Medals for Abbotsford figure skaters

Abbotsford Skating Club members competed at the Pond to Podium Super Series Victoria Day event in Surrey.

The Abbotsford Skating Club’s Jennifer Oh competes in the Seniors Bronze Women Free Program at the Pond to Podium Super Series Victoria Day Competition at the Surrey Sports and Leisure Centre on May 17.

The Abbotsford Skating Club’s Jennifer Oh competes in the Seniors Bronze Women Free Program at the Pond to Podium Super Series Victoria Day Competition at the Surrey Sports and Leisure Centre on May 17.

Abbotsford Skating Club members performed well at the Pond to Podium Super Series Victoria Day event in Surrey.

U13 skater Ainsley Young won a silver medal in her Star 5 group, while Emma Harley grabbed bronze in her bronze ladies grouping.

Megan Geddes finished just off the podium twice, finishing fourth in both the gold women competition and in the gold interpretive classification.

Kendra Russell, meanwhile, finished fourth in the bronze interpretive event and ninth in her bronze ladies group.

Jessica Pawlovich and Jennifer Oh finished 10th and 12th respectively in their bronze women groupings.

In the Star 5 13-and-over class, Komalpreet Chauhan finished seventh while Emily Haw placed ninth.

And in the Star 5 U13 class, Kate Thompson claimed eighth place.

The Star 4 U13 group saw Wendy Lin finish 11th.

Younger skaters claimed ribbons.

In the Star 3 class, Kali Lee and Anna Han came home with silver ribbons while Emilie Ruffell and Lauren Paller claimed bronze ribbons.

The Star 2 class saw Navleen Grewal, Simran Loray, Harneet Shoker and Alicia Horner all awarded bronze ribbons.

In the Star 1 class, silver ribbons were claimed by Marisa Mann, Anika Doerksen, Jonah Kittson and Jada Mann. Bronze ribbons went to Priya Alamwala and Kendra Walls.