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December 2005, Vol. 82, 10

Americans Tanith Belbin and Ben Agosto completed the Smart Ones Skate America hat trick, claiming their third gold medal in the last three years at the ISU Grand Prix kick-off event Oct. 20-23 in Atlantic City, N.J. Read more about the first competition in the ISU Grand Prix Series.



November 2005, Vol. 82, 9

While Evan Lysacek's rise has been meteoric by any standard - especially on the international scene - he points out that it has been sequential, a series of steps in other words.



October 2005, Vol. 82, 8

One of skating's most recognizable faces, Sasha Cohen is no longer the little girl who took the world by storm with her poise and striking angles - and striking features. She's 20 years old, all grown up, a homeowner (along with her mother), and enjoying skating more than ever.



August/September 2005, Vol. 82, 7

Katie Orscher and Garrett Lucash have a bond off the ice - a deep friendship that is almost brother and sister-like. Read about the current U.S. pairs champions.



June/July 2005, Vol. 82, 6

The Haydenettes took their 15 U.S. titles to Goteberg, Sweden, for the premier event of the synchronized skating season. Read about their fourth-place finish at the World Championships.



May 2005, Vol. 82, 5

The United States took three medals at the 2005 World Championships. Read about the competition, including Evan Lysacek's stunning bronze-medal-winning performance.



April 2005, Vol. 82, 4

Costumes are an important part of figure skating. Read about the past and present of costumes, including an in-dept look at Tanith Belbin's costumes.



March 2005, Vol. 82, 3

Entering the 2005 State Farm U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Portland, Ore., Jan. 9-16, everyone expected history would be made. And by the end of the week history had indeed been made, in ways both expected and surprising.

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February 2005, Vol. 82, 2

Love is in in the air. And on the ice, so it seems. Just in time for Valentine's Day, we'll take a look at eight couples who met - and some who got married - on the ice. They are proof positive that Cupid works his magic to warm hearts - even in a cold skating rink ...

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January 2005, Vol 82, 1

Over the span of her 19-year skating career, Michelle Kwan's photo has appeared on the cover of countless magazines: Newsweek, People and Sports Illustrated to name a few. She has been interviewed thousands of times by reporters from all over the globe. She's become a household name and such a recognizable face that it's hard to remember when she wasn't in our lives. Now Kwan has her sights set on Maribel Owen's record for U.S. titles. This month we take a look back at how Kwan got to this point ...

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