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2018 Ohio Cup Invitational Meet

Presented by the Buckeye Figure Skating Club

Must have a PDF view installed to view entry form and requirements. 

Live Blooging of the event will be available at and on our facebook page.
We will be testing Facebook Live for 2018

2018-04-14 12:55 PM - Schedule Rev 2 Uploaded

2018-04-14 09:30 AM - Schedule Uploaded

2018-02-22 09:45pm - Entry Form Added

2018-02-21 11:25pm - Added Info Letter, Figure and Dance Requirements, and Hotel Information. Entry form coming VERY SOON!



Dear Skaters, Coaches, and Parents,

The seventh annual Ohio Cup competition will be held at the Roll Arena in Elyria, Ohio on April 27, 28 & 29. We are located right off the Ohio Turnpike, less than 30 minutes west of Cleveland. Our floor is 80’ by 180’ rotunda hardwood maple. We have attracted skaters from eight of the nine regions to comprise over two hundred first entries in recent years. At this time judges Debra and David Adamy, Tracy Black, Gary Callahan, Sylvia Haffke, Cecelia Kelly, Billy Mastriano, Leslie Dunn Myers, Dennis Nendza, Art Ripley, and Dennis Welch have agreed to join us. David Adamy will be the Meet Director with Debra Adamy as Chief Referee. Additionally, THERE WILL BE NO SPECTATOR CHARGE FOR FAMILY MEMBERS OF SKATERS.

This year we are planning a three-day schedule this year to accommodate the growing number of entries but we want to ensure that no one gets stuck skating all three days of the competition. We will begin with a controlled practice on Friday, April 27 from 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM. (The cost of the practice will be $5.00.) Following a short break, we will begin judging and the afternoon and evening will be dedicated to adult dance events. Youth and elite events will join in on Saturday but we want to wrap up all adult events by the end of that day. Youth and elite events will continue through Sunday.
Members of the Roll Arena coaching staff, Jane Wojnarowsky and Tracy Black, will be offering a workshop on the new Rollart scoring system. Both recently traveled to Italy to learn about Rollart. Get tuned in now. It will be with us soon.

Entry fees remain at $30 for the first event, $20 for additional events, and $10 for combined and introductory events. All entries must be POSTMARKED by MARCH 19.

We are offering personal and business advertisement space in our program.  Create an advertisement to cheer on your club or teammate or to promote your personal business.Advertisement pricing is as follows for standard 8”x11” paper with 1” margins:

  • $5-      Business card size (approx. 2”x3”)
  • $10-    Quarter page (approx. 3”x4.5”)
  • $15-    Half page (approx.. 5”x6”)
  • $35-    Whole page (standard 8”x11” with 1” margins

Space is limited so please submit your advertisements early.  Final date for advertisement entry to the program will be March 30.  Should you have any questions or need additional information, please contact us at 440-366-6649 or


Fred & Karin Smith


  • You may skate only events for which you are eligible under USARS rules
  • Tiny Tots are 6 years old and under.
  • J/JWC & WC figure skaters may skate Advanced Loops.
  • J/JWC & WC free style may skate only short or short and long programs.
  • JWC & WC dancers may do style dance and/or free dance.
  • Creative Solo skaters must provide a title for their routines.
  • World Class and Youth Quartet events will be offered.


There will be six introductory events; two each for figures, solo dance, and singles freestyle.  The age groups will be Youth Intro, which is through 8 years of age, and Cadet Intro, which is from age 9 through 16.  Requirements will be the same for each age group within each discipline and all events will be co-ed.  The entry fee will be $10 per event and a USARS membership card will be required.


Figures: Figure 1 and Figure 1B.  Each contestant will complete ONE repetition of each figure and will be judged on body position, edge quality, tracing, and pace.


Dance:  Contestants will perform the corner sequence of the Glide Waltz (steps 7, 8, 9, & 10) in a circle at one end of the floor that will be designated.  All contestants will skate together from a rolling start and will continue until the judging is complete.  After a short break, contestants will perform the corner sequence of the Progressive Tango (steps 7, 8, 9, & 10).  Judging will be based on body position, timing, edge quality, technique at the foot, and extension of the free leg.


Singles Freestyle:  Contestants will skate a program of up to 1 minute duration.  Required items will include a two-foot jump of  ½ turn,  forward crossovers—completing one full circle, backward scissors, bunny hop—up to three in a row, and a two-foot spin.  Music is of the skaters’ choice and may be vocal.  Judging will be based on ability to perform the required elements and the quality of the content performed.