● ● ● ● ● ● Click here to join SCNY or renew your membership for the 2019-20 season! ● ● ● Register now for the 2020 USFS Qualifying Season. ● ● ● Congratulations US Pairs champions Ashley Cain (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. SCNY) and their fellow Team USA members on winning the 2019 ISU World Team Trophy in Fukuoka, Japan! ● ● ● Skyliners Senior placed eighth at the 2019 ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships in Helsinki, Finland. Congratulations, Skyliners! ● ● ● Congratulations Stephanie Hao - 2019 US Adult Silver Dramatic Entertainment AND Bronze Solo Free Dance Champion! Congratulations Mayumi Yamamoto - 2019 US Adult Gold Ladies IV pewter medalist! ● ● ● US Senior Pairs Champions Ashley Cain (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. SCNY) placed ninth at the 2019 ISU World Figure Skating Championships in Saitama City, Japan, securing two pairs spots for Team USA at the 2020 World Championships. Congratulations, Ashley and Tim! ● ● ● Congratulations Skyliners -- 2019 ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Bronze Medalists! ● ● ● Congratulations Skyliners Senior -- 2019 and 2018 US Synchronized Skating Senior Silver Medalists! Good luck at Worlds! ● ● ● Congratulations Skyliners Juvenile -- 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014 and 2011 US Synchronized Skating Juvenile Champions! ● ● ● Congratulations Skyliners Junior -- 2019, 2018, 2017, 2015 and 2011 US Synchronized Skating Junior Champions! ● ● ● Congratulations Skyliners Novice -- 2019, 2018 and 2017 US Synchronized Skating Novice Champions! ● ● ● Congratulations Skyliners Intermediate -- 2019 US Synchronized Skating bronze medalists. ● ● ● Congratulations Ashley Cain (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, assoc. SCNY) -- 2019 US Figure Skating Senior Pairs Champions! ● ● ● Congratulations Haven Denney (SCNY) and Brandon Frazier (All Year FSC) -- 2019 US Figure Skating Senior Pairs' Silver medalists! ● ● ● Congratulations Oona and Gage Brown -- 2019 US Figure Skating Junior Dance Pewter medalists! ● ● ● Congratulations SCNY members Alexia Paganini and Nicole Rajicova on placing sixth and ninth at the 2019 European Figure Skating Championships in Minsk, Belarus. Alexia represents Switzerland and Nicole represents Slovakia. ● ● ● SCNY member Rena Ikenishi placed thirteenth in Senior Ladies at the 2019 US Figure Skating Championships. Congratulations, Rena! ● ● ● Congratulations Audrey Shin -- 2019 US Figure Skating Junior Ladies' Silver medalist! Associate SCNY member Emilia Murdock won bronze. ● ● ● Congratulations Laura Jacobson -- 2019 US Figure Skating Novice Ladies' Pewter medalist! Fellow SCNY member Emily Zhang placed nintht. Ariana LoPinto (SCNY) and Joshua Levitt (SC Northern VA) placed tenth in Novice Pairs. ● ● ● Congratulations Lilly Mills and Ava Ziegler -- 2019 US Figure Skating Juvenile Girls' Bronze and Pewter medalists! We are so proud of you! ● ● ● Congratulations Dalila DeLaura (SCNY) and Ryan Xie (SC Morris) -- 2019 US Figure Skating Juvenile Pairs' Pewter medalists! Emily Renzi (SC Southern NJ) and Zachary LoPinto (SCNY) placed eighth. ● ● ● javascript:__jQuery__('#z-cpice-oj a:eq(4)').boxplusDialog();">Open Juvenile lines placed ninth and sixth. ● ● ● Congratulations SCNY board member Timothy Goebel - 2002 Olympic bronze medalist and member, US Figure Skating Hall of Fame! ● ● ● ● ● ●
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The twenty-third annual U.S. Adult Figure Skating Championships concluded Saturday, April 22nd in Wake Forest, North Carolina. Seven skaters attended from the Skating Club of New York, competing in ten events, winning medals in four. Congratulations, all adult skaters!

Skater Event Medal
Anna Drozda Championship Gold Ladies Bronze
Kenneth Yin Championship Gold Men Bronze
Anna Drozda Adult Ladies Gold 1 Bronze
Mayumi Yamamoto Adult Ladies Gold IV Silver
Narrowly missing the podium were fellow SCNY members Rosemarie Coyle, Stephanie Hao, Tracey Rhodes and Tara O'Neil.

