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A former President and Vice-President of Skate Canada, Ostapchuk helped move skating forward in Canada.One of his key accomplishments was seeing the marketing and sponsorship revenue increase from about $200,000 in 1984 to approximately one million in 1988.
Born in Ottawa, Scott was an avid figure skater and in 1914 won the first official Canadian men’s title, as well as the American International Figure Skating event in men’s, and in the pair discipline with his partner Jeanne Chevalier.Bezic is best known for choreographing such winning programs as, Barbara Underhill and Paul Martini (1984 Worlds), Brian Boitano (1988 Winter Olympics), Kristi Yamaguchi (1992 Winter Olympics), Kurt Browning (1993 Worlds), and Tara Lipinski (1998 Winter Olympics).In 2003 Bezic won an Emmy for her Stars on Ice choreography.May settled in Vancouver, British Columbia and began a coaching career.He coached seven skaters to national titles and had many go on to represent Canada at worlds and Olympics.In November 2012 Skate Canada announced the induction of six new members into the Skate Canada Hall of Fame, including builder Norman Scott.
At the 2013 Annual General Meeting and Convention (ACGM) Skate Canada officially welcomed Scott in an induction ceremony that was held at the ACGM annual awards night on Friday, June 7th.
Information on future inductions will be posted on this site as information becomes available.
Inductions are not necessarily held on an annual basis.
On Saturday, January 21, Skate Canada officially entered two more inductees into the Skate Canada Hall of Fame.
Wendy Griner, of Toronto, Ontario entered the Hall of Fame in the athlete category and Sandra Bezic also of Toronto, Ontario entered as a professional.
He was also the first chair of the Hall of Fame Trust.