Mark Mitchell

 
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Mark Mitchell began skating at age five and trained at home rinks in Connecticut and in New York, culminating in winning the U.S. Junior Men’s National title in 1986. He then moved to Boston to train at the Skating Club of Boston. Mark was a two time World Team member and a 1992 Olympic Team alternate. He continued his professional career, skating in many competitions and shows and touring with “Champions On Ice”.

Peter Johansson

 
 

Born in Sweden, Peter Johansson started skating at the age of ten and within a few years was runner-up in the 1983 Swedish Championships. He went on to win his country’s National Championship four times from 1986 to 1990. He competed in the World Championships 4 times and the 1988 Winter Olympic Games. He trained extensively in Sweden, the United States, and Canada.

Mitchell Johansson Method

In 1995, Mark and Peter formed a partnership at the Skating Club of Boston. Together, they have built the Mitchell Johannson Method, an elite, national and international figure skating program. MJM is well-known for its many successful competitive skaters, including World Competitors, Jr. World Champion and many National and International medalists.

Mark, Peter, and the entire MJM team now work with skaters from around the world at their exclusive training facility in Boston, where they focus on one goal—creating champions.

 

Mark's KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

2008, 2011, 2013 World Team Coach

2006, 2007, 2009, and 2013 World Junior Team Coach

Team USA Coach – 2002 to present

US Olympic Committee Developmental Coach of the Year - 2006

Three-time PSA/USFS Developmental Coach of the Year

PSA Master Rated – PSA Level VII Ranked

Olympic Team Alternate - 1992

World Team Member - 1992, 1993

Four-time US senior Medalist 1990 -1993

US Junior Champion - 1986

Peter's KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS

2008, 2011, and 2013 World Team Coach

2006, 2007, 2009, and 2013 World Junior Team Coach

Team USA Coach – 2002 to present

US Olympic Committee Developmental Coach of the Year - 2006

Three-time PSA/USFS Developmental Coach of the Year

PSA Master Rated – PSA Level VII Ranked

Olympic Competitor - 1988

Five time European Championships competitor

Four time World Championships competitor

Four time Swedish National Champion

Director of The High Performance Program, Skating Club of Boston, 2012-2017

Member of the Coaching Staff for USFS "Jump On It" camp, 2016-2017