[…]this story does not end with her winning any championship medals. It doesn’t have to. In fact, this story does not end at all. Because Susan is still figure skating several mornings a week – simply because skating is still the best way for her to unfold a certain beauty and transcendence within her life that she cannot seem to access in any other manner.

– Elizabeth Gilbert, Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear (Riverhead Books 2016)

My Yahoo Story: Susan Kittenplan

By Susan Kittenplan, Editorial VP, Yahoo! Inc. and President, The Skating Club of New York

A friend of mine, the writer Elizabeth Gilbert, called me a few years ago to ask if I would participate in a chapter of a new book. “Do you want me to edit a specific chapter?” I asked, since I worked closely with her as an editor at both GQ and Allure, and had assigned her essay that led to her book Eat, Pray, Love. “No,” she said. “I am writing a book about people changing their lives and taking risks, and I want to write about you and figure skating.”

Getting back on the ice after 20+ years didn’t feel like a big hurdle. It’s not exactly like climbing K2 or overcoming a stutter. It’s not even in the realm of risk Liz took when she left everything and traveled the world for a year to write her bestseller. Actually, I was a little embarrassed that people might laugh at this so-called challenge.

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I started skating when I was five years old and competed until I was 16. I loved it, but was tired of the early-morning practices, hated doing patch (figure eights), and knew that I was not headed to Nationals, let alone any Olympics. So I gave it up and thought I was done with the sport. However, returning to the ice has been cathartic and life-changing in ways I couldn’t have expected – both personally and professionally.

If you ever see me walking into the New York office on a Tuesday or Friday morning with a huge smile on my face, it’s because I have just come from the rink. I love the feeling of gliding and flying that I get from skating. As soon as my blades touch the ice, I instantly feel better. I also love the camaraderie of skaters with whom I share the ice – from ages 9 to 90. Seriously, there is a judge who is 90 years old who skates regularly, as well as a Nobel Prize winner in physics. Figure skating can seem effortless and elegant, but it takes tremendous strength, agility, and frankly, some acting ability to be a skater. And being a media executive takes some of those same skills as well.

I spent most of my media career at Condé Nast working at Vanity Fair, GQ, Glamour and Allure. But during my time as an editor at Harper’s Bazaar, I remembered that the Hearst offices were located near a skating shop in midtown Manhattan where I bought my ice skates as a little girl. One day, I stopped in after work and bought a far-too-expensive pair. Still, I couldn’t get myself to the rink. It seemed daunting. I was worried I wouldn’t be able to skate at all. It may sound clichéd, but after 9/11 happened, I thought I needed to do something I loved, something that would get me out of my head, something that would get me moving. Those sentiments finally got me to Sky Rink at Chelsea Piers, where I met my coach and my ice dance partner a few weeks later, and started to skate regularly.

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Getting back on the ice has made me less afraid of facing challenges. My return to skating as an adult, especially as an ice dancer, emphasizes strategy and teamwork. It’s impossible for me to think about work or anything else when I skate. Ice dancing requires a great deal of focus; I have to be in the moment and be aware of the space around me. There is no room for my mind to wander because I could trip, fall, and hurt myself and my partner or coach.

Skating also helped with goal setting. Just like those we set at Yahoo, I want to pass different test levels in ice dancing. I have been working on my pre-silver ice dances for a while; I keep failing the test for a dance called the European Waltz. I’m determined to pass – even if I have to wear down those judges and test every month until they get sick of me.

It is important to find your passion, something that makes you get up too early, stay up too late, search online for any story on the topic and feel giddy when you find kindred spirits who are also obsessed with your passion. Passion can be used as a form of what I call “Positive Procrastination.” You know how sometimes it helps to put one story or project aside and work on another? That is Positive Procrastination – distraction in a good way. Skating also brings me stress relief. It feels as if my brain completely switches to another frequency.

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I believe my passion makes me better at my job. When I skate before work, I come to the office with a clear head. Skating has pushed me to face certain fears, such as stage fright or speaking in public – something I have to do more at Yahoo than I have ever done before. Also, it has allowed me to become more flexible and understanding. Working with a partner requires that you do your best to not let the other person down, but it also helps you to understand that mistakes can happen no matter how much you have prepared (all good lessons that can be applied to any job). Ultimately, my passion for skating has taught me to bring grace and resilience to both the ice and the office. And there’s that whole “You fall, then you get back up” metaphor. Trite but true.

