FSA skaters were guest performers at the opening of the Winter Village in Stadshart, Amstelveen, Saturday, December 2.
Our competitors entertained the assembled audience, skating three group numbers set to popular Christmas tunes.
Way to spread the holiday joy, Team FSA!
The seasonal outdoor rink is open until 7 January 2024. See www.wintervillageamstelveen.nl for more information.
Two FSA skaters made the podium at the City of Light Trophy / KNSB-Cup B3 + B4 competition at IJssportcentrum in Eindhoven, December 2-3.
Skating in the Advanced Novice B category, Esmee Dekker finished first and Annika Egas was third. Skating in the same group, Nika Esmaeilzadeh was sixth and Dagna Casias was tenth.
In Basic Novice B, Giulia Dai Pra Ramos was 12th, Laura Britals was 18th and Eline Swildens was 20th.
Amélie Taube was 14th in Midi category, and ...
FSA finished second out of seven clubs competing at the Hanzebokaal challenge competition for Starters, Pupillen and Aspiranten at De Scheg ice rink in Deventer, December 2nd. Four of our skaters made the podium.
In Aspiranten B, Madeline Stumpf and Ashley Cheung finished first and second.
Nélida Lievesley was second in Pupillen 1, while Solenza Subileau was third in Pupillen 2.
In Aspiranten A, Jasmijn Sijmons was 14th and Aymie Woei was 16th.
Abigail Lievesley ...
Sinterklaas paid an early visit to FSA this Sunday to celebrate World Ice Skating Day. A avid skater himself, Sinterklaas laced up and took to the ice together with his helpers, de Pieten, to hand out goodies for everyone. Dank u, Sinterklaas!
At the KNSB-2A qualifying competition in Alkmaar, November 25-26, three FSA skaters earned places at the KNSB Challenge Cup, to be held in February 2024.
Ksenia and Elsbeth qualified in the Advanced Novice category with Technical Elements Scores (TES) of +13 points in the short program. They finished sixth and tenth, respectively, in a field of 14. Ksenia notched a personal best (PB) for the free program and overall score.
In Basic Novice A, Star was second of 17, with a new PB in her ...
The 2023-24 competitive season is ramping up. FSA’s team of scorekaarten competitors took to the ice in Hoorn, November 19, for the 2023 WKC Interclub Trophy and three of our skaters reached the podium.
Angelina Kortes was second in the Pupillen 2 division, while Madeline Stumpf finished first and Ashley Cheung was third in the ladies Aspiranten 2B category. It was the first competition of the season for Madeline, Ashley and also for Solenza Subileau, who was sixth in Pupillen 2.
FSA’s advanced competitors sampled international competition last weekend when they travelled to Deurne, Belgium for the International Skating Union (ISU) sanctioned Rivierencup 2023.
The event was judged by panels of ISU experts drawn from across Europe and even Turkey. Team FSA collected valuable experience and posted several personal bests (PBs).
In the Advanced Novice A category, Ksenia bested her top scores in both the short program and overall while Elsbeth set a new PB in the ...
FSA’s Scorekaarten competitors were in action again this weekend. A team of six skaters travelled to Groningen for the Peerd van Ome Loeks competition, Saturday, November 4.
Pupillen 1 division had three FSA skaters. Stephaniia Kolodil made the podium, finishing third with a score of 11,80. Neyshara Nelson, skating in her first competition, was fifth, with11,60 points, and Mila Usenko was ninth with 10,50 points.
Tessel Ermers earned 10,40 points for her performance in Aspiranten 1A, ...
A strong team of young competitors represented FSA at the first Scorekaart competition of the season this past Saturday, October 28, in Tilburg, Noord-Brabant.
Skating in her first-ever competition, Angelina Kortes made the podium, finishing second of seven in the Pupillen 2 category, with performance that included single jumps up to the lutz and well-centered spins.
Team FSA boasted three out of eighteen entrants in the Pupillen 1 division. Nélida Lievesley finished fourth; Stefania ...
We are excited to celebrate Halloween on Saturday and Sunday, October 28th and 29th. All children who skate on these days are invited to come dressed up for Halloween in their favourite spooky costumes.
Dressing in costume is not a requirement, but if you or your child decide to wear a costume it’s important to make sure that you can still skate safely. This means no long dresses, wide pants, masks, etc.
Our coaches are excited to celebrate Halloween with the children and look forward ...