Skate Canada Achievement Awards
National Achievement Awards
- Elizabeth Swan Memorial Award
- Skate Canada Club Coach Award of Excellence
- Skate Canada Officials Award of Excellence
- Skate Canada Competitive Coach/Choreographer Award of Excellence
Manitoba Section Achievement Award
- Skate Canada Section CanSkate Athlete Award
- Skate Canada Section STARSkate Athlete Award
- Skate Canada Section CompetitiveSkate Athlete Award
- Skate Canada Section Officials Award
- Skate Canada Section Program Assistant Award
- Skate Canada Section Volunteer Award
- Skate Canada Section Volunteer Award of Excellence
- Skate Canada Section Volunteer Coach Award
2017 Ian Carmichael Memorial Award
The Ian Carmichael Award is open to skaters or ex-skaters who are continuing in the sport as an Official and/or Coach.
Ian Carmichael was a competitive skater in Manitoba who progressed into the judging ranks following his skating career. Dedicated to the sport he loved, he soon advanced to the Gold Test level and traveled the province, judging competitions and tests. A dentist by profession, Ian was always concerned with self-improvement and continued to study and upgrade, both professionally and within the sport until just prior to his tragic death in 1992.
Ian made a most generous bequest to the Manitoba Section, Skate Canada. The Board of Directors recommended that a monetary Award be made annually using the interest from this money.
The recipient should be an individual who is showing commitment and dedication, both to the sport of figure skating and to further education.
The Recipient should be:
1) A skater or ex-skater in any discipline between the ages of 16 and 25 years, who has achieved at least their 2nd Figure, Junior Bronze Free, Junior Bronze Dance.
2) Is continuing in the sport as a judge, data specialist or coach and has attained any of the following minimum levels:
a) Judge: Primary Evaluator and/or Novice Synchro
b) Data Specialist: Level 1
c) Coach: Primary STARSkate Trained / Regional Coach
3) Is currently attending and is seriously pursuing a post-secondary education (at least 3 credits).
4) Has contributed significantly to the sport of figure skating in Manitoba for at least two years.
Nominations may come from any member of the Manitoba Section, Board of Directors or
Skate Canada member clubs.