The Fort Collins Figure Skating Club (FCFSC) is a non-profit, volunteer-based organization dedicated to the sport of figure skating. The club's name changed from Ice Skating Club of Fort Collins to Fort Collins Figure Skating Club in 2010. Founded in 1987, the club's headquarters are located at Edora Pool Ice Center (EPIC) in Fort Collins, Colorado. As a member club of United States Figure Skating (USFS), the FCFSC supports members in all disciplines of competitive figure skating, such as: freeskating, pairs, synchronized skating, ice dance, Showcase, Theater on Ice, and Basic Skills (learn-to-skate). Our club presently serves over 200 members from northern Colorado and southern Wyoming. Since our founding, we have produced regional, sectional and national competitors, as well as champions in freeskate, pairs, national showcase and synchronized team skating.
EPIC is comprised of two NHL ice arenas, and through our partnership with EPIC we have hosted our own local competition, Fort Collins Classic and USFS Skate Colorado Basic Skills Series (formerly Skatefest) for the past twenty years. We have also had the honor of hosting the 2005 U.S. Figure Skating Pacific Coast Synchronized Team Skating Championships, the 2007 U.S. Figure Skating National Showcase, and the 2012 Midwestern Sectional Figure Skating Championships.