Congratulations, Maia Conway on landing your double sal!

SSFSC Member, Cameron Feeley, to Join the Ice Mates.


Gold Medalist Cameron Feeley flying high!

Cameron Feeley, a gold medalist and rising high school junior, will join the Ice Mates as they go into their next season. The Ice Mates are the Hayden Synchronized Skating Team’s novice level team. They compete in the third-highest division of competitive figure skating and participate in regional and national competitions. The athletes are 13 to 17 years old and come from a number of different states. Each season, it is the team’s mission to win U.S. National medals while learning the skills necessary to move up to the junior division. Congratulations to Cameron Feeley and her family on this significant achievement.


SSFSC Member, Tori Los, moves on to train in Boston!


Tori Los at Empire State Games

Tori Los plans to graduate high school a year early and will train full time with her coach in Boston to pursue her dreams to compete at Nationals. Tori was in the news recently as she spoke about her training, the 2014 Empire State Games competition, and her passion for ice skating. SSFSC wishes Tori and her family luck as she begins her next adventure.


Saratoga Synchro Teams move on to Finals at 2014 Eastern Sectionals

synchro teams

Congratulations to the coaches and skaters of the Saratoga Stars and Saratoga Shining Stars for an amazing season!

Stars win Gold at 30th Annual Colonial Classic, in Lowell, MA on January 11.

stars-win-gold-colonial-2014An amazing performance by the Saratoga Stars earns them gold at the 30th Annual Colonial Classic. Congratulations to all the coaches and skaters!

SSFSC Member, Kendall Grace, is now a gold medalist two times over!


Kendall earns her second gold medal!

Kendall Grace, a long time SSFSC member and graduating high school student, has now achieved two gold medals – one for moves in the field, the other for dance. Congratulations, Kendall!

Figure skating in the U.S. can be either competitive or recreational, and those learning to skate can choose either. While competitive skaters are required to participate in the U.S. testing structure to eventually compete in qualifying competitions, recreational skaters can also opt to take tests in order to continually challenge themselves and their abilities. Learn more about the USFS test structure here.