The following describes the process Skate Canada will undertake in the selection of athletes who will represent Canada at the following ISU Championships: 2019 ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships 2019 ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2019 ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships
Here are the links to information for officials attending the 2019 Synchro Nationals Championships: Timer Notes Reference Chart Event Referee Report Event Technical Controller Report Reflections for Judge Requested Reports Detailed Assessment of Technical Controller Performance Detailed Assessment on Judging Performance Detailed Assessment on Refereeing Performance Social Media & Electronic Device Use Concussion Policy Officials’ […]
Selection of entries from Regional Synchronized Skating Championships to 2019 Synchronized Nationals Qualifying Rounds is as follows. Reference: Skate Canada Rule Book/Competitions Selection of Entries from RegionalsThe final result in each Regional event shall determine the competitors eligible to enter the equivalent National qualifying competition. [A] Novice, Intermediate, Open, Junior, and Senior: Teams that place […]
Amendments to the Skate Canada bylaws must be submitted for consideration no later than February 24, 2019. Detail on submission is included in Skate Canada Bylaws, Article 12. If you have any questions regarding submission, please contact Member Services at [email protected]
Prior to publishing the competitive program requirements for the 2019-2020 season, we are communicating some important information applicable to program times to assist coaches in planning music selection for their athletes: Pre-Juvenile Singles program time will have the option of 2:00 minutes (+/- 10 seconds) or 2:30 minutes (+/- 10 seconds) to provide transitioning from […]
Skate Canada Service Centre will be closed starting at 3:00 pm (ET) on Thursday, December 20 and will reopen for regular business at 8:30 am (ET) on Wednesday, January 2, 2019. Skate Canada would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season.
Clubs and Schools are emailed invoices which must be paid upon receipt. Invoices may be paid by cheque or by direct billing through the following financial institutions: Desjardins, RBC, CIBC, BMO or Scotiabank. List the bill payee as Skate Canada and use your club/skating school number for the account number.
Skate Canada registrants and members are invited to participate in a survey that is part of a Skate Canada/University of Calgary research project on LGBTQI2S inclusion. The project is led by Dr. William Bridel, a former skater, official, and administrator. If you are 18 years of age or older, we’d appreciate your time and insights. Start […]