Ice Chips 2018 Skater Registration is Now Open

Ice Chips Show of Champions

Good Luck Competitors!

2018 New England Regional Figure Skating Competitors, group photo

The Club proudly wishes the best of luck to all competitors at the 2018 New England Regional Figure Skating Championships.

Official Competition Results

 

 Juvenile Boys Total Score Place
Mika Amdour
Alexander Bologov
Jack Liu
Jessie Phaneuf-Moniz
Luke Witkowski
Allen Wu
Anthony Ying

 

Juvenile Girls Total Score Place
Erica Biner
Stefania Blackwell
Fiona Breen
Caroline Brown
Sarah Burke
Kate Burke
Grace Cai
Sara Campos
Richelle Chang
Dana Chang
Ela Cui
Amy Cui
Clara Delcamino-Yang
Claire Fleming
Danielle Gagnon
Giselle Graves
Jasmine Lanata
Olivia Lee
Sophia Lee
Chloe Man
Madeleine Miller
Allison Moore
Katie Mousseau
Abigail Newton
Olivia Phillips
Caroline Santaguida
Emily Skoutas
Angela Sutton
Sarah Talty
Lilly Wallingford
Caroline Ward
Mia White
Sophie Zhang Nacke
Katelyn Zhao

 

 Intermediate Men Total Score Place
Ramsey Ghanem
Damian Jarvis
Ryan Siracuse

 

 Intermediate Ladies Total Score Place
Dessie Bell-Kamen
Alexis Boulanger
Indi Cha
Hazel Collier
Danielle D’Amours
Deirdre Farrell
Cate Fleming
Clara Gross
Carley Hinson
Lily Hunter
Sophia Iannelli
Katherine Keating
Marilena Kitromilis
Simone Klein
Victoria Laub
Cathryn Limketkai
Francesca Maiuri
Gemma Parker
Annabelle Rie
Erika Witkowski
Sophia Ying

 

 Novice Ladies Total Score Place
Brooke Barrett
Ellie Beriau
Sara Celanovic
Christie Lee Marshall
Emilia Murdock
Delaney Shaw
Maddie Weiler

 

 Novice Men Total Score Place
Jedidiah Isbell
Seungil (Rick) Lee

 

 Junior Ladies Total Score Place
Marietta Atkins
Jin Baseman
Dayoon Chang
Caroline Depietri
Analise Gonzalez
Liza Hayes
Gabriella Izzo
Erica MacSweeney
Maya O’Leary-Cyr

 

 Junior Men Total Score Place
Jun-Hong Chen

 

 Senior Ladies Total Score Place
Heidi Munger
Rebecca Peng
Sydney Reynders
Megan Wessenberg

 

Senior Men Total Score Place
Curran Oi

Notice: Attendance at Competition Send-Off

Competition Send-Offs are one of the largest events held at the Club during the competitive season. Due to the number of members attending and the limited seating and standing room, attendance for the exhibition and dinner is limited to members who rsvp’d and their guests.

Those without an rsvp to a send-off will not be able to attend the exhibition.

If you did not receive an email summary of your rsvp, you and your guests are not officially registered. Please contact the Club office at 617-782-5900.

Attendees are encouraged to stay for the entire exhibition to support the Club’s skaters.

 

Sk8 to Elimin8 Cancer with Scott Hamilton Cares Foundation

Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation

The Skating Club of Boston and its Theatre on Ice of Boston program are inviting all Club members to partner with the Club and the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation to get involved and support Sk8 to Elimin8 Cancer – Boston. This very special event will raise funds to support the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation and its mission to support cancer research, education and survivorship. Importantly too, 20% of all funds raised will go directly to two of Boston’s own world-class institutions: Mass General Cancer Center and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

We invite everyone to join us for our Club-wide Sk8 to Elimin8 Cancer – Boston benefit and Turn Cancer Upside Down! Fundraise with fellow members starting today, and then join Scott Hamilton in an on-ice celebration on Friday, December 1, 2017 at the Club.

There are lots of ways to get involved!

Register today to raise funds on your own or with a team at www.crowdrise.com/Sk8Boston

  1. Create your own profile page with your fundraising goal and a photo
  2. Invite friends, family, and anyone in your network to donate toward your goal
  3. Meet & Greet with Scott Hamilton for top fundraisers
  4. And more!

Sk8 with the Club on December 1, 2017 to raise funds and honor those you love affected by cancer

  1. Skating Exhibition – registration coming soon
  2. Skating lap-a-thon – raise money for each lap completed
  3. On-ice games
  4. VIP lounge
  5. Online silent auction
  6. And more!

For more information about this exciting opportunity, Click HERE.

2001 U.S. Figure Skating Nationals Skating Scholarship

In 2001, The Skating Club of Boston hosted the 2001 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, bringing the event back to Boston for the first time in 40 years. In recognition of the event volunteers, the Club dedicated profits to establish a scholarship with the New England Interclub Council (NEICC). The scholarship is available to New England area skaters and is administered by the NEICC.

The Club encourages all members who believe they fit the criteria to submit their application to the NEICC by the established deadline of October 31, 2017.

Completed applications can be mailed to:

Valerie Johnson
35 Hayes Lane
Lexington, MA 02421

Any questions about the scholarship or the application process can be directed to Valerie Johnson at vjohnson35@aol.com.

Scholarship Information Sheet (pdf)
Scholarship Application (pdf)

Passing of Ted Clarke

Ted ClarkeIt is with great sadness that we note the passing of Club member and past president, Ted Clarke. Ted passed away on Monday, September 4, 2017.

Ted, and his wife Mary, have been long-time members of the Club, and both have been prodigious in their many volunteer contributions to the sport, both here at the Club and with U.S. Figure Skating. Ted served three terms as Vice President of U.S. Figure Skating, and significantly, was president of the Club from 1994 -1997. He was the catalyst for bringing the 2001 U.S. Championships to Boston for the first time in almost 40 years, and also served as its chairman. Ted was also a former champion skater, and was active in judging and in many areas of the administration of figure skating. He judged the U.S. Figure Skating Championships six times, selecting members of the U.S. Olympic team for three of those times, and was Team Leader of the U.S. Team at Skate America in 2002.

As president of the Club, Ted was also instrumental in first conceiving of the Club developing a new, multi-rink facility for its home, and he outlined the first sketches for the design on a dinner napkin. Much has changed since that early concept, but great credit is due to Ted for his vision in first articulating the need for a larger and better equipped facility. He and his wife Mary were also editors of the skating publication Tracings for 25 years, an important publication of its time at both the local and national level. To both Ted and Mary’s great credit, Tracings was the longest-running privately published skating publication in the world. And quite significantly, Ted and Mary founded the Boston Open competition, a New England skating institution since its inception in the late 70s.

Ted was also a historian and prolific writer of local travel and history books, authoring more than 21 publications during his life. More information can be found about Ted’s legacy and his many achievements here.

Relatives and friends are respectfully invited by Ted’s family to attend the Memorial Mass on Saturday, September 16, 2017 at 10:30 AM in St. Jerome Church, Weymouth. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Ted may be made to St. Jerome Parish, 632 Bridge Street, Weymouth, MA 02191.

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