04:00PM, Friday 06 May 2022
Slough Synchro Club’s gold medal winning team SPICE
Slough Synchro Skating Club returned from the British Synchronized Skating Championships with an impressive haul of medals after their most successful national championships to date.
The club picked up one gold medal two silver and two bronze, with all the teams achieving a podium finish.
Their beginners’ team, Fantasia, scored a personal best to claim silver, while the intermediate team, Magic, also won silver.
The club's adult team, Illusion achieved a personal best score to take bronze with the senior B team - All Stars also celebrating a bronze medal, despite sadly losing one of their skaters to a bad injury just days before the competition.
The gold medal was won by the club's inclusive team, SPICE, whose members have a variety of additional needs such as autism, Down's Syndrome, cerebral palsy, and global development delay.
The club is now hoping to build on its national success for next season and tryouts for the 2022/23 season will take place at the Slough Ice Arena on the next two Saturdays, May 7 and May 14
Skaters at Skate UK Level 7 and above are welcome to attend. Interested parties should contact Jo: firstname.lastname@example.org
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