Figure Skating in Sweden Olympic Figure Skaters of Sweden, Swedish Figure Skating Championships, Swedish Figure Skating Championships by Year

ISBN-10: 1156050456
ISBN-13: 9781156050453
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List price: $14.14
Publisher: General Books LLC
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 216
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.49" tall
Weight: 0.726
Language: English

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 36. Chapters: 1897 World Figure Skating Championships, 1901 World Figure Skating Championships, 1905 World Figure Skating Championships, 1909 World Figure Skating Championships, 1912 European Figure Skating Championships, 1913 World Figure Skating Championships, 1922 World Figure Skating Championships, 1926 World Figure Skating Championships, 1933 World Figure Skating Championships, 1934 World Figure Skating Championships, 1938 World Figure Skating Championships, 1947 World Figure Skating Championships, 1968 European Figure Skating Championships, 1972 European Figure Skating Championships, 1976 World Figure Skating Championships, 1980 European Figure Skating Championships, 1985 European Figure Skating Championships, 1999 Nordic Figure Skating Championships, 2003 European Figure Skating Championships, 2004 Nordic Figure Skating Championships, 2008 World Figure Skating Championships, 2009 Nordic Figure Skating Championships, Figure skating at the 1997 European Youth Olympic Festival, Swedish Figure Skating Championships. Excerpt: The Swedish Figure Skating Championships (Swedish: ) are a figure skating national championship held annually to determine the national champions of Sweden. The 2008 World Figure Skating Championships was the World Figure Skating Championships of the 2007-2008 figure skating season. The World Championships are an annual figure skating competition in which elite figure skaters compete for the title of World Champion. The event was open to figure skaters from ISU member nations. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies singles, pair skating, and ice dancing. The 2008 Championships were held in Gothenburg, Sweden at the Scandinavium arena from March 17 to 23, 2008. Figure skaters are entered into the championships by country. Each International Skating Union Member (national association) may enter one skater or team in each event. Some countries are permitted to enter 2 or 3 participants if their skaters performed well at the previous championship. See below section. Because of the large number of entries at the World Championships, only the top 24 single skaters and top 20 pairs advanced to the free skate after the short program. In ice dance, the top 30 couples in the compulsory dance advanced to the original dance, and the top 24 couples after the original dance advanced to the free dance. To compete, skaters must have reached the age of 15 by July 1 of the previous year. The 2008 World Junior Figure Skating Championships was the corresponding competition for junior-age-eligible skaters. The men's podium. From left: Johnny Weir (3rd), Jeffrey Buttle (1st), Brian Joubert (2nd).Jeffrey Buttle was the fourth Canadian man to win the world title. He set off a controversy because he did not attempt a quadruple jump. Brian Joubert the silver medalist criticized the system for producing a winner who did not do or try a quadruple jump. This set off the first of many debates on the value of the quads and what men's figure skating should be about that woul

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