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Barry Mittan .:. Figure Skating Articles his mother enrolled him in skating school in was 13 when he switched to ice dancing retiredafter marrying 1996 European men s champion viacheslav zagorodniuk. http://www.jbmittan.com/aboutart/humphreys.htm
Extractions: Used on About.com on 08/12/01 Since the glory days of Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean, British ice dancing has been in a state of disrepair. Marika Humphreys and Vitaliy Baranov hope to change that by bringing British ice dance back to the Olympics, hopefully in 2002. Humphreys, arguably Great Britain's most talented ice dancer since Torvill, has reached the top 16 in the world three times since 1994 with three different partners. But to reach the top in ice dancing, continuity is a must. With husband Baranov by her side, Humphreys may now be able to reach that goal. A natural dancer, Humphreys started her career in ballet when she was only three and continued to dance until she was 21, gaining her performer's qualification but not completing her teacher's certification. She started skating when she was six. "My brother had been skating with a friend and thought I might like it because I was already attending ballet," she said. "I went along and soon got into the swing of it." Even though she specialized in dance, she competed for fun in ladies as well, progressing as far as a double axel.
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American Open 2001 Article did not cover enough ice. The most memorable performances all provided snapshotsof what pro skating is today. viacheslav zagorodniuk s Greased Lightnin http://www.plover.com/colorcommentary/amopen2001article.html
Extractions: Article originally written for the now-defunct 6.0 Skate magazine What is professional skating? What should it be? And who gets to decide? These were the questions on the table at the fourth American Open, held December 3-5, 2001 in Philadelphia. Conducted by the Professional Figure Skaters Cooperative (PFSC) and hosted by Brian Boitano, this event is the closest that the skating world comes to organized activism. It is "by the skaters, for the skaters," in the words of organizer Scott Williams it's the only completely open (not invitational) pro competition. The rules are decided by the PFSC board of directors instead of by non-skating event organizers, giving pro skaters a voice in determining the criteria by which they believe their skating may best be judged. Competitors came from all corners of the professional skating world. Some, such as Canadian pair skaters Jodeyne Higgins and Sean Rice, skated programs that closely resembled the element-based approach of ISU-eligible skating. Others, such as the acrobatic team Vladimir Besedin and Oleksei Polichuk, winners in the American Open's highly-regarded "Show Act" category, presented programs that used skating technique as the medium for a completely entertainment-oriented act. Professional skating shows were well represented, from Angelika Krylova and Oleg Ovsiannikov of Stars on Ice to several athletic skaters, including Junko Yaginuma and Masakazu Kagiyama, from Japan's Prince Ice World tour.
Men 4, Scott Davis, USA, 5, 4. 5, viacheslav zagorodniuk, UKR, 3, 7. Early in the warmupwhile skating near the boards, he tripped in an icechip frozen to the ice. http://www.iceskatingintnl.com/archive/results/sk8us97m.htm
Extractions: Men Starting Order - Short Program Jayson Denommee Alexander Abt Michael Chack Evgeni Plushenko Gabriel Monnier Evgeny Pliuta Jens Ter Laak Scott Davis Todd Eldredge Stanick Jeanette Takeshi Honda Viacheslav Zagorodniuk Short Program Place Skater Country Todd Eldredge USA Evgeni Plushenko RUS Viacheslav Zagorodniuk UKR Alexander Abt RUS Scott Davis USA Jayson Denommee CAN Jens Ter Laak GER Stanick Jeanette FRA Takeshi Honda JPN Michael Chack USA Evgeny Pliuta UKR Gabriel Monnier FRA Notes: Eldredge had things covered tonight landing a solid triple Axel - triple toe, and triple Lutz. He skated with speed, strength and confidence. Plushenko also skated well, landing triple Axel - triple toe, triple Lutz, and included a nice Biellmann spin - a rarity for a man. Zagorodniuk took third primarily by virtue of standing up (though not skating clean) and having a strong presentation. He landed a wild triple Axel - double toe combination and a double flutz. Abt, who showed promise two years ago but then was hampered by injury, skated a weird tango number that was well presented but he struggled with the jumps. He landed triple Axel - single toe and triple Lutz. Davis continues to stick with the jazz/big-band numbers he has been putting on the ice since the dawn of time. He skated with speed and energy, and with great spins; but made two errors on the jumps, falling on the triple Axel leading off his combination, and later stepped out of triple flip. Honda left a beautiful triple Axel - triple toe in the warmup, landing single Axel - triple toe in the program and falling on triple flip. Chack repeated his tango number from last year, which was well presented, but with a single Axel, triple Lutz - double toe, and a double flip his jumps are not competitive.
