Registration opens December 15th and closes January 7th
NEW DATE – MARCH 4th-6th,2022
RMM will be held at the St. Margaret’s Center in Tantallon, NS. Hosted by the St. Margaret’s Bay Skating Club
It will be open to skaters in STAR4 to Gold, Pre-Juvenile to Senior, Pairs, Pre-Juvenile Dance and Adult.
Due to covid this competition is open to Nova Scotia Skaters only.
All entries must be done online skatecanadans.uplifterinc.com from December 15th, 2021 until January 7th, 2022 with payment due at the time of registration by credit card.
Second event discount on short programs will only be give if both programs are registered at the same time and STAR 7 & /or STAR 9 is the second event registered.
No late entries will be accepted. Registration will be closed early if maximum number of registrations are received.
No refunds after close of registration. If the competition is cancelled for any reason a $40 administration fee will be retained.
Do not use cell phones to register as the platform is not compatible.
“Robert McCall, of Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, began his skating career in Halifax. He was the first known on the national skating scene with Halifax
skater Marie McNeil. McCall and McNeil became a household name in Nova Scotia by the mid-1970’s.
In 1982, McCall teamed up with Tracy Wilson of Port Moody B.C. They danced as National Senior Champions for seven consecutive years. In their World Championship debut in 1982, in Copenhagen, they placed 10th. It was in 1983 and 1984 that they progressed and placed 6th while placing 8th at the Olympics in Sarajevo.
In 1985, they moved up to 4th at the World Championships in Tokyo. In the next three World Championships in Geneva (1986), Cincinnati (1987), and Budapest (1988) they won bronze medals. At the 1988 Olympic Winter Games in Calgary, they also won the bronze medal, becoming the first Canadian ice dancing team to medal at the games.”
(NS Sports Hall of Fame)
CLICK Here to view Wilson and McCall Bronze medal performance at the 88 Olympics