The Speed Skating Performance Programme (SSPP) and the Medal Support Plan (MSP) travelled out to Montreal, Canada to compete as part of the Canadian International invitational competition.
[Report by Richard Shoebridge, SSPP Lead Coach and BIS Honorary Head Coach]
Following a breathless British Championships, at which multiple British records were smashed, British Ice Skating are delighted to announce the skaters selected for the 2020 ISU European Figure Skating Championships.
Revised anti-doping documentation for 2020 has now been published.
Can All skaters please note that an amended timetable for the 2019 British Figure skating Championships is now available. AMENDED TIMETABLE
The 2020 Britannia Cup incorporating the British Synchronized Skating Championships provisional timetable is AVAILABLE HERE
British Ice Skating (‘BIS’) are delighted to announce that the successful partnership with the BBC will again mean the live-streaming of the British Figure Skating Championships 2019, as well as the Britannia Cup, incorporating the British Synchronized Skating Championships 2020.
The 2019 / 2020 Adult Technical Criteria is now AVAILABLE HERE
Joy Shellard was born Joy Silvester, in 1928. Living very close to The Westover Ice Rink, in Bournemouth, she and her sister, Paddy, were introduced to skating at an early age. The girls were able to skate nearer to home when, in freezing conditions, their father, curator of The Russell Coates Museum, sprayed the terrace with water.