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Puzzles by Joel Kaplow 1 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 12 13 11 6 2


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1 ___ Hamill was the third World fig- ure skating champ from the U.S. to compete on “Dancing with the Stars,” but had to bow out due to back prob- lems.


3 How many medals did the U.S. bring home from the World Junior Figure Skating Championships in March?


6 When pairs skaters or ice dancers do the same maneuver as their partner, but in opposite directions, it’s called ___ skating.


7 When pairs skaters or ice dancers per- form the same maneuver in the same direction as their partner, it’s called ___ skating.


11 ___ Denney and Brandon Frazier of the U.S. brought home the pairs gold from Junior Worlds.


12 If you’re carrying your skates, or walk- ing with your skates on off the ice, it’s important to have plastic or rubber blade ___ attached, which not only protect them, but protect you and others from getting poked or sliced.


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13 Joshua Farris, Jason Brown and Sho- taro Omori accomplished a first-time ___ of the men’s Junior Worlds medal stand for the U.S. by having it all to themselves.


14 One reason everything ___ and Char-


lie White touch turns to gold? They’ve been skating together since 1997! (2 wds.)


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2 When the World Synchronized Figure Skating Championships were held in Boston, it marked the ___ time the U.S. has played host since they began in 2000.


3 True or false? Ice dancing blades are exactly the same length as figure skating blades.


4 U.S. ice dancers Alexandra Aldridge and Daniel Eaton grabbed this medal at Junior Worlds for the second year in a row.


5 Everyone is buzzing about the up- coming Olympics in Sochi, but do you remember which city hosted the last Winter Games in 2010?


8 Once you’ve dried your blades after a skate, it’s important to put ___ on them to keep condensation away, which can cause rust.


9 At Junior Worlds, the ladies from ___ had the same outcome as the U.S. men. What country did they repre- sent? (Hint: It’s where Sochi is found.)


10 During Jason Brown’s free skate at Ju- nior Worlds, he landed two clean ___ Axels for the first time.


D O R O T H Y H A M I L L Z P K G U K L I I T O E P I C K S T Z I X S E L Z Z I W T N I Z E H P U Y N X R E T X T Y M F S V R R A C H A E L F L A T T O I A O H A M F E X T U G Z Z E F U N W L U R U L E M D G X F W Z N L J F P Z H P Y I W E Q T U O O Y U Y D U S I R J A S I D T V W S M Z F B F R M M T C R N D S H A P R Z W N T J E I N T E R S E C T I O N S Y H A F F N P O P P E D J U M P Z M L R G K Q Q L W K W W B W D E Z I N O R H C N Y S U C S


Hi skaters! Try to find and circle the words listed below hid- den in the box of letters. The words will appear in a straight line in any direction (up, down, forward, backward or diag- onally), and some words may overlap and share letters. Find them all and you’ll be on top of the medal podium!


DOROTHY HAMILL EVAN LYSACEK INTERSECTIONS POPPED JUMP RACHAEL FLATT


42 JUNE/JULY 2013


SYNCHRONIZED THROW JUMP TOE PICKS TRIPLE AXEL TWIZZLES


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