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Western Australian Ice Skating Association

Test Dates

Test Dates 2024

Test Date Venue Membership application submission cutoff date
January 28, Sunday 6.30pm – 8.30pm Rink 1

Membership application approval cutoff date 4th January     

February 25, Sunday 6.30pm- 8.30pm Rink 1

Membership application approval cutoff date 22nd January

March 23, Saturday 4.30pm – 6.30pm Rink 1

Membership application approval cutoff date 19th February

April 21, Sunday 6.30pm – 8.30pm Rink 1

Membership application approval cutoff date 18th March

May 19, Sunday 6.30pm – 8.30pm Rink 1

Membership application approval cutoff date 14th April

June 22, Saturday 4.30pm – 6.30pm Rink 1

Membership application approval cutoff date 19th May

July 27, Saturday 4.30pm – 6.30pm Rink 1

Membership application approval cutoff date 16th June

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Competition Results

Historic Results

Below are links to archieved results. Competitions before August 2022 are archived below. The Full list can be found here.

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Competition Dates

Competition Dates 2024

Competition Date
Les Latham Artistic competition

March 24th 


June 1st & 2nd 

Winter West

August 17th & 18th 

Spring Challenge and WAISA State Championships

October 5th & 6th 

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State Banquet

WAISA State Banquet

The State Banquet is booked so grab your tickets to the party!

Join the celebrations!!

  • State Team Announcement
  • Most Improved Awards
  • DJ
  • Photo Booth
  • Buffet Dinner
  • Cash Bar
  • Sunset at 6.50 pm

 For all enquires email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Register here

  • Where

    Fremantle Sailing Club, 151Marine Terrace, Fremantle

  • When

    Novemeber 11 @6:30pm

  • Cost

    $0 for Spring Challenge and WA State Championship Competitors

    $85 for athlete supporters

  • Registration

    If you want to attend, you must register individually (even synchronized skaters).

    Click the register button below


    Login to your membership. Register yourself (quantity 1). If you were a competitor at the 2023 Spring Challenge or State Championships – you will receive your ticket free!

    Additional tickets are available for purchase during the registration process.

    State Championships – you will receive your ticket free!

    We would love to see you if you are a 2023 WAISA Member – even if you didn’t compete. Why not also register someone fun to bring – maybe your entire family – or even your coach! They have to pay $85 so have a credit card ready!!

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WAISA Livestream

Welcome to WAISA Livestream. All livestream competitions are available on the WAISA Youtube page

Social media links (including YouTube) are located at the top and bottom of the WAISA website. The livestream(s) are embedded here for your convenience. At times, we experience technical difficulties. If a drop out occurs visit the YouTube page where the stream will be restarted

WA State Championships Day 1

WA State Championships Day 2

Next Competition to stream - WA State Championships and Spring Challenge 2023

We are proud to again host Western Australian State Championships and Spring Challenge for 2023

  • Spring Challenge will feature Aussie Skate Level 4, Preliminary, Elementary, Basic Novice A Synchronized and Pre-Adult divisions. State Championships will comprise of Synchronized, Pairs and Singles disciplines.
  • Singles divisions include Basic Novice through to Senior. Synchroized divisions are Basic Novice B and above. Adult divisions will include Adult Silver to Adult Elite.

When: October 7 - 8, 2023

Where: Cockburne Ice Arena

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Australian Masters Games

WAISA is proud to announce the Australian Masters Games to be held in April, 2022

Please email your completed Planned Program Content (PPC) form along with your music in MP3 format to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 17th April 2022

Please name your files as follows -

PPC - Division_Name_PPC   eg. Bronze_Fred_Smith_PPC

Music file - Division_Name_RunTime    eg Bronze_Fred_Smith_1min40s

Planned Program form (PPC)

The Australian Masters Games - 23rd to 30th April 2022.

WAISA is proud to support the Australian Masters Games. Created by the Confederation of Australian Sport in 1987, the Australian Masters Games is a week-long festival of sport that brings together weekend warriors from around Australia, and the world, to enjoy an extensive sport and social program.

The Australian Masters Games will take place from Saturday 23 April to Saturday 30 April 2022 in Perth, Western Australia.

