Figure Skating Club of Park City podiums at Adult Nationals
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — The Salt Lake City Sports Complex served as the venue for the figure skating competition, the Adult National Championships, in conjunction with U.S. Figure Skating earlier in April.
Among other podium placements, the Figure Skating Club of Park City’s ‘Coach Chris’ Obzansky, with partner Erin Krentz, got a silver medal in the Masters Pairs event.
On Facebook, the Figure Skating Club of Park City (FSCPC) wrote, “Thrilled to have an awesome contingent of adult athletes.” Additionally, they said, “We had so many amazing and hardworking adults representing the Figure Skating Club of Park City at the Adult Championships. We are so proud. Congrats to each of them on their hard work and beautiful performances.
Another FSCPC coach, Kathleen “Katie” Tucker, competed in front of Park City families, who see her as a great role model.
U.S. Figure Skating wrote on its Adult Skating Committee Facebook page, “Congratulations to Meredith Hall: our 2023 recipient of the Yvonne M. Dowlen Trophy. Each year, the trophy is presented to our oldest competitor. Meredith is 83 years old and the first masters-level skater to receive the trophy. The trophy was presented by our youngest competitor, Emelyn Haynie, who turned 21 a few days before the entry deadline. We were joined by two past trophy recipients today: Molly MacGowan (2021) and Connie Curry (2019 and 2022). Together, these athletes remind us that skating is a lifelong sport!”
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