Figure Skating Club

A figure skating club is a local organization of figure skaters, often centered around a single ice rink. Typical club activities include arranging practice ice time, hosting test sessions and competitions, and producing an annual ice show in which club skaters may take part. Some clubs also emphasize non-skating social activities for members.

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Atlanta Figure Skating Club
... The Atlanta Figure Skating Club (AFSC) was founded in 1956, and became a member club of US Figure Skating in 1958 ... It is the oldest figure skating club in Georgia, and one of the largest figure skating clubs in the United States ...
2006–07 ISU Speed Skating World Cup - Races - Women
... Skating in the final pair, Nesbitt was half a second behind Friesinger before going up 2.7 seconds on the final lap to fall down to third place ... World Cup before this race was 11th, but after skating the third-fastest opening she takes third place ... Wolf won the race, and also set a personal best by skating the third-fastest time ever ...
Figure Skating Club - Other Activities
... Many clubs sponsor synchronized skating and ice theatre teams ... Some clubs offer regular social ice dancing sessions, or dance camps aimed primarily at adult skaters ... A few older figure skating clubs, including the Skating Club of Boston and the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club are organized along the same lines as a country club, effectively as much ...
U.S. Figure Skating - History
... In 1921 the United States Figure Skating Association was formed and became a member of the International Skating Union ... the Association was composed of seven (7) charter member clubs including Beaver Dam Winter Sports Club, The Skating Club of Boston, Chicago Figure Skating Club The Skating Club ... Figure Skating instituted its current logo ...

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