JENNIFER CARON

Revolution Skating Teams, Director/Head Coach

Private Skating Coach

Rockford Park District Staff Coach


 
Jennifer is the Director of Revolution and the Head Coach for all 6 Synchronized Skating Teams. Having worked as a national team coach for both Team Canada and Team USA, Jennifer has won International medals for both countries. Jennifer was the Head Coach of the Northwestern University Collegiate Synchronized Skating Team for the 2005-2006 season. Jennifer was the Head Coach of the Illinois State University Collegiate Synchronized Skating Team for the 2007-2008 season.

 

Jennifer was born and raised in Toronto, Canada, where she spent ten years of her life enrolled in sport schools for gifted athletes throughout the greater Toronto area. As part of the curriculum, Jennifer spent between four and six hours per day on the ice being trained and coached exclusively by world-class coaches and choreographers, including Lori Nichol, PSA choreographer of the year (1996, 1998, 2001, 2008) and choreographer for Michelle Kwan and Evan Lysacek (2010 Olympic Champion).

 

Jennifer was an original member of the Canadian powerhouse synchronized team, black ice, and in 1999 concluded her successful career by skating for Ice Image, also of Canada (now Nexxice, 2015 World Champions). During her synchronized skating career, Jennifer won 2 Canadian National Championships and four silver medals, several International gold medals, and in 1997, Jennifer was part of the first North American World Champion synchronized skating team.

 

Jennifer moved to the Chicagoland area in 2000 to work for Team USA. She started the very first Revolution Team the next year in 2001.

Meet our Director/Head Coach