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Aerial Ice Has Got Talent

August 13, 2013 by  
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By Nicolette House Joel Dear always knew he wanted to fly; it was just a question of how. Certainly the feeling of an effortless glide across the ice was close to flying, but not close enough. Caught between the idea of attending flight school to become a pilot or continuing with his figure skating career, […]

The Joy of Coaching

July 29, 2013 by  
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The Joy of Coaching It is my good fortune to be in Sun Valley amongst the greatest athletes and coaches in the world. At any givenmoment, I can see a past Olympian, an elite athlete in training or a master coach not only in the sport of figure skating but in any sport that incorporates […]

What Makes You an Expert?

May 23, 2013 by  
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If you have listened to any marketers lately, you most likely were given the advice to establish yourself as an expert in the field. Write articles and books and blogs and whatever else you can think of that confirms you are, indeed, an expert, and find sources that you can just make your own. Sound […]

Colorado Springs Could Be a Figure Skating Fairyland

May 23, 2013 by  
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By Jo Ann Schneider Farris When I was a young ice skater, when SKATING Magazine arrived each month, I couldn’t wait to read every article and look at every photo.  I even enjoyed looking at the advertisements!  One photo, that always intrigued me was a photo of the beautiful Broadmoor World Arena in Colorado Springs, […]

Q&A with Allison Manley- figure skating podcast extraordinaire

May 15, 2013 by  
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Allison Manley doesn’t have your typical second job. It’s not often that a website  designer wakes at the crack of dawn to train as a figure skater and compete in  the United States Adult National Championships. That’s just one aspect that  makes up the many interesting facets of Allison Manley. As if running her own […]

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