March 19, 1966 |
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
As a competitive skater, Slipchuk won the 1992 Canadian Figure Skating Championships and placed 9th at the 1992 Winter Olympics. He competed five times at the World Figure Skating Championships. His highest placement was seventh, in 1991.
Following his competitive career, Slipchuk skated for two seasons on Stars On Ice and later worked as a coach in Calgary. He was named the High Performance Director of Skate Canada on September 21, 2006.
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- "Michael Slipchuk named Skate Canada High Performance Director". Skate Canada. September 21, 2006. Archived from the original on September 29, 2007.
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