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- Ice Skates are boots with blades attached to the bottom.
- When ice skates were first used as a method of dancing, ice dancing was introduced to the Olympics in 1976.
- When ice skates are sharpened the blade is ground against a template that restores the hollow.
- These ice skates were made of steel, with sharpened edges on the bottom to aid movement.
- He shares his expertise to help people that are looking for ice hockey equipment and ice skates so that they can find the best for their budget.
- There are different categories of ice skates, such as hockey skates, figure skates, and racing skates.
- The area lakes and rivers freeze over in the winter and ice fishermen are a frequent sight, as are children with their ice skates.
- It is likely that the first roller skates were an adaptation of ice skates and were used for transportation rather than sport.
- Besides ice skates and sticks, hockey players are usually equipped with an array of safety gear to lessen their risk of serious injury.
- Skippy Baxter was one of the first skaters to do back flips on ice skates, and holds the record of being the first skater to do a triple Salchow.
- Learn to turn on ice skates going backwards from a professional ice hockey player in this free sports video.
- Inline and quad hockey, speed, artistic, recreational and ice skates and accessories.
- General skating retailer: inline and quad speed skating, ice skates, recreational skates and hockey equipment.
- Olympic gold medal speed skater Chad Hedrick started his career on roller skates before switching to ice skates to compete in the 2002 Winter Olympic Games.
- Think of Rollerdrome like Olympic short track speed skating -- only instead of ice skates -- these speedy people are on in-line skates.
- Speed skating is a competitive form of ice skating where athletes race against one another on specially designed ice skates for a certain distance.
- Hockey Skates: Ice hockey players mainly use this type of ice skates.
- It was ten years from the day I first put on ice skates to the day I found myself standing on the top of the podium at the Winter Olympic Games in Torino.
- Ice skates became a lot better for figure skaters in 1848 when the first all steel clamp was invented.
- This goes to show that in the world of ice skating you don't even have to be wearing a pair of ice skates to become well known.
- The unit lets you store two pair of in-line or ice skates, pads, helmets and hockey sticks with the Skate Storage Rack.
- PA. Recreational, fitness, speed, hockey, aggressive, and ice skates.
- Some hockey and ice skates and accessories available as well.
- Ice hockey is all about adventure with the ice skates, the ice, the equipment, the enthusiastic crowd and the happening sport.
- Ice skating is moving on ice by use of ice skates.
- Most Russians own cross-country skis and ice skates and there are many large parks with marked trails for skiers and frozen ponds and canals for skaters.
- Speed skating or speedskating is a form of skating in which the competitors attempt to travel a certain distance as quickly as possible on ice skates.
- This Illinois native has been skating ever since he was eight years old when his grandma brought him his first pair of ice skates.
- Ice hockey is played on a hockey rink by six players per side, each of whom is on ice skates.
- Benjamin Agosto started skating at age six, after receiving a pair of ice skates for his birthday.
- When Oksana Baiul was only three years old, her Grandfather gave her, her first pair of ice skates.
- During normal play, there are six players, including one goaltender, per side on the ice at any time, each of whom is on ice skates.
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