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Sandra (Boyce) Moloney

Sandra Boyce, the daughter of Bonnie and Bob Boyce, is a Peterborough native born with a natural talent for figure skating.  At the age of six, Sandra began her athletic career representing the Peterborough Figure Skating Club. Under the guidance of Anne Yeo, Sandra completed the highest tests in figure skating, by earning gold in figures, free skate and dance. Sandra’s pursuit of excellence propelled her into the elite class of Canadian figure skating.

To begin her competitive career, Sandra placed first in the 1975 Novice Sectionals earning five first place marks, advancing to place second at the Eastern Canadian Championships. Sandra went on to achieve gold in figures, and free style at the Eastern Ontario Junior Championships; bronze at the Ontario Winter Games in 1974; bronze in the Ontario Junior Sectionals and bronze in the Central Canadian Figure Skating Championships.  At her peak, Sandra finished fifth at Junior Ladies at the 1979 Canadian Figure Skating Championships. In 1976 Sandra had the honour of being selected to represent Canada at the US Bicentennial Celebrations at Rockefeller Square, New York City.

Sandra pursued her passion by coaching figure skating for thirty years, including the careers of her three daughters.  Sandra continues to coach hockey skating in the Durham area where she makes her home, in Oshawa.

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