Lee Harris joined the Buckeye staff as a conditioning coach in Fall 2017.
Harris brings a unique hockey and figure skating background to the Buckeyes as the team’s conditioning coach. He focuses on proper body awareness and technique, running the Buckeyes through drills to build on their existing foundation, helping them add new aspects to their skating and fitness. He has worked with players from all ages and skill levels, from youth to the NHL.
Harris, a native of Harrow, Ontario, was competing internationally for Canada in figure skating and playing Canadian junior hockey by age 17. In 2000 he moved to Hartford, Conn., to focus on his figure skating and he was the 2002 National Junior Champion and competed in the 2002 Junior World Championships, retiring from competitive figure skating in 2006. His career coaching skating skills started in Hartford and he moved to Columbus in 2011, where he currently runs the Lee Harris Skating System.
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