Craig is a champion figure skater and choreographer known for his positive attitude and high energy routines.
Craig turned professional in 1993, and achieved a number of notable career highlights both before and during that period. In 1991 he won the US National title in mens figureskating and is a four-time American/Canadian gold medallist. In 1998 he won the World Professional Bronze medal. He is also highly sought after as a perfomer and has performed ice dance at dozens of high profile shows across the US.
Craig's enthusiasm and commitment are recognised within the ice dance world, as is his perfection. He has received perfect 19 scores for his spins in four consecutive professional competitions and is famous for completing ten double axes in a row in many performances of Toy Story on Ice.
Craig states on his website "I am a Vegan Vegetarian", which may help explain his energy. Krzysztof Korcarz, Performance Supervisor for Holiday on Ice- Hollywood says that Craig "brings a happy and positive attitude to work, never making any problems or complaints and always ready to help everybody. His performances are always the same high standard. I have never seen him lazy or saving energy-even if he has to skate with an injured."
Kristi Blackwell, Performance Director on Toy Story says "his smile, his energy and characterization are incomparable to anyone I have ever worked with. Craig is a high achiever that never settles for anything but his best. Even in the toughest times, the hardest schedule, Craig will challenge his performance by adding more difficulty to his solos. Do you know anyone that has landed thirteen consecutive double axels in one solo after having performed nine shows in three days? Craig Heath, the "ironman" as I call him, has achieved this feat."
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