VIDEO: Vanderhoof figure skaters landed gold, bronze in Kla-How-Ya

Over 130 figure skaters across northern B.C. participated the regional competition Kla-How-Ya in Vanderhoof’s arena on Dec. 3

Natalie Bjornson of Nechako Figure Skating Club competes in regional competition Kla-How-Ya 2016 in Vanderhoof on Dec. 3.




Over 130 figure skaters across northern B.C. danced, jumped, and twirled before judges for the regional competition Kla-How-Ya in Vanderhoof’s arena on Dec. 3

“Most of the girls were assessed and received gold, silver, bronze, or merit,” said Nechako Figure Skating Club’s coach Jennifer Auston. “All of them did a great job!”

 

Vanderhoof results of skaters in upper categories:

Shae Lynn Geernaert got bronze medal in Quad threat star 5.

Abigail Stewart received bronze medal for Star 3 Quad Threat.

Sarah Rae Saharchuk received gold medal for Star 4 elements.

In the Star 4 Girls U13 Free Program, Ayva Lewis and Sarah-rae Saharchuk placed fifth and sixth respectively.

 

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