Breakaway Ice, The Jr. Rangers and North Shore Vipers are thrilled to welcome Jessica and Elliot Hilton to our skill development team. The two finished up a multi-year stint with Disney on Ice last year, and both have been enhancing the skating abilities of figure skaters and hockey players for a decade. Both have backgrounds in competitive skating as well, and will bring their experience to help our players develop their technique, agility, edges, and much more! Read about Jessica and Elliot in their brief bios below!
Elliot Hilton is a professional figure skater with 19 years experience he is from England but now lives in New England.
Brief competitive background.
Former National Squad member, Olympic Squad member. 3 x British National Champion
Junior World, Youth Olympic, European and World figure skating championship competitor.
After competing he skated principal roles in ice shows around the world for the likes of the singer Sting, D.O.I , Nike and even her majesty the Queen. He is now off the road and coaching, wanting to give his knowledge and experience of his sport and fuse his passion of hockey together in order to enhance the players skating abilities to be the best that they can be.
Jessica Hilton is a former professional figure skater for Disney on Ice and has skated around the world performing from 2011-2016. Jessica grew up in Burlington, MA where she now currently resides with her Husband Elliot.
During her competitive career she tested through Senior Freestyle as well as Moves in the Field. She is a Bay State Games gold medalist and State Games of America Bronze medalist. She now coaches professionally for the Winchester Figure Skating Club and Burlington Hockey and Figure Skating association.
While in High school she was on the girls Varsity Hockey team and was team captain for two years. She will use her training in edge detail and control to bring more power and strength to players skating ability. Jessica has over six years of experience teaching the fundamentals of skating to both figure skaters and hockey players and is excited to bring her expertise to this program.