The Mission Skating Club put up great results at the Jingle Blades event.

Abbotsford Skating Club excels at Jingle Blades event

Locals earn handful of medals at Surrey event

Abbotsford Skating Club athletes excelled at the Jingle Blades event in Surrey, with six local skaters earning podium finishes.

The event, which wrapped up on Nov. 26, saw the following athletes earn medals:

– Anika Doerksen (silver, Star 4 U13 Group 1)

– Marissa Mann (bronze, Star 4 U13 Group 2)

– Nicole Krahn (gold, Star 4 13 plus)

– Emma Harley (silver, Star 10)

– Mica Kerr (silver, bronze interpretive)

– Anika Phinney (silver, silver interpretive)

Other local top-five finishes from the event were:

Star 4 (13 and over)

Jagot Kondola: Group 1, fifth

Star 7

Anika Phinney: Group 1, fourth

Gold Ladies

Taralyn Geddes: fourth

Gold Interpretive

Taralyn Geddes: fourth

Pre-Juvenile U13

Mica Kerr: fifth

The next event for the ASC is the annual Family Christmas Skate, which occurs on Dec. 15 at the Matsqui Recreation Centre.

For more information on the ASC, visit

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