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Biography updated on 12/18/20
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General Info

NameEthan Alday
Telephone #567-694-9900
Date of Birth 7/6/2000
LocationNovi, Michigan, United States
CitizenshipUnited States
ClubAll Year FSC
CoachNatalia Anneniko, Adrienne Lenda, Anastasia Olson, Charlotte Maxwell-Amos
Will relocate?undecided
Wants to compete...

Dance at the level(s):

Physical Info

Height5'7"  /  170 cm
Weight135 lbs  /  61 kg
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBrown

Compulsory DanceTwo more remaining in Gold
Free DanceNovice
Moves In the FieldNovice
Competitive History

CompetitionLevel & CategoryPlacement
2020 USFSA Ice Dance FinalNovice Dance15 /
2020 USFSA Midwest SectionalsNovice Dance6 /
2018 USFSA NationalsIntermediate Dance11 /
2018 Pacific Coast SectionalsIntermediate Dance4 /
2017 Onyx, MichiganIntermediate Dance1 /
Short Answers
Q: What are your skating goals, both short-term and long-term?
Short Term
I am excited to develop a lasting partnership based on mutual respect, kindness, a love for skating and shared goals including competition at invitational, national, and international events. I am a quick learner with choreography and am excited to try new and creative ideas. I am looking for a long-term partner who is passionate, committed, driven and excited to compete at the junior level next season with the goal of contending at USFSA nationals. I can also compete at the Novice level. I am also interested in international partnerships.

Long Term
My long-term goal is to compete with an eye on the Olympics & international competition. I would be honored to compete both nationally and internationally. My long-term goal is to develop my skills as a future coach and help inspire young skaters to love the sport as much as I do.
Q: What qualities do you possess that would make you a good partner?
I am a dedicated and hardworking ice dancer. I train In Canton, MI. I also take ballet, off-ice strength training, and have taken ballroom and modern dance. I am flexible in scheduling and excited to spend quality time at the rink. I take feedback well, have good musical timing and constantly strive to improve. I am a good listener and have a quirky-fun sense of humor and positive attitude. I have fun on the ice while training hard and I am eager to work on upper level spins and lifts.

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Extra comments:
I have been on ice since age 6 where I got my start in the Michigan Learn-to-Skate program. In 2018, I advanced in the intermediate ice dance division through the Pacific Coast Sectionals to place 11th at USFSA Nationals. In 2020, I returned through the Midwest Sectionals to place 15th at the Ice Dance Finals.

I attended the USFSA Chesapeake Ice Dance Camp for the past three summers. In addition to my experience in Ice Dance, I competed for 4 years in ISI Couples and Team Compulsory, and before that, 5 years as a USFSA solo skater. I also have experience through participation in ice shows as well as Skate for a Cure and assisting with the Gliding Stars Adaptive Skating Program. I am honored to have coached by wonderful coaches at the Detroit Skate Club, Ann Arbor Skate Club and Arctic Skate Club in Canton, Michigan.

Fun Fact: I am a cat person who enjoys sailing, science, electro swing music, video games, and Fettuccine Alfredo. I have a broad appreciation for many types of music. I have a really good sense of musical timing as I play clarinet, viola, and bass clarinet.