Announcements and Entry Form for the 2017 Spring Competition and ACT Championships

2017 Spring Competition and ACT Championships

Friday 13th October and Saturday 14th October 2017.

All details of the competition can be found in the official announcements


2017 ACT CHAMPIONSHIP Announcement

2017 SPRING COMP Announcement


Draw: 2017 Spring Comp ACT Champs Skate Order

If there any concerns with your entry, please email the competition convener at


ACTISA skater development workshop Sunday 22 October

For ACTISA members from the Aussie Skate Free Skate 1 level and above including all IJS-level skaters (figure & dance), all adult skaters (competing or not), parents/carers of skaters (for off-ice seminar) and ACT Skating Coaches

Led by APSA-accredited Skating Coach, Registered Psychologist, and Australian Men’s Champion (2011) figure-skater, Mark Webster

  • The 8-10am & 12:15-1:30pm ice sessions are currently booked for this workshop.  The plan is for a psychology seminar to take place in between the ice sessions (but the exact schedule will be advised after registration has closed, and participant numbers and skater cohorts are known).
  • The psychology seminar will focus on the mental game of ice skating: ways to overcome your fears, push through challenges, and achieve your potential as a skater – whether you skate for enjoyment or to compete (or both!) + how to support your skater as a parent/carer.
  • The on-ice coaching for IJS-level skaters will include an Axel (single/double/triple, if applicable!) and a ‘Double of Your Choice’ jumps workshop.
  • Mark will be available for private lessons up to and including Monday morning and you can indicate your interest in arranging a private lesson in the workshop registration form.
  • For this workshop to proceed, inclusive of ACTISA’s financial support, there will need to be a minimum number of skaters registering.  
  • A maximum of 25 skaters will be allowed on the ice at any one time.
  • The final program for the workshop and subsidised cost to participants will depend on numbers and skater cohorts who register. However, the cost is expected to be around $80-100 per skater.
  • Following registration, entry fees will be requested to be transferred to ACTISA promptly. Refunds after that will only be granted in exceptional circumstances.

For all enquiries, please email