Loyalist Skating Club Coaches

Alexandra Wright

Regional Coach /

Alex began coaching in 2017 at the age of 16 after retiring from a nine-year competitive skating career. In her skating career, she trained part-time in Ottawa and trained up to the Novice competitive level. She placed 5th at the Skate Ontario Provincial Championships at the Pre-Juvenile level, and competed at EO Sectionals several times. She has Skate Canada Quadruple Gold Test status, and is a Skate Canada Technical Official. Alex’s specialty is FreeSkate and Choreography, and encourages her skaters to strive for quality and excellence while having fun.   She takes interest in personal fitness and weight training and is always looking to help skaters reach their potential by attending workshops and seminars to maximize her coaching abilities.  Alex is a currently a full time student at Queen’s University in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies and has aspirations of becoming a physician. 

Lindsey Bilow

Regional Coach /

Lindsey has been coaching at LSC since 2012. She grew up skating at LSC and is so passionate about the sport that she continues to train as as part of Skate Canada’s Skate for Life program as an adult. Lindsey loves to have a good time on the ice and shares her joy with her students, fellow skaters and coaching colleagues.

Stephanie Spencer

Regional Coach /

Stephanie has been coaching since 1996, and began coaching here at LSC in 1999. Last year she celebrated her 20th year as an LSC coach. She has attended several workshops and coaching seminars sanctioned by Skate Canada to keep up-to-date on changing program requirements. Stephanie runs a full time at a daycare and shows a passion for working with children both on and off the ice. Stephanie’s biggest goal in coaching is to always push her skaters to reach their goals and maximize their potential, as well as strive for their best personal results at competitions. Stephanie is always encouraging her skaters to compete and set new goals for each season and competition, all while ensuring skating is a positive and fun environment for the skaters.

Sylvie Kendell

Regional Coach /

Sylvie has been coaching for the past 6 years. She began skating when she was 5 years old in her hometown of Quebec City. After a few years competing, she decided to skate recreationally and coached the old Canskate program for over 4 years. She stepped away from the sport when she joined the Canadian Armed Forces in 1997. After moving to Kingston in 2015, she joined FHHSC as an adult skater and got back to coaching. She completed her CanSkate certification, is STARSKATE Regional and CanPowerSkate coach trained. Sylvie is very passionate about skating and enjoys sharing that love with people of all ages and all levels. She has also skated with the adult team of the Kingston Synchronized Skating Club for 2 years before the Covid pandemic.

Outside of the rink, Sylvie has been serving in the CAF for over 24 years. She is married and has 3 wonderful children who are very involved in sports. She loves cheering her boys at hockey, football and soccer, and her daughter at skating, soccer and swimming. In her little spare time, she enjoys camping with the family, reading, painting, skiing and watching movies.

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