Jeff Ingrum brings 42 years of experience in the Roller Skating industry to the NRSA board. He has been the President and owner of Skate City since 1983. He has been committed to roller sports since the beginning. In January of 1984, Jeff started Roller Hockey in the state of Colorado! He has grown the company over the years and currently operates seven Skate City locations as well as the Xfinity Roller Sports Arena, the only facility in America that was designed and built specifically to host roller sports competitions and events. Under his leadership, Skate City started and developed Skate City Sports which boasts over 2000 members and features programs in a variety of roller sports disciplines including 160 members in speed skating and 100 members in artistic skating.
Jeff’s commitment to roller sports extends into coaching. He has coached Inline and Rink Hockey teams for 25 years including numerous National Championship Teams in Junior Olympic and Standard Ball Hockey.
Colby Moyer attended his first National Championship in 2007 in Fort Smith, Arkansas and has been involved in rink hockey ever since. He has been to 12 National Championships, earning five MVP Awards and 10 gold medals. Colby has had the opportunity to represent Team USA three times with the junior program and has captained the team twice. Colby was part of the American team that won the FIRS Cup in 2017 in Nanjing, China. In 2022, Colby captained Team USA to a Challenger’s Cup victory. He was named the USARS Rink Hockey Player of the Year Award in 2016.
Colby's goal is to use his love and dedication to rink hockey to help grow youth clubs in Colorado and all around the United States.
Jim Jost started his skating career at age nine in Chicago, Illinois. Roller skating quickly became a part of his weekly routine and he skated competitively from 13 to well into his forties. Jim has participated in artistic, roller hockey and quad speed skating, winning regionals in all three disciplines. In his forties Jim became a coach and referee producing, several national championship teams. Late during his skating career he owned the Mukwonago’s Skate Connection roller rink for 18 years, and he started a company named Roller Sports Equipment (RSE) which creates designs and distributes rink hockey equipment. Several of the RSE designs have been used by rink hockey world teams in Brazil, Mexico and the USA. In 2021 Jim formed a new roller hockey organization the American Rink Hockey Association (ARHA) and was responsible for all aspects of the organization.
Kendall has played hockey since 1998, beginning in the youth rec hockey leagues at Skate City. Over the years she has played both ice hockey and inline hockey at the highest levels. In high school she competed nationally for Colorado Select, a youth girls AAA ice hockey club, and competed with SIHA's most competitive inline hockey team, the Stallions. In college, Kendall captained Ohio State University's Division I women's ice hockey team, leading her team in scoring her senior year. Most recently, she has competed for two seasons with Team USA Inline Hockey, traveling to Asiago, Italy in 2018 and Barcelona, Spain in 2019, finishing first place in both tournaments. She also plays in the semi-pro division of the Professional Inline Hockey Association.
C.J. Yoder is one of the most accomplished inline hockey players in the world. He played for Team USA for 19 years, including 14 seasons as team captain. In his career, C.J. has won 19 International gold medals, two Pan-American Games gold medals, one World Games gold medal and two European Championships with the Asiago Vipers. C.J was named the USARS Inline Player of the Year by in 2004 and was inducted into the USARS Inline Hockey Hall of Fame in 2020.
C.J. looks forward his new role with NRS as he continues to promote inline hockey and lay the foundation for the sport to grow into the future.
Erin is the lead director of the artistic program for the National Roller Sports Association. She has been involved in the competitive roller skating industry for almost 30 years, including representing Team USA ten times in international competition in three different disciplines, bringing home two silvers and one bronze. She is the artistic director, head coach, and club president of the Skate City Sports Artistic Skating Club, with club memberships reaching over 100 skaters, making it the largest artistic roller skating club in the country.
Erin attributes much of her success as a coach and building a thriving club to her mother’s mentorship, having a well rounded skating foundation, and implementing many of the concepts, tools and experiences she had while teaching ballroom dance with Arthur Murray School of Dance.
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