Team Members: Taylor Radford-Hall

Synchronized success

The Sooke Sensations synchronized skating team skated to a fourth place finish at the 2013 BC/YT Open Synchronized Skating Championship.

The Sooke Sensations synchronized skating team skated to a fourth place finish at the 2013 BC/YT Open Synchronized Skating Championships held on Jan. 12 in Surrey.  It was a very close competition, with only 1 point separation between first and fourth place.

The members of the skating team have worked very hard this season, especially since they would be competing in a higher category than last season.

With this being the first year in the higher category, the team knew they were going to have to implement more elements with a higher degree of difficulty in order to compete with the other teams.

The Sooke Sensations would like to thank their Coach Bethan Greydanus and the community of Sooke.  The community of Sooke has always supported us through our many fundraising events and we thank you.  We have the best community!

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