Amateur Skating Career

Started skating on White Mud Creek in Edmonton and eventually Royal Glenora Club around age 7. Coaches were Carolyn Dick, Eddie Collins and Michael Williams. Also skated at Calalta Skating Club in Calgary at an early age with coach Sharon Lariviere. Skated a few summer schools in Victoria at RCV figure skating club with coach Ron Vincent. Moved to Toronto Cricket, Skating, and Curling Club at age 12 with coach Sheldon Galbraith. Also trained with Louis Stong at Weston and Granite Club and later with Ellen Burka. Went to Lake Placid a few summers to train with Tommy Litz. Went to Colorado Springs one summer to train with Carlo Fassi.  Competed in 12 consecutive Canadian Championships 1973 to 1984. Placed 2nd in Novice, 3rd, 2nd, and 1st in Junior, and 3rd and 2nd in Senior. First international competitions were Nebelhorn Trophy, Oberstdorf, Germany, and St. Gervais Grand Prix in 1976. Placed 6th and 5th respectively. Placed 4th in Prague Skate 1977. Placed 3rd in both St. Gervais and Oberstdorf 1978. Also competed in Ennia Cup, The Hague, 1979 and 1980, Moscow Skate, 1981 and 83, silver medal, and Skate Canada 1983 and 84. Competed in Skate America, Lake Placid 1979. Competed in two World Championships. Placed 13th and 10th. Placed 11th in Olympics 1984.

Competitive Accomplishment


2016 Swan Challenge, Beld, Slovenia, Elite Masters Men's Free and Artistic Champion

2016 ISU Adult Skating Championship Oberstdorf, Elite Masters Men's Free and Artistic Champion 

2014-16 ISU Adult Elite Masters Men's Free and Artistic Champion 
1984 Sarajevo Olympic Men's Single

1983-1984 World Team of Skate Canada, Canadian Nationals

1977 Canadian Junior Men Champion


Professional Performance Career

1984-86 Torvill and Dean World Tour

1991-98 Champion on Ice Tour

1988 World Professional Champion

1988-90 Boitano Witt Skating Tour

1992 Stars On Ice

Ice Theater of New York featured artist