Showing off some cool moves

Glenda Bronkhorst, of theAllegro Ice Dance Club, competes in the adult interpretive silver II...
Glenda Bronkhorst, of theAllegro Ice Dance Club, competes in the adult interpretive silver II ladies free skate
Susan Wallace, of the Glenburn Figure Skating Club, competes in the adult interpretive II bronze...
Susan Wallace, of the Glenburn Figure Skating Club, competes in the adult interpretive II bronze ladies free skate.
Fiona Pickering, of the Dunedin Ice Skating Club, competes in the adult interpretive II bronze...
Fiona Pickering, of the Dunedin Ice Skating Club, competes in the adult interpretive II bronze ladies free skate
Sue Hoseit, of the Dunedin Ice Skating Club, competes in the adult interpretive silver III ladies...
Sue Hoseit, of the Dunedin Ice Skating Club, competes in the adult interpretive silver III ladies free skate
Maureen Forrester, of the Allegro Ice Dance Club, competes in the adult interpretive bronze III...
Maureen Forrester, of the Allegro Ice Dance Club, competes in the adult interpretive bronze III ladies free skate

Those young and old gave their all on the ice at the New Zealand Ice Figure Skating Championships held at the Dunedin Ice Stadium over the weekend.

The championships attracted just under 120 competitors and concluded yesterday.

Otago Daily Times photographer Peter McIntosh captured some of the action.

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