Skaters in the Learn-To-Skate and Bridge Team 1 through Bridge Team 4 levels who display a high level of technical potential, passion for the sport and a strong commitment to the SHARP 4 Sports program will be invited to join this team. Skaters will receive special weekly training sessions, both virtually and in-person, in addition to their regularly scheduled small group classes. Guidance will be provided by high performance coaches in the areas of off-ice strength and coordination training, mental training and on-ice technical/skating skills assistance.
If you have any questions regarding this program, please email email@example.com.
|Addisyn Andrews||Eden Andrews||Nora Andrews||Ruth Andrews|
|Vivian Andrews||Ruby Briley||Maggie Collyer||Emilie Echlov|
|Stella Edwards||Saralynn Housley||Kaia Johnston||Erica Stuteville|
|Saturday, October 10||10:30-11:30am||Future Champions (On-Ice)||$20||Mary Ro Reyes/Yuriy Kocherzhenko|
|Saturday, October 17||10:30-11:30am||Future Champions (On-Ice)||$20||Mary Ro Reyes/Eric Mumper|
|Saturday, October 24||10:30-11:30am||Future Champions (On-Ice)||$20||Mary Ro Reyes/Eric Mumper|
|Saturday, October 31||10:30-11:30am||Future Champions (On-Ice)||$20||Mary Ro Reyes/Eric Mumper|
Class registration does not cover the use of freestyle ice during the class time frame. Please make sure to reserve your ice in advance through the Ford Ice Center website or visit the front desk upon your arrival at the facility to purchase a walk-on session.
For participation on this team, we ask that all athletes follow the SHARP 4 Sports dress code. Skaters are required to wear all black athletic apparel with a bun in their hair. This will allow our staff to be able to concentrate on body alignment and encourage the athletes to train for success. Layers can be worn for warmth. No hoods please.
Sample dress ideas:
- Athletic pants
- Long-sleeve shirt
- Athletic vest
- Zip up jacket
- Leg warmers
- Strong pair of gym shoes (stability)
- Jump rope
- Water bottle
Moves in the field tests may be taken and passed independently of the free skate, pair, pattern dance and free dance tests. A skater may take and pass moves in the field tests higher than the corresponding free skate, pair, pattern dance and free dance tests and still be qualified to compete in qualifying and non-qualifying competitions. The standard moves in the field tests are divided into eight levels which must be taken in the following order: