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Kelowna Skating Club members solid at West Kelowna event

Kelowna Skating Club member Madison Delcourt won two gold medals at the Okanagan Region Championships, held in West Kelowna over the weekend. - Kevin Davies/AAA Photography/Contributed
Kelowna Skating Club member Madison Delcourt won two gold medals at the Okanagan Region Championships, held in West Kelowna over the weekend.
— image credit: Kevin Davies/AAA Photography/Contributed

The Kelowna Skating Club made a huge impression at the 2013 Okanagan Region Figure Skating Champinoships, held in West Kelowna over the weekend.

A total of 44 skaters from the Kelowna Club participated at the event, winning 38 medals and claiming the overall team trophy.

Kelowna skaters proved dominant at several levels, as they swept the podium in several preliminary elements including pre-novice women and girls under 10 divisions.

Kelowna skaters showed a very high level of skill pre-novice women’s events with Ajsha Gorman and McKenna Colthorp each winning gold with Gorman winning the short program and Colthorp winning the free skate.

Other Kelowna skaters striking gold in their respective events were Madison Delcourt and Mikayla Consiglio who each claimed a pair of gold medals. Kaiya MacLeod, Ryder MacLeod, Daria Carr, Maya Rose, Madeline Foley, Savana Sheardown, Taylor Sheardown, Kenedi Woodcox, Olivia Gran, and Vienna Harwood also won gold medals.

Here are the entire results

Pre-Juvenile Women: Daria Carr 1st; Alyssa Dobbs 2nd

Juvenile Women: Rochelle Reeve 2nd; Kristen Ciurka 3rd; Madison Delcourt 4th;  Olivia Gran 5th; Ashley Sales 6th

Pre-Novice Women Short: Ajsha Gorman 1st; McKenna Colthorp 2nd; Rosalyn Carr 3rd

Pre-Novice Women Free: McKenna Colthorp 1st; Ajsha Gorman 2nd

Star 4 Girls under 10: Mikayla Consiglio 1st; Maya Rose 2nd; Summer Peitsch 3rd; Alexis Garost 5th; Kenedi Woodcox  7th

Star 4 girls under 13: Kaiya MacLeod 1st; Sally Haaheim 3rd; Makenna Jensen 7th

Star 4 Girls over 13: Stephanie Forrest 12th

Star 4 Boys: Ryder MacLeod 1st; Carter Hiob 2nd

Senior Bronze Women: Savana Sheardown 1st; Abbey Reiter 2nd; Brianne Mapson 5th; Gabrielle Balcaen 9th

Junior Silver Women: Taylor Sheardown 1st

Senior Silver Women: Rachel Hiob exhibition

Preliminary Elements: Madeline Foley 1st; Mya Adkin 2nd; Vienna Harwood 3rd; Carson Consiglio 5th; Kiera Atkins 6th; Emily Sales 9th

Bronze Elements group 1:  Mikayla Consiglio 1st; Carter Hiob 2nd; Sally Haaheim 3rd; Makenna Jensen 4th; Alexis Garost 7th

Bronze Elements group 2:  Maya Rose 1st; Summer Peitsch 2nd; Kaiya MacLeod 4th; Kenedi Woodcox 5th

Silver Elements:  Abbey Reiter 2nd; Alyssa Dobbs 4th

Gold Elements:  Madison Delcourt 1st; Olivia Gran 2nd; Rochelle Reeve 4th; Ashley Sales 5th; Taylor Sheardown 6th

Preliminary Creative group 1:  Alexis Garost 4th; Mya Adkin 5th

Preliminary Creative group 2:  Olivia Gran 1st; Kiera Atkins 4th

Preliminary Creative group 3:  Vienna Harwood 1st; Daria Carr 2nd

Preliminary Creative group 4:  Kenedi Woodcox 1st; Mikayla Consiglio 3rd; Sierra MacLeod 6th

Bronze Creative:  Madison Delcourt 1st; Alyssa Dobbs 3rd; Kaiya MacLeod 4th; Sally Haaheim 7th

Silver Creative:  Makenna Jensen 2nd

Star 1, Star 2, and Star 3 Assessments:  Brooklyn Cowen, Malayna Lesko, Aurora Schultz, Erika Garost, Sierra MacLeod, Emily Sales, Hannah Foley, Kiera Atkins, Amy Richardson, Isabella Perini, Mya Adkin, Vienna Harwood, Madeline Foley, Rachel Yee, Julia Crowther, Aimee Colthorp, and Carson Consiglio

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