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December 2006, Vol. 83, 10

Between being the mother of two daughters, the wife of an NHL defenseman, the director of her own foundation and the spokesperson for National Skating Month, Kristi Yamaguchi's life these days couldn't be any more hectic, or happier.



November 2006, Vol. 83, 9

As Tanith Belbin and Ben Agosto stand on the starting line of the marathon to the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, the three-time U.S. champions are seeking to reinvent themselves, a daunting task.



October 2006, Vol. 83, 8

Ever since she competed in the Olympics and then became World champion back in March, Kimmie Meissner hasn't had a free weekend to herself. She's been here, there and everywhere.



August/September 2006, Vol. 83, 7

Not only are Rena Inoue and John Baldwin still together, now six seasons after they were first paired together, but they have also gone on to win two U.S. pairs titles and earned a trip to the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy.



June/July 2006, Vol. 83, 6

The face of adult skating continues to develop, as was evident at the 11th annual U.S. Adult Championships in Dallas, March 29-April 2.



May 2006, Vol. 83, 5

Miami University unseated the 15-time national champion Haydenettes at the 2006 U.S. Synchronized Skating Championships at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Mich., defeating the Lexington, Mass.-based powerhouse by more than 18 points, 179.72-161.28.



April 2006, Vol. 83, 4

The United States headed into the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy, with its largest contingent of skaters since 1992. There were high hopes for as many as four medals - one more than the team picked up in 2002. Although that goal wasn't reached, Sasha Cohen and the ice dancing team of Tanith Belbin and Ben Agosto won silver medals in the first Olympic Winter Games scored under the new ISU judging system.



March 2006, Vol. 83, 3

Last winter, at a special event in Central Park called "Skating With the Stars, Under the Stars" that featured Olympians such as Michelle Kwan and Dorothy Hamill, the loudest applause went to the skaters of Figure Skating in Harlem, a program started almost by chance that has become a powerful influence in the lives of hundreds of girls.



February 2006, Vol. 83, 2

Sasha Cohen, the 21-year-old from Westwood, Calif., put together winning short and free skate programs en route to her first U.S. Championships title. Kimmie Meissner, a bronze medalist in 2005, moved up one spot to claim silver, while Emily Hughes emerged with the bronze medal.



January 2006, Vol. 83, 1

Michael Weiss is still among the best, both nationally and internationally. He is approaching his 30th birthday, and he just finished his second decade as a skater. He's covered enough ice to span Antarctica. He's as recognizable as they come in the sport.



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