ICE RINK IS OPEN AS USUAL
- Forwards and backwards crossovers in a figure of 8
- Forward outside spiral on a curve (left and right)
- Spin on one foot (min 4 revs) optional entry and exit
- Waltz jump from 4-5 back crossovers (held landing for count of 3)
- Bunny hop into a drag
- Forward block (full length of the rink) in the shoulder hold using alternating left & right chasses
- Forward Line (full length of the rink) in the shoulder hold using the alternating left & right chasses & swings
- Forward circle (at least 2 revolutions in both directions) in hand hold, facing inward using continuous chasses
- Forward pin wheel (at least 2 revolutions in both directions) in shoulder hold, using consecutive chasses. 2, 3 or 4 spokes may be performed depending on the number of the skaters.
- Forward open chasses/crossed (closed) chasses continuously on a circle (min 3, left & right)
- LFO closed mowhawk, cross in front onto a LBI. Step forwards to RFI (3 times, left & right)
- Forward progressive runs
- Two consecutive LFO 3 turns followed by a sustained outside edges with free leg extended for a count of 3 (left & right)
- Forward spiral inside & outside edges (either foot)
- Single Salchow
- Spin on one foot (min 4 revs) entry from backward crossovers stepping into forward outside edge, landing position exit
- Backward crossovers around a circle into an extended landing position for the count of 3 (left and right)
- Teapot on either foot (forwards and backwards)
- Block in shoulder hold. Push left, push right, left cross edge, right cross edge, LFO 3 turn, right back cross edge, left back cross edge
- Line shoulder hold. Push left, push right, left cross edge, right cross edge, LFO 3 turn, right back cross edge, left back cross edge
- Circle in elbow hold (tea pot hold), facing in and out performed in both directions. 2 consecutive of; forward chasse, forward cross, FO 3 turn, backward chasse, backward cross, step to forward inside edge to repeat.
- Forward intersection using alternating forward chasses. At least 3 pass throughs. Drag position maybe introduced for variety
- Forward progressive runs in a figure of 8
- Backward open chasses (3 on each foot) in serpentine sequence
- Backward progressive runs in a figure of 8
- A 7 step dance sequence as follows: RFI open mowhawk, RBO run, RBO cross in front, LBI, step forward RFI & repeat twice
- Forward inside single twizzles (left & right, min 4 in a row)
- Backward outside one foot spin (min 1 rev)
- Single toe-loop (with correct take off-not a toe three jump)
- Spiral sequence: Forward outside spiral (spirals held for 3 seconds) clockwise and counter-clockwise
- A simple step sequence: must have three turns, mowhawks, chasses, crossrolls, toe steps these can be done on any edges, forwards or backwards
- Combination of Skating movements, turns, jumps and spins in a short routine with or without music (max 1 min 30 seconds)
- Forward line in shoulder hold turning to a back line into elbow hold. Steps may be a combination of chasses, progressive runs and back crossovers. Movement to be performed using the full length of the rink
- Block introducing a change of axis. Commence in shoulder hold down long axis. Push left, push right, left cross edge, right cross edge, LFO 3 turn, right back cross edge, left back cross edge. Change to elbow hold, backward right chasse, right cross, right chasse, right cross, step to right forward inside edge to repeat.
- Change of confirmation wheel, from 2 spokes to 4 spokes. A combination of forward chasses and crossovers and a 3 turn to backward chases and crossovers. At least one change of hold must be performed.
- Forward intersection with a one revolution turn at the point of intersection (e.g. an inside twizzles or Austrian 3 turn). At least 3 pass throughs to be performed.
- Forward run, forward slip chasses (3 times) in a figure of 8
- Basic backward cross rolls
- Solo novice foxtrot with music
- Forward inside double twizzle (left & right)
- A 9 step dance sequence
Bracknell Ice Skating Club
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Bracknell Ice Skating Club was formed in 1988 and is one of the biggest in Britain with around 300 members.
It organises club competitions approximately once a month and an annual five-day Free skating and Ice Dance Open which includes an Adult Open for those over 21.
Visit the Bracknell Ice Skating Club website.
Ice Ability is a group run between JNL and Bracknell Ice Skating club, enabling children with additional needs to learn how to ice skate within a safe environment.
Under close supervision, all the children involved are able to progress and learn at their own pace, with their own goals in mind.
The session is a fun and enjoyable experience, with lots of games, challenges and one to one attention, allowing everyone to feel comfortable and included.
Session is on Thursdays 18:00-19:00 for children aged 5-18. Cost £6 /skater. (Annual membership of the skating club required £15/year).
Please contact Lisa Slyfield for more information.
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