Amy is a NCCP Level 3 Coach, and she continues to participate in Professional Development Courses to update and enhance her coaching experience. Amy Caskey began her synchro career in Peterborough, Ontario with the Kawartha-Trent Synchro Club. She moved to OSSC in 1994, and was a member of the club until 2004. In 1995, Amy was named to Canada’s Junior National Team where her team won Gold at the Junior World Championships. She continued to meet with great success as an athlete, as a member of the National B Team (1998-2000) and the National A Team and Centre of Excellence (2000-2003). Some of her victories include a Bronze medal at the World Aquatic Championships in 2001, first place at the German Open in 2003, and a Silver medal at the Pan American Games in 2003.
Amy is the proud to be entering her second year as coach of the OSSC Masters.
We are so fortunate at the OSSC to be benefiting from Amy’s rich and varied coaching experience both at home and internationally. In 2004, Amy began coaching Tier 6 and 7 at Optima Synchro where she quickly earned a reputation as a kind and fair coach with great technical and creative abilities. She then coached at Variety Village (2005-2007) and at the Granite Club (2007-2008). On an International level, Amy coached the Venezuelan National Team (2005-2006) in preparation for the South American Games in Cartagena, Columbia. In 2007 she ran a synchro camp in Hampshire, England and choreographed a combo routine for the Rushmoor Synchro Club in London.
Most recently, Amy met with great success as the Head Coach of the Team Ontario Junior Team at the US Open in Cleveland, Ohio (July 2008) where her athletes won Gold medals in the Team, Solo and Duet events, and a Silver in Combo.
Coaching Experience :
2009 Head Coach, Team Ontario Junior
2008 Head Coach, Team Ontario Junior
2007 Apprentice Coach, Canada Winter Games