2020 Pacific Coast Champions
Our Open Adult team is made up of skaters aged 18 and older. The Moves in the Field requirement is Standard Track Juvenile, Adult Gold, or Silver Dance.
For the 2021-2022 the team is planning to practice 2.5 hours per week to be divided as 1.5 hours on ice and 1 hour off ice. This season specifically will be focusing on local competitions and exhibitions. Competition schedule will be determined based on the number of committed skaters: 8 skaters are needed for exhibition and 12 for competition.
Still living our glory days
While many of us skated when we were young, life often takes us in a different direction as some point. Sometimes after high school, or college. Other times when a family grows, or work became a focus. But even though life may have taken us away from our childhood skating family, skating has brought us back together to form a new family. Like any family, we learn, grow, and become better together.
If you’re an adult figure skater looking for a community or even someone who hasn’t laced up their skates in quite some time, we’d love for you to join us! The Washington Ice Emeralds Open Adult team offers a unique opportunity for skaters from various skating backgrounds to come together as one team and re-discover (or continuously strengthen) their love for the sport.
Open Adult synchro with the Washington Ice Emeralds can be summed up in 3 words:
Soreness: We work hard and….we try a lot of things we used to be able to do.
Socializing: We like each other, on and off the ice.
Starbucks: It doesn’t matter when our practice is, we always need coffee to make it through a few run throughs.
2020 Pacific Coast Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships – 1st (Open Adult)
2019 Pacific Coast Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships – 1st (Open Adult)
2018 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships – 11th (Adult)
2018 Pacific Coast Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships – 2nd (Adult)
2017 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships – 12th (Adult)
2017 Pacific Coast Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships – 4th (Adult)
2016 Pacific Coast Synchronized Skating Sectional Championships – 3rd (Adult)