Figure Skating Championships

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Sports In Spokane, Washington - Hosting Major Events - 2007 U.S. Figure Skating Championship
... Figure Skating Championships ... previous mark of 125,000 set by the 2002 United States Figure Skating Championships in Los Angeles and was later named the Sports Event of the Year by Sports Travel Magazine ... Spokane was also a candidate city for the 2009 World Figure Skating Championships, losing its bid to Los Angeles ...
Adam Rippon - Detailed Results - Pre-2009
... March 1, 2009 ... ISU World Junior Championships Junior 1 74.30 1 147.70 1 222.00 January 18–25, 2009 ... United States Figure Skating Championships Senior 12 62.22 6 131.54 7 193.76 November 21–23 ...
Sports Broadcasting Contracts In Montenegro - Figure Skating
... European Figure Skating Championships RTCG, RTCG 2 and Eurosport World Figure Skating Championships RTCG, RTCG 2 and Eurosport Four Continents Figure ...
Sepp Schönmetzler - Biography - Competitive Career
... Sepp Schönmetzler began skating at age four ... In addition to figure skating, Schönmetzler also competed in golf, tennis and shaolin temple boxing ... He won the German Figure Skating Championships in 1962 and 1965 ...
Sara Falotico
... June 1984 in Seraing, Wallonia, Belgium) is a Belgian figure skater ... She competed three times at the World Figure Skating Championships, with a highest placement of 25, achieved in 2003 four times at the European Figure Skating Championships, with a highest placement of 21st in ...

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