Raising champions since 1961

The Sydney Figure Skating Club  is Australia’s oldest surviving figure skating club. It was conceived in 1961 at the Bondi Junction Ice Rink in Spring Street Bondi Junction, and this is quite possibly where the club chose its distinctive colours of blue, white and red.  The Bondi Junction rink stood on the same site as the current home of the Roosters Club “Easts”.
Called at that time the Bondi Junction Ice Dance and Figure Skating Club, the Club changed its name to the Sydney Figure Skating Club when it moved to the newly opened Burwood Glaciarium in 1964.
It established the Hollins Trophy in 1968 in honour of the Late Mr Ray Hollins, Club Treasurer and  father of two dedicated skaters.  This event is Australia’s largest non-championship competition and is conducted annually at Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink as an ISU International Inter-club event.
Over nearly 50 years, the Club has had many members who have gone on to represent Australia at international, World and Winter Olympic events.


Please note there are numerous changes to figure and skate school sessions over the Easter long weekend and April school holidays.  Click here for more information.

Congratulations to our Majestic Ice Australia Junior team, who competing last week at the 2018 World Junior Synchronised Skating Competition in Zagreb, Croatia, finished 18th!  Their short program can be viewed here, and their free program here.  Well done to you all, you’ve worked so hard we are so proud!!

Next up, our senior team, Team Unity, are off to the 2018 World Synchronised Skating Championships in Stockholm, Sweden 6th-7th April.   We wish you all the very best for your upcoming competition!

Sydney Figure Skating club membership renewals are now due for 2018.

Please use our online form for both new and returning members.

Click here for the SFSC Membership Form

Click here for SFSC Membership – Payments

Congratulations to skaters who have competed.

Results for SFSC members are as follows:


Team Unity (Senior) – 1st place and selected for the national squad to represent Australia at 2018 Worlds in April in Sweden

Majestic Ice Junior – 1st place and selected for the national squad to represent Australia at 2018 Junior Worlds in March in Croatia

Majestic Ice Novice Advanced  – 1st

Majestic Ice Novice Basic – 3rd

Majestic Ice Mixed Age – 2nd

Junior Ladies

Jordan Lazarus – 2nd

Romy Grogran – 8th

Advanced Novice Ladies 

Kitty Masters – 18th

Serena Si – 24th

Advanced Novice Men

Alex Yu Sun – 4th

Basic Novice A Ladies

Tamara Abagi – 8th

Louella Chisholm – 9th

Astrid Pye – 18th

Basic Novice B Ladies

Vlada Valiliev – 2nd

Mikayla Nelson – 16th

Rina Jiang – 22nd

Basic Novice B Men

Henry Yin – 5th

Senior Men

Mark Webster – 3rd

Adults Silver Ladies

Aylin Dulagil – 6th

Adults Silver Men

Nicholas Frazer – 1st

Richard Lynch – 2nd


Our own SFSC’s Ekaterina Alexandrovskaya and Harley Windsor made history when they skated to the Pairs gold medal at the 2017 ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships in Taipei last week. Congratulations to the first Australian skaters to claim gold at an ISU figure skating championship, we are so proud!!