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Old November 7th, 2016, 07:35 PM   #1
larryoracing
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Smile Holiday Orange, Southern Ca Roller Skating Competition 11-6-2016

I went to my first competition this week and it was a lot of fun. They also had a lot of events for younger skaters that have not been skating that long. They were all dressed up, pretty and skated very well.

It's kind of amazing to see kids struggling in the beginning classes and then see them all "dolled" up, pretty, hair done and in their skating costumes looking so professional.

They seemed to be having fun..boys and girls.

I highly recommend these Saturday afternoon beginning classes for young kids or even older adults. Many of the older adults skated also. I think one skater competing was 77. She did very well.

You many think you need tons of years of skating to compete. Not so, you just have to have the desire and be a little adventurous. The experience becomes thrilling and life fulfilling.

Sincerely,

Larry O


P.S. I got second. Only one other lady in my division and I think she killed me...lol! Plenty of time to improve.
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Old November 7th, 2016, 09:19 PM   #2
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I went to my first competition this week and it was a lot of fun. They also had a lot of events for younger skaters that have not been skating that long. They were all dressed up, pretty and skated very well.

It's kind of amazing to see kids struggling in the beginning classes and then see them all "dolled" up, pretty, hair done and in their skating costumes looking so professional.

They seemed to be having fun..boys and girls.

I highly recommend these Saturday afternoon beginning classes for young kids or even older adults. Many of the older adults skated also. I think one skater competing was 77. She did very well.

You many think you need tons of years of skating to compete. Not so, you just have to have the desire and be a little adventurous. The experience becomes thrilling and life fulfilling.

Sincerely,

Larry O


P.S. I got second. Only one other lady in my division and I think she killed me...lol! Plenty of time to improve.
nice,,,,,oh well men should never have to compete against ladys lol
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