Figure Skating: A Celebration
Lavishly illustrated with over 175 color photos of international skating stars of the past and present, this is a spectacular tribute to the world of international figure skating. Informative and anecdotal, Smith traces the history of competetive skating, including the development of on-ice techniques and skating innovations. Introduction by Elvis Stojko.
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A History 0 Competitive Skating
The Rise of the North American Skater after the Second World
From Backyard Rink to Olympic Podium and Beyond
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