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  • Welcome to the
    Ann Arbor Figure
    Skating Club

    It's about the Skater.
    Accomplishment. Atmosphere. Attitude

  • Adults Skate Too

    Whether you are an "adult who became a skater" or a "skater who became an adult," the U.S. Figure Skating Adult Skating Program here at the Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club has a place for everyone to learn, enjoy, and participate through a variety of skating classes, proficiency tests, and competitions

  • Learn to Skate
    Come Join the Fun!

    Teaching the fundamentals
    of skating for all ages

  • Home of the Hockettes Synchronized Skating Team

    Synchronized skating is characterized by teamwork, speed, intricate formations, and challenging step sequences. Skaters have a lot of fun participating on a synchronized team because it is a team effort and they have a chance to skate with their friends.

  • Supporting Athletes in Special Olympics

    The AAFSC Therapeutic Skating curriculum was developed by US Figure Skating and has been proven to improve fitness, strength, balance, flexibility, socialization, and self-esteem

June 2nd Test Session

Test Session
June 2nd, 2018

Thank you to all the coaches, judges, parents, volunteers, and skaters who participated in our most recent test session.
Join us next time!
Wednesday, June 27th

Applications due
Wednesday, June 13th
in the AAFSC Office

Need more time? See you
Wednesday, August 15th
Great job skaters!

Junior Moves in the Field
Katie Grossman

Preliminary Moves in the Field
Sadie Agranoff

Pre-Preliminary MIF
Claire McMillin
Sherry Pan

Intermediate Freestyle
Elizabeth Casey
Rebecka Hakansson

Juvenile Freestyle
Selina Lin

Pre-Juvenile Freestyle
Sara Zubieta

Preliminary Freestyle
Charlotte Batra
Claire Moran

Pre-Preliminary Freestyle
Marcella Bredeweg
Claire McMillin
Riley Nettle
Yahli Pedersen

Pre- Bronze Dance- Cha Cha
Ian Moyer
Monique Uzelac
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2018-2019 Board of Directors Candidates

Voting Ballots will be available in the AAFSC Office starting Tuesday, June 5th, at 3pm

All votes must be in the AAFSC office by 7pm on Wednesday, June 20th--
prior to the 2018 AAFSC Annual Membership Meeting. 
Results will be announced during the Annual Meeting.

The 2018 AAFSC Annual Membership Meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 20th at 7:30pm, following the Awards Banquet, which begins at 6:00 pm, in the Glass Room at the Ice Cube.

We have 4 three-year terms available. The four candidates receiving the 4 highest vote totals will receive these three-year terms.

Only eligible AAFSC members (registered as AAFSC members with US Figure Skating for the 2017-2018 membership year) are permitted to vote in the election. This includes Adult, Associate, Senior, Honorary, USFSA Officials, Professional, and Collegiate members. Also eligible to vote are Family Memberships- Option #1 and #2. However, there is only one vote per Family Membership. All voters must be 18 years of age or older and must be in good financial standing with the AAFSC. Introductory and Second Club members, as well as a few other membership categories do NOT have voting privileges at AAFSC. Please contact the AAFSC for more information.
Some AAFSC members who are not qualified to vote may receive this e-mail.

2018 Board Candidate Information

Biographies of the board candidates can be found here.


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AAFSC Basic Skills Consignment

2018 Ann Arbor Basic Skills & Showcase Consignment Sale
Saturday, June 9th 2018

It's time again for the annual AA Skills & Showcase Consignment Sale!

 We have had huge success with this sale over the years, it is a great way to get rid of your gently used skating items. It's also a great way to purchase new-to-you items. Attached are all the details. Please refer all questions to Michelle Spiess at michelle.spiess@yahoo.com

We look forward to another great sale!

This is an EXCELLENT way to sell, and purchase, gently used items for your skater!!

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Springtime Invitational Results

The 34th Annual Ann Arbor
Springtime Invitational was a SUCCESS because ofYOU!
Thank you volunteers, parents, skaters, coaches, and all those involved in this year's competition.

