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2013/2014 British Figure Skating Championships
26–30 November 2013, Ice Sheffield
1 Matthew PARR 173.31
2 Lewis GIBSON 161.25
3 David RICHARDSON 158.36
4 Harry MATTICK 149.51
5 Jamie WRIGHT 138.58
WD Phillip HARRIS
1 Jenna MCCORKELL 142.88
2 Karly ROBERTSON 116.31
3 Katie POWELL 108.99
4 Lucy-Ann WALKER 101.28
5 Kelly HARRISON 98.47
6 Frances HOWELL 25.13 WD
1 Amani FANCY / Christopher BOYADJI 141.28
2 Stacey KEMP / David KING 132.07
3 Caitlin YANKOWSKAS / Hamish GAMAN 130.27
1 Penny COOMES / Nicholas BUCKLAND 147.10
2 Carter Marie JONES / Richard SHARPE 132.94
3 Sophie JONES / Jordan BROWN 112.41
4 Rebecca KEMPT / Luke RUSSELL 87.82
WD Charlotte AIKEN / Josh WHIDBOURNE
Report from the BBC
We are pleased to confirm that competitive test applications from the British Championships can now be submitted.
Any skaters wishing to use their scores for a competitive test pass should send the relevant paperwork and fee to Susanna Gentil in the NISA office by 6th January 2014, which is the closing date for applications using scores from this event.
Please be aware that as of the 1st June 2013 skaters are required to achieve both the TES score and the TSS score in order to pass. Therefore combined scores are no longer accepted. The required scores were updated and published on the website 23rd August 2013 and can be found here http://www.iceskating.org.uk/node/6341
Skaters are reminded that competitive test passes will result in a higher standard test equivalency which may require them to move up to a higher level at future Open events.
Any skaters wishing to use scores for the NISA ranking lists should send their personal .pdf sheets to Emma Walton as soon as possible at Emma.Walton@iceskating.org.uk
Alistair Wilson, NISA Technical Director
Reports of event by Sandra Stevenson:
Tuesday Day 1 Report
Advanced Novice Ladies FS British Championships 2013
Junior Ladies SP British Championships 2013
Advanced Novice Mens FS British Championships 2013
Senior Pairs SP British Championships 2013
Junior Mens SP British Championships 2013
Junior Pair SP British Championships 2013
Novice Pair SP British Championships 2013
Junior Ladies FS British Championships 2013
New Pair Steals the Show British Championships 2013
Senior Ladies FS British Championships 2013
Junior Mens FS British Championships 2013
Senior Mens FS British Championships 2013
Junior FD British Championships 2013
Senior FD British Championships 2013
Advanced Novice Ladies
Advanced Novice Mens
Advanced Novice Pairs
Basic Novice Dance
Advanced Novice Dance
Friday 29th November
12:15-12:47 Basic Novice Dance Pattern Dance 1
12:47-13.07 Advanced Novice Dance Pattern Dance 1
13:22-13:54 Basic Novice Dance Pattern Dance 2http://lambcoskating.co.uk/wp-admin/post.php?post=4243&action=edit
13:54-14:14 Advanced Novice Dance Pattern Dance 2
14:29-15:00 Junior Short Dance
15:00-15:32 Senior Short Dance
15:47-16:26 Senior Ladies Short
16:41-17:31 Senior Mens Short
17:46-18:31 Junior Mens Free
18:31-18:54 Advanced Novice Pairs Free
18:54-19:07 Junior Pairs Free
19:22-19:50 Senior Pairs Free
Saturday 30th November
12:00-12:42 Basic Novice Dance Free
12:42-13:15 Advanced Novice Dance Free
13:30-14:06 Junior Dance Free
14:21-15:57 Senior Mens Free
16:12-16:57 Senior Ladies Free
17:12-17:51 Senior Dance Free
19:30 Gala of Champions
More details about the Gala of Champions:
1379499864-gala of champions
Official Timetable (23/11/13):
1384955536-british championships 2013 timetable
Competitor list (25/11/13):
british championships 2013 competitor list 25_11_13
Sandra met Lana Bagan:
If Jenna McCorkell wins she will equal the record of 11 individual British Championships set by Jack Page in 1933
Meet Jack Page
Watch out for our British representatives in Senior Ladies!
