How to Jump and Spin on In-Line Skates

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AuthorHouse, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 120 pages
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Julie Tremont enjoys the solitude of a quiet life on the ranch with her horse when an unexpected visitor shows up. She quickly realizes how things can change in an instant when she is pulled into the nightmare of the visitor's life. Julie and her best friend will have to pull out all the stops if there is any hope of surviving the ordeal. They find themselves deeply involved in a mix of drugs, money and murder.  Julie wonders if anyone  is who they appear to be.

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About the author (2000)

Farris began skating in 1964. In 1975 she won a silver medal in the U.S. National Figure Skating Championships and became a U.S. Figure Skating Association Gold Medallist in 1976. In 1983 she began her career as an ice skating coach. She directs and coordinates skating programs at both the Ice Arena at Chapel Hills Mall and at Honnen Ice Rink at Colorado College.

Gendernalik began skating in Saint Petersburg, Russia and competed in the National Championships in Russia. In 1979 three years after graduating from the Academy of Sport Science and Physical Education with a B.S. degree, she started teaching in the U.S. She is Master Rated by the Professional Skaters Association and teaches figures, freestyle, field moves and choreography.

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