In support of the Australian Masters Games, WAISA is proud to host the Figure Skating event to be held at Cockburne Ice Arena scheduled for April 28 - 29. The event is inclusive of all adult levels. For more information visit the Australian Masters Games website.

Proposed Dates for 2022

  • Singles and Pairs: April 28-29
  • Synchronised: April 28-29

Information relating specifically to figure skating, including skating disciplines, age requirements and pricing, can be found under the sports section on the Australian Masters Games website.


The preliminsary schedules has been released. Visit the schedule page here

This page will be updated as new information is provided.

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Hall of Fame

WAISA Hall of Fame celebrates athletes, officials, and others who have made significant contributions to ice skating in Western Australia

  • Mary-Ellen Mather

    Mary-Ellen started skating when she was aged two and a half at the Sydney Glaciarium. She wen on to win 7 New South Wales Senior Championships and was the Australian Ladies Champion in 1964,65,66 & 67. Mary- Ellen represented Australia at the 1968 World Championships in Geneva and at the World Professional Championships in London.

    A founding member of the Western Australian Ice Skating Association (WAISA) in 1977 Mary-Ellen was the heart, soul and backbone of the Association until her passing in December 2016.

    Mary-Ellen was inducted into the Ice Skating Australia Hall of Fame in 2016 in recognition of her lifetime outstanding contribution to the sport and was posthumously induced as an Inaugural Member of the Western Australian Ice Skating Association Hall of Fame in 2017.

  • Tony Jonikis

    Tony served on the WAISA Council for many years. Along with his wife, Ilze, he was the driving force behind promoting Synchronized Skating in WA. Tony’s contribution to the sport as a Judging Official was outstanding. Rising from a State Judge to National Judge and ultimately to a well respected Ice Skating Union Synchronized Judge. Tony judged at several World Synchronized Skating Championships and it to honor Tony’s contribution and achievement in the sport of Synchronized Skating that the perpetual trophy awarded to the Senior Synchronized Skating Champions of Australia is named after him.

  • Ilze Jonikis

    Ilze, along with husband Tony, the driving for behind the promotion and development of Synchronized Skating in WA. Ilze was also a WAISA Councilor and Secretary for many year and helped lay the foundations of an association with strong governance and good ethical principles. Ilze also was a State, National and International Judge.

  • Danielle Broughton

    Danielle has made a great contribution to the sport of Synchronized Skating in WA both as an athlete and as a Coach.  A two time Australian National Champion Danielle has also represented Australia three times at the World Synchronized Skating Championships.

    In 2019 Danielle became the first West Australian to win a medal at a World Championships as part of Team Nexicce, Canada.  Danielle won a bronze medal for the short program at the Championships and Nexicce finished a very close fourth place overall in a very competitive field of amazing teams.

  • Jaimee Nobbs

    Jaimee is arguably one of WA’s most successful figure skaters representing WA 12 times at the Australian Figure Skating Championships winning 6 Gold Medals and 4 Bronze Medals.  Jaimee represented Australia at two Junior World Figure Skating Championships and two Four Continents Championships as a Senior Competitor.  In 2014 Jaimee became the first WA athlete to be included in a Winter Olympic Team with her appointment to the Shadow Team for the Sochi Winter Olympic Games.

    Jaimee has been an outstanding representative for WA both on and off the ice.

Honorary Life Members

Honorary Life Memberships have been awarded to the following for their contributions to the sport of ice skating in WA:

  • Mary-Ellen Mather
  • Merab Baldwinson
  • Janet Moore
  • Rona Day
  • Ilze Jonikis
  • Anthony Jonikis
  • Carole Ashworth
  • Kylie Yacopetti

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WAISA Competitions

Mary Ellen Holland

Skaters from Aussie Skate Level 4 up to Senior Level. Novice to Senior skaters will compete in both the Short and Free Programs. Adult and Aussie Skate Level 4 up to and including Intermediate Level will compete with only a Free Program.

Please make sure you have downloaded and completed the Planned Program Content form (PPC) and have your music ready before you register. If you have trouble downloading the form(s) right click on the file and select "download" or "save as". 

For mobile devices you may need to download additional apps for opening / saving PPC (a PDF reader or Word).

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