International Figure Skating - Past Feature can t pronounce names like viacheslav zagorodniuk or Anton preferential treatmentby the ice rink management. Obviously, the American skating community does http://www.ifsmagazine.com/feature38.html
Extractions: NOW "IS IT ALL THAT IT'S CRACKED UP TO BE?" by Randy Gardner As I was coming up through the ranks in pairs skating from the years of 1974-1980, my partner, Tai Babilonia, and I were very often in direct competition with the top pair teams from Russia. My association with the Russian teams was strictly cordial. I was never allowed to get too close but always admired their high standards and work ethics in the discipline. I always wondered what these fine skaters would do after retiring from amateur skating. We Americans had the freedom to turn professional, join an ice show, coach, or go back to school, get a degree and pursue any career we desired. I saw several of the eastern skaters turn to coaching; some went back to college, but they had little opportunity to continue skating at a professional level. Obviously, things have changed since then. As skaters, coaches, and ice rink owners, Europeans have landed on American turf in search of the American dream. One question I would like to ask them: Is it all that it's cracked up to be? As a director and choreographer of many ice shows during the past 11 years, I have been able to work with many foreign skaters and observe their first year as professionals in the United States. They arrive here with the ambition of a child on the first day of school. They all work very hard, and each one of them is a champion in their own right. But does the American public have the same admiration for these skaters that they do for their American brethren? This is an interesting question.
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Extractions: Photo by Dana Alessi I'm Rudy's east coast web master for this site (so there is a bias!) and am attending both nights of the Jefferson Pilot Pro Skating Championships at the brand new Bi Lo Center in Greenville, SC, October 9-10. This event features all four disciplines (men and women's singles, pairs, and dance), with three performances from all of the competitors. The men completed two of their programs, the technical and artistic, on Friday night during nearly five hours of wonderful skating. Competitors in the men's event in addition to Rudy were Brian Boitano, Victor Petrenko, Philippe Candeloro, Viacheslaw Zagorodniuk (Zaggy), and Igor Pashkevich. The men led off, with the skaters entering the ice area about 30 feet from where I was sitting. I first saw Laura with the coaches, then Rudy in the sailor suit, so two questions were promptly answered...She is still traveling with him, and he was doing the "Village People" program first. The skaters went out for a six minute warmup, and all did not appear to be well with Rudy, although he didn't seem to be injured. He glanced back at Laura several times, shook his head, and had a bad fall. (Laura, on the other hand, looked gorgeous. The people around us kept asking who she was and were intrigued with how her hair shone under the bright lights as well as the fact she was expecting a baby in mid December!) I hoped maybe I had read something false into the warmup, but when Rudy skated the "Village People" number which he did with great energy night after night on the COI Tour, it just wasn't there. He tried his heart out, but singled the opening triple axel (?) attempt, had a fall, and wasn't the powerhouse he had been all year in this program. To his credit, he got the crowd behind him, and they really enjoyed the lighter number after several more serious offerings. This was one of the first times since Rudy turned professional that I thought he got an ok break on the scores, receiving a total of 97.0, putting him in third place after the technical program behind Brian Boitano and Victor Petrenko. (More about Boitano later.)