Coach Holly has been with us for many years and trains and mentors our skaters, offering professional and quality guidance throughout the season. Holly is a positive and driven coach who leads the program with a fun flair and focus on team spirit.
A bit about Holly...
I live in Milden with my husband Travis and our daughters Ella and Taylor. I grew up in Milden and we moved back in 2010 to build our family and business. I have been coaching since 2003 and worked with smaller clubs as well as the Lethbridge Skating Club before moving back to Sask. I now coach in Outlook(2012), Rosetown(2011) and Milden(2011) and enjoy teaching all levels of the sport.
In addition to my on ice coaching I am involved with the development of skating in Saskatchewan. I have sat on the Coaches Core Committee and the Skating Programs committee for 4 years and enjoy getting to be involved with the planning of events and programs in our province.
I enjoy all aspects of the sport but my passion is synchronized skating after competing for 7 years and attending Nationals twice with my team. My coaching philosophy is to encourage skaters to take advantage of every opportunity that is available to them. I want skaters to grow, take risks and become hardworking and responsible athletes.
Assistant Coach - CanSkate & Star Skate
As our program continues to grow, so does our coaching staff. Our club is fortunate to have Kalene coach our skaters again this season.
Kalene works closely with our skaters to make sure they’re performing to the best of their ability.
A bit about Kalene...
Hi Everyone! My name is Kalene Eliason and I am entering my 3rd year coaching with the Outlook Skating Club. I grew up in Rosetown, Sk where I began skating at age 4 in the Canskate Program. I continued with the Rosetown Elkette Sating Club until the age of 18. I have numerous years of coaching experience with the Rosetown Skating Club’s Canskate Program as well as coaching with the Biggar Skating Club from 2009-2011 in their StarSkate Program. Aside from coaching, I competed throughout my teenage years at regional and provincial competitions. In 2006, I attended the Saskatchewan Winter Games to compete in Freeskate and was invited to the join the developmental team for Skate Saskatchewan. I always had a passion for dance and was able to achieve my Gold level dances in my graduating year. After a few years off the ice, I was reminded how much I love skating and coaching with joining Outlook’s club last season – I look forward to this upcoming year!
We are super proud of the program assistants who volunteer their time on the ice for hundreds of hours each year mentoring the next generation of skaters in the CanSkate program. We have close to a dozen program assistants each year!
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BRENT & JORDAN
In 2018, Brent & Jordan joined forces with our club for our first year of Power Skating. Their time, expertise and dedication lead to great success of the club's new program.
A bit about Brent...
Brent has been part of various parts of minors sport here in Outlook since 2014. He has a passion for sport and the goal of all participants focusing on skill development, so the players can figure out the tactical part of the game with confidence in all directions and speeds! Since completing his Kinesiology degree in 2009, his passion for proper biomechanics is what brought him into power skating and he is looking forward to another great season!
A bit about Jordan...
I coach power skating with the skate club, this will be my second year of coaching power skating with the club. I have coached hockey and baseball in different roles over the past few years as well. I took Canskate when I was four and started playing hockey when I was five and have been playing since. I have taken a few different coaching courses some hockey specific and a few skating specific courses to help teach our skaters to be the best they can, I am looking forward to another season on the ice!