Posts Tagged ‘Jennifer Robinson’

Jennifer Robinson: Online Interview

Jennifer Robinson: Online Interview

Jennifer Robinson, nicknamed “Tiger,” began skating when she was eight years old. By the age of 10 she landed her first axle, and at 16 she won her first skating title. 

This six-time Canadian Champion has become well known among North American skating audiences…

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2003 Canadian Figure Skating Championships: Highlights

The 2003 Bank of Montreal Canadian Figure Skating Championships ended on January 12 with the final home competitive performance for Canadian ice dancers Shae Lynn Bourne and Victor Kraatz. The world silver medalists set a new standard with their tenth ice dancing senior gold medal at Canadians, the most in any of the four disciplines. They left with a standing ovation from the audience and a string of nine…

Canada’s Robinson Finally Achieves Olympic Goal

Canada’s Robinson Finally Achieves Olympic Goal

For Canada’s Jennifer Robinson, representing her country at the Olympics is a dream come true, but it’s a dream that took a long time to fulfill. The under appreciated skater has now medalled…

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2002 Canadian Figure Skating Championships: Highlights

The 2002 Canadian Championships were held in Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ont. from January 7-13. Following the competition, Skate Canada named its Olympic and World team of two men, three pairs, two dance teams, and one woman. The Four Continents Championship team, consisting partly of Olympic team members and partly of up-and-comers, was also named. Additional skaters were named to the World Junior team, which will be finalized after…