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August Perthus Age: 9


Hometown: Bermuda Dunes, California


Club: All Year FSC


Level: Pre-preliminary, prelimi- nary moves in the field Coach: J. Scott Driscoll


Favorite moves: Axel, camel spin, loop jump combinations


Goal: To compete at the World Championships


Favorite memories: Doing my Lutz for the first time, watching the 2016 World Champion- ships in Boston and meeting with some of my favorite skaters


Favorite skaters: Misha Ge, Adam Rippon, Yuzuru Hanyu


How I got started: I always loved to dance to music. When I was 5 years old my parents took me to the ice rink and I started to skate and dance to the music there. I love skating!


Catherine


Chandler Age: 10 Club: North Jersey FSC


Level: Free skate 5, preliminary moves in the field Coach: Deana Sroka Goal: To land my double jumps


Favorite skaters: Gracie Gold, Ashley Wagner


Favorite moves: Axel, split jump, flip


Memorable moment: Going to see the “Stars on Ice” show


How I started: When I was 5, I took my first learn to skate class with my best friend and have been skating since.


Hobbies: Reading, crafting MORE FAVORITES Food: Caprese salad Singer: Shawn Mendes Color: Light blue Place to visit: Lake Placid, New York


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