Bradford and Slough

Posted: 6th March 2016

Competition season is in full swing, its been a busy few weeks for ISS skaters competing at both Bradford and Slough.

ISS Coventry…

Bradford opens;

Huge congratulations to Sophia Smith who placed 2nd in level 1 ladies at Bradford and also Aoife Stevenson competing in her first level 3 comp.

Jacob Casey made it 3 times in a row winning first place in level 1 mens! Jacob has now passed his level 2 field moves so can move up to compete at the next level.

Molly Stackhouse, Lauren Shirlaw, Sophie Williams and Molly Perry all competed in level 7, Evie Lewis and Natasha Goss in level 4, Mia Bench in level 2 and Rebekah Harbour in beginners - well done to all on their performances, and especially well done to Molly S and Mia who achieved new PB’s.

Isabelle McKinlay finished 5th in level 1, in the 11 & over category passing her with a score to move up to Level 2.

Slough Opens;

Congratulations to Sophie Williams who placed 3rd in level 7 ladies - Sophie was actually placed 1st on the component mark, which was a great achievement.

Sophia Smith also competed in Slough achieving new PB score 18.63 and placing 1st in level 1 ladies age 8 and under. Also Aoife Stevenson placed 2nd and Robyn Foster placed 3rd in level 3 ladies. Well done!

Also well done to Louisa Wootton and Evie Lewis who competed in level 4 ladies and Saskia Foy, Ellie-Mai Foster and Anais Dhadda – Great job!

ISS Milton Keynes…

Slough Opens;

ISS MK had many first time competitors; Ema Lapatinskaite and Daisy Fulton came 6th and 13th respectively, brilliant achievement ladies. And well done to Lillian Couling, Ailie Collings, Elissa Kelloway, finishing 5th and Rebecca James-Gavira all competing for the first time.

Maisie Barnet, only 6 years old, was skating in her second open competition achieving a new personal best. Lucy Ahearn, skating in her second open competiton showed tremendous fight and determination throughout her routine, great job girls!

Louis Gregory also competed for the first time and got a 1st place, well done Louis.

Beginners ladies 9 and10, Sophie Stein come 6th with her new personal best score, Ashley Webb 10th and Kizzy Portlock 15th .

Beginners Ladies 11 and over, Eloise Cacioppo finished 7th – well done!

Lucy Morris, level 5, after not competing for 3 years, Lucy showed courage and put on a show girl performance and achieved her score for her level 5 competitive test.

Level 6 Ladies, Rowena Mosley claimed her first bronze medal at level 6 and increased her personal score by more then 7 points, excellent result.

Megan Bulford was lying in 3rd place until the last competitor and finished 4th overall; Megan performed outstandingly and achieved her score for level 7 competitive test and a new PB.

Level 7 Ladies, Sophie Holloway finished 7th and skated well balanced routine, well done Sophie.

Ellie Green, level 9 junior ladies, Ellie made a few vital mistakes costing her a medal, but as always Ellie attempts all elements and gives it her all, well done Ellie.

Also representing Milton Keynes were, Tarren Mayer finishing 9th, Tia fry finishing 11th and Emmie Rose Stephens finishing 17th. Leire Martin Del Cano level 1, finishing 5th with a test pass, Caroline Lloyd level 2, Eleanor Johnston level 3 and Kate Carrington, level 5 finishing 6th with a new PB. Great job ladies!

Bradford opens;

Megan Bulford competed in her 2nd competition at level 6, skated clean and placed well for her second competition.

Well done to everyone, we are really proud of all the hard work put in by all the skaters and their coaches.


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