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AAC HOSTS ATHLETE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION RECEPTION


Each year at the U.S. Championships, the Ath-


letes Advisory Committee (AAC) hosts the Athlete Alumni Association reception. This year’s event took place in the Sprint Center’s Founders Club, with more than 30 former athletes in attendance. The event, hosted by 1988 Olympic champion


Brian Boitano, helps former athletes and coaches stay connected to the sport. At the upcoming Governing Council in Colora-


do Springs, Colorado, the AAC will once again host its fund-raising dinner. Money raised goes to the AAC’s Athlete Alumni Ambassador (3A) award, which is a scholarship program that recognizes skaters who have achieved figure skating excellence while ac- tively volunteering.


Olympian Emily Hughes, “Mr. Debonair” Richard Dwyer and Kansas City skating fan and longtime U.S. Figure Skating supporter Aud Gillespie get reacquainted.


AAC Chair Pilar Bosley, left, AAC ice dance rep-


tine Fowler-Binder enjoy a break in the skating action at the reception.


resentative Nick Traxler and PSA President Chris-


Olympic champion Brian Boitano and 1987 World bronze medalist and four-time U.S. medalist Caryn Kadavy both competed at the 1985 U.S. Championships in Kansas City.


Former Team USA members Justin Dillon and Angela Nikodinov, and her husband Ivan Dinev, talk Bay Area skating at the reception.


Angela Nikodinov and her daughter, Audriana, 4, enjoy the festivities.


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