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December 2002, Vol 79, 10
What a Skate America this was!
November 2002, Vol 79, 9
You would think that winning an Olympic medal would entitle you to a little break.
Talk with Timothy Goebel and you'll rethink that - that is, if there's even time to talk with him.
October 2002, Vol 79, 8
Her parents are Canadian. And his father is from Puerto Rico. North and South.
And they met in the middle. It's a theme that runs deep in their relationship, both on and off the ice.
August/September 2002, Vol 79, 7
John Nicks says Sasha Cohen really rekindled his love for skating. One of the most exciting young stars of figure skating, the 2002 U.S. silver medalist is profiled in this issue of SKATING magazine, which should be hitting your mailbox soon.
June/July 2002, Vol 79, 6
The 2002 World Synchronized Skating Championships had everything that one should expect. Held in Rouen, France, April 11-14, there was great skating, a full arena with an enthusiastic crowd, a fight for the gold medal that came right down to the end, and two American teams who were eager to take on the world.
May 2002, Vol 79, 5
It wasn't the Olympics.
Some cynics would even say it wasn't a real World Championships either. Perhaps this year's event was doubly-doomed for cynicism. Not only was it a month after the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, it also took place in Nagano, site of the 1998 Olympic Winter Games.
April 2002, Vol 79, 4
Gold medals and a place in history awaited a number of athletes at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah. A controversy in the pairs event nearly overshadowed the competition, but bronze medals from Timothy Goebel and Michelle Kwan, along with a stunning and surprising gold from Sarah Hughes, helped turn the attention back to the skating.
March 2002, Vol 79, 3
SKATING has the inside scoop on what happened at the State Farm U.S. Championships - find out the story on the senior, junior and novice levels.
February 2002, Vol 79, 2
The Olympic Winter Games are a time when figure skating puts its best skate forward. Millions of people tune in to see the drama and talent of the top skaters in the world. Television ratings will be high - but that doesn't necessarily translate into skyrocketing membership numbers for the U.S. Figure Skating Association. National Skating Week, March 4-10, 2002, hopes to capitalize on the Olympic fervor by giving fans - both young and old alike - incentives to take those first tentative steps on the ice.
January 2002, Vol 79, 1
We're not even going to try and tell you who's going to win or even who will be on the 2002 U.S. Olympic Team. But this month, SKATING gives you - the spectator and fan - a look at some important facts about February's Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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