Competition Results



Charles Dover results 2017

2017-COS Starskate Championships

Skate Ontario Championships 2017

2017 Ursula Lehming Scarboro Skate

Summer Sizzle 2017

Quebec Skate 2017

Minto Summer Skate 2017

Skate Ontario Summer Skate 2017


2016 Skate Canada Western Ontario Sectionals. and Northern Ontario Sectionals 

2016 Sectionals Competition

2016 Skate Canada Challenge

Keswick Results

Skates Alive results

2016 Make It A Date To Skate

2016 March Mania

2016 Skate Ontario RESULTS

2016 Ursula Lehming Scarboro Skate

2016 Minto Summer Skate

Minto Summer Skate 2016

2016 Summer Sizzle

Skate Detroit 2016

Thornhill Summer Skate 2016










2015 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships

2015 Winter Skate COMPETITION

2015 STARSKate Championships

2015 Canada Winter Games

2015 March Mania

Sectionals 2015 Results

2015 Skate Canada Challenge Results

2015 Skate Ontario Championships

2015 Ursula Lehming Scarboro Skate

2015 Fun Competition

Skate Detroit 2015

Minto Summer Skate 2015

2015 Summer Sizzle

Thornhill Summer Skate 2015

2015 Isabelle Henderson Invitational Competition

2015 Octoberfest Competition

2015 Skokie Skate



Charles Dover Memorial Invitational 2014 Results

Starskate Championship 2014 Results

Ontario Winters Games 2014 Results

Skate Ontario STARSkate Championships 2014 Results

March Mania 2014 Results

Skate Detroit 2014

Minto Summer Skate 2014

Summer Sizzle 2014

Thornhill Summer Skate 2014

Isabelle Henderson Invitational Competition Results

Autumn Skate 2014 results

Octoberfest 2014 Results

2014 Skates Alive

2014 Keswick Invitational Skate

Skate Canada Western Ontario Sectionals. and Northern Ontario Sectionals Results


Archived (2013)

Charles Dover Memorial Invitational 2013 Results

StarSkate Championships 2013 Results

March Mania 2013 Results

Skate Detroit 2013 Competition Results

Minto Summer Skate 2013 Results

Summer Sizzle Invitational 2013 Results

Summer Skate 2013 Results

Isabelle Henderson 2013 results

Octoberfest 2013 Results

Sectional 2013 Results

Keswick 2013 Results

Skate Canada Challenge 2013 Results

Skates Alive 2013 Results


Getting in the Right Mindset for Competition

Have you ever heard a coach say that the game (or medal) is won in the five inches between your ears? What that means is that a focused and positive mindset is key to performing your best. Here some great tips on mentally preparing before any competition, event or skate test.

  1. Set goals. Before competitions and events, set specific goals for yourself. The best goals are ones can you directly control like, skating a clean program or landing a jump you’ve been practicing or just enjoying the experience. Keep a record of your goals (and when you achieve them!) as a motivator.
  2. Visualize yourself on the ice. Mentally going through each portion of your routine helps you focus on the performance and see how you can achieve goals—like skating a clean performance. Practice visualization often, including on competition day!
  3. Focus on the performance in front of you. If you begin to let your mind wander to next week’s test or the skate club event later this weekend, your mind will not be ready to perform. To help stay focused skaters like Evan Lysacek listen to a favorite song. Others read an inspirational quote or do stretching exercises.
  4. Positive self-talk. Riedell skater Jeremy Abbott has said, “Everyone has doubt in themselves, but I used to believe it. That little nagging voice in the back of my head that told me I couldn’t do it, I’d believe it. I’m learning I can quiet that voice and tell it to shut up.” Just like Jeremy, you can learn to quiet negative thoughts you may have prior to an event. Trust your training, your coaches and your abilities, and tell yourself that you can meet your goals. (Saying it out loud really does help!)
  5. Be prepared. Pack your skate bag with all of the appropriate items (skates, extra laces, bobby pins, blade guards, music etc.) at least one night before your competition. When you don’t have to worry about forgetting something, it’s much easier to focus once you’re at the rink.

Resource: Riedell Website


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