We train at Denver University and South Suburban Ice Arena. The support we get from the club is monetary - entry fees, scholarships etc. A lot of the members are with the DFSC, but we have a lot of associate members as well. Off the ice, I have a new hobby - guitar lessons!
Winning the National Championships was a feeling that I can't describe. We had been waiting for that moment for so long that I didn't believe it had actually happened and I think I was in denial until I was up standing on that podium. Standing up there with my co-captain Caitlin was very emotional. I was so happy, but at the same time teary-eyed and physically shaking. It was very surreal. I was looking down at all of our team-mates and their smiling faces and wishing they could all stand up there with us somehow. I was so proud to be standing up there representing Denver Synchronicity and the Denver Figure Skating Club - the best group of girls I have ever skated with. It was also wonderful to look over in the stands and see all of our fans - friends, family and our "sister" Masters Team cheering and yelling and taking pictures. It gave me warm fuzzies all over.'