Ultimately, I said yes to Liz, and she did include me in her book Big Magic: Creative Living Beyond Fear, writing about my skating as only she can:

“[…]this story does not end with her winning any championship medals. It doesn’t have to. In fact, this story does not end at all. Because Susan is still figure skating several mornings a week – simply because skating is still the best way for her to unfold a certain beauty and transcendence within her life that she cannot seem to access in any other manner.

And she would like to spend as much time as possible in such a state of transcendence while she is still here on earth. That’s all. That’s what I call creative living.”

It is creative living that I have also found at Yahoo. I hope you find your passion and that it inspires you both in your work and, most importantly, in your life.

This article is republished with the permission of Yahoo! Inc.

Helsinki, Finland hosts 2017 ISU World Figure Skating Championships March 29 through April 2, 2017. SCNY members Maia Shibutani and Alex Shibutani represent the United States in dance and Haven Denney and her partner Brandon Frazier represent the United States in pairs. Other club members include Slovakian ladies champ Nicole Rajicova, Israeli dance champs Isabella Tobias and her partner Ilya Tkachenko, and South Korean dance champs Alexander Gamelin and his partner Yura Min.

Good luck, all SCNY and all Team USA skaters!

 

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Kiss & Cry excitement at Synchro Nationals - 2017 Collegiate Championships - University of Michigan and Miami University

Calling all high school students and college bound skaters!

Interested in continuing skating through college?

Join several SCNY collegians, graduates and officials for an overview of collegiate skating, plus participate in an On-ice Mock Intercollegiate Team Maneuvers Competition 9 am to noon, Sunday, April 9, 2017 at Chelsea Piers Sky Rink.

Never heard of maneuvers?

In addition to free skating and solo dance, intercollegiate teams compete in maneuvers -- leveled skills competitions where each team member focuses on one or two required elements (maneuvers) at one of three test-based levels.

Sign up below, sharpen your skates, and join us for an exhilarating morning of mock intercollegiate competition and college skating orientation.


On-Ice Maneuvers (9:00-10:20 am)

Maneuvers will be done as a simulation of an intercollegiate team competition. Participants will select up to two elements that they would like to skate at their current test level when they register for the seminar (see the form below for the list of elements).



Off-Ice Workshops (10:30-Noon)

Overview of Collegiate Skating

  • Opportunities for continued skating in college
  • The difference between collegiate synchronized skating, intercollegiate team skating and Collegiate Championships

Athlete Perspective (current and alumni)

  • Structure of recruitment
  • Opportunities for leadership
  • Scholarship Opportunities
  • Available programs at all levels of skating -- Intercollegiate figure skating goes from pre-preliminary to senior

College Test Prep Info Session (Noon to 12:50pm)

  • Noodle Pro Tutors, who have worked with SCNY skaters and other athletes, will talk about how to juggle ice time, school, and test prep, and also provide timelines and advice for college prep milestones (class selection, testing, college visits, applications).


Cost: Just $25, inclusive of ice time!

($35 for non-SCNY members)

Parents are welcome to join the Off-Ice Workshop and the College Test Prep Info Session

CLICK HERE TO GET STARTED!!


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The Skyliners returned Sunday from the 2017 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships in Rockford, Illinois with FOUR NATIONAL TITLES — gold in Junior, Novice, Intermediate and Juvenile, plus bronze for Senior. Gotham City Synchro Masters placed twelfth. We are so proud of every SCNY team and skater!

Skyliners Junior heads to Mississauga, Ontario March 10-11 as TEAM USA 1 and the ISU World Junior Synchronized Skating Championships for the third consecutive year. Good luck, TEAM USA!

The Skyliners Novice Line - 2017 U.S. National Champions
U.S. Synchronized Skating National Champions
Skyliners Senior

Bronze

The Skyliners 2016-17 senior line is the 2017 ISU Zagreb Snowflakes Trophy champion and 2017 ISU Mozart Cup, 2016 Richard Porter and 2016 Boston Synchro Classic bronze medalist. It is the 2017, 2016 and 2015 US national bronze medalist.

