Jacob has not only shot up in height, but he has shot up the rankings this season with his impressive performances so far in 2018. The jumps that Jacob makes with so much energy and height look effortless, yet to all those who skate will appreciate just how difficult it is to jump on ice, never mind about bang out a double salchows and loops. His hard work and commitment on the ice over the years have lead him to refine his unique jumping style and wow the Judges. In a diffi
Podium news from Nottingham. The Thriller Just keeps on Thrilling, but this time with a different routine. Lauren has taken 3rd place on the podium in her first level 2 competition whilst smashing her Personal Best. In a very strong group she managed to wow the judges with her in captivating skate. Michelle her Coach is ecstatic with her run of good form and performances. Well done Lauren
Bracknell, a very much missed competition, returned to the stage of competitions with it's week of opens. The Adults kicked the week off on the Monday and took the podium places by storm. Some Skating their very first competition and some old hands returning to defend tittles. Pre-bronze Pattern Dance - Rachel Contini - 2nd Place - Silver Pre-Bronze Pattern Dance - Jess Bolger - 2nd Place - SIlver Pre-Bronze Free Dance - Jess Bolger - 2nd Place - Silver Pre Bronze Free Dance
Lauren gave the judges and the audience and fantastic thrill with her rendition of the Micheal Jackson's Thriller. She dazzled the judges and came in with a fantastic 3rd place in the open age artistic competition.
Jess has taken each competition in her stride and continues to produce stunning performances that impress the judges and place her on the podium. A brilliant effort today Jess. Coach Martin will be very impressed with this continued success. 2nd place in the Level 3 ladies 12 and under
He's getting taller, his jumps are getting bigger and his performances are getting stronger. Jacob has taken 2nd place in the Level 4 Mens event. Jacob has continued to add to the success of skaters from WISC and impress Coach Cosham. She's going to be one very proud coach tonight.
After dealing with so much over the past year, Lauren has come back stronger than ever to the rink to produce another memorable and energetic performance. She has taken 3rd place in Level 1 girls 13+. Fabulous news for Lauren, her family and Coach Cosham.
Over the Easter weekend we saw a team from WISC take to the skies to travel to Copenhagen to compete in the international Copenhagen Ice Dance Cup. There is always strong competition at this international and some of the best ice dancers attend this very well organised competition. It started with 1st place for Alex in the free dance, her combined score for free and pattern put her in overall 1st place in the Adult Silver category. Saule was returning to defend her title but