The skaters representing GB is not a foregone conclusion.
All could change at the British Championships!
Also, the Team Event Olympics Challenge, who will be on Team GB for this at the Olympics?
We’re looking good to be in the running to send a Team from GB for this event!
Although we don’t have Senior Men representation in the Olympics we could have a Senior Man in the Team Challenge.Who will it be?
Twice the score from the upcoming British Championships plus season’s best International Score will decide!
Jenny Christina-Bill is commentator for NISA TV and has a Blog that’s regularly updated with lots of interesting information in the run-up to the Championships.
Click here to access Jenny’s Blog
Entry Form and Competition Criteria:
1380201698-british figure championships entry form announcement 2013 (3) (3)
Essential Guide to the British Championships:
An Essential Guide to the British Championships 2013
Alistair says (22/11/13):
The Junior events at the British Championships have never been more exciting. The word “Junior” is misleading as the general skill level is very high and several of the competitors can more than hold their own at Senior Level. Containing the stars of the future, these events are ultra-competitive and thrilling to watch.
Hold on to your hats for an action packed Junior Ladies Competition with 24 skaters due to be battling it out for this title. Defending her title from last year will be the current Junior Champion Lana Bagen, skating alongside the Bronze medalist from last year Natasha McKay. This year they will be joined by the 3 very talented medalists from last year’s Advanced Novice Competition – Caitlin Gilmore, Danni Harrison and Kirsten Spours. All this can only mean one thing…..the competition is hotting up and it’s game on!
Both Lana and Danni have seen successful International action this year…..Danni at the recent Volvo Open Cup where she finished 11th in a strong field of 37, and Lana at the JGP in Ostrava last month where she finished 15th in a very strong field of 28. We will also see a return to competition for Nina Povey after an extended period away from competing also due to an injury.
Another young lady hoping to make her mark will be Emily Hayward who was runner up in the Junior Ladies Competition at the recent Welsh Open Figure Skating Championships. Any one of the young ladies mentioned above, or possibly someone completely different, could snatch this title from right under the noses of their rivals. Whoever get’s on the podium here will have had the skate of their lives!
Despite there being only 6 competitors in the Junior Mens Competition it should by no means be any less nail biting than the Ladies! With great characters competing like last year’s Champion PJ Hallam, along with 3rd placed Charlie Parry-Evans, doing battle again with Steven Adcock and Graham Newberry who were also in last year’s event. Adding spice to this event is that Graham Newbury, 5th last year, achieved the highest score ever by a Britsh male skater at an ISU JGP (155.28) in Mexico City earlier this season, a score he actually improved upon at the JGP in Ostrava (165.29) last month finishing 5th , he also placed 2nd at the Volo Cup in Riga.
PJ competed at the JGP in Minsk in September where he finished in 7th place out of 21 and also placed 1st at the recent Sheffield IJS. Charlie has also a sucessful International season. Certainly you can expect to see Graham, PJ and Charlie battling it out for the medals, but on the day anything can happen and any one of the 6 competitors in this competition could be crowned champion!
In the Junior Pairs last years Novice Champions Molly Lanaghan and Jake Astill move up a level. They have been competing sucessfully on the international circuit this year and whilst they are the only competitors in this year’s event they are certainly worth watching.
Junior Dance. In a class of their own last year were Olivia Smart and Joe Buckland who streaked away with the Junior title, and have gone on to acheive great results on the Junior Grand Prix circuit this year. However the other four couples in this Competition are closing the gap and have some stunning programs too.
Mina Zdravkova and Henry Aiken (brother of Senior ice dancer Charlotte) , who placed 5th here last year, have improved quite significantly this year placing 2nd at the Sheffield IJS and more recently 3rd at the Welsh Open Figure Skating Championships/Deeside IJS. The Bronze medalists in this event last year were Charlotte Dyson and Paul Dredge. They will certainly be trying to improve on that result this time around, inspired by their recent win at the Welsh Open Championships.
Moving up to the Junior level this year are Eleanor Hirst and Jake Fearnley, the Novice Dance Champions here last year. They are currently making huge strides up the Junior rankings, placing 3rd at the Sheffield IJS and then 2nd at the Welsh Open Championships. New couple Megan Hancock and Rory Ross-Docherty complete the quintet of couples in this event.
