Congratulations to our 2016 National Solo Dance Series Finalists! GO TEAM LAFSC!!!! GOOD LUCK IN DELAWARE!
We would like to extend congratulations to our 2016 National Showcase Competitors! Yay Team! (A link to complete results can be found at the bottom of this page).
LAFSC CLUB RECOGNITION, COMPETITION TEAM JACKET & AWARDS PARTY LUNCHEON!
SEPTEMBER 24, 2016 @ 12:00 p.m.
MAGNOLIA TERRACE ROOM – PICKWICK GARDENS
PLEASE RSVP WITH THE NUMBER IN YOUR PARTY TO JAN@SOOHOOS.ORG.
PLEASE USE “LAFSC PARTY” IN THE RE LINE OF YOUR EMAIL RESPONSE BY 9/17/16!
ALL CLUB MEMBERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND!
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We are very pleased to announce the newest LAFSC dance partnership of two of longtime LAFSC members! Let’s give a round of applause and cheers for Karolina Calhoun and Logan Leonesio who teamed up this past April and will be competing on behalf of Brazil this season. In fact, Karolina & Logan will be the very first couple to represent Brazil internationally in Ice Dance.
They have been awarded two Junior Grand Prix events this season. One in St. Gervais, France from August …24-28, 2016 and the second one will be held in Yokohama, Japan from September 7-11, 2016. GO KAROLINA & LOGAN!
Karolina & Logan made their competition debut at the Lake Placid Ice Dance International Championships which was held July 27-30, 2016. Their goal this year is to qualify for the Junior World Championships in Taipei in March 2017. At the Lake Placid competition, they did qualify for Junior Worlds with the minimum techcnial score required in the Free Dance portion of their competition. They were also very close in the Short Dance and hope to reach that final qualifying technical score requirement in either their France or Japan competitions, which would then allow them to compete at Junior Worlds next March.
As many of you may remember, Karolina was the U.S. Juvenile Ladies Champion in 2013 representing the Los Angeles Figure Skating Club. Logan has been competing at the national level in dance for past six seasons and has competed at the U.S. Figure Skating Championships in dance on several occasions the past few years at the Juvenile, Intermediate and Novice levels representing LAFSC. After injury prevented Karolina from continuing with her singles career, she made the transition to dance with the help of Logan and they have begun competiting together at the Junior level.
Let’s all send them our very best wishes for a very successful and rewarding dance partnership. They are both wonderful people and have always been great representatives of our club, and it’s indeed very rewarding to see them embark on this new and exciting opportunity. GO KAROLINA & LOGAN. WE’RE ROOTING FOR ALL THE BEST FOR YOU!
SAVE THIS EVENT
SUN, AUG 14, 2016 AT 6:00 PM
EMOTE: The Documentary Premiere
The Red Cap, Los Angeles, CA
Come join the cast and crew of Emote: The Documentary as they celebrate the completion of this short 10 minute film that follows the young women of the Los Angeles Ice Theater, who figure skate to overcome the power of negative words and bullying.
Here is the tutorial from US Figure Skating on how to register for all regional and sectional competitions. Registration is now open. Entry deadline for the 2017 Standard Track qualifying season is September 1, 2016. No exceptions to this rule! Please be sure to get your entries in timely!
We would like to extend very special congratulations to SHOTORO OMORI & SEAN RABBIT for winning the Fratianne and the Van Valkenburg trophies respectively for the most outstanding artistic performance (Shotaro) and for the most outstanding overall performance (Sean) of the 2016 Los Angeles Open Championships. Congratulations to Shotaro and Sean!
Complete results of the event are listed below:
We would also like to express our gratitude to all our officials and our dedicated and hard working volunteers who made this another successful competition!