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Editor’s letter Icebreakers Where are they now? PSA Conference Tornado relief Harmony claims TOI title Motion analysis system Chicago-area Basic Skills In synch Plus 10 lists Edmunds, Zhou features High school awards Social media and clubs Athlete Corner Skating in Schools Rinkside Adult Corner Kids Zone Kids Spotlight S.T.A.R.S. Results Combined Report of Action Classifi eds Puzzle answers


On the cover


Photo credit: NBC Olympics/USOC U.S. champion Max Aaron spent much of his youth play- ing in highly competitive hockey leagues in his native Ar- izona. A serious back injury, though, helped him make up his mind to concentrate on his fi gure skating career. Early in 2013, Aaron showed the world his vast athleticism and talent by claiming the country’s top prize. His remarkable jumping prowess and evolving artistic side have him in a favorable position entering this Olympic season. Reporter Sarah Brannen caught up with this dynamic skater at his training home in Colorado Springs, Colo. A story on Aaron begins on page 22.


Motion analysis system helping skaters reach new heights.


SKATING


Boston selected as host of 2016 World Championships.


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Skaters pumped up about their Grand Prix Series debut.


SC of Boston’s Skating in Schools program making a diff erence.


SKATING 3


S:10” T:10.5” B:11.25”


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