This Week in SCNV

In this issue …

  • Frozen 2 on December 7th!
  • Club Ice News
  • Cardinal Classic LOC
  • Did you know?!
  • SCNV Important Dates and Reminders

Come Join Us to see Frozen 2
The Junior Board invites you to see Frozen 2 on Saturday at 4:20 PM, December 7th at Cinemark Fairfax Corner 14 and XD 11900 Palace Way, Fairfax, VA 22030. Please pre-purchase your tickets at when available. We will try to sit in rows D and E.

Club Ice News
Holiday Pot-Luck on Monday, December 16th for all subscribers (please bring a healthy snack to share!)
Solo Pattern Dance Class testing date to be announced soon (pending Judge’s availability before end of Fall session on January 27, 2020). Skaters whom are testing, please follow judge’s presentation protocol (i.e. skating dress with hair up/back and make-up).
Looking for PWIC Ice Monitor on Sunday, December 15th from 4:00 PM to 5:20 PM. Your help is highly appreciated! Please contact the Club Ice Sessions Chair at

Cardinal Classic – Next LOC Saturday, December 14th
The upcoming LOC meeting is planned for Saturday, December 14th at Einstein’s Bagels – 9490 Main St. Fairfax, 22031. Contact Melissa at for details.

Did you know?!
Nathan Chen and Yuzuru Hanyu headline the Grand Prix Final, the biggest figure skating competition of the fall season beginning on Thursday 12/5.
Chen, undefeated since finishing fifth at the PyeongChang Olympics, takes on the two-time Olympic champion Hanyu for the first time since they went one-two at the world championships in March.
The Grand Prix Final pits the top six skaters or teams per discipline from the fall Grand Prix Series, making it the most exclusive annual competition and the most prestigious aside from worlds and the Olympics.
Chen and Hanyu, who each won two Grand Prix Series starts this fall, combined to win the last six Grand Prix Finals. Chen is going for a Grand Prix Final three-peat. Hanyu competes in the event for the first time since 2016, the last of his four straight titles before injuries kept him out back-to-back years.
Russians pepper the fields, including four teenagers in the women’s event headlined by Olympic and world champion Alina Zagitova. However, the strongest skaters this fall were first-year senior countrywomen Alena Kostornaia, Alexandra Trusova and Anna Shcherbakova, who can perform quadruple jumps or triple Axels.
World champions Gabriella Papadakis and Guillaume Cizeron of France and Sui Wenjing and Han Cong of China are the top-ranked dance and pairs’ teams, respectively.
The U.S. qualified a women’s skater (Bradie Tennell) for the first time since 2015 and two dance couples (Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue and Madison Chock and Evan Bates) for a sixth straight year.
Coverage is available on NBC Sports Gold and NBCSN

SCNV Important Dates/Reminders
December 7: Jr. Board – Frozen 2 @ Fairfax Corner 4:20pm
December 8: Dance Test Session @ ION International Training Center 7:00-12:00pm
December 16: Club Ice Holiday Pot-Luck
January 12: Dance Test Session @ FIA 6:45-11:50am
January 12: National Blades Synchro Sendoffs @ PWIC 5:40pm
January 24: USFS Nationals Night
February 23: Moves/Free Skate Test Session @ PWIC 9:00-5:00pm
March 15: Moves/Free Skate Test Session @ FIA 6:45-11:50am
April 17-19: Cardinal Classic with Test Session @ PWIC
May 17: Moves/Free Skate Test Session @ FIA 6:45-11:50am
June 5: SCNV Annual Banquet
June 14: Moves/Free Skate Test Session @ FIA 6:45-11:50am

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