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The Cody Figure Skating Club is a small club averaging around 40-50 skaters each season. 

Many CFSC skaters have been members of the club since elementary school, and have built their skills over a number

of years. Others are new to the sport and loving the challenge of working with top class USFSA coaches who travel to teach kids from Cody and the surrounding area as far as Billings) for 22 weeks a year.  


Some kids skate competitively and others purely for fun, but irrespective of skill level, skating teaches everyone that most valuable of life lesson... GET BACK UP!


The club is a 501 (3) (c) Non-profit organization which exists for the benefit of kids in Cody and the surrounding area who want to learn exciting new skills, gain in self-discipline and confidence, expand personal physical capacity, balance and artistic expression... and of course have lots of fun doing it!

The club is fully affiliated to the US Figure Skating Association and is run by volunteer parents.

The club is not a part of the Riley Arena, or the Cody Rec Center. 


We always need help, whether you can offer your time or financial support. 
Please feel free to come to our board meetings and get involved. 

Learn to Skate USA programs make skating fun and safe for all as they grow an everlasting love for this sport. Through our updated curriculum and our certified, passionate instructors, we build solid skill progression to grow self-esteem in both kids and adults while providing them the resources to reach their hopes and dreams.

Fully supported by U.S. Figure Skating, USA Hockey and US Speedskating, with support from Special Olympics, the Professional Skaters Association and the U.S. Ice Rink Association, Learn to Skate USA offers every student a heartfelt welcome, lifelong benefits and fond memories. Passion: It's why Learn to Skate USA is recognized as the world's best ice skating program.


​U.S. Figure Skating is the national governing body for the sport of figure skating in the United States.    

U.S. Figure Skating is a member of the International Skating Union (ISU), the international federation for figure skating, and is a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC).

U.S. Figure Skating is composed of member clubs, collegiate clubs, school-affiliated clubs, individual members, Friends of Figure Skating and Basic Skills programs. It is one of the strongest and largest governing bodies within the winter Olympic movement, with more than 176,000 members in member clubs, collegiate clubs, school-affiliated clubs and Basic Skills programs.

The charter member clubs numbered seven in 1921 when the association was formed and first became a member of the ISU. To date, U.S. Figure Skating has almost 750 member clubs.

The U.S. Figure Skating Basic Skills Program was created in 1968 to serve the needs of both the recreational and competitive skater. Since its inception, the program has taught more than 1.5 million people how to skate. During the 2009-10 season, Basic Skills welcomed 44 new skating schools, bringing the number of active programs throughout the country to 990.

U.S. Figure Skating's national headquarters---located in Colorado Springs, Colo.--is also home to the World Figure Skating Museum & Hall of Fame, which is toured by more than 5,000 visitors annually.

More than 1,000 volunteers serve on U.S. Figure Skating's Board of Directors and numerous committees. Thousands of other volunteers dedicate their time to club activities, judging, officiating and competition management.


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