Congratulations AAFSC skaters!
34th Annual Ann Arbor Springtime Invitational
May 17-20th, 2018

High Beginner Girls Test Track
Avery Hoeft- Group B- 2nd Place
Elise Meints- Group C- 4th Place

High Beginner Boys Test Track
Alexander Meints- 3rd Place

No Test Girls Compulsory Moves
Rilynn Cox- 2nd Place

No Test Girls Spins Challenge
Katarina Munson- 1st Place
Rilynn Cox- 2nd Place

No Test Girls Free Skate
Katarina Munson- Group B- 2nd Place
Rilynn Cox- Group C- 2nd Place
Felicia Lin- Group A- 3rd Place

Pre-Preliminary Compulsory Moves
Victoria Wilkinson- Group A- 5th Place

Pre-Preliminary Girls Spins Challenge
Victoria Wilkinson- 2nd Place

Pre-Preliminary Girls Free Skate
Marcella Bredeweg- Group- 3rd Place
Victoria Wilkinson- Group A- 7th Place
Violet Weizer- Group D- 2nd Place

Preliminary Girls Compulsory Moves
Elizabeth Min- Group A- 4th Place
Leela Aiyagari- Group B- 4th Place

Preliminary Girls Spins Challenge
Elizabeth Min- 2nd Place

Preliminary Girls Test Track
Yahli Pedersen- Group A- 3rd Place

Preliminary Girls Well Balanced Free Skate
Elizabeth Min- Group A- 9th Place
Leela Aiyagari- Group C- 9th Place
Audrey Weizer- Group D- 2nd Place
Charlotte Batra- Group D- 7th Place

Pre-Juvenile Girls Jumps Challenge
Leela Aiyagari- 3rd Place

Pre-Juvenile Girls Spins Challenge
Leela Aiyagari- 3rd Place

Open Juvenile Ladies Short Program
Eliot Ziolek- 13th Place

Open Juvenile Ladies Free Skate
Eliot Ziolek- 5th Place
Selina Lin- 14th Place

Intermediate Ladies Test Track
Rachel Eglinton- 11th Place

Intermediate Ladies Short Program
Elizabeth Casey-Group A- 12th Place
Rebecka Hakansson- Group C- 14th Place

Intermediate Ladies Free Skate
Elizabeth Casey- Group A- 13th Place
Rebecka Hakansson- Group B- 13th Place

Senior Ladies Short Program
Katharine Greene- 11th Place

Senior Ladies Free Skate
Katharine Greene- 7th Place

Senior Light Entertainment
Jason Deveikis- 1st Place

Adult Dramatic Entertainment
Karla Stoermer Grossman- 1st Place

Couples Novice Pattern Dance
Anna Nicklas & Max Ryan- 1st Place

Couples Novice Free Dance
Anna Nicklas & Max Ryan- 1st Place

Juvenile Solo Combined Dance
Andria Annala- 9th Place
Tess Gomper- 11th Place

Intermediate Solo Combined Dance
Evelyn Lemm- 1st Place
Salome Mouliere- 2nd Place

Senior Solo Combined Dance
Connie Achtenberg- 8th Place

Juvenile Shadow Pattern Dance
Elizabeth Ludlow & Julia Kaltwasser- 2nd Place

Intermediate Shadow Pattern Dance
Evelyn Lemm & Salome Mouliere- 1st Place
Rachel Eglinton & Carly Wholihan- 3rd Place

Preliminary Solo Pattern Dance
Yahli Pedersen- 1st Place
Jessica Burns- 2nd Place
Victoria Wilkinson- 3rd Place

Pre-Bronze Solo Pattern Dance
Julia Kaltwasser- 1st Place
Elizabeth Ludlow- 2nd Place
Mahala Nguyen- 5th Place

Bronze Solo Pattern Dance
Andria Annala- 8th Place
Tess Gomper- 13th Place

Pre-Silver Solo Pattern Dance
Salome Mouliere- 1st Place
Evelyn Lemm- 5th Place

Gold Solo Pattern Dance
Connie Achtenberg- 7th Place

Open Adult Free Skate
Lillian Min- 1st Place
Kimberly Keller- 3rd Place
Kristin Seefeldt- 4th Place
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Dr. Porter named to World Hall of Fame

AAFSC's  Dr. Richard Porter 
"the undisputed founder of synchronized skating"

Tuesday April 17, 2018 - The World Figure Skating Hall of Fame announced its largest class of inductees since its premier year of 1976.  Among the inductees is the late Dr. Richard Porter of the Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club. Dr. Porter is the  founder of synchronized skating, then known as Precision Skating.

