Danalee Harrison [Adult II, Adult III, and Open]

Danalee Harrison has been a Skate Canada coach for over 20 years and has been involved with LMSSC since inception of the club at the age of 6.  As one of the original members, as a skater, she continues to grow the club today through coaching.   Danalee is currently NCCP Level 3 Certified and Gold CEP level (Continuous Education Program).  She teaches all disciplines of singles at the Newton FSC, but specializes in Synchronized Skating with the Lower Mainland Synchronized Skating Club.  Her teams compete both provincially and nationally.  Currently, she coaches teams for Adult 2, Adult 3, and Open.   Danalee is married with two children that keep her busy with dance and sports off the ice.

 
Recent awards:

Skate Canada Club and Recreation Coach Award of Excellence for 2012-13

BC/YK Club and Recreation Coach Award of Excellence for 2013-14  

Leslie Rupp [Beginner 1, Juvenile and Pre-Novice]

Leslie coaches Pre-Novice, Juvenile and Beginner 1 teams this season at Lower Mainland Synchronized Skating Club.  She has been coaching with LMSSC since it was formed in 2001 but prior to that she coached the Surrey Precision teams out of Newton FSC for many years.  She has been a coach at Newton FSC since 1975 (39 years) and, prior to that, 3 years in Northern Manitoba.   She is a level 3 certified coach and Gold CEP Level (Continuing Education Program with Skate Canada).   She teaches synchronized team skating, freeskate, interpretive, dance, skills, Canskate, and Starskate. 

Leslie coached Ice X-treme (Open category) to 2 National Synchronized Skating Medals, gold in 2006 and bronze in 2008.  Leslie teaches at Newton FSC and the Lower Mainland Synchronized Skating Club.  

Award:

 Coach of the Year for the BC/YK Section 2005