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Members of the 2017 Scholastic Honors Team were recognized during the U.S. Championships on Jan. 21. Ten outstanding student-athletes were honored for not only their talent on the ice, but also their acumen in the classroom. Te Scholastic Honors Team members received scholarships and jackets that represented their inclusion on the team. Te program is funded through the generosity of the Pioneer Fund, the legacy of the late Helen McLoraine. Pictured are (l-r) Liddy Kasrain, Alicia Lu and Paul Yeung. Not pictured are Whitney Elmlinger, Audrey Laude, Grace Joone Lee, Hanna Tuomi, Megan Wessenberg, Ryan VanDoren and Vincent Zhou. U.S. Figure Skating President Samuel Auxier and National Vice Chair for Program Development Jonathan Geen presented the awards.


Madison Chock and Evan Bates delivered one of the many entertaining perfomances at the Smucker’s Skating Spectacular in Kansas City. Chock and Bates performed to “Everybody’s Free (to Wear Sunscreen) by Baz Luhrmann.


U.S. bronze medalist Jason Brown and veteran competitor Ross Miner sign autographs on the concourse of the Sprint Center. Fans got to meet their favorite skaters and take pictures with them throughout the week.


Skylar, Starr and Toshawa Andrews were the guests of honor at the Memo- rial Fund reception on Jan. 21. Starr, a junior ladies competitor, went on to win the silver medal later in the week. Her mother, Toshawa, talked to the audience about how the Memorial Fund has allowed Starr to pursue her skating dreams. Memorial Fund Chair Bill Coyle, right, emceed the event that attracted 60 generous donors.


Angelina Huang and Maxim Naumov, the novice singles champions, are the 2017 Cecilia Colledge Memorial Fund Award recipients. Te Colledge Award is given annually to the novice lady and novice man who achieve the highest combined program components score of the U.S. Champi- onships. Te award was established by Ms. Colledge’s estate following her death in 2008. She enjoyed a successful skating career, winning the silver medal at the 1936 Olympic Winter Games and the 1937 World title while representing Great Britain. She relocated in 1952 and joined Te Skating Club of Boston’s coaching staff, where she taught until 1977.


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Amber Glenn, Ashley Cain and Timothy LeDuc were three of the 30-plus U.S. Figure Skating athletes who attended the Friends of Figure Skating Breakfast on Jan. 21. Te breakfast in Kansas City was an opportunity for the sport’s most avid fans to meet their favorite athletes. Great food and interactive games between Friends and athletes highlighted the event.


JAY ADEFF/U.S. FIGURE SKATING


CARLY GOLD/U.S. FIGURE SKATING


JAY ADEFF/U.S. FIGURE SKATING


JAY ADEFF/U.S. FIGURE SKATING


CARLY GOLD/U.S. FIGURE SKATING


JAY ADEFF/U.S. FIGURE SKATING


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