Pre-Novice Men Results
Short Program: 10.61
Long Program: 31.24
For full event details click HERE.
Winter schedule for figure skating programs has been updated. Please print the new version as some times have been adjusted. Open freeskate's have been added on Wednesday and Friday mornings.
WINTER FIGURE SKATING SCHEDULE
Saturday October 6th has been canceled due to conflict with the Regional Development Camp.
September 26th Competition Simulation videos have been added on our VIDEO GALLERY under the Media tab.
Featured in videos are: Danielle Sidsworth, Justin Hampole, Chelsea Raful, Samara Thew, Olivia Trampuh, Olivia Wankling, Shelby Scott, Jayna Mason, Asia Gill, Ally Norum and Valyce Mamic.
During these informative sessions, athletes, coaches and parents will have the opportunity to ask questions, and learn about two vital topics in Sport Performance from two of BC’s leading experts in their field.
Thursday September 27th, 2012 – “Performance Nutrition” with Sport Dietician Dana Lis
Location: UNBC Room 6-205/211
Dana is well known for her energy, passion and dedication to helping athletes reach their full potential. As a graduate of the University of British Columbia Dietetics program and the prestigious IOC Sport Nutrition diploma she continues to stay on top of leading edge sport nutrition research. This enables her to finds unique and practical ways to translate science into the every day sport environment. Over the past several years Dana has worked within Canada and abroad with a wide range of high performance sports, including the Vancouver Whitecaps, Vancouver National Swim Center, Canadian Snowboard Federation, Women’s National Soccer Team, Field Hockey Canada, Canadian Cycling Association and numerous Provincial and National athletes.
Her involvement in sport dates back to her competitive experiences as a figure skater and more recently as a category 2 road cyclist. When she is not helping others reach their nutritional goals, she can be found in the mountains backcountry skiing or mountaineering. You may also find her cooking for NASA astronauts as a side job! Starting this Fall Dana will be pursuing further studies in the area of nutritional physiology and is eager to further her research knowledge.
Sunday September 30th, 2012 – “Mental Training” w/ Performance Consultant Dave Freeze
Location: Northern Sport Centre – Wolf Den Room
Dave has over 30 years of experience training, competing and coaching many different levels of sport involving all age groups. He has participated in four world championships, is a four time Ironman, has completed ten marathons, raced in fifteen countries worldwide, and been actively involved in numerous individual and team sports. Dave has a few stories about the times when it all worked out perfectly, and an endless number of hilarious tales of the times when nothing seemed to work at all.
Dave’s workshops focus on entertaining and easy to follow theory sessions and the practical application of the material in settings specific to training performing and competition. Dave also works one-on-one with individuals in a coaching setting, helping to create vision, set goals, uncover inefficient behaviour and discover each individual’s secrets for success.
Dave has a Master’s Degree in Applied Behavioural Science and spends his time working with athletes, performers and competitive teams to create and pursuit visions of greatness.
It has been Dave’s experience working with performers and athletes that the answers and solutions always lay within. He sees his job is to help access the root of the challenges, assist in finding solutions, while providing the necessary support and encouragement to keep forging ahead.
He is a patient and enthusiastic mental trainer and counsellor who is committed to results, and loves nothing better than assisting and inspiring others to follow their dreams and ambitions. Dave lives in Kamloops B.C. with his wife and three young children.
For anyone who wishes to attend both sessions, we will be offering a special discounted rate of $20.00 for BOTH sessions (this option not available online).
NOTE: PacificSport Northern BC Sport Education Series events are FREE to attend for any PacificSport Northern BC registered Athletes!
For more information or to register online, please visit www.pacificsportnorthernbc.com, or contact PacificSportNorthern BC at (250) 960-5348
Yours in Sport,
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Spruce City Skating Club was able to get some extra ice times for our Fall.
We have Friday, Sept 21st, Saturday the 22nd and Saturday the 29th available
To see the buy-on list and prices please click HERE
You can do this buy-on at the Arena or you can send list of your days
to your coach and bring the payment to the first day of skating.
Please contact your coach for private lessons.
Skate Canada BC/YT is pleased to announce the development of a Skate Canada BC Centre for Skating in the Prince George area.
Over the past 15 years two Centres for Skating Excellence have been designed and implemented, one in Burnaby and one in Kelowna. The participation and competitive success of both Centres is extraordinary as a result of a clear curriculum, which follows the Canadian Sport for Life model. A victory may come in the form of a National or International medal but perhaps more vividly is the personal success of each of the skaters through a better-designed system, improved delivery and environment for personal progress.
The skating coaches in Prince George have come together in a coordinated initiative to use their teaching and coaching strengths in a team effort. Skate Canada BC/YT will provide human resource and support services to build a successful skating program whether for figure skating, hockey, ringette or just to learn to skate at any age.
Ted Barton, Executive Director of Skate Canada BC said, “We worked with both local clubs to encourage a merger into one entity and although there was an effort by both local clubs an agreement was not forthcoming. So, the coaches of these clubs forged ahead and moved together into one entity. We very much support this proactive move to create something better for the skaters of the North and will help in any way to ensure a better process for each person wanting to skate”.
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To see this press release on Skate Canada BC/YT website click here