Natasha McKay


Name: Natasha McKay

Date of Birth: 14th January, 1995

Place of Birth: Dundee

Training Location:  Dundee Ice Arena

Coach: Simon & Debi Briggs

Choreographer: Benoît Richaud, Mark Pillay & Andrew Smith


Natasha McKay is a British figure skater representing GB internationally worldwide. She is the current British Ladies Figure Skating Champion and has been for the past 3 years. She is a member of the GB performance squad and Chique sport model. At the age of 7 she started taking skating lessons at Dundee Ice Arena. Her early successes in skating include a bronze medal at the British Championships in the junior category in 2010 and in 2011 she represented GB at the European Youth Olympic festival in Liberec, Czech Republic. In 2012 she earned a bronze medal at the British Championships in the junior category and represented GB at a Junior Grand Prix in Bled, Slovenia. She made her Senior debut in the season 2014/15 and won the bronze medal at the British Senior Championships. The season 2016/2017 marked her breakthrough. Following an international win at an ISU competition in Andorra she became the British National champion 2016/17. She went on to win another ISU competition in Belgrade, Serbia and represented GB at the European Championships in Ostrava, Czech Republic. She had two great skates and finished in 18th place, moving up 6 places following the short program. Natasha was crowned two times British Champion after winning the British Championships 2017/18. She then went on to compete at her second European & World championships, this year. In the most recent ISU international events Natasha won gold in Zagreb, Croatia. At the British Championships 2018/19 Natasha won the gold medal, crowning her three time consecutive British Champion. She competed at the European Championships 2019 in Minsk, Belarus and finished in 20th place, moving up to places from the Short Program. At her 3rd World Championships in Saitama, Japan, Natasha scored a new personal best score in the Short Program (56.40 points), qualified for the final of the best 24 skaters and finished the Championships in the great 21st place.

Videos:

Free Program World Championships 2019

Short Program World Championships 2019

Free Program European Championships 2019

Short Program European Championships 2019

Short Program European Championships 2018

Short Program European Championships 2017

Free Program European Championships 2017

 


Best Performance

Competition  Position  Score
Tayside Trophy International 2019 1st 156.23
30th Golden Bear 2018 ISU 1st  156.25