Pacific Ice

Pacific Ice Synchronized Skating Club

British Columbia, Canada


Pacific Ice Mission Statement

"Pacific Ice is Dedicated to encouraging, fostering, and developing the sport of synchronized skating amongst its members and the community at large. Our organization also endeavors to teach the ideals of sportsmanship and good citizenship, both competitively and recreationally"

The Pacific Ice synchronized skating Club is proud to be entering its 20th year. Starting with just one senior team in 1995, our club has grown into an organization of teams that are proud to represent Pacific Ice and its ideals of sportsmanship and athleticism. We have skaters of all ages that come from all over the Greater Vancouver area.

What is Synchronized Skating?

Synchronized skating is both a competitive and recreational sport that involves a team of 12-16 skaters taking to the ice to perform and compete routines together. Programs are skated to music and contains various formations such as circles, lines, blocks, and intersections. Skaters of all ages have the opportunity to compete, perform and develop a sense of team work. Besides being alot of fun, it is also a great form of exercise.

Contact us

General inquiries -
President -

Pacific Ice Synchronized Skating Club
5962 Sperling ave.
PO BOX 59017
Burnaby BC V5E 0A3


Thursday March 31st 2016


Burnaby 8 Rinks

6501 Sprott St.

Burnaby BC

OPEN to all skaters of all ages

Coached by Anastasia Baikov

Cost $10


Thursday April 7th-May 19th 2016


Burnaby 8 Rinks

Cost $25 per session

$150 for all 7 sessions