P a c i f i c   I c e
Synchronized Skating Club

2014-2015 Pacific Ice Continued the tradition of hosting the Annual Pacific Ice Christmas Gala!

2013-2014 Pacific Ice held another great Christmas Gala. Odyssey and Infinity Competed at Mountain Regionals, and Odyssey represented B.C. at the 2014 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships in Burnaby B.C.

2012-2013 Pacific Ice had an amazing Gala raising a large monetary and food donation for the Surrey Foodbank. Odyssey had a great showing at the National Championships by placing 7th overall. Essence and Infinty had a great time at the Adult nationals in B.C.

2011-2012 Pacific ice continued into 2012 by hosting another successful Christmas gala, We also hosted the 2012 BC/YT Synchro Championships. Odyssey represented Pacific Ice at Nationals and Esence competed at Winterfest for the first time!

2010-2011 Pacific Ice had another great season with Odyssey, Essence, and Infinity. We hosted our annual Christmas gala partnering with the Surrey Foodbank.

2009-2010 Pacific Ice announces the creation of Infinity (Adult II). Pacific Ice begins the season with 3 teams. Infinity had a great first year, winning both BC/YT and Mountain Regionals. With the 2012 Olympic Games in our home province many Pacific Ice skaters performed and volunteered through out the games.

2008-2009 Pacific Ice gains Club status and becomes the Pacific Ice Synchronized Skating Club. Including two new teams Odyssey(junior) and Essence (Adult)

2007-2008 Pacific Ice had a great season and represented our home province at the BMO Festival Synchro Canadian Championships in Chilliwack BC.

2006-2007 Pacific Ice continued the season with a Junior and Adult team. The Junior team competed at its first Rosebowl event with a great showing. The Adult team represented Pacific Ice at Nationals placing 12th overall.

2005-2006 We begin the year with a new board and a new look

2004-2005 All Pacific Ice teams compete at the 2005 Nationals, Danalee Harris begins coaching both Adult and Novice.

2003-2004 Pacific Ice Novice competes at their first National Competition!

2002-2003 Exciting News, two Pacific Ice skaters compete at the 2003 World Synchronized Skating Championships. Nori for Japan, and Marianne for Australia! Pacific Ice skaters went along to cheer them on. Pacific Ice Open goes Junior and Adult introduces a new coach Janet Faveri.

2001-2002 Pacific Ice Open introduces the PI mascots the "V"s. This year includes Novice, Open, and Adult teams.

2000-2001 Pacific Ice introduces its first ever Novice team. Our skaters perform at the 2001 World Figure Skating Championships Closing ceremonies.

1999-2000 Pacific Ice changes to the "festival" stream, with Open and Adult teams.

1998-1999 Pacific Ice continued with its Adult and Junior teams. The skaters traveled to Montreal for Nationals.

1997-1998 In the summer of 1997 we saw a rocky start "No Coaches", When one door closes another opens. We secured Jennifer Cummings as the Adult and Junior coach. We no longer had a senior team with 95% of our skaters able to compete on Junior and Adult.

1996-1997 Addition of the Pacific Ice Rockettes Adult with coach Blair Koski. The Senior team lost coach Leslie Rupp and added Susie Hanham. In October of that year Junior teams White Rock and Coquitlam joined Pacific Ice with coach Diane Knutson and Blair Koski.

1995-1996 Begining of Pacific Ice and Greater Vancouver precision. Thanks to Marg Evans and Gloria Nidzgorski, a senior team was formed with coaches Leslie Rupp and Dee Dee Randorf.