Amateur and Professional Skating Milestones


Amateur Figure Skating:

1976  –  Bronze Medal, Olympic Games, Insbruck, Austria

1970-1976  – Six times Canadian Men’s Singles Champion

1972-1975  –  Three times World Freeskating Champion

1973/1975  – Gold Medal, Skate Canada

1967  –  Gold Medal, Canada Winter Games, Quebec City

1964  – Canadian Figure Skating Junior Champion


Professional Figure Skating:

1988

  • Labatt’s Proskate: tour of 24 cities
  • Scott Hamilton Tour: USA
  • World Professional Cup: Ottawa
  • North American World Cup: Montreal
  • ICE CAPADES: Canada
  • Professional Exhibitions: Palm Beach, Florida; Barcelona, Spain
  • Benson & Hedges Symphony on Ice: USA Tour

1987

  • Professional Exhibition: Alaska

1986-1988

  • Paris World Cup: Paris
  • Christmas Show: Vail, Colorado
  • Exhibitions for City of Toronto

1985-1988

  • Stars on Ice: North American Tour

1984 – 1988

  • World Professional Competition: Washington

1984

  • World Professional Team Figure Skating Championship: team won top honours, Landover, Maryland

1983

  • ICE: A THEATER OF SYMPHONY AND SKATES: presented at Radio City Music Hall, New York City; produced by Radio City Music Hall Productions and Shipstad Entertainment
  • HOLIDAY ON ICE: Germany

1982

  • Proskate: first place, with six perfect 10s, Montreal
  • Labatt’s Proskate Competition: Best Figure Skater, Canada Tour
  • Proskate Competition, USA: tour of Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Houston
  • First World Professional Ice Skating Championships: Washington, D.C.
  • Skating Exhibition in Japan
  • Labatt’s Proskate Competition: Canada
  • HOLIDAY ON ICE: Germany

1981

  • World Professional Team Figure Skating Championship: team won top honours, Landover, Maryland
  • ICE CAPADES: Canadian Tour
  • Exhibition Tour of China (filmed by ABC TV)
  • HOLIDAY ON ICE: Germany

1980

  • World Professional Team Figure Skating Championship: team won top honours, Landover, Maryland
  • HOLIDAY ON ICE: Germany and Austria

1979

  • HOLIDAY ON ICE: Paris
  • Ten week exhibition tour of Japan
  • ICE CAPADES: North American tour (Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Philadelphia)

1977

  • THE ICE SHOW: Palace Theater, New York; directed and co-produced by Myrl A Schreibman
  • THE ICE SHOW: North American Tour (Los Angeles, Boston, Syracuse, Providence, Toronto, Ottawa, Victoria, Peterborough, Thunder Bay

 

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