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KELLY SHEFFIELD SKATING CAMP 2019

***   KELLY SHEFFIELD SKATING CAMP 2019   ***

TUESDAY 12 FEBRUARY 2019

Application forms now available for download on attachment below

Attachments:
Download this file (Application Form 2019.pdf)APPLICATION FORM FOR 2019 ON AND OFF ICE CAMP[Application Form]162 kB

KYLE FSC DATA PROTECTION PRIVACY NOTICE

 

THIS POLICY COMES INTO FORCE ON 25 MAY 2018

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Download this file (Data Protection Privacy Notice - May 2018.pdf)DATA PROTECTION PRIVACY POLICY[DATA PROTECTION PRIVACY POLICY]210 kB

INTERNATIONAL CALL-UPS

***  LOOKS LIKE THESE GIRLS HAVE "GAINED THE EDGE"!!   ***

Well done to the six skaters who have, this week, received letters from their governing body inviting these to represent Great Britain in various internationals over the coming season. The six girls, left to right are: Sylvhanna Horne, Ariana Moore, Ele Silvester, Megan Black, Lucy Merrilees and, in the front row, Zharia Horne. 

***   LOOKING GOOD   ***

THE PRIDE OF GAIN THE EDGE

GAIN THE EDGE SKATERS WITH ONE OF THEIR COACHES 

Gain the Edge are proud to be represented at this year's forthcoming British Ice Figure Skating Championships by nine skaters - all coached by Gillian and Suzanne Otterson.

From left to right the skaters are:  Teigan Horne;  Lucy Merrilees;  Tegan Arnott;  Holly Yates;  Jessica McCrum;  Sylvhanna Horne; Ele Silvester;  Shannon Carrick and Christy King.  Sylvhanna and Jessica will represent us at Junior Level,  Lucy, Ele and Shannon will represent us at Advanced Novice Level and Teigan Horne, Tegan Arnott, Holly Yates and Christy King will represent us at Basic Novice Level.  We wish the girls good luck and hope they all have a good skate and enjoy their experience.

 

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  • NATALIE SMITH

    Gain the Edge are happy to welcome Natalie Smith to their coaching support team. 

    Currently, Natalie is a Level 2 Coach, with lots of skating experience gained from attending the IJS seminars and several training camps and workshops, gaining experience with American Technical Specialists Kathy Casey, Janet Champion, Brian Orser and Annie Schelter from Canada, Vera Vandecaveye, Michael Huth and Olympic Gold Medallist and former British Champion Robin Cousins and many more.  Trained with the Elite at Centrum located within Ayr, as well as training for a period in Vancouver, Canada.  With 14 years competitive experience, and a Scottish and Northern Ireland Championship medallist, Natalie also qualified for the British Junior Championship.  She also coached for a period of time in Copenhagen, Denmark.

    Natalie had the privilege of being part of the Opening show, performer and flag bearer, for the medal presentations for the ISU Figure Skating Grand Prix Final, held in Ayr in 2001.  Also, cast in ice shows, in principal roles, and has assisted with many Christmas and end of season ice shows in recent years, as well as organising many club events.

    Natalie was a volunteer for the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games - cast as a dancer.  She quotes, 'the atmosphere was electric and was this was such a proud moment with many treasured memories'.  Natalie was then selected for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games as a Medal Presenter for all the Squash and Gymnastic events.  'This was the cherry on top of the cake, truly an inspiration and a dream come true'.  You may have spotted Natalie on television a few times with all her show biz performances.

    Natalie is very proud to be a part of the 'Gain the Edge' team and looks forward to helpings he skaters in every way she can!

    Natalie is First Aid Qualified