QFSC member Casey Fisher practice her moves for the upcoming competition.

CNCR championships come to Quesnel

The Cariboo North Central Regional (CNCR) championships start today and run until Sunday.

With the Cariboo North Central Regional (CNCR) championships starting today and running until Sunday at the Quesnel Twin Arenas it is time to take a moment and reflect on some of the recent competitions the Quesnel Figure Skating Club (QFSC) took part in.

Taking eighth place in Junior Silver Ladies at Jingle Blades was Kayla Flanagan.

Beverly Smetanick, Star 5 U13 competitor placed eighth at Autumn Leaves and first at the Kla-How-Ya competition.

Second place in Star 4 at the Kla-How-Ya competition went to Grace Dunn.

In Senior Silver Ladies at Kla-How-Ya, Cassie Greenwood skated in for first place.

Attending the Kla-How-Ya competition and placing first in Gold Ladies was Carmen Huang.

Madison Nickolet also attended the Kla-How-Ya competition, bringing back a first place win for the QFSC in Senior Bronze Ladies.

Casey Fisher skated in to Kelowna for the Okanagan Interclub competition bringing a fourth place win in Star 4 U13.

These are only some of the many achievements earned by members of the QFSC seemingly endless hours of practice and dedication.

Visiting figure skaters will be facing tough competition this weekend as they skate against many of QFSC talented members at the CNCR championships.

The start time for the Regionals Jamboree is today from 9 a.m. – 4:48 p.m. On the Saturday skaters will be on the ice competing from 8 a.m – 7:30 p.m. The third and final day of skating is Sunday with events taking place from 8 a.m. – 1:40 p.m.

Come out to the Twin Arenas and cheer on the QFSC as the take on the competition.

 

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