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The iSkate Foundation, Inc., a nonprofi t organization organized to help fund and promote the sport of ice skating in the York-Lancaster area of Pennsylvania, hosted a seminar featuring 1992 Olympic silver medalist Paul Wylie. Skaters from the White Rose Figure Skating Club and other area clubs spent two productive days with him on and off the ice.


Snowplow Sam visited Shaker Heights, Ohio, at the annual Shaker Spring Ice Spectacular in May. More than 150 Basic Skills and Shaker FSC skaters participated in Where Broadway Lights Meet the Ice. Team USA member Ashley Cain and Midwestern Sectional competitor Katie McBeath headlined the show. Don’t forget to visit Snowplow Sam on Facebook.


Carroll returns to Toyota Sports Center The Toyota Sports Center of El Segundo, Calif., announced it


has renewed its longtime partnership with Olympic coach Frank Carroll, with Carroll and his elite skaters training at the facility for the upcoming Olympic season. Carroll is the only fi gure skating coach to hold the title of


“Olympic Coach of the Year,” coaching students to many Olympic medals, 11 World titles and numerous U.S. titles. His extensive list of champions includes Michelle Kwan, Christopher Bowman, Tiff any Chin, Timothy Goebel, Evan Lysacek, Jennifer Kirk, Mirai Nagasu, Linda Fratianne, Denis Ten and Carolina Kostner. In addition to his impressive list of students, Carroll has been inducted into the U.S. Figure Skating, World Figure Skating, Professional Skaters Association and Ice Skating Institute halls of fame. “Our fi gure skating department is thrilled


to have the return of this elite level of training,” Juliette Harton, director of skating at the Toyota Sports Center, said. “It raises the level of excel- lence in everything we do and the new ener- gy is inspiring. Mr. Carroll brings strong, respected leadership to a superb staff deep with Olympic-, World- and U.S.-level coaches.”


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