Alistair says (20/11/13):
“Whoops we got in wrong Genevieve Sommervile is not the youngest competitor in the British Championships. Whilst she is the youngest in Advanced Novice ladies, we inadvertently overlooked the Basic Novice dancers amongst whom are Emily Phillips and Jayine Panesar who were 10 in October. So apologies to them.
Basic Novice Dance is a new competition at British Figure Skating Championships. There are six young couples skating in this competition this year and hopefully this augurs well for the future of British Ice Dancing.
Already two of these couples, Mia Jowitt/Peter Beaumont representing Sheffield and Ellie O’Connell/Joshua Tarry representing Nottingham, have been making their mark Internationally. Both couples competed in the Basic Novice Competition at the NRW Trophy for Ice Dance in Dortmund, Germany at the start of this month with Mia and Peter finishing in 2nd place, and Ellie and Joshua in 6th, out of 11 couples in total. Two excellent results and some Personal Best scores along the way as well !
Also amongst our up and coming young talent are:
Josh Brown who started skating when he was 7 years old after watching Dancing On Ice on television, it attracted him because he thought it looked ‘different and exciting’ .
Now 14, he trains Nottingham, usually 10-12 hours a week on ice and 4-6 hours a week off. What he loves about skating is that it is a purely individual sport and when competing he only has only himself to rely on.
Two of the highlights of his career so far were landing his first triple toe at the British Championships last year and being selected for team GB, which he says ‘that was a proud moment’. This season his goals are to get more triples into his program, and to win the Advanced Novice Mens Competition at the British Championships and follow that by winning the Santa Claus Cup in Budapest in December. His favourite jump is the triple toe, as he loves the feeling of being able to execute a triple jump perfectly! His skating idols are Nobunari Oda, Yuna Kim, Elena Radionova, Daisuke Takahashi and Javier Fernandez. Outside skating Josh likes to listen to music or go in to town with friends.
12 year old Luke Digby first started skating when he was 8 years old. He ended up becoming an ice skater quite by accident after his sister Bella wanted to go skating because of Dancing On Ice.
Competing this year in the Advanced Novice Mens Competition Luke currently trains 10 hours a week on the ice and 2 hours off, and is coached by Dawn Peckett at IceSheffield.
Luke says his favourite thing about skating is competing and that landing his triple toe in competition, also his favourite jump, was the highlight of his skating career so far. His goal for this season is to win the British this time, having been runner up in this event here last year, and to do well in an International competition. His favourite skater is Javier Fernandez. When not skating Luke is busy playing football for Crosspool Juniors, and his school team.
Both Josh and Luke are competing in the Advanced Novice Mens event.
Brother and sister Emilia and Henry Drury are one of several pairs teams under the wing of David Hartley at IceSheffield. Mia (11) started skating when she was 7 and Henry (13), when he was 10. They will be making their debut in the Advanced Novice Pairs Competition at the British Figure Skating Championships after not much more than a year of actually skating together as a pairs team, training about 20 hours a week on the ice and 3-4 hours a week off.
Mia says her favourite thing about skating is interpreting the music and the feeling of gliding, and that her favourite skater is Sasha Cohen. Henry says he enjoys the technical challenges and according to Mia his favourite skater is Patrick Chan.
Outside of skating Mia and Henry both love skiing and enjoy climbing. Henry also enjoys running and watching F1, and is a black belt in karate, and Mia loves dancing, reading and is a brown belt in karate.
Already this year they have won the Novice Pairs Competition at the Sheffield IJS and the Advanced Novice Pairs Competition at the recent Welsh Open Figure Skating Championships. Their beautiful FP to Tonight by Elton John and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra is really not to be missed, and neither is their planned throw double salchow – the latest addition to their program.
Mia and Henry are competing in the Advanced Novice Pairs event.
Last year at the British Figure Skating Championships brothers Jack and Graham Newberry went head to head in the Junior Mens Competition, with Graham just coming out one place ahead of Jack. This year Jack has moved up to the Senior Competition, now enabling them to freely support one another in their respective events.
