a fun ride throughout this book! It not only got me excited about the Olympics, but the OlympiFan game was full of twists and intrigue. A contemporary story that will connect with young readers everywhere.

― Kristi Yamaguchi, Olympic champion and New York Times best‑selling author

It’s truly remarkable that sister and brother Maia and Alex Shibutani, who just happen to be very well known for their excellence in skating, have taken that same champion level approach to creating Kudo Kids. Everyone loves a great mystery, and Kudo Kids delivers a fun and exciting adventure aimed for young readers, that everyone can enjoy. I have a strong feeling this could be the beginning of something BIG!

― Scott Hamilton, Olympic Champion