THESE young skaters are all smiles after winning a cache of medals at an international competition in Paris.
The dedicated sports stars come to IceSheffield to train from across South Yorkshire and beyond.
Their demanding training schedule means they’re often up and out on the ice by 6am and then they’re back on the rink again after school in order to perfect their routines.
And now the youngsters’ hard work and dedication has paid off.
The talented young ice skaters travelled to Paris to take part in an international competition - and returned home with a clutch of medals and trophies.
The iceSheffield youngsters won first prize in the OMS Club Championships and many of them also took home medals and trophies in their individual categories.
All the children are coached at iceSheffield by Margaret O’Neill, Helen James Green, Dawn Peckett, Mark Hanretty and Kelly Buddery.
The winning team was made up of: Jessica James Green, aged 15, a Silverdale School pupil; Lucy Burrows, 12, who attends Winterhill School Kimberworth, Rotherham; Harriet Beatson, 11, from Barugh Green Primary School in Barnsley; Summer Herbert, aged 11, who attends Kirk Balk Community College in Hoyland, Barnsley; Morgan Swales, 11, from Mount St Mary’s College, Spinkhill in Renishaw; Sophia Nasser, 10, who goes to Gorsey Brigg Primary School in Dronfield; Kaili Tye, 10 from All Saints Aston Cafe School; Mia Jowitt, aged 10, from St John’s Church of England school in Deepcar; Margot Orange and Amelia Siddall who are both nine, and study at Stonelow Junior School; Rosie Green, also nine, who attends Ecclesall Primary School; Peter Beaumont, nine, of Brinsworth Manor Junior School, Rotherham and Sam McAllister, aged 12, from Nottingham.