Sharper Edge Skating School of Concord, Mass., went home with the Michael Booker Trophy after wining the 2018 ISI World Recreational Team Championships with a total of 1,385.5 points. Winterland Skating School of Rockland, Mass., placed second with 986.5 points, followed by Nashoba Valley Olympia of Boxborough, Mass., in third with 779.5 points.
Ice & Blades Figure Skating Team of Western Pennsylvania won the Percentage Trophy, which is presented to the team with five or more skaters that does not place in the top five overall and gets the highest percentage per skater.
Imperial Skating Academy of Lisbon, Conn., earned the Board of Directors Trophy, given to the team with one to 10 skaters that accumulates the most team points and does not place in the top five teams overall.
The President’s Award Trophy went to RDV Sportsplex Ice Den of Orlando, Fla, This award is presented to the team with 11 to 50 skaters that accumulates the most team points and does not place in the top five teams overall.
2018 ISI Worlds by the Numbers
- 76 Rink Teams from 16 States
- 1,133 Competitors
- 2,947 Individual Performances
- 1,733 Team Performances
- 4,480 Total Performances
- Youngest Female Skater: 2 (Peyton Dudley)
- Youngest Male Skater: 4 (Zi Cheng Yuan)
- Oldest Female Skater: 79 (Barbara Good)
- Oldest Male Skater: 91 (Ray Carmine)
- Most Events by Individual Skater: 23
- Largest Skating Team: 81
- Team from Farthest Distance: 9,556 miles (Bintaro Jaya Xchange Ice Skating Rink, Indonesia)
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