Figure Skating: A Celebration
Tracing the history of competitive skating, a detailed tribute describes the development of on-ice techniques and skating innovations, features a special section for each of the sport's four disciplines, and includes 150 dramatic photos.
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A History ojCompetitive Skating
The Rise of the North American Skater after the Second World
Television and the Short Program
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