Jocelyn Taylor-Moore

Jocelyn started skating in 1946 where very quickly she started to excel in the sport. She was invited by the National Skating Association of Great Britain to appear on live television in 1954 to demonstrate her skills. Later in that year she also appeared on television on ice! In 1955 Jocelyn enjoyed success as a Roller Skating performer touring the World in a USA show production. Later in her career, she held the position of Vice President of I.R.S.T.A. (International Roller Skating Trainers Association)

Skating Career & Championship Honours

1951 Professional British Pairs Champion
1952 Professional British Pairs Champion
1953 Professional British Pairs Champion
1953 Professional British Dance Champion
1954 Professional British Pairs Champion
1955 Professional British Pairs Champion
1957 Professional Figure Skating Champion
1960 Professional British Dance Champion
1960 Professional Figure Skating Champion

Jocelyn also passed her Gold Tests in Dance, Figures and Free Skating and Pair Skating

Coaching Career

Jocelyn’s career coaching her pupils has amassed over 100 British Championship titles in all disciplines. As well as British she has also coached World Dance Champions, and numerous medal places at World and European events again covering all disciplines.
Jocelyn has also coached in the USA, Germany and Australia.


Jocelyn was awarded Honorary life membership of our Governing body in 1988 for her services to Roller Skating.

Eastern Regional Service to Sport Award

Service to Sport Award from the Sports Councils of Great Yarmouth, Norwich and Essex

National Coach of Great Britain for all disciplines from 1982 to 1990