SLIDESHOW: Kamloops figure skaters strut the ice at home during Okanagan interclub competition


KTW photographer Allen Douglas brought his camera to the event, the first regional competition of its kind to be held in the tournament capital since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Kamloops Skating Club hosted the Okanagan Interclub Competition this weekend at the McArthur Island Sport and Event Center.

4 star skaters and above are judged and ranked. Athletes in the Star 1 through Star 3 divisions are awarded Gold, Silver or Bronze ratings for their performance.

Maggie Garrioch won silver in the Star 2 free skate and elements, and Lasha Shantz won bronze in the Star 2 free skate and elements.

Mikayla Kelly and Joni Tobin both took silver in the Star 3 free skate. Mia Mills won silver in the Star 1 free skate and Miranda Kozak won silver in the Star 2 free skate.

Sloane Beggs took silver in the free skate and elements of Star 3. Alabhya Maurya, competing in Star 3, won gold in the elements and silver in the freestyle.

In Star 4, 13-year-old and over skaters Jayda Sangha, Angelina Sambrusly and Kaia Trenholm placed fifth, sixth and eighth, respectively.

Star 4 division skater Annabelle Garrioch secured second and sixth places in the 13 and over category.

Triss Shular captured silver in Free Skate and Star Elements 2 and Creative Improv 1. Tieler Shular was eighth in Action Star 5 13 and over, third in Star Elements 5 and 11th in Star 7 women’s division.

Victoria Warner placed second in the Star 7/8 Elements, third in the Star 8 Women’s Division and eighth in the Star 7 Women’s Action.

Dreah Portelance finished second in the Star 9 artistic competition and sixth in the women’s juvenile division.

Jovi Lucia and Carmen Coriale clinched silver in the Star 1 free skate. Sophie Hayner placed fifth in the Star 5 13 and over division.

KTW photographer Allen Douglas brought his camera to the event, the first regional competition of its kind to be held in the tournament capital since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Click on the arrows above to see his photos.


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