Skate Ontario is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Blair Koski-Klein. Blair was a coach at the Aurora and Newmarket Skating Clubs. She was inspiring, courageous and fun-loving. Her love of life, great smile and contagious laugh will be greatly missed. We would like to extend heartfelt condolences to Blair’s family, friends and […]
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Attention all Synchro Fans! Skate Ontario is proud to be presenting a live stream of all three days of Winterfest on January 4 – 6, 2019, live from Brampton, Ontario. This feed is not geo-fenced, so wherever you are in the synchro skating world, you will be able to watch all of the excitement live […]
As members of the skating family – we’re always going to look back at 2018 and remember the strongest Canadian figure skating team of all time heading to the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games.That wasn’t the only thing. Everywhere we looked there were skating success stories. Stories that weren’t defined only by medals but by […]
The young woman pictured off the ice in an iconic white cowboy hat and a silver Olympic medal in Calgary in 1988 was none other than Elizabeth Manley. Making it to the Games required lots of effort that started with qualifying at the National championships. In this interview, she talks about her preparation for those championships. […]
Skate Ontario is developing initiatives to offer new opportunities to their skaters. This was the final pair training day of 2018. In addition to John Briscoe, on hand were Dylan Moscovitch and Laurene Collin to introduce the skaters to the wonderful world of pair skating. Click here to see photos from the December 12 training […]
Skate Ontario is deeply saddened to hear about the passing of Alyson Eccles. A valued coaching member in the synchronized skating community, Alyson’s sense of humour and positive attitude will be greatly missed. We would like to extend heartfelt condolences to Alyson’s family, friends and colleagues. For more information please visit the Nexxice Facebook page.
This year’s annual Bill Phillips Memorial synchronized skating competition was held in Dorchester, Ontario the weekend of December 7-9. Teams competed in twelve categories over the three day event. This event offers all teams the opportunity to get their feet under them in the new competitive season. Click here for the gallery from the Bill […]
By Skate Ontario Staff This was not supposed to be the way that Ontario skating phenom Stephen Gogolev got to compete at the ISU Grand Prix Junior Figure Skating Final. He ended up as a last minute replacement for another skater and ended up winning the title. Gogolev, who will turn 14 in a couple […]
By: Skate Ontario Staff There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that Ontario ice dancers Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier are on to something special this season. Their free dance skated to a beautiful version of ‘Vincent’ is causing a stir throughout the skating world. Getting the chance to compete in a post Grand Prix […]
By: Skate Ontario staff With the announcement of World champion and Olympic medallist Patrick Chan as the Athlete Ambassador for the ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final, thoughts naturally went to the legacy of Ontario skaters at this prestigious event: Men Elvis Stojko – 1 gold 3 silver Emanuel Sandhu – 1 gold Jeffrey […]