Skyliners Junior

Gold

The 2016-17 Skyliners junior line won the 2017 US Synchronized Skating National Championships, 2017 US World Team Selection Event, 2017 ISU Berlin Cup, 2016 New England Challenge Cup and 2016 Dr. Richard Porter Synchro Classic, and claimed bronze at the 2017 and 2016 ISU French Cup in Rouen, France. The line is a three-time national champion and will compete as USA TEAM 1 at the ISU Synchronized Skating Junior World Championships in Mississauga, Ontario.

Skyliners Novice

Gold

The 2016-17 Skyliners novice line is the 2017 US Synchronized Skating Novice National Champion. The line also won the 2017 Eastern Synchronized Sectional Championships and 2017 Colonial, 2016 Dr. Richard Porter and 2016 Boston Sunchro Classics. They are also the 2015, 2014, 2013 and 2011 US Synchronized Skating bronze medalists.

Skyliners Intermediate

Gold

The Skyliners 2016-17 Intermediate line is the 2017 and 2016 US Synchronized Skating National Intermediate Champion and 2017 Eastern Sectional Synchronized Skating Champion. The line won gold at the 2016 Dr. Richard Porter Classic, silver at the 2017 Colonial Classic and bronze at the 2016 Boston Synchro Classic.

Skyliners Juvenile

Gold

The 2016-17 Skyliners Juvenile line is the 2017 and 2016 US Synchronized Skating National Juvenile Champion. The line won gold at the 2017 Eastern Sectional Championships, 2017 Colonial Synchro and 2016 Terry Conners Synchro Classic and silver at the 2017 Boston Synchro Classic. Skyliners Juvenile has won four Nationals titles and has won Eastern Sectionals seven consecutive times.

Honorable Mentions
Gotham City Synchro Masters

Twelfth

The 2016-17 Gotham City Synchro masters line won silver at the 2017 Colonnial and 2016 Terry Conners Synchronized Skating Classics.

Team Rosters

The 2016-17 Gotham City Synchro Masters line

Alex Barrett
Cheryl Chang
Joy Foo
Emi Freese
Rebecca Horton
Stephanie Jaworski
Lauren Lin
Marianne Lynn
Fusae Nara
Susan Neiman
Michelle Prettyman
Nancy Quaife
Jennifer Schiff
Ashley Slobodkin

The 2016-17 Skyliners Senior line

Liliana Betschart
Taylor Blake
Rebecca Bone
Katherine Burns
Margaret Burns
Erin Dingley
Grace Fanning
Eliza Farber
Annette Gutnik
Dana Hall
Christine Kao
Catherine Kapica
Kristen Lewis
Shoshanna Lustig
LaDan Nemati
Tessa Ostermann
Casey Ouellette
Samantha Romenesko
Natasha Vo
Paige Wilkie

The 2016-17 Skyliners Junior line

Virginia Barney
Kelsey Bialo
Alexis Bolner
Maggie Brooks
Cordelia Chen
Madison deBlasi
Isabella Dinelli
Katherine Elmlinger
Whitney Elmlinger
Rosie Emerson
Jessica Hu
Michaela Kaminski
Emily Kirillov
Audrey Laude
Olivia Marshall
Katherine Orlin
Alexandra Perez
Neha Reddy
Lainey Rothschild
Kylie Saloma

The 2016-17 Skyliners Novice line

Amie Adjakple
Jillian Belluck
Caitlyn Chapey
Rachel Cortese
Judey DaRos
Elizabeth Essaid
Jolie Golden
Sophia Lamb
Ethne Laude
Juliette Lipson
Mary Ashley Mendik
Gracie Ossorio
Alyssa Politoski
Lucy Potter
Jillian Saloma
Meghan Schaefer
Emmy Sloan
Jocelyn Song
Mia Sparks
Kristen Tse
Natasha Witz
Melissa Woo
Shirley Zhu

The 2016-17 Skyliners Intermediate line

Lisa Asriev
Catherine Babcock
Clara Baurmeister
Arielle Belluck
Sharon Bikvan
Katelyn Coburn
Julia Edelman
Danielle Feingold
Rhianna Gold
Nicole Huber
Brayleigh Keefe
Isabela Malone
Angela Mercurio
Sophie Isabel Overstreet
Alexandra Popescu
Lauren Sallay
Shoshana Schwartz
Erika Sipos
Nikka Staron
Chiara Vlacich
Tracy Wang
Sarah Whittle
Lily Young
Keri Zhang

