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US Figure Skating promoter Sarah Arnold

“ like the Rockettes on ice because synchronized skating includes intricate footwork on skates. Many synchronized skaters are very involved in the singles side of figure skating. The sport requires lots of practice, rigorous tests and hours on the ice to become a top-level synchronized skater,” says Sarah Arnold, manager of athlete development at US Figure Skating in Colorado Springs. “We lived on a pond, so my parents wanted to be sure my brother and I could skate. “At age four, I started the learn-to-skate program at the University School of Milwaukee. Little did I know at that time that skating would turn into a lifetime passion. At age 25, I skate as often as I can.” Group skating lessons became a routine part of […]
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