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Summary

  1. Lilah Fear and Lewis Gibson in second with 61.82 in senior dance
  2. Graham Newberry leads senior men with 77.14 - last year's runner-up Peter Hallam in second
  3. Current holder Natasha McKay is second in senior ladies; Karly Robertson leads
  4. Zoe Jones and Chris Boyadji score 48.39 in senior pairs
  5. Coverage provided by the National Ice Skating Association

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. Katie Falkingham

    BBC Sport

    Lilah Fear and Lewis Gibson

    Katie Falkingham

    BBC Sport

    Meet British figure skaters Lewis Gibson and Lilah Fear, who talk about Dancing on Ice inspiration, standing ovations and Olympic dreams.

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  2. Amy MacBeath

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Natasha McKay

    Amy MacBeath

    BBC Sport Scotland

    Dundee's Natasha McKay says sacrifices are worth it as she looks to defend her back-to-back British figure skating titles and make her Olympic dreams come true.

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  3. Who is competing?

    In the men's event, local favourite Peter Hallam has been runner-up for the past three years and will be looking to go one better in the absence of reigning champion Phillip Harris.

    Hallam will face a tough challenge from Graham Newberry, who became British champion two years ago as an 18-year-old.

    The women's event has been won by Natasha McKay for the past two years, but 2015 winner Karly Robertson, who has also been runner-up eight times, will be looking to secure her second title.

    Zoe Jones and Chris Boyadji are favourites for the Pairs title, having won it for the past three years.

    The favourites in the ice dancing are Lilah Fear and Lewis Gibson, who competed for GB at this year's World Championships in Milan.

    Lilah Jo and Lewis Gibson
  4. BBC coverage

    All times are GMT unless stated

    Friday 30 November

    12:30-19:00, Finals - Part 1, BBC Connected TV and online

    Saturday 1 December

    12:00-18:00, Finals - Part 2, BBC Connected TV and online

  5. What is it?

    British Figure Skating Championships 2018

    The British Figure Skating Championships 2018 are being held in Sheffield from 26 November - 1 December. Skaters compete for medals in four disciplines: men's singles, ladies' singles, pair skating and ice dancing.

    Senior, junior and novice levels of competition will take place at IceSheffield.

    Figure skators
  6. Get Inspired: How to get into ice skating

    If you're a beginner you can check out the National Ice Skating Association which has all the information on getting started in speed skating or in figure skating.

    • There's an emphasis on quick foot movement and supple knees, so you'll also improve your flexibility.
    • The focus on lower-body movement will help build leg muscles.
    • Concentration is key, so ice skating can be mentally stimulating.

    Video content

    Video caption: Meet the 'Ice King' - from Saudi Arabia