Capital City Classic broadens its scope

Now includes district competition

The Capital Classics Compulsory Team performed Saturday at their home synchronized skating competition at Jefferson City's Washington Park Ice Arena.

The Capital Classics Compulsory Team performed Saturday at their home synchronized skating competition at Jefferson City's Washington Park Ice Arena. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

More than 300 ice skaters, toddlers to adults, glided across the rink at Jefferson City's Washington Park Ice Arena this weekend in wispy, sparkly costumes with a gleam of determination on their face.

Whether competing as individuals or synchronized teams, skaters’ moment of performance at the 18th annual Capital City Classic reflects hours of rehearsal, and more importantly, teamwork.

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Similarly, the 31 families in the Capital Classics Parent Booster Club have modeled the value of teamwork as they hosted this weekend’s competition — normally a one-day event.

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