Graham, the Novice British Champion in 2011, is still just 15 years old and Jack now 18. They both started skating at around 15 months of age, mainly due to the fact that they were at the rink every day with dad and coach Christian Newberry whilst he was teaching. They both live and train in the US, and currently skate every morning and afternoon for about 3 hours per day and train off ice as well.
Jack lists winning medals at both British and US Nationals as his greatest achievements so far. Graham has so many he doesn’t know where to start…..skating in the gala at the Europeans in Sheffield last year, placing 4th at the European Youth Olympics in Romania and 5th at a Junior Grand Prix event this year, achieving the highest score ever by a British male skater at an ISU event (165.29) at the JGP in Mexico City last September and landing a triple axel at 15!!!
They both list triple lutz as their favourite jump, althouh Graham is now starting to land and enjoy the triple axel. When not skating Jack enjoys playing the piano, where as Graham enjoys playing the XBox, and they both enjoy target shooting (well they are living in America!). They both aspire to be Senior British Champions one day, just like their dad who was British Senior Champion in 1989, and then go on to compete in the Olympics. And…..if there are any young British ladies out there who would like to skate pairs in the US then do get in touch as Jack would very much like to skate pairs and is currently looking for a partner!
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The Basic Novice Dance Pattern Dance is Friday 29th Nov. at 12.15 and Free Dance Saturday 30th Nov. at 12.00 am
The Advanced Novice Mens Short Program is on Tuesday 26th Nov. at 12.30 and the Free Program Wednesday 27th Nov. at 18.27 pm.
The Advanced Novice Pairs Competition Short Program is on Thursday 28th Nov. at 13.24 pm and the Free Program on Friday 29th Nov. at 18.28 pm
The Junior Mens Competition Short program is on Thursday 28th Nov. at 12.45 pm and the Free Program Friday 29th Nov. at 17.43 pm
Senior Mens on Short Program is on Friday 29th Nov. at 16.41 pm and the Free Program Saturday 30th Nov. at 14.21 pm
Photos: Graham Taylor Digital Photo Events & David Paterson EventFoto’s
Copy: Jenny Christina Bill & Alistair Wilson
Incorporating a selection event to nominate the ice skaters for the British team for Sochi 2014
Closing date for entries 5 pm 25th October 2013
Background information from Alistair Wilson 12/11/13:
With the British Figure Skating Championships 2013 fast approaching it’s time we got to know a few of the ‘up and coming’ stars of the future who are going to be entertaining us at these Championships, and hopefully for many years to come.
So, do you know who the youngest competitor at the British Figure Skating Championships this year is?…..well that would be 11 year old Genevieve Somerville representing Dundee, and coached by Debi and Simon Briggs.
Inspired by Dancing on Ice to start skating when she was just 6 1/2 years old, Genevieve currently trains 6 days a week working 14 hours a week on the ice and 10 hours a week off. The off ice training includes rhythmic gymnastics which help Genevieve achieve her great flexibility leading to comparisons to Russian skating star Julia Lipnitskaya. (Just take a look at the photo below.)
Currently perfecting her double axel Genevieve’s favourite jump is the double flip and her favourite spin the layback to Biellmann to pike. Her ambition is to represent Great Britain at the Winter Olympics and eventually go on to become either a skating coach or vet
Another talented young lady is 12 year old is Eleanor Hayes, representing Sheffield, who is taking part in her second British Figure Skating Championships. She started skating when she was just 5 years old and took to it straight away. She began training in Nottingham with Kelly Hemingway and Luke Chilcott, and followed them to Peterborough. Last year her family relocated so she is now training full time at IceSheffield but still coached by Kelly twice a week.
Eleanor’s favorite skater is Tara Lipinski, her favourite thing about skating is the jumps and that her goal is to finish within the top 10 in the Advanced Novice Ladies Competition at the British Figure Skating Championships this year. Until recently Eleanor had been training 6 days a week and spending a minimum of 12 hours a week on the ice, but unfortunately diagnosed with Osgood Schlatter disease in September she has had to cut down on her training. Despite this set back Eleanor is determined to do well at this years British Championships.
Both girls are competing in the Advanced Novice Ladies Championship.
