Skate Milwaukee

The Wisconsin Figure Skating Club will bring high level figure skaters back to Milwaukee for the 16th Annual Skate Milwaukee Figure Skating Competition to be held July 8-11, 2020

Skate Milwaukee has gained national recognition and respect among skaters and coaches across the country.

2020 U.S. Figure Skating Championships competitors

who have competed at

Skate Milwaukee include:

Senior Men: Jason Brown, Tomoki Hiwatashi, Jordan Moeller

Senior Ladies: Bradie Tennell, Gracie Gold, Maxine Marie Bautista

Senior Pairs:  Alexa Scimeca-Knierim and Chris Knierim, Haven Denney and Brandon Frazier, Laiken Lockley and Keenan Prochnow 

Junior Men: Daniel Martynov, Joseph Klein, Daniel Turchin

Junior Ladies: Calista Choi, Isabelle Inthisone, Elsa Cheng

Junior Pairs: Isabelle Martins and Ryan Bedard

At Skate Milwaukee, Olympic and US National judges gather to evaluate and critique skaters who come to present their new programs under the most recent rules of the season.

Our chief referee is Gale Tanger, WFSC member, National Referee, Technical Controller and Judge, past Olympic and World official.

This year we have partnered with historic Milwaukee landmark The Pfister Hotel to offer blocks of rooms to our competitors at a greatly reduced price for this extraordinary location.

Registration for Skate Milwaukee 2020 is open from May 18 – June 1, 2020.

Be part of this exciting event!

U.S. Figure Skating Scholarship Applications are Open!

Reminder: U.S. Figure Skating Scholarship Applications are Open!
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    Are you eligible to receive funding for the 2020-21 competitive skating season?
    *Please note, all scholarship applications MUST be submitted digitally.

    MEMORIAL FUND COMPETITIVE SKATERS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (CSAP) Open to juvenile—senior level skaters with differing competitive criteria. Applications can be accessed through the U.S. Figure Skating website HERE. The deadline to apply is Monday, Aug. 31.

    MEMORIAL FUND ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM (ASP)
    Open to current and former skaters who are enrolled at an accredited college or university and are still actively involved in the sport of figure skating. Applications can be accessed through the U.S. Figure Skating website HERE after June 1. The deadline to apply is Aug. 31.

    U.S. FIGURE SKATING SCHOLASTIC HONORS TEAM
    Open to novice—senior level skaters entering their junior or senior year of high school in the fall of 2020. The application can be found on the U.S. Figure Skating website HERE. The deadline to apply is Sept. 11.

    JOYCE KOMPERDA ATHLETE SUPPORT FUND
    Open to intermediate—junior level singles, pairs and ice dance athletes. The application can be found on the U.S. Figure Skating website HERE after June 1. The deadline to apply is Aug. 31.

    MEMORIAL FUND RISE YOUTH ESSAY CONTEST
    Open to skaters at pre-preliminary, preliminary, pre-juvenile and juvenile levels. The application can be found on the U.S. Figure Skating website HERE. The deadline to apply is Aug. 31. 

    BUCH FAMILY ACADEMIC GRANT SCHOLARSHIP
    Open to skaters at the novice—senior level currently enrolled at an accredited college or university. The application can be found on the U.S. Figure Skating website HERE. The deadline to apply is Aug. 31.

    NEW THIS YEAR! THE DREAM SCHOLARSHIP FOR SYNCHRONIZED SKATERS
    Open to synchronized skaters at the preliminary—novice levels in good standing with U.S. Figure Skating and on a roster last season. The application can be found on the U.S. Figure Skating website HERE. The deadline to apply is Aug. 31.

    All applications and information can be found by clicking the button below. 
    Please direct all questions to FinancialAid@usfigureskating.org.
    Please read all instructions before beginning your application.
     
    We look forward to receiving your applications!

    Happy Summer to all of our Learn To Skate families!!

    Though the weather is getting warmer and the rinks are getting colder, COVID-19 has really put a damper on our summer LTS plans. As a club, the safety of our skaters and families is our main concern. Rinks are just starting to open, and protocols are being put in place to make it a safe environment, but as you know, Learn To Skate involves group lessons and sometimes help from the coach in getting around the ice. According to United States Figure Skating, these actions put people at risk (it is hard to help someone up from 6 feet away!).

    However…there is a bright future…and it starts in September!

    We plan to restart our Monday night lessons in the Fall. Watch for information in mid-August.

    We miss you and hope to see you soon.

    Any questions about the LTS, please contact Craig at lts.wfsc@gmail.com.

    We have an opportunity you will want to take advantage of.

    Click here to see how to get back on the ice!

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