The Figure Skating Club of Bloomington provides skaters the expertise, training and support to reach their full potential. This commitment to excellence has produced more than 65 Minnesota State Champions and over 20 national and international competitors.
Congratulations to all FSC Bloomington Club members who competed at this years' Minnesota State Figure Skating Competition. What an amazing job you all did representing the FSC of Bloomington. Well done!
The following skaters will be featured in the trophy case for finishing in the top four places for their events:
Colton Johnson and Andrew Sena Junior Men Gold and Silver Medalists
Kaitlyn Wu Novice Ladies Silver Medalist
Silvia Hugec and Emma Enebak Junior Ladies Bronze and Pewter Medalists
Paige Koopmeiners Pre-Juvenile Pewter Medalist
Renee Greenfield Adult FS Bronze Silver Medalist
Bonnie Goronowski Adult FS Silver Gold Medalist
Emma Voigt, Elizabeth Hogshire, and Hannah Butala Open-Pre Juvenile Gold, Silver and Pewter Medalists
Isabella Ward Pre-Preliminary Silver Medalist
Nila Cooper and Jessica Robeck Preliminary Silver and Bronze Medalists
Congratulations to the FSC of Bloomington for their participation in the
TCFSA basic skills series for 2015-2016.
Out of 17 participating clubs, the FSC of Bloomington placed 12th with 40 points accumulated by 10 participating skaters.
The following skaters were part of the series: Sophia Braun, Vivian Reiley, Taylor Thorman, Kailey Kahlow, Emily Sheldon, Emma Trudeau, Grace Menanga, Jaqueline Steskal, Maiya Warner, and Sarah Zimmerman.
The top 4 skaters at each level receive a trophy and a certificate for their placement. Trophies will be awarded on Saturday, August 27th at the 2017 Minnesota State Figure Skating Championships.
The final standings are posted on the TCFSA website under the basic skills icon.
Attention Figure Skating Club of Bloomington Members competing at this year's Upper Great Lakes Regional Competition (qualifying & non-qualifying levels). Space is limited for the exhibition opportunity listed below and skaters will be accepted on a first come/first served basis. Register early and make sure you discuss with your coach prior to registering:
Exhibition opportunity for 2017 Uppers Competitors
Saturday, September 24, 2016; 5:00 p.m.
Qualifying and non-qualifying skaters are invited to participate.
Once skaters have progressed through group “learn to skate” classes, Junior Club offers a great way for kids ages 4-8 to continue to develop their figure skating skills.
Rather than large group classes, Junior Club members learn from a great staff of coaches in smaller groups or private lessons.