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December 2001, Vol 78, 10
America's brightest skating stars - both past and present - joined together in a celebration of the legacy of the 1961 U.S. World Team. The stellar cast also paid tribute to those lost in the tragedies of Sept. 11.
November 2001, Vol 78, 9
Little girls across the country dream of growing up to be just like Michelle Kwan. She's extraordinarily talented and successful - and flows across the ice with such grace that, well, she takes your breath away. Being Michelle Kwan, however, isn't always that simple. There's pressure, time commitments and hard work. And yet, she still finds a way to make it look easy.
October 2001, Vol 78, 8
Todd Eldredge is just months away from a possible spot on his third Olympic team. Eldredge, however, is quite a different person from the guy who went after Olympic glory in 1992 and 1998. More relaxed and in tune with life, he still hopes 2002 will be the year he reaches one of his ultimate dreams.
August/September 2001, Vol 78,7
It all adds up to two U.S. silver medals and two World Championship appearances for Tiffany Scott and Philip Dulebohn - best friends on and off the ice. They're back at work and ready to reach for their ultimate dream - competing at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
June/July 2001, Vol 78, 6
Sweden's Team Surprise captured gold for the second straight year at the World Synchronized Team Skating Championships, held April 4-7 in Helsinki, Finland. Amidst increasing difficulty and better technique, the Haydenettes held their own for the United States, finishing fifth behind four synchro powerhouses. Miami University, making its World Championship debut, finished ninth.
May 2001, Vol 78, 5
Michelle Kwan won her fourth World title and defended her gold medal for the first time in her career. Meanwhile, Todd Eldredge and Timothy Goebel combined to give the U.S. three spots for the men at the 2002 Olympics.
April 2001, Vol 78, 4
The mystery of two diverse cultures. The techniques and styles of two marvelously different systems. The result is a wondrous spectacle of dancing on ice by two of the most stunning people in the sport. It is the magic of three-time U.S. dance champions Naomi Lang and Peter Tchernyshev.
March 2001, Vol 78, 3
Seven days ... hundreds of competitors - it all added up to the biggest event of the season - the 2001 State Farm U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
February 2001, Vol 78, 2
With the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City just a year away, SKATING starts its countdown toward the first Winter Games to be held in the U.S. since 1980.
January 2001, Vol 78, 1
The USFSA Memorial Fund celebrates its 40th anniversary this year.
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