The Calgary Synchronized Skating Club is home to the dynamic and exciting CSSC Skating Teams. Our members represent many of the Calgary area figure skating clubs, where they continue to train and pursue their individual goals. We are not affiliated with any other figure skating club. We concentrate only on synchronized skating.

Our club has consistently ranked as some of the top Alberta and Western Canadian teams. The coaching staff has had continued success by bringing the level of skating, choreography, performance and enthusiasm to this group of dedicated skaters.


The Calgary Synchronized Skating Club, formerly known as Calgary Precision, was formed in May of 1995 with a goal of creating competitive teams within an atmosphere of fun and co-operation. Calgary Precision entered the synchronized arena in 1996 winning the Alberta Championships and also becoming Western Canadian Champions.

As well as competitive excellence, CSSC teams were also featured at the Calgary Flames Hockey Games, The Oldtimers Hockey Challenge and the Opening Ceremonies of the Canadian Airlines Saddledome. CSSC was here to stay.



Our coaching team is ready and excited to work with all of our skaters both returning and new.

Kim Boorman
Cayley Bianco
Danielle Hagel

Kim Boorman has been in synchronized skating for over 35 years.  She has over 24 years coaching experience in synchronized skating and also another 12 years skating for novice,  junior and senior competitive teams starting at the age of 10. She has a competitive ice dance background along with many years of ballet training. Kim also holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Alberta and has practiced nursing in the medical and cardiac intensive care areas. Her accomplishmenst also include NCCP Level 3 certified for over 10 years and is also a NCCP course conductor for synchronized skating.

Her coaching career started in Edmonton, Alberta with the Edmonton Synchronized Skating Club where she was head coach for 9 years.  During this time she coached 5 to 6 teams per year in the juvenile, pre-novice, novice, junior, senior and adult categories. Highlights include numerous and consistent provincial and western divisional titles for all teams, along with 6 national placements.  Kim's senior team was selected to perform at both the World Figure skating Gala in Edmonton and the Canadian figure skating Championships. Kim simultaneously coached with the Camrose Skating club which included juvenile, pre-novice or novice teams.

Kim has also coached Juvenile, Novice, Junior and Adult teams for 2 years in Seattle, Washington. The novice and junior teams qualified for nationals the 1st time in their history. Her adult team took home the bronze medal at the US National Championships. Previous to joining CSSC, Kim had coached Synchronized Skating with the Calalta Figure Skating Club.

Other personal highlights include:
- Choreographing and coordinating opening and closing ceremonies for World Figure skating Championships in Edmonton, AB
- Choreographing and coordinating opening and closing ceremonies for the Canadian Figure skating Championships in Edmonton
- Assistant choreographer to Kevin Cottam for several large scale ice productions and shows in Vancouver and Edmonton
- Winning Gold medal at Canadian Synchronized Skating Championships on Senior Competitive team as a skater
-  Performing as a skater in the Calgary Olympic Closing ceremonies

Cayley Bianco  has now been coaching with CSSC for 3 seasons.  Previous to this she skated synchro for 10 years; winning numerous Western Canadian Championships and being National Champions in the Open category in 2009.

Having the opportunity to train with and be inspired by several National and International level coaches, Cayley discovered the importance to give back to the sport, and share her passion for skating.

Cayley is NCCP ISPC (Level 2) certified in synchronized skating. She has received her Gold Dance and Skills and is also coaching CanSkate, STARSkate and SynchroSkate programs.

In her time away from the arena, she tries to remain as active as possible riding her horse, practicing hot yoga, and running. She is very excited be involved with CSSC and the teams as they grow.

Danielle Hagel has been involved in synchronized skating for over 25 years working her way up from Juvenile to Senior Competitive teams. She has spent her life as a synchronized skater and has skated for several synchronized skating clubs and numerous coaches who have all helped fuel her passion for the sport. She represented Canada for several years as part of the Edmonton Ice Elite Senior Synchronized Skating team traveling to France, Czech Republic and Croatia. She has won 5 National medals over the years... 1 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze. In addition to being a skater, Danielle has taken on various roles in her skating clubs including volunteering on the executive (Fundraising Coordinator & Vice President at ESSC), team manager, and also as an Assistant with Novice and Adult teams. Danielle is Primary STARSKate Certified (Level 1).

Danielle has been involved with CSSC in a variety of capacities including skater, manager and Assistant Coach over the last seven years with the club. Passionate about the sport of synchronized skating and the skaters themselves, Danielle is looking forward to sharing her knowledge and expertise with the teams at CSSC.


Past President – Brenda Ison
President – Alana Forbes
Vice President – Mary Moran
Treasurer – TBD
Secretary – Pauline Florence
Member at Large – Anne Daniel (Facilities)
Member at Large – Becky Burgess (Travel)
Member at Large – Shellie Jones (Club Events)