Ice World: Fedor Andreev Photo Gallery fedor andreev. CLICK ON THUMBNAILS BELOW TO VIEW The Following BackgroundHas Been Provided By ice skating Graphice Lovena! http://www.geocities.com/iceworld_ca/album-fedor.html
Online Figure Skating Prayer Chain Men Emanuel Sandhu, Jeffrey Buttle, fedor andreev (NP), Ben Ferreira, up all her time and she hasn t been on the ice to skate since 2003 Canadians. http://www.fs4christ.com/prayerchainforskaters.html
Extractions: Translate this page to your language Copy the URL of this page and past it into the translator. Please pray about the Middle East, the situation with Iraq and for the thousands and thousand around the world who have lost loved ones and those who have gone through drout, bad storms and so on. Iran had a recent earthquake and many need help. Email sent in. CLICK HERE TO SAVE TERI'S LIFE! Sasha Cohen's former coach, Tatiana Tarasova, who use to coach Yagudin is not well. From USFSA website "According to Tarasova, "Lately I have not been feeling well. The amount of travel to Sashas international competitions has adversely affected my health. Physically, I need to have a less rigorous schedule. I will be going back to Russia to take care of myself. I wish Sasha all the best in the future.""
International Skating Union 19.12.1999, Gdansk / POL Junior ice Dancing Final Result Pl. Name Nation TFP CDOD FD 1 fedor andreev made several mistakes during his Free Program. http://ww2.isu.org/figure/events/9900/jgp99final.html
Extractions: (Includes Final Standings) Official Site Pairs Aljona Savchenko and Stanislav Morozov (UKR) took on a thrilling duel contending for first place against Julia Shapiro and Alexey Sokolov (RUS). After the Short Program, the Russians occupied the first position, but in the Free Program, they made several mistakes. Sokolov touched down on the ice on the double axel, positioning the Russians in second. The Ukrainian Pair skated a very clean program, which brought them the victory in the Free Program as well as the gold medal. Their program contained very impressive side by side triple toe, double axel-double toe, triple throw toeloop and many other difficult elements. The other Russian pair Victoria Shliakova and Grigory Petrovsky, who were in third place after the Short Program, kept this position after the Free Program. The couple skated a clean double throw salchow, a side by side triple salchow and a double axle-double toeloop. Ladies Svetlana Bukareva (RUS) skated a very clean Short Program and won the first part of the competition. Unable to hold the pressure in the Free Program the Russian touched down on the ice while performing the triple flip, triple toe and double axel, placing her in third. Deanna Stalleto (USA), third after the Short Program, was able to take this advantage. Stalleto skated a strong Free Program, as she landed clean jumps including a triple lutz-double toe, a triple flip, a double axel-double axel, a triple toe-double toe, a triple lutz and a triple salchow, which won her the gold. Her teammate, Jennifer Kirk, who also accomplished an impressive Free Program, took second place. Kirk placed three high triples and had a very good triple toe-double toe, but missed the double axel in the combination with the triple salchow.
Extractions: Minto Skating Club News Congratulations to Minto Skaters selected for EOS Youth Seminar Jessica Scully Smith Anna McCorriston Ian Gibson Alexandre Pilon Georgia Diotte Congratulations to Minto Skaters selected for Travel Teams: EOS Travel Team Quebec Summer Championships in Pierrefonds, August 17-21, 2005. Pre-Novice Ladies Short - Michelle Minard - 4th Pre-Novice Ladies Long - Michelle Minard - 14th Junior Ladies Short - Alexandrine Chong - 7th
Extractions: By Lesley Herridge Afternoon Practice My day started when I arrived at the stadium for practice. The younger skaters were doing a run-through of the opening and closing numbers with the Elites blocking out their sections of the group numbers. The core group consisted of skaters in the Newfoundland region who are our top pre-novice skaters and our Senior A team skaters. They came together from all over the Eastern Region and Labrador in two days to learn the choreography for 3 numbers. After several run-throughs, including one where Kurt nearly fell on some heel-toe work because he was livening it up a little, it was time for individual practices of the elite skaters and to find the correct lighting for each number. I have no idea, by the way, if Kurt really did trip or was acting. I was able to see many of the performances that would be in the show later that night. For Anabelle and Pratice they worked on blocking with no lifts, throws or twists. The choreography speaks for itself and the routine looked to be fabulous. Belbin and Agosto and Bourne and Kraatz both worked on sections of their routines. It was my first glimpse of Tanith and Ben's competitive programs for the season as they skated their Original and Free Dances. Kurt did a run-through of How Do You Keep the Music Playing?
