COS History
2010- 2011

2010– 2011

This season marks the first year of the COS restructured board featuring 13 members.

COS hosts the Skate Canada Annual Conference and General Meeting in Toronto.

COS Past Chair Susanne Morgan receives the Skate Canada Officials Award of Merit.

2011 World Figure Skating Championships are moved to Moscow from Tokyo Japan following the devastating earthquake that hit Japan on March 11th.

The COS Future Stars program is renamed Team Elite.

The COS Primary Stars program debuts. The program includes Pre-Preliminary STARSkate, Preliminary and Junior Bronze STARSkate and identifies and encourages the development of up and coming COS competitive skaters and STARSkaters.

The Ontario Promotional Contest surpasses $135,000 in net proceeds in four years for the Skaters’ Trust Fund. surpasses the 25million hit plateau.

Oliver Custom Delivery is welcomed as a corporate partner of COS.

COS unveils a new logo.

COS membership increases to 27,483 members with 99 affiliated clubs.

Lefroy Skating Club participates in the Skate Canada pilot project for STARSkate testing.

$58,000 in bursaries are distributed by COS for skating excellence.

COS hosts the 2011 Ontario Trillium Cup and STARSkate Championships in Mississauga.

COS skaters Hayleigh Bell, Alistair Sylvester, Megan Morse, Carlea Wilkie-Ellis and Jonathan Edwards win gold at the Canada Winter Games.

Patrick Chan captures his own Canadian record as he is crowned Canadian Men’s champion for the fourth consecutive season.

COS purchases two CPC judging computer systems.

COS hosts the Skate Canada East/West Challenge (Mississauga) Canadian Synchronized Skating Championships (Brampton)

Louis Stong joins COS as a Technical Advisor, replacing Kim Hanford.

Gold Ice Junior represents Canada at the ISU Synchronized Skating Junior World Challenge Cup finishing seventh.

black ice calls it quits after an 18 year run with seven world medals.

Synchronized skating coach Cathy Dalton was named the 2010 Ontario Female Coach of the Year while COS Past Chair Susanne Morgan won the Syl Apps Volunteer Achievement Award and Ann Shaw received the Rolf Lund Jule Nisse Award for outstanding playground to podium commitment to sport.

In the World

Picasso painting sells for a record setting $106.5million

(May 5th). Chicago Blackhawks win their first Stanley Cup since 1961.

Pop legend Michael Jackson dies on June 25th.

Spain beats the Netherlands 1-0 to win the FIFA World Cup (July 11th).

Andrei Rogozine
World Junior Men’s Champion

New logo unveiled


The COS office is located at 111 Snidercroft Road
Unit A in Concord.

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Skate Canada - Central Ontario

Patricia Glenwright, Manager, Programs and Services
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