Stakelum 28th At Warsaw Cup

Conor Stakelum (28) has finished in 28th place at the Warsaw Cup in Poland.

Stakelum began the competition with the short programme. He opened with a triple loop attempt and went on to land a triple toe loop-double toe loop combination and a double Axel. He was awarded a Level 4 for a flying sit spin and received a score of 52.25 points for the segment which had him sitting in 28th place overnight.

The following afternoon Stakelum was back on the ice at the Torwar Arena for the free skating. He attempted a triple flip to open his routine and landed a triple Salchow-double toe loop combination and a solo triple toe loop later on in the programme. He earned 87.30 points for the free giving him a combined total of 139.55 to remain in 28th place overall.

Stakelum Set For Warsaw Cup

Conor Stakelum (28) competes this weekend at the Warsaw Cup in Poland (18-20 November), an ISU Challenger Series event.

Stakelum will start with the short programme on Thursday evening (18 November) with the free skating taking place on Friday afternoon (19 November).

“My goal for this competition is to continue to get used to competing again and to perform how I do in training,” Stakelum said.