9th Annual NJFSC Learn to Skate Competition at the Staten Island Skating Pavilion March 15, 2020

9th Annual NJFSC Learn to Skate Competition at the Staten Island Skating Pavilion

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Click LTS Staten Island 2020 – Final for Announcement

Click HERE for Electronic Entry

Congratulations to our North Atlantic Challenge Competitors! Terrific Skating!

SILVER MEDALS

    Valeria Gusarova – Juvenile Freeskate (QR)

BRONZE MEDALS

    Paige Parlapiano – Juvenile Freeskate (QR)

    Adrian Vecchio – Intermediate Short/Intermediate FS

Pewter Medals

    Amanda Hsu – Junior Ladies Combined (4th in Short) (3rd in Freeskate)

OTHER PLACINGS

         5th Place – Anton Fomin – Juvenile Boys Freeskate

         5th Place – Jillian Falletta – Intermediate FS (QR)

         5th Place – Ava Battaglia – Intermediate FS (QR)

         6th Place – Sara Neivert – Junior Combined FS        

                  (4th in Freeskate – 9th in Short)

         8th Place – Kristina Haviland – Juvenile FS (QR)

         8th Place – Paige Parlapiano – Juvenile FS (FR)

         8th Place – Ava Battaglia – Intermediate Combined FS

                  (7th in Short – 8th in Freeskate)

         9th Place – Victoria Haviland – Juvenile Freeskate

         10th Place – Adelyn Hoo – Juvenile Freeskate (QR)

         10th Place – Jennifer Allan – Intermediate FS (QR)

         11th Place – Audrey Steinbach – Juvenile FS (QR)

         11th Place – Jill Baker – Juvenile FS (QR)

         13th Place – Anastasia Zamsha – Juvenile Freeskate (QR)

         13th Place – Alyssa Lerner – Intermediate FS (QR)

         13th Place – Jillian Falletta – Intermediate Combined FS

                           (11th in Short – 13th in Freeskate)

         14th Place – Wren Cindrich – Intermediate FS (QR)

         19th Place – Valeria Gusarova – Juvenile Freeskate (FR)

SKATERS WHO WERE AWARDED SPECIAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

Paige Parlapiano – most points for spins in the group

Valeria Gusarova – achieved a clean double axle or triple in their program

Jennifer Allan – most points for spins in the group

Ava Battaglia – achieved a clean double axle or triple in their program

Adrian Vecchio – most points for spins in their group/most points for Performance Component – RECEIVED TWO PINS

Join us at the NJFSC Annual Awards Dinner and 2019-20 Season Kick-off, Sunday, August 18, 2019

Click HERE for invitation.

Renew Membership

Membership portal is now open to renew for the 2019-2020 skating year! Be sure to read the skating categories and note our slight change in the name of “Minor” (previously Junior) and “Adult” (previously Senior). The North Jersey FSC Volunteer Policy and SafeSport statement are also posted.

Join the NJ Black Diamonds: Clinic and Tryout Information

Clinics begin March 1 and tryouts are April 3 and 5th (level dictates clinic dates and tryout date)

2019 NJ Black Diamonds Tryout Information at Skylands Ice World!

NJ Black Diamonds pre-juv team earns Bronze at Eastern Sectional!

Mrs. Carola Dietl

We are sorry to report The North Jersey Figure Skating Club lost a true friend and matriarch, Mrs. Carola Dietl.

There wouldn’t be a North Jersey Figure Skating Club without Mrs. Dietl’s love and support over the last 60 years.  

Mrs. Dietl was a devoted mother to Gregory and Ernst and wife of legendary coach Fritz Dietl.  Carola always knew how to speak to skaters and her kindness and sense of humor is unsurpassed.  The club and its members will miss her terribly.

Funeral Services for Mrs. Dietl will be this Saturday, January 26, 10:30 am at Becker Funeral Home, 219 Kinderkamack Road, Westwood, NJ 07675.

 

2019 Grace Moore Competitor’s Assistance Scholarship Application

2019 Grace Moore Competitor’s Assistance Scholarship Application is due March 15, 2019.

DO NOT be late with the application: 2019 Grace Moore scholarship.

NJ Council of Figure Skating Clubs Academic Awards Application

2018 2019 academic honors application is due on March 15, 2019.

DO NOT WAIT until the last minute to complete.
I addition, NJ Council will be issuing its annual Kern award.  The Kern award is calculated based on data the club provides to council. There is no application requirement.

 

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