Great Yarmouth based skaters selected to compete at Cup of Europe event

PUBLISHED: 15:34 09 August 2017 | UPDATED: 15:58 09 August 2017

Molly Self, Harlee Wick and Dulcie Read from Retroskate will be competing in the Cup of Europe.
Picture: Donna Wicks

Molly Self, Harlee Wick and Dulcie Read from Retroskate will be competing in the Cup of Europe. Picture: Donna Wicks


A Great Yarmouth-based skating group is celebrating after a trio of youngsters were chosen to compete at the Cup of Europe.

Retroskate ARSC has announced Molly Self, Harlee Wick and Dulcie Read have been selected to represent Great Britain in Portugal in October.

It will be Molly’s first time competing for Team GB at an ‘A’ class event.

The 11-year-old will be RetroSkate’s first ‘Mini’ standard girl to compete at the Cup of Europe.

Molly will join Retroskate’s second ‘Mini’ age group skater Harlee, 11, on his third Cup of Europe event.

Dulcie, 15, will represent Great Britain in the youth age group, the highest standard the club has had selected for the international event. It will be Dulcie’s third Cup of Europe trip and her second international event this year. They will travel with their head coaches Glenn and Donna Wicks and the rest of Team GB to Tomar, Portugal, at the end of October.

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