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Amy Allen


September 2001-Present- Colonial Figure Skating Club professional staff, currently coaching all levels of freestyle, moves in the field, group, power skating and some choreography.

June 2001- May 2002- Coach at North Atlantic Figure Skating Club

May 1995- June 2001- Coach at the Colorado Springs World Arena, Colorado Springs, Colorado. Coached all levels of freestyle, moves in the field, power skating, choreography and group lessons. Worked along side, as team coaches, with some of he best coaches in the World. Part of my staff duties, I oversaw the training while such coaches where away internationally.

Coaching Experience

Coaching all levels of freestyle, moves in the field, power, group and choreography. Properly trained to use overhead harness. Had students compete at all levels of competition from basic skills, local competition, New England Regional’s, Southwestern Regionals, Eastern Sectional’s, Midwestern
Sectionals, and U. S. National Championships. Coach of the 2014 Juvenile Girls National Champion.
Apprenticed under Kathy Casey, Tom Zakrajsek, Janet Champion, and Becky Calvin. Volunteer coached for one month per year (1995-2001) with the Special Olympics.

2014 CFSC “Outstanding Coach of the year”

Board of Directors- 2020-present- Vice President of Colonial Figure Skating Club

2020-present- Chair of CFSC Professional’s Committee.

2021 CFSC Nominating Committee


Learn to Skate Director

September 2000-June 2001 Broadmoor Skating Club, Colorado Springs, Colorado

In charge of coordinating all classes, coaches, and 200+ students. Assisted with the marketing of the program. Performed all the office related tasks consisting of scheduling class rosters, coaching staff, returning phone calls, answering questions, responding to emails, sending mailings, and personal relationships with the clientele. Was responsible for running the directors table and floating among the classes.

United States National Figure Skating Championships: 1992 Novice ladies 10th, 1993 Junior ladies 10th, 1994, Junior ladies 6th , 1995 Junior ladies 4th place medalist, 1997 Senior ladies competitor.

United States Olympic Festival Competitor: 1994 and 1995 Junior ladies (Bronze medalist in 95’)

Eastern Sectional Competitor: 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995. Midwestern Sectional Competitor 1997 (medalist in 92, 93, 94, 95, 97, 98)

New England Regional Competitor: 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997 (First place junior ladies 94’ and 95’) (medalist in 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 97)

Regularly performed at the Colorado Springs World Arena “Pops on Ice”. Performed to the Colorado Springs symphony live.

USFS double gold medalist in freestyle and moves in the field.

Lived and trained at the United States Olympic Training Center in Lake Placid, NY (summer 1994)

Lived and trained at the Unites States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado (1994-1997). Within the USOC, attended three sports science camps. Volunteered for various Olympic fundraisers and corporate events with in the Olympic movement: Including; Target: signed autographs w/ video of skating, motivational speaking at the Colorado Springs Juvenile detention center, pass the torch for the 1996 Olympic Games, attended numerous events sponsored by the United States Olympic committee as a resident athlete. Was trained under Kathy Casey, Janet Champion, and Tom Zakrajsek in Colorado Springs.

PSA member since 1995. PSA Certified rated in freestyle. Liability Insurance through usfs. CER and safesport compliant and usfsa member.

Hosted 2000 PSA Fall Seminar for Broadmoor Skating Club. Coordinated ice time, schedule, guest speakers,

mailings, hotels and guests to the seminar. Monitored ratings exams during seminar.

Attended a PSA conference every two to no longer than three years since 1995.

Attended US technical school in Chicago, Illinois in 2018.

Attended USFS webinar’s 2020-2021 for single’s skating as well as board of director’s meetings.

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