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All You Need To Know British Championships 2022

This week sees the return to home ice of Britain’s current and future skating stars. Our Grand Prix skaters are back in Sheffield competing alongside the nation’s best skaters for British championship titles.

Our two top Dance couples, Lilah Fear and Lewis Gibson will be skating in the senior Ice Dance event, with Phebe Bekker and James Hernandez competing in the Junior category, ahead of both couples making GB’s first appearance in the Grand Prix final on 8th December in Turin Italy.

In the men’s and women’s category Graham Newberry and Ed Appleby will be back in action in the Men’s event as well as Natasha Mckay competing in a highly competitive women’s competition. Ana Vaipan-Law and Luke Digby take to the ice in the Pairs event, with all skaters competing for national titles as well as places at January’s European Championships.

Our junior skaters, who have been competing across Europe against the very best in the world, now return to action in Sheffield skating for not only the Junior British Championships but the opportunities to compete for GB at the European Youth Olympic Festival in January and the Junior World Championships in February.

With all this talent on show, it is sure to be a fantastic event, so don’t miss your opportunity to see the very best of British skating go head-to-head to be crown national champions!

The British Championships 2022 will take place in Sheffield from the 1-4th December 2022. Tickets are available for the British Championships 2022. The Thursday and Friday will be priced at £10 per day, with Saturday and Sunday tickets priced at £15 per day. The timetable is available to view with starting orders/results details now online too.

We are pleased that those not able to attend the event will be able to purchase streaming through Viewing will be available both live and on demand either with a Full Event Pass (£9.99) or Day Pass (£6.99). Unfortunately, due to the World Cup and other sporting events, we have been unable to secure the coverage on BBC this year.

British Ice Skating would like to wish all the athletes competing in the British Championships good luck and safe travels to Sheffield.


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