Hundreds of skating superstars competed at iceSheffield last week for the British Figure Skating Championships.
The competition was fierce, with seventeen titles up for grabs ranging from Basic Novice A to Senior level.
As the most important event in the British skating calendar, the intense six day competition saw the pinnacle of our country’s talent.
Robin Cousins, High Performance Manager for the National Ice Skating Association said: “The British Figure Skating Championships are wonderful opportunity to see Britain’s best skaters, upcoming talent and potentially, Olympic athletes of tomorrow.
“They are a fantastic way to celebrate all the hard work our skaters put in throughout the year.”
Junior and Senior Men’s Champion Graham Newberry (pictured) said: “To regain my Junior title after being injured last year and to then win Senior with two great skates, just makes all the hard work and sacrifice worth it.
"It still doesn't seem real, this was the only year I could do this and to be honest wasn't even on our radar, overjoyed would be an understatement.”
Congratulations to our winners and all those who took part in the competition.
The full results of the event can be found here.