Competing in their first British Figure Skating Championships this year, in the Basic Novice Dance Competition, will be Mia Jowitt and Peter Beaumont representing Sheffield where they train under the watchful eyes of coaches Nancy Ambler and Philip Askew. Although Mia and Peter have now been skating 6 1/2 years and 4 1/2 years they have only been skating together as a dance couple for the past 2 years, practicing approximately 5 hours a week on the ice and an hour a week off ice.
In August they won the Basic Novice Couples Competition and the FD in the Advanced Novice Couples Competition at the Skate Scotland Dance Championships, In October they won the Basic Novice Dance Competition at the Mary Groombridge Friendship Trophy and just this month, thanks to the ‘NISA Young Rising Star Development Award Scheme’, were able to travel to Dortmund in Germany to compete in the NRW Ice Dance Trophy where they were thrilled to finish in 2nd place in the Basic Novice Competition having scored PBs in all 3 parts of the competition.
Mia and Peter are inspired by Torvill and Dean, as well as Meryl Davis and Charlie White of the US, and are big fans and supporters of Penny Coomes and Nick Buckland, and Olivia Smart and Jo Buckland. When not skating Mia likes to enjoy just about everything in life and Peter enjoys swimming, drawing and reading.
Mia and Peter will be taking to the ice for the Basic Novice Dance Competition. Peter is also competing in the Advanced Novice Mens Competition.
Advanced Novice Ladies & Mens Short Program Tuesday 26th November start at approx. 12.30 pm
Advanced Novice Ladies & Mens Free Program Wednesday 27th November start at approx. 15.20 pm
Basic Novice Dance Pattern Dances Friday 29th November at approx. 12.15 pm
Basic Novice Dance Free Program Saturday 29th November at approx. 12.00 pm
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Photographs below by Dave Paterson www.eventfotos.co.uk
Update from Alistair Wilson, 9/11/13:
The Sochi Factor.
It’s a special year for the British Championships in 2013, as not only are the Senior competitors competing for the title in their National Championships but they are also competing for the right to represent GB at the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi. As we all know the Olympic Games only come around every 4 years and it’s every athletes dream to compete there. In figure skating we’ve got three slots Ladies, Dance and Pairs but we are also in the running to take part in the team event where we will also have a Men’s slot. So there’s a lot to play for and with everyone desperate to go, it’s going to be tense. Places are decided by twice the skater’s score in the British plus their best International score so skating well in the British is essential. Going by the form book the top 3 in the Ladies are Jenna McCorkell, Karly Robertson and Katie Powell. With Karly beating Jenna at the recent Ondrej Nepela the result is not a forgone conclusion. They go head to head again in the Volvo Cup in Riga this weekend. But don’t write of Katie she’s got her eyes firmly fixed on gold too. Also skating and ready to cause an upset are Kelly Harrison, Frances Howell and Lucy-Anne Walker.
It’s going to be tense and exciting so come and watch the drama unfold live at Ice Sheffield.
Ladies Short Program starts at approx. 5.45 pm on Friday 29th November
Ladies Free Program starts at approx. 16.10 pm on Saturday 30th November
Alistair Wilson says: “With approx 150 competitors it’s going to be a great event. Some really exciting competitions, not to mention the tension of skating for the Olympic slots at Sochi. Over the next couple weeks we will be highlighting several of the competitions and the skaters involved to whet your appetitie. And don’t forget the Gala on Saturday night with all our UK stars on the ice. Definitely not to be missed”
Official NISA website link: http://www.iceskating.org.uk/node/4060
Competitor list: 1383668480-british championships 2013 competitor list _ web
Due to the changes in Competitive Test Scores and the limitations on time automatic qualification for this year’s British Championships is based on test qualifications and TES scores achieved. Any unoccupied warm up slots will be allocated to skaters who are next in line on the ranking lists as per last year. The TES scores required can be achieved in any qualifying UK Open or International competition (as per Competitive Tests) and the Short and Free Programme scores do not have to be achieved in the same competition.
Competitive Test Score Document: 1377271843-competitive test scores 2013_2014
British Championships – The pattern dances drawn for the Advanced Novice dance competition are the Tango and Blues.
