Sometimes fairy tales do happen. Ten years ago, today, the stage for one of skating’s greatest Happily Ever Afters was the bitterly cold PostFinance Arena at the European Figure Skating Championships in Bern, Switzerland and Sarah Meier was our Cinderella.
The 2011 European Figure Skating Championships in Bern, Switzerland that took place exactly a decade ago this week were an unforgettable competition for a variety of reasons. Ten years on the memories are still vivid for those of us who attended.
Six years on from his move to Montreal, Romain Haguenauer has become one of the key players behind an ice dance revolution that has changed the sport. With over two decades as an elite coach behind him, Haguenauer continues to see new possibilities ahead even during these uncertain times.
With her first victory on the international circuit and a duo of Grand Prix medals, 2019-
2020 has arguably been Mariah Bell’s most successful season so far in her career. As the
United States Championships get under way this week, she is not resting on her laurels
and is aiming to build on those achievements. (more…)
After an absence of almost a decade top level figure skating returned to Turin’s Palavela and as ever with Grand Prix Finals the competition flew by in a blur of outstanding performances and emotional moments. (more…)