The 2016-17 Skyliners Juvenile line

Mae Archie
Sherlynn Arcuri
Giovanna Armetta
Gabriella Arovas
Allison Bray
Charlotte Carter
Abigail Cohen
Sonya Danchak
Taylor DelCarmine
Carolyn Fei
Priscilla Liao
Kate Loughran
Veda Malhotra
Celeste Naughton
Chelsea Peng
Jacqueline Preuninger
Alison Quiambao
Mikayla Redmond
Kat Root
Helena Seibert
Christine Song
Alexis Steger
Anika Thite
Serina Wang
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Congratulations to the following skaters for their outstanding performances at the 2017 Prudential U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Kansas City, Missouri We are so proud of you!
Maia and Alex Shibutani Senior Dance Gold
Haven Denney (SCNY) and Brandon Frazier (All Year FSC) Senior Pairs Gold
Ashley Cain (SCNY) and Timothy LeDuc (LAFSC, SCNY assoc. member) Senior Pairs Bronze
Grant Hochstein Senior Men Pewter
Christina Carreira (SCNY) and Anthony Ponomarenko (SC San Francisco) Junior Dance Silver
Chloe Lewis (LAFSC) and Logan Bye (SCNY) Junior Dance Pewter
Emilia Murdock (SC Boston, SCNY assoc.) Intermediate Ladies Silver
Honorable mentions at Nationals
Adam Rippon Senior Men Withdrawn
Jimmy Ma Senior Men Twentieth
Erika Smith (SCNY) and A.J. Reiss (LAFSC) Senior Pairs Seventh
Alexia Paganini Junior Ladies Fifth
Isabella Gamez (LAFSC) and Griffin Schwab (SCNY) Junior Pairs Ninth
Jillian Smart and Matthew Rounis Junior Pairs Eleventh
Ilana Sherman Novice Ladies Eighth
Audrey Shin Novice Ladies Ninth
Violeta Ushakova Intermediate Ladies Sixth
Ashley Leahy Intermediate Ladies Twelfth
Oona and Gage Brown Intermediate Dance Twelfth
Indi Cha Juvenile Girls Ninth
Click on the names in the first or last column of each table to learn more about the designated skater(s).

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Don’t miss out! Place your ad in the Second Annual SCNY Yearbook NOW!

Our first annual Yearbook was a great success. Now is the time to place your ad for the 2016-2017 Season Yearbook. The complimentary yearbook will be mailed to all SCNY members. We hope you will join in the celebration.

2016 Sample Pages

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2017 Luminaries and Rising Stars

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Another extraordinary year for The Skating Club of New York is winding down, with seven medals at the US Figure Skating Championships -- including national titles in senior dance (Maia and Alex Shibutani) and senior pairs (Haven Denney and Brandon Frazier), four Grand Prix and Junior Grand Prix finalists, thirteen Grand Prix, Challenger Series and Junior Grand Prix medals, and three international medals for our Skyliners’ junior and senior lines.

We are equally proud of SCNY members of all levels and ages who compete locally, nationally, and internationally, skate on one of our Synchro Teams, appear in exhibitions, take freestyle, ice dance, and moves-in-the-field tests, participate in Learn to Skate programs, and just skate their hearts out across our 11 member rinks. For the second straight season, we are publishing a complimentary yearbook for SCNY members and hope you will join in the celebration

Don’t miss out on the chance to place an ad in our second annual SCNY yearbook!* Members, purchasing an ad in the SCNY yearbook is great way to commemorate your skater’s progress, recognize their fans and thank everyone who has made them the skater they are.

How to place your ad

Placing an ad in the SCNY yearbook is simple! Upload your text and hi-res photos, choose a font and background design, and an ad will be created for your approval. Or you can create your own ad and upload the finished hi-res ad.*

● 2-Page Spread — $175

● Full Page 5w x 8h — $100

● Half Page 5w x 3.75h — $60


* The pages are open to everyone, including commercial advertisers, and are not limited to SCNY members. The editorial board reserves the right to reject any submission that is negative, inflammatory, offensive or adverse to the yearbook's main purpose: celebrating the sport of figure skating and its skaters, teams, coaches, officials and supporters.

Use your ad to:

♥ Recognize your skater

♥ Root for your team

♥ Thank your club

♥ Shout out to your fans

♥ Thank your coaches

♥ Show off then and now



DEADLINE MAY 1

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