Fifty-one Americans to compete at the 2018 ISU International Adult Figure Skating Competition in Vancouver
(10/9/18) - Fifty-one Americans are set to compete at the 2018 International Adult Competition Vancouver from October 10 – 13, 2018, at the Canlan Ice Sports Burnaby 8 Rinks. The event, sanctioned by the International Skating Union, will feature competitors representing fourteen nations.
“U.S. Figure Skating is committed to supporting figure skating as a sport for all ages. We will be cheering for our adult athletes and celebrating them for their hard work, dedication, and lifetime on-ice love of the sport,” said Lori Fussell, Chair, U.S. Figure Skating Adult Skating Committee.
Over the four-day competition, skaters (who must be between the ages of 28 and 80) will compete for titles in free skating, artistic free skating, pairs free skating, pairs artistic free skating and ice dance (pattern dance, short dance and free dance).
This year, the following skaters will be representing the United States in Vancouver: Susan Bai, Wendy Bauer, Colleen Conroy, Connie Curry, Kalina Downs, Gwendolyn Eadie, Mary Fisher, Debby Georges, Julie Gidlow, Ted Gradman, Diana Graser-Simons, Scott Hanna, Sharon Hargus, Brenda Harris, Elaine Jurun, Carolee Kness-Purdie, Jane Koehler, Nelly Korec, Zdenek Krajc, Alan Lessik, Vladimir Levchenkov, Erika Lyons, Judy Mata, Paul Mata, Elizabeth McGlauflin, Yirla Morehead, Heather Mrowiec, Madeleine Nasby, Dave Nelson, Keith Nordine, Dana Opsincs, Nina Peterson, Jacqueline Philipp, Melissa Polizzotto, Judi Poss, Burton Powley, Caitlin Ramsey, Linda Reynolds, Lora Riddle, Sandy Rominger, Peter Sasmore, Rob Smith, Aaron Springford, Roland Suckale, Michael Tongko-Burry, Diana Tristani Gaztambide Kathyrn Weier, Karissa Williams, Brenda Wittman, Sarah, Michelle Young andPatti Youngbluth
Fans at home will be able to watch the competition live here.