Ilya Mondrowski, a Centennial Ice Arena ice skater has advanced to the 2020 National Ice Dance Finals that take place in Hyannis, Massachusetts November 13 – 14. Mondrowski, 14, of Highland Park and his ice dance partner Kiana Pan, 12, of Bolingbrook, have competed together for two years at the Novice level. The team placed fifth at the 2020 Midwestern Ice Dance Sectionals in East Lansing, Michigan in October. Earlier this year the pair won the USFSA Championship Juvenile Ice Dance Division.
“We are incredibly proud of Ilya,” said Carol Sassorossi, Program Manager at Centennial Ice Arena. “It is an amazing feat to advance to the nationals. Special thanks go out to their coaches and supportive families.”
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