PART 1 Season-starting Memories
As the new skating season swings into action, many Alumni are reminded from years gone by of the thrills and fears experienced at the start of their own competitive seasons. Whether Athlete, Judge, Coach, Volunteer or Hall of Famer, every memory is golden and demonstrates the richness that is part of our individual skating stories. Continue reading “Season – Starting Memories | The Move to Vancouver | 1963 World Gold Medal”
Debbi Wilkes chats with Canadian pair skater, Lenny Faustino. Lenny with pair partner Jacinthe Larivière, were the 2003 Canadian National Champions and represented Canada at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games.
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Kenny Moir – Alumni Award, at the Ice Theatre of New York (ITNY)
A native of Vancouver Canada, Kenny Moir began his journey in figure skating at the age of 3 when his parents enrolled him, along with his sister Glenda, with the Winter Club at the end of their block. As luck would have it, the Winter Club happened to be one of British Columbia’s foremost training centers. After qualifying for Novice nationals at the age of twelve, Kenny went on to compete in many Canadian Championships resulting in a novice silver medal in 1973 and appeared in several International competitions.
Continue reading “L. Faustino Podcast | Alumni Award | Birth of a Vision”