Two ice skating sisters who attend school in Kings Langley continue to impress on and off the ice.
Sienna Osbourne, 13, and Blu-Belle Johnson, nine, both tasted national success at an event earlier in the summer, and the pair have continued to develop their skills since then.
Blu-Belle was selected to compete in British Ice Skating’s prestigious Young Stars event from October 30 to November 2.
Meanwhile, both Sienna and Blu-Belle have both passed their level one skill moves and Sienna is set to test for level two in the coming weeks.
The pair will also perform alongside each other on November 23, as they have the honour of opening Windsor ice rink by performing a Christmas routine on behalf of their coaches at 121 Ice Skating Coaching.
Away from the ice, Blu-Belle has also been involved in the creation of a book, #T1dDoesntStopUs, which is published this month and shares her journey battling type 1 diabetes.
Speaking after their national success, their mum Rebeccah Hornsby told KINGSnews: “Myself, Greg, Carly and Sam at 121 coaching are incredibly proud of these achievements. Both girls are proving to be a real inspiration on the ice to others.”
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