Figure skaters from the Los Angeles Figure Skating Club have won at least one national figure skating title annually since 1983 and the club is one of the largest and most prominent figure skating clubs in the United States. In honor of its 2014 national competitors, the club put together a wonderful tribute video.
The skaters honored in the video are listed below.
- Paolo Borromeo - 2014 US Novice Men's Champion
- Jasmine and Joshua Fendi - 2014 US Juvenile Pairs Champions (Joshua Fendi also placed 7th in the national Juvenile Boys event)
- Tessa Hong - 2014 US Intermediate Ladies Champion
- Devin Perini - 2014 US Junior Pairs Silver Medalist
- Robert Hennings - 2014 US Novice Pairs Bronze Medalist
- Elise Middleton - 2014 US Junior Pairs Pewter Medalist
- Cheyenne Taylor - 7th Place Novice Ladies
- Spencer Howe - 8th Place Junior Men
- Reagan King - 9th Place Novice Pairs
- Logan Leonesio - 7th Place Intermediate Dance
- Alexis Middleton - 11th Place Novie Dance
- AJ Reiss - 10th Place Senior Pairs
- Emily Day and Kevin Leahy - 10th Place Junior Dance
National, world, and Olympic figure skaters have been part of the Los Angeles Figure Skating Club's history. The club knows that it is an honor to compete at the U.S. National Figure Skating Championships, and wants its skaters to be recognized. Each year, the club honors all of its skaters and competitors before the qualifying figure skating competition season begins. All members are given a club jacket which is proudly worn and seen during practice sessions and at competitions.
Our skaters most definitely brought their “A” games to Boston, along with some sunshine and star power to make this a exceptionally stellar and celebratory competition for our club. You guys all rocked! We are so proud of all your efforts and hope that each of you had a rewarding experience. GO TEAM LAFSC! - Los Angeles Figure Skating Club
- About the Los Angeles Figure Skating Club
- Why should skaters join a figure skating club?
- What is the U.S. National Figure Skating Championships?