Across the weekend of the 14th – 16th July, hopeful skaters from across the country turned out for the chance to earn a title at the British Solo Ice Dance Championships.
The National Ice Skating Association (NISA) is reflecting on another successful competition, which welcomed over one hundred competitors to iceSheffield.
Its success is down to the continued support and hard work of volunteers and staff, as well as dedicated competitors and parents.
Skaters travelled from far and wide to put their best foot forward across 12 different categories, all hoping to achieve a place on the podium.
For many, it was an amazing achievement to have qualified, while others looked to defend national titles.
Some clubs experienced some of their most successful medal hauls so far, as skaters gave incredible performances across the board.
Please see all results by clicking here.
Technical Director Alistair Wilson said: "It was good to see so many talented skaters taking part at all levels and witness several exceptional performances.
“My thanks to Kirstie Robinson, the NISA team and the many volunteers for organising a very successful Championships."
Massive congratulations to everyone who competed and especially medalled at the competition this weekend!
The next NISA competition on the calendar IJS Sheffield, which will see over 300 competitors flock to iceSheffield once again.
We look forward to seeing many of you again shortly!