Gala of Champions will take place Saturday 30th November at 7.30
More details: 1379499864-gala of champions
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|Monday 25th November|
|Draw 18:00 Advanced Novice Ladies and Men’s short programme – Glacier Suite IceSheffield|
|Tuesday 26th November|
|07:30||08:00||Advanced Novice Men SP Practice Group 1||00:30:00|
|08:00||08:30||Advanced Novice Men SP Practice Group 2||00:30:00|
|08:45||09:15||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Practice Group 1||00:30:00|
|09:15||09:45||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Practice Group 2||00:30:00|
|10:00||10:30||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Practice Group 3||00:30:00|
|10:30||11:00||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Practice Group 4||00:30:00|
|11:15||11:45||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Practice Group 5||00:30:00|
|11:45||12:15||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Practice Group 6||00:30:00|
|12:30||12:36||Advanced Novice Men SP warm up Group 1||00:06:00|
|12:36||13:01||Advanced Novice Men SP group 1||00:25:00|
|13:01||13:07||Advanced Novice Men SP warm up Group 2||00:06:00|
|13:07||13:32||Advanced Novice Men SP group 2||00:25:00|
|13:47||13:53||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Warm up Group 1||00:06:00|
|13:53||14:23||Advanced Novice Ladies SP group 1||00:30:00|
|14:23||14:29||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Warm up Group 2||00:06:00|
|14:29||14:59||Advanced Novice Ladies SP group 2||00:30:00|
|15:14||15:20||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Warm up Group 3||00:06:00|
|15:20||15:50||Advanced Novice Ladies SP group 3||00:30:00|
|15:50||15:56||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Warm up Group 4||00:06:00|
|15:56||16:26||Advanced Novice Ladies SP group 4||00:30:00|
|16:41||16:47||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Warm up Group 5||00:06:00|
|16:47||17:17||Advanced Novice Ladies SP group 5||00:30:00|
|17:17||17:23||Advanced Novice Ladies SP Warm up Group 6||00:06:00|
|17:23||17:53||Advanced Novice Ladies SP group 6||00:30:00|
|Draw 18:15 Advanced Novice Ladies & Men’s Free Program – Glacier Suite IceSheffield|
|Draw 18:45 Junior Ladies Short Programme – Galcier Suite IceSheffield|
|Wednesday 27th November|
|06:00||06:30||Junior Ladies SP Practice Group 1||00:30:00|
|06:30||07:00||Junior Ladies SP Practice Group 2||00:30:00|
|07:15||07:45||Junior Ladies SP Practice Group 3||00:30:00|
|07:45||08:15||Junior Ladies SP Practice Group 4||00:30:00|
|08:30||09:00||Advanced Novice Ladies FP Practice Group 1||00:30:00|
|09:00||09:30||Advanced Novice Ladies FP Practice Group 2||00:30:00|
|09:45||10:15||Advanced Novice Ladies FP Practice Group 3||00:30:00|
|10:15||10:45||Advanced Novice Ladies FP Practice Group 4||00:30:00|
|11:00||11:30||Advanced Novice Men FP Practice Group 1||00:30:00|
|11:30||12:00||Advanced Novice Men FP Practice Group 2||00:30:00|
|12:15||12:21||Junior Ladies SP Warm up Group 1||00:06:00|
|12:21||12:54||Junior Ladies SP group 1||00:33:00|
|12:54||13:00||Junior Ladies SP Warm up Group 2||00:06:00|
|13:00||13:33||Junior Ladies SP group 2||00:33:00|