The World Figure Skating Museum & Hall of Fame, located in Colorado Springs, CO, is the international repository for the sport of figure skating. The only institution of its kind in the world, the Museum is dedicated exclusively to the preservation and interpretation of the history of figure skating.The greatest names in figure skating are honored in the World and U.S. Hall of Fame. Induction into the Hall of Fame is the highest honor a figure skater can achieve. The Hall of Fame includes such distinguished skaters as Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, Dick Button, Scott Hamilton, Ekaterina Gordeeva and Sergei Grinkov, Midori Ito, Sonja Henie, and Katarina Witt.

Dr. Porter was selected by the Legends Committee, which considers contributions in 1960 and prior.  

CLICK HERE to view the World Hall of Fame announcement.

CLICK HERE  to read "A Brief History - Dr. Richard Porter"  as appears in the Porter Synchronized Classic program.
AAFSC is elated for the World Hall of Fame's recognition 
of Dr. Porter's significant contribution to the sport of figure skating.

Adult National Championships

BEST OF LUCK!! Adult Nationals Competitors!

Adult National Championships
Marlborough, Massachusetts
April 10-14th, 2018

Jennifer Weizer-
Championship Silver Freestyle

Katie Dudzinski-
Championship Masters (Junior/Senior) Freestyle

Connie Achtenberg-
Masters (Junior/Senior) Freestyle & Gold Solo Pattern Dance

Marie Sherry-
Bronze Solo Free Dance & Pre-Silver Partner Pattern Dance

Don't forget! Adult Synchronized Skating Tryouts are
THIS Sunday, April 15th from 7:15 pm- 9:35 pm
Over 18 and any level; Masters skaters must be 25 and up.
Must be able to balance confidently on the ice both forward/backwards & turn smoothly

#AdultsSkateToo   #LearntoSkate   #AnnArborFSC
Ann Arbor Figure Skating Club
Phone: 734-213-6768

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 It wasn't luck!
AAFSC Adult Skaters
swept Midwestern Sectionals & 
earned several spots at Nationals
Championship Masters Junior/Senior Free Skate
Julia Liao- 2nd Place (Adult Nationals Qualifier)
Kathryn Dudzinski- 4th Place (Adult Nationals Qualifier)
Connie Achtenberg- 9th Place
Championship Silver Ladies Free Skate
Jennifer Weizer- 3rd Place (Adult Nationals Qualifier)
Ian Moyer & Monique Uzelac
Pre-Bronze Dance- First Dance- 1st Place
Pre-Bronze Dance- Second Dance- 1st Place
Pre-Bronze Dance- Final- 1st Place
Marie Sherry & David Bakke
Pre-Silver Dance- First Dance- 2nd Place
Pre-Silver Dance- Second Dance- 1st Place
Pre-Silver Dance- Final- 2nd Place
Marie Sherry
Bronze Solo Free Dance- 1st Place out of 8!!
Lillian Min
Bronze Ladies II Free Skate- 2nd Place
Satoko Willgus
Bronze Ladies III & IV Free Skate- 2nd Place
Kimberly Keller
Bronze Ladies Compulsory Moves Group A- 2nd Place
Bronze Ladies I Free Skate- 2nd Place
2017-2018 Adult Competition Series- Bronze Midwest Section- 1st Place!!
Fun Fact:
All of the skaters who participated in the Adult Skate Too Exhibition last weekend received Top 3 in their events at the Midwestern Sectionals this weekend!! Including the out of club skaters- David Bakke, Teresa Dentico, and Stephanie Senterfit


Join us! Adult Learn to Skate Classes are offered Tuesdayevenings, Thursday evenings, and Saturday mornings.

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MI Basic Skills Series

This year we had 35 AAFSC skaters compete in the Michigan Basic Skills Series! Several of our skaters earned medals for their hard work and commitment to the Series. 

With all of their determination and performance skills, we were able to WIN the Series with 1,287 points!! With over 60 participating clubs, we stand at the top; proud and excited for more to come!

We're happy to share the final standings for this year's 
Michigan Basic Skills Series.
Alexander Meints

High Beginner Compulsory Moves Champion

High Beginner Freestyle Champion
Avery Hoeft

Basic 6 Compulsory Moves Champion

Basic 6 Freestyle Champion
Elise Meints

Basic 6 Compulsory Moves Silver Medalist

Basic 6 Freestyle Silver Medalist
Hannah Kang

Basic 6 Compulsory Moves Bronze Medalist

Basic 6 Freestyle Bronze Medalist
Caroline Fox

Basic 3 Compulsory Moves Champion

Basic 3 Freestyle Silver Medalist
Congratulations to ALL of our MI Basic Skills skaters!
Many are unpictured and should be very proud of their achievements this year!

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