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Todd Landon, ChPC

Owner + Head Coach

My skating career began playing competitive Hockey, transitioned to high-performance Speed Skating, and then evolved into coaching and sport administration. I remain a high-performance Speed Skating coach, continue to play Hockey recreationally, and recently began playing co-ed Ringette.

With many years as a volunteer and professional with provincial and national sport organizations I am an experienced and skilled coach, event manager, volunteer manager, team builder, and public speaker.​

Through the Coaching Association of Canada I am recognized as a Chartered Professional Coach, certified Competition-Development Speed Skating Coach with an Advanced Coaching Diploma, and a certified Coach Developer. This builds upon my education background with a Bachelor or Arts in Psychology from Carleton University and a Post Graduate Diploma in Recreation and Leisure Management from Humber College.​

  • Chartered Professional Coach

  • Advanced Coaching Diploma

  • Certified Coach Developer


My motivation for coaching and mentoring is to achieve that moment of performance realization when a plan is achieved. My approach to coaching is that sport is an apprenticeship for life; in a sport environment an individual can develop positive characteristics to benefit personal, academic, and professional endeavours.


I look forward to working with you to enhance your players, coaches', and organization's confidence to perform.

1992 - 2005

Volunteer Coach + Administrator

Community + Provincial Associations

  • Coached at Cambridge, Gloucester, and Newmarket Speed Skating Clubs in Ontario.

  • Represented Skaters on Ontario Speed Skating Association's Board of Directors.

  • Organizing Chair of four Ontario Summer Speed Skating Camps.

  • Coached Ontario Speed Skating teams at several Canadian and North American Championships.

2004 - 2008

Founding President + Head Coach

Milton Speed Skating

  • Received seed funding to acquire equipment and ice time to start a speed skating club in Milton ON.

  • Recruited skaters and volunteers to build and sustain a viable club.

2006 - 2008

Director of Sport Development

Ontario Speed Skating Association

  • Collaborated with the organization's board and clubs to ensure the ongoing growth of the sport.

  • Managed Ontario's 2007 Canada Winter Games Long Track Speed Skating team and mentored the Coach winning 3 gold, 1 silver, and 3 bronze medals.

2008 - 2011

Provincial Coach + Technical Consultant

Manitoba Speed Skating Association

  • Built programs to develop Manitoba athletes towards improved national speed skating ranking.

  • Coached Manitoba's 2011 Canada Winter Games Long Track Speed Skating team winning 1 gold, 1 silver, and 1 bronze medal.

  • Mentored Manitoba's 2011 Canada Winter Games Short Track Speed Skating Coach towards achieving the team's best results in recent Games.

2012 - 2016

Regional Development Mentor

Speed Skating Canada

  • Mentored coaches through practice planning, annual planning, and preparation for major events.

  • Developed coaches facilitating NCCP Competition-Introduction and Competition-Development.

  • Evaluated coaches for NCCP Competition-Introduction and Competition-Development certification.

2012 - 2016

Long Track Coach

Canadian Sport Centre Atlantic

  • Recruited and developed the first ever Atlantic athletes to achieve standards and attend Speed Skating Canada's high-performance long track competitions.

  • Mentored Nova Scotia's 2015 Canada Winter Games Long Track Speed Skating Coach towards achieving the teams best ever Games results.

2017 - Present

Owner + Head Coach

Landonedge Skating + Consulting

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