|13:48||13:54||Junior Ladies SP Warm up Group 3||00:06:00|
|13:54||14:27||Junior Ladies SP group 3||00:33:00|
|14:27||14:33||Junior Ladies SP Warm up Group 4||00:06:00|
|14:33||15:06||Junior Ladies SP group 4||00:33:00|
|15:21||15:27||Advanced Novice Ladies FP Group 1||00:06:00|
|15:27||16:00||Advanced Novice Ladies FP group 1||00:33:00|
|16:00||16:06||Advanced Novice Ladies FP Group 2||00:06:00|
|16:06||16:39||Advanced Novice Ladies FP group 2||00:33:00|
|16:54||17:00||Advanced Novice Ladies FP Group 3||00:06:00|
|17:00||17:33||Advanced Novice Ladies FP group 3||00:33:00|
|17:33||17:39||Advanced Novice Ladies FP Group 4||00:06:00|
|17:39||18:12||Advanced Novice Ladies FP group 4||00:33:00|
|18:27||18:33||Advanced Novice Men FP Warm up Group 1||00:06:00|
|18:33||19:03||Advanced Novice Men FP group 1||00:30:00|
|19:03||19:09||Advanced Novice Men FP Warm up Group 2||00:06:00|
|19:09||19:39||Advanced Novice Men FP group 2||00:30:00|
|19:45||Presentations Advanced Novice Ladies & Men|
|Draw 19:00 Junior Ladies Free Program , Junior Men short program – Glacier Suite IceSheffield|
|Draw 20:00 Advanced Novice Pairs, Junior Pairs, Senior Pairs – Glacier Suite IceSheffield|
|Thursday 28th November|
|08:00||08:30||Junior & Advanced Novice Pairs SP Practice||00:30:00|
|08:45||09:15||Junior Men SP Practice Group 1||00:30:00|
|09:30||10:00||Senior Pairs SP Practice Group 1||00:30:00|
|10:15||10:45||Junior Ladies FP Practice group 1||00:30:00|
|10:45||11:15||Junior Ladies FP Practice group 2||00:30:00|
|11:30||12:00||Junior Ladies FP Practice group 3||00:30:00|
|12:00||12:30||Junior Ladies FP Practice group 4||00:30:00|
|12:45||12:51||Junior Men SP Warm up Group 1||00:06:00|
|12:51||13:24||Junior Men SP Group 1||00:33:00|
|13:24||13:30||Advanced Novice Pairs SP Warm up Group 1||00:06:00|
|13:30||13:45||Advanced Novice Pairs SP||00:15:00|
|13:45||13:51||Junior Pairs SP Warm up Group 1||00:06:00|
|13:51||13:57||Junior Pairs SP||00:06:00|
|14:12||14:18||Senior Pairs SP Warm up||00:06:00|
|14:18||14:36||Senior Pairs SP||00:18:00|
|14:51||14:57||Junior Ladies FP Warm up group 1||00:06:00|
|14:57||15:33||Junior Ladies FP group 1||00:36:00|
|15:33||15:39||Junior Ladies FP Warm up group 2||00:06:00|
|15:39||16:15||Junior Ladies FP group 2||00:36:00|
|16:30||16:36||Junior Ladies FP Warm up group 3||00:06:00|
|16:36||17:12||Junior Ladies FP group 3||00:36:00|
|17:12||17:18||Junior Ladies FP Warm up group 4||00:06:00|
|17:18||17:54||Junior Ladies FP group 4||00:36:00|
|18:05||Presentations Junior Ladies|
|Draw 18:00 Senior Ladies & Men’s short Program – Glacier Suite IceSheffield|
|Draw 18:15 Advanced Novice Pairs, Junior Pairs & Senior Pairs Free program – Glacier Suite IceSheffield|
|Draw 18:30 Basic Novice & Advanced Novice Dance PD, Junior & Senior SD – Glacier Suite IceSheffield|
|Friday 29th November|
|06:00||06:30||Basic Novice Dance PD Practice||00:30:00|
|06:30||07:00||Advanced Novice Dance PD Practice||00:30:00|
|07:15||07:45||Junior Dance Short Dance Practice||00:30:00|
|07:45||08:15||Senior Dance Short Dance Practice||00:30:00|
|08:30||09:00||Junior & Advanced Novice Pairs FP Practice||00:30:00|
|09:00||09:30||Senior Pairs FP Practice Group 1||00:30:00|
|09:45||10:15||Junior Men Practice Group 1||00:30:00|
