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Registration Begins: Jul 1, 2016 am Registration Cut-off: Sep 30, 2016 am Withdrawal Deadline: Sep 5, 2016 am Program Description: Can Power is an action-packed, high energy intructional poer skating program geared to hockey and ringette skaters that focuses on balance, power, agility, speed and endurnace.Skills, techniques, and conditioning drills are taught in a progressive format that emphasizes how the skills apply to game situations.She was featured in television specials and ice shows including the Ice Follies. In 1981, Peggy Fleming became an ABC Sports commentator for skating events in the US and internationally.In 1994, Sports Illustrated featured Peggy Fleming as one of the most important athletes in a forty year period.Can Power Skating provides an alternative to figure skating and is an excellent complement for those athletes playing on hockey or ringette teams.Its unique skill award system provides incentives and motivation for skaters to continue to achieve.For safety reasons participants should wear full hockey/ringette equipment that is CSA approved.
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Registration Begins: Jul 1, 2016 am Registration Cut-off: Sep 30, 2016 am Withdrawal Deadline: Sep 5, 2016 am Program Description: Junior Prep offers opportunities for skaters of all ages and levels to develop fundamental figure skating skills in the areas of ice dance, skating skills, free skate and interpretive skating.
This program teaches figure skating skills in a group lesson format in a progressive and sequential manner.
After this, she won her first World Championship in Switzerland. Wearing a costume her mother made for her at home, Peggy Fleming won the Olympic gold medal in figure skating in 1968, amazing the world with her artistic execution.
She turned professional, and continued to be quite the celebrity.
You try to look like you’re Goliath.” Larcom went on to train as a member of Team USA and, in 2001, he won the junior national pairs skating championship.