2016-2017 Section Technical Package [Updated: June 28, 2016]
2017-2018 STAR Technical Requirements (Posted June 20, 2017)
STAR 1 – 5 Communications (Updated: November 2016)
STAR Well Balanced Program Chart [Updated: November 10, 2016]
2016 – 2017 Technical Clarifications
As a follow up to the email that was distributed to Section coaches on Friday September 30, 2016 regarding Pre-Juvenile and Juvenile skaters competing in STARSkate events, the 2016-2017 Section General Technical Package will remain the same for the remainder of the season. Further review will be conducted prior to the 2017-2018 season. To view the Section General Technical Package click here.
For Your Information
Planned Program Sheet
STAR Events Update
Click here to view the STAR 2 Program length update for 2017-2018 season.
STAR Minimum Technical Element Scores
Click here to view the Section Minimum Technical Element Scores required for entry into the 2017 Sectional Championships.
Click here to view Skate Canada Minimum Technical Element Scores required for the 2017 Skate Canada Challenge.
Synchronized Skating Skate to Standard Pilot (Technical Communication #12 – May 2017)
Click here to view the Technical Communication document
2016-2017 Skate Canada Updates
2016-2017 Process for Filling Challenge Entries
National Ranking System
National Summer Series
To register for the National Summer Series click here.
For more information on the National Summer Series visit the Skate Canada Info Centre.
Special Olympics Domestic Technical Requirements
The 2016-2017 Technical Program Requirements for Special Olympics domestic events are now posted here.
Please note, there are new requirements for entry to pair events. There are also new program lengths, and two new pilot categories. Vocal music is permitted for domestic events only. All new information is indicated with underlined text. All changes were made based on feedback gathered following the 2016 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games.
Those skaters moving on to the 2017 Special Olympic World Winter Games must abide by the rules set by Special Olympics International.