Fun Competition debuts on April 16-18, 1993 with over 1,000 skaters and 54 events.
Dianne Izzard is appointed COS Executive Director.
COS creates a staff-operated Judges Bureau.
COS introduces the “Celebrating our Section” newsletter replacing COSSIP.
Congratulations to the Acton, Ajax, Keswick, Paisley and Teeswater Figure Skating Clubs who all celebrated 25th anniversaries.
1st, Elvis Stojko (Senior Men)
1st, Matthew Smith (Junior Men)
1st, Amanda Cotroneo/Mark Bradshaw (Novice Dance)
1st, The Classic Edition (Adult)
2nd, black ice senior
2nd, Brampton Ice Angels, junior
2nd, Giuliano Cosentino (Novice Men)
2nd, Tamara Styka (Novice Ladies)
3rd, Karen Preston (Senior Ladies)
3rd, Ice Expression (Adult)_
1st, Elvis Stojko, World Championships
1st, Elvis Stojko, Piruetten
2nd, Elvis Stojko, Olympic Winter Games
3rd, Karen Preston, Skate Canada International
CFSA/Wittnauer Section Accountants Award—Jack Quigley
CFSA/Winttnauer Section Judges Award—Donald Abbot
CFSA/Wittnauer Section Volunteer Award—Lynda Thomlinson
Elizabeth Swan Memorial Award—Debbie Harris
CFSA/Wittnauer Volunteer of Excellence Award—Kathy Adams
CFSA/Wittnauer CanSkate/CanFigure Award—Erin Smith
CFSA/Wittnauer Skater of the Year—Melissa Heerschap
CFSA/Wittnauer Club Volunteer Award—Fred/Adelaide Piterse
CFSA/Wittnauer Coach of the Year—Louis Stong
COS Club Coach Award—Mary Hardie
COS Volunteer Coach Award—Karen Bridge-Moore
COS Competitive Coach Award—Louis Stong
COS Honorary Coach Award—Wally Distelmeyer
SunLife Award of Merit—Maureen Marriner/Steven Brooks
In the World …
Uranus passes Neptune for the first time in 171 years.
Boris Yeltsen elected leader of Russia.
The world wide web is born at CERN.
Paul Cezanne still life painting sells for $28.6m USD.
The last episode of Cheers airs on NBC.
Ground is broken on Cleveland’s Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame.
David Letterman leaves NBC for CBS.
COS Competitive Coach of the Year
COS Honorary Coach of the Year
1993 - 1994