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August/September 2002Skating's Fair Lady
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.
Look for exclusive photos of Cohen, along with a profile featuring her thoughts on her comeback from a serious injury, her relationship with Nicks, and her visit with the president at the Olympic Winter Games. The recent high school graduate also talks about her future, both on and off the ice, and how the late Audrey Hepburn lived a life that she wants to emulate.
Read more about the Sasha Cohen and see some fantastic photos of her in SKATING magazine.
Also featured in this issue ...
Appel & Harris 2002 U.S. Junior Champions
by Elizabeth Leamy, Alicia Clott, Amy Rosewater and Michael Watkins
Meet the stars who hold the title of 2002 U.S. junior champion: Colette Appel and Lee Harris in pairs, Louann Donovan in ladies, Loren Galler-Rabinowitz and David Mitchell in ice dancing, and Nicholas LaRoche in men. Read profiles on how they shot to the top of the junior ranks.
Adult: Ice Time with Ginger Whatley
story and photos by Michelle Wojdyla
Since lacing up her first pair of skates eight years ago, Ginger Whatley has jumped head first into the world of skating - both on and off the ice. This "sports junkie" also has a career behind the microphone.
Collegiate: Shining Star
by Laura Fawcett
The all-time leading point scorer in collegiate team competition history, Dartmouth skating alum Emily Schaller, 21, has proven it's possible to keep skating in college while keeping her academic standards high.
Preview: Smart Ones Skate America 2002
by STAR USA
After a three-year stay in Colorado Springs, Colo., Smart Ones Skate America moves to Spokane, Wash. The city has a solid skating history and will be a great place for competitors and fans to visit in October.