Congratulations to Tony Lu for your Pewter Medal performance at the 2019 Eastern Sectional Figure Skating Championships in Senior Men! ON TO NATIONAL’S!

Congratulations to Robert Yampolsky for your Gold Medal winning performance at the 2019 Eastern Sectional Figure Skating Championships in Intermediate Men! ON TO NATIONAL’S!

Congratulations to Anna Sophia O’Brien and her partner Steven Wei for their Gold Medal winning performance at the 2019 Pacific Coast Sectional Figure Skating Championships in Juvenile Dance! ON TO NATIONAL’S!

Congratulations to Kathie Imperatore for her Sectional Accountant Appointment!

Rules, Rules, Rules (read further)

The 2018-2019 season begins with some significant changes:
Please note that as of September 2, 2018, all U.S. Figure Skating tests (except figure tests and tests that are pass and retry only) will be marked with an evaluation scale of -3 to +3 in place of the 6.0 marks, and skaters will have the opportunity to earn honors and distinction for performing well above the passing average. It is critical that all judges, test chairs, coaches and skaters are familiar with the new rules before attending a test session. 
 
Skaters preparing to take Moves-in-the-Field tests can find an active checklist link on the USFS website for the focus of each test (go to www.usfsa.org.  (Skater Checklist for Moves in the Field Tests).
You should also be aware that there are changes in IJS competition scoring, as well:  the +3/-3 system has been expanded to +5/-5.
Another noteworthy change this season is that the half loop, the popular connecting jump in a three-jump series, is no more.  Instead, it has a new name, “Euler.” The International Skating Union changed the terminology in June. It can only be done as a single jump (you will not see double, triple, or quadruple Eulers being attempted). When the Euler is used in a combination, it is credited on a score sheet as a “1Eu,” worth a base value of  0.50.  BTW, the Euler is not pronounced the way it is spelled!  it is pronounced, “oiler.”
Dana Hordyszynski and Jill Mueller
Co-Presidents
North Jersey Figure Skating Club

Congratulations to the New Jersey Black Diamonds Pre-Juvenile Team for their first place performances at the Philadelphia Synchronized Skating Invitational and the Essex Synchro Classic!!

 

Congratulations Malia Utley! 2019 North Atlantic Regional Intermediate Ladies Bronze Medalist!

Congratulations Robert Yampolsky! 2019 North Atlantic Regional Intermediate Men’s Champion!

 

North Jersey FSC 2019 North Atlantic Regional Results

Final Round Results:

Intermediate Ladies Final Round Results, short and free skate

3rd Maliah Utley (advances to Eastern Sectional)

15th Jillian Faletta

Intermediate Men Final Round Results, short and free skate

1st Robert Yampolsky (advances to Eastern Sectional)

5th Adrian Vecchio

Junior Ladies Final Round Results, short and free skate

6th Anna Vernikov

10th Ashley Le

Senior Ladies Final Round Results, short and free skate

8th Eliana Schach

12th Anna Farro

Qualifying Round Results:

Juvenile Girls QR Group A / Free Skate

10th Trinity Cirinelli

11th Vanessa Zhang

12th Kristina Haviland

Juvenile Girls QR Group C / Free Skate

9th Adelyn Hoo

12th Victoria Haviland

Juvenile Girls QR Group D / Free Skate

5th Paige Parlapiano

16th Audrey Steinbach

Intermediate Ladies QR Group A / Free Skate

8th Ava Battaglia

Intermediate Ladies QR Group B / Free Skate

1st Maliah Utley

10th Alyssa Lerner

Intermediate Ladies QR Group c / Free Skate

8th Jennifer Allan

11th Natalia Rusin

Intermediate Ladies QR Group D / Free Skate

4th Jillian Falletta

11th Cassandra Cauvoto

15th Talia Kruzhkov

Novice Ladies QR Group A / Free Skate

10th Summer Kaminski

Novice Ladies QR Group B / Free Skate

10th Sara Neivert

Tests Passed – September 2018

TESTS  PASSED – SEPTEMBER 2018

Carinna Leung- Pre Preliminary MIF

Lily Shreiber – Preliminary MIF

Kaitlyn Bottoni – Juvenile MIF

Isabella Melendez – Intermediate Freeskate

Sofia Zotti – Junior Freeskate