Hannah Miller | Golden Skate

Hannah Miller

Layback11

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Nov 18, 2014
U.S. figure skater Hannah Miller was born October 29, 1996, in Chicago, Illinois.

IMHO, she has some of the best programs in all of ladies' figure skating-not just in the US-and she may not have had a lot of senior international experience, but just going by her nationals performances, she has a lot of potential if she can get a triple-triple in both programs. I really hope she at least gets a Grand Prix assignment and top 5 at nationals next season!

ISU bio: http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00013673.htm

2014-15 SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzFkk-r8R7E

2014-15 FS-https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5D0OTWJj5NY

2013-14 FS, probably one of my all-time favorite programs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=magYCi2iqoM

Social Scene video from 2014 Nationals: http://web.icenetwork.com/video/v31295677/?query=hannah+miller (no account is needed, just flash player)

Official Website: http://figureskatersonline.com/hannahmiller/main/
 

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Feb 27, 2012
Miller will work with legendary coach Rafael Arutyunyan ...
Kirsten Miller-Zisholz, Hannah's aunt and only coach until now, will remain as an adviser and technical consultant. She sparked the conversation about Miller making the move. Miller said it was important for her to keep her aunt involved in her skating. ...
Miller will return home to participate in the Skate Detroit event ...
Two new routines will be unveiled then, and Miller said they are "very different than what I've had before." One is set to an intense mixture of Puccini music, the other is more of an upbeat, fun routine.
There remains a chance Miller could return to MSU this fall, but her mother believes her daughter will remain under Arutyunyan's tutelage for the foreseeable future.
"Of course, staying here was always in the back of my mind. And I wish I could," Hannah Miller said. "But I think moving — at least for the summer and then deciding in the fall if I want to stay or not — is going to be a decision I'm going to learn a lot from."


Source:
Olympics on mind, ice skater Hannah Miller off to California
Chris Solari
1:56 p.m. EDT June 15, 2015
http://www.lansingstatejournal.com/story/sports/2015/06/15/skater-hannah-miller-moving/71248046/ (via Skate Today)​

She had visited Raf in April so both sides could try each other out.
 
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apgold

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Jan 10, 2014
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I hope working with Rafael will be good for Hannah, he might be able to help with her jump technique and URs. Hannah has the potential to be the whole package and I hope she breaks through this season. Great that she got 2 GP slots. I also think training alongside Adam and Ashley will inspire her to be her best.
 

Mrs. P

Uno, Dos, twizzle!
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Dec 27, 2009
Yes. She was at regionals, where she won.

She's training with Tammy Gammill now.
 

humbaba

Final Flight
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Jan 12, 2004
Hannah has a new blog post up that's full of information about her new programs, her plans for summer comps, and the diagnosis, treatment and rehab of her abdominal/groin injury. I had no idea Hannah was going through such a difficult time with injury. She had to have surgery for a sports hernia. :sad46:

I wish Hannah success in the upcoming season. Here's the link to her blog.

http://figureskatersonline.com/hannahmiller/main/blog/
 

CoyoteChris

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Dec 4, 2004
She recently skated for the first time in over half a year. She also recently started her Masters in Kinesiology at Michigan State University IIRC.
Thanks! Her facebook fan page ends about 16 months ago. Best wishes to her....b1b.jpg
 

CoyoteChris

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Dec 4, 2004
Well, yes, many elite skaters coach on the side to make money to afford their competitive tracks.
Well, yes...of course....like Sean Rabbit, for instance. The main thing here is that Hannah seems to be happy and fullfilled with her life and is moving forward to even greater happiness and fullfillment. And you cant say that about every skater, current or past. No matter how much we want them to find happiness.....
 
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