Extractions: _pic of the week_ Yamato Tamura photo associated press x News Features Events Skaters ... Site Info x Fedor Andreev Scott Hamilton Caryn Kadavy Jennifer Kirk Fumie Suguri x this! click here to enter the 3rd annual caption this! contest x view calendar No major events scheduled. view full list 6.27 Victor Petrenko 6.27 Sarah Wheat 6.27 Tamara Moskvina Maria Butyrskaya 6.28 Rohene Ward 6.23 Laetitia Hubert 6.29 Matthew Gates 6.29 David Jenkins 7.1 Jonathon Hunt Johnny Weir 7.2 Alexander Zhulin x ISU Congress Calls for Change The International Skating Union (ISU) has always been an organization based largely on tradition through the years, as has the sport of figure skating in general. At their most recent biennial Congress, held June 7-11, 2004, in Scheveningen, Netherlands, the ISU, fronted by president Ottavio Cinquanta, decided on many rule changes that will affect figure skating ... continue Canadian Stars on Ice Review Stars on Ice , the worlds most celebrated skating tour. This years tour marked the end of an era. Fans said say good-bye to two of their favorites, 1993 World pairs champions Isabelle Brasseur and Lloyd Eisler ...
Thin Ice Issue 41.4 - Skate Canada Press Release Taking to the ice in the Men s event is fedor andreev. andreev, 21, who calls Richard Callaghan coaches andreev at the Onyx skating Academy in Detroit. http://www.skatinginbc.com/publish41_4/page21.html
Extractions: August 27, 2003 - Gloucester, ON ) - The new ISU judging system, which was tested but never used to judge ISU events last season, will be the official judging system at the Nebelhorn Trophy, the first Senior international event of the season, which will be held Sept. 3-7 in Obertsdorf, Germany. A strong Canadian team of 11 athletes has been assembled for the event and will represent Canada in the Ladies, Men's, Pair and Ice Dance events. Representing Canada in the Ladies event is Barrie, Ont.'s Lesley Hawker . Hawker, 22, placed ninth in the Senior Ladies event at the 2003 BMO Financial Group Canadian Championships. She gained valuable international experience last season by competing in the 2002 World University Games, in which she won the bronze medal in the Ladies event. Hawker is coached by Michelle Leigh out of the Mariposa School of Skating in Barrie. Taking to the ice in the Men's event is Fedor Andreev . Andreev, 21, who calls his hometown Ottawa but lives and trains in Detroit, captured the bronze medal in the Senior Men's event at the 2003 BMO Financial Group Canadian Championships. The 1999 Canadian Junior Men's Champion had a number of international experiences last season, winning the bronze medal at the 2002 Nebelhorn Trophy, finishing sixth at the 2002 Finlandia Trophy and placing ninth at the 2003 ISU Four Continents Championships. Richard Callaghan coaches Andreev at the Onyx Skating Academy in Detroit.
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Onyx Ice Arena Internationallyknown choreographer, Olga Volozhinskaya; 2003 Canadian BronzeMedalist, fedor andreev; 2005 ice Show. Onyx skating Academy Awards http://www.onyxicearena.com/skating_academy.html
Extractions: The Onyx-Suburban Skating Academy was established in the fall of 1999. The club was granted full membership status with the USFSA in the spring of 2002. We offer a coaching staff for all levels of skaters from beginner to competitive; in singles, pairs, and dance. Our program runs all year round at the beautiful Onyx Ice Arena in Rochester, Michigan and Suburban Ice-Macomb in Macomb, Michigan. Click on the links below for more information: The ice schedule Competitive club ice is available six days a week for the fall/winter and spring sessions. Our ice schedule offers early morning sessions four days a week and afternoon sessions Monday through Friday. We offer Saturday morning sessions, as well. The OSA generally runs test sessions every other month. Moves in the Field, Freestyle, Pairs and Dance test applications and Adult Moves in the Field and Freestyle test applications are due at least 10 days prior to the test date. Please be sure applications are properly completed and the payment is attached.
Onyx Ice Arena The Onyx skating Academy was established in the fall of 1999. fedor andreev;2003 Junior Mens National competitor, Dustin Brinsmade; and 2003 Midwestern http://www.suburbanhockey.com/onyxicearena/skating_academy.html
Extractions: The Onyx Skating Academy was established in the fall of 1999. The club was granted full membership status with the USFSA in the spring of 2002. We offer a coaching staff for all levels of skaters from beginner to competitive; in singles, pairs, and dance. Our program runs all year round at the beautiful Onyx Ice Arena in Rochester, Michigan. Competitive club ice is available six days a week for the fall/winter and spring sessions. Our ice schedule offers early morning sessions three days a week and afternoon sessions Monday through Friday. We offer Saturday morning sessions, as well. The summer ice schedule includes sessions Monday through Friday during the day, as well as, off-ice programs several days a week. Most ice sessions in the summer include five minutes of stroking at the end of the session, which is supervised by staff coaches. The OSA generally runs test sessions every other month. Moves in the Field, Freestyle and Pairs test applications and dance test applications are due 14 days prior to the test date.