|10:15||10:45||Senior Ladies SP Practice Group1||00:30:00|
|11:00||11:30||Senior Men SP Practice Group 1||00:30:00|
|11:30||12:00||Senior Men SP Practice Group 2||00:30:00|
|12:15||12:19||Basic Novice Dance PD1 warm up Group 1||00:04:00|
|12:19||12:31||Basic Novice Dance PD1 Group 1||00:12:00|
|12:31||12:35||Basic Novice Dance PD1 warm up Group 2||00:04:00|
|12:35||12:47||Basic Novice Dance PD1 Group 2||00:12:00|
|12:47||12:51||Advanced Novice Dance PD1 warm up||00:04:00|
|12:51||13:07||Advanced Novice Dance PD1||00:16:00|
|13:22||13:26||Basic Novice Dance PD2 warm up Group 1||00:04:00|
|13:26||13:38||Basic Novice Dance PD 2 Group 1||00:12:00|
|13:38||13:42||Basic Novice Dance PD2 warm up Group 2||00:04:00|
|13:42||13:54||Basic Novice Dance PD 2 Group 2||00:12:00|
|13:54||13:58||Advanced Novice Dance PD2 warm up||00:04:00|
|13:58||14:14||Advanced Novice Dance PD2||00:16:00|
|14:29||14:34||Junior Dance Short Dance warm up||00:05:00|
|14:34||15:00||Junior Dance Short Dance||00:26:40|
|15:00||15:05||Senior Dance Short Dance Warm up||00:05:00|
|15:05||15:32||Senior Dance Short Dance||00:26:40|
|15:47||15:53||Senior Ladies SP Warm up Group1||00:06:00|
|15:53||16:26||Senior Ladies SP group 1||00:33:00|
|16:41||16:47||Senior Men SP Warm Up Group 1||00:06:00|
|16:47||17:03||Senior Men SP Group 1||00:16:30|
|17:03||17:09||Senior Men SP Warm Up Group 1||00:06:00|
|17:09||17:31||Senior Men SP Group 1||00:22:00|
|17:46||17:52||Junior Men FP warm Up Group 1||00:06:00|
|17:52||18:31||Junior Men FP group 1||00:39:00|
|18:31||18:37||Advanced Novice Pairs FP Warm up Group 1||00:06:00|
|18:37||18:54||Advanced Novice Pairs FP group 1||00:16:30|
|18:54||19:00||Junior Pairs FP Warm up Group 1||00:06:00|
|19:00||19:07||Junior Pairs FP group 1||00:07:00|
|19:22||19:28||Senior Pairs FP Warm up||00:06:00|
|20:00||Presentations Junior Men. Advanced Novice, Junior & Senior Pairs|
|Saturday 30th November|
|07:30||08:00||Basic Novice Dance FD Practice||00:30:00|
|08:00||08:30||Advanced Novice Dance FD Practice||00:30:00|
|08:45||09:15||Junior Dance FD Practice||00:30:00|
|09:15||09:45||Senior Dance FD Practice||00:30:00|
|10:00||10:30||Senior Ladies FP Practice Group1||00:30:00|
|10:45||11:15||Senior Men FP Practice Group 1||00:30:00|
|11:15||11:45||Senior Men FP Practice Group 2||00:30:00|
|12:00||12:06||Basic Novice Dance FD warm up Group 1||00:06:00|
|12:06||12:21||Basic Novice Dance FD Group 1||00:15:00|
|12:21||12:27||Basic Novice Dance FD warm up Group 2||00:06:00|
|12:27||12:42||Basic Novice Dance FD Group 2||00:15:00|
|12:42||12:48||Advanced Novice Dance FD warm up||00:06:00|
|12:48||13:15||Advanced Novice Dance FD||00:27:30|
|13:30||13:36||Junior Dance FD Dance warm up||00:06:00|
|13:36||14:06||Junior Dance FD||00:30:00|
|14:21||14:27||Senior Men FP Warm Up Group 1||00:06:00|
|14:27||15:09||Senior Men FP Group 1||00:42:00|
|15:09||15:15||Senior Men FP Warm Up Group 2||00:06:00|
|15:15||15:57||Senior Men FP Group 2||00:42:00|
|16:12||16:18||Senior Ladies FP Warm up Group1||00:06:00|
|16:18||16:57||Senior Ladies FP group 1||00:39:00|
|17:12||17:18||Senior Dance FD Warm up||00:06:00|
|17:18||17:51||Senior Dance FD||00:32:30|
|18:00||Presentations Senior Men, Ladies and All Dance Categories|