Thanks to gyl929!
He also originated the sit spin and taught the Viennese to waltz on ice to their favorite music.
In Vienna, the world’s “waltz capital” in the 19th century, he astutely offered instruction in waltzing on ice. Skating schools founded or inspired by Haines sprang up in numerous countries. On a journey by sled from St. Petersburg to Stockholm, he contracted pneumonia and died.
RETRO EVENT: In honor of the 80th Celebration an Open 14-Step Retro Championship of North America will be held. This is an open event and all couples skate individually to the 14 Step as drawn in the U.S. Figure Skating Tests Book, which is where the pattern dances are now listed. For the final round, only the top four couples advance. Additional information is available in the 2012 LPIDC announcement.
OPEN 14 STEP RETRO CHAMPIONSHIP OF NORTH AMERICA
*In honor of the 80th Celebration
Initial Round: All couples skate individually to the 14 Step as drawn in the U.S. Figure
Skating Tests Book, which is where the pattern dances are now listed.
Final Round: Top 4 couples ONLY will advance. Those couples compete the double roll
14 Step on the ice at the same time with the following procedure –
Zamboni End Team 1 Start after 4 beats
Lobby End Team 1 Start after 4 beats
Zamboni End Team 2 Start after 16 beats
Lobby End Team 2 Start after 16 beats
4 patterns will be skated. Introduction must be: left (2 beats), right (2 beats), left (2
beats), right (2 beats), progressive, ladies three turn. ISU introductory rule is NOT in
effect for the final. No additional choreography permitted for final. Teams will end after
their four patterns are completed. There will be a .2 deduction for interference with
teams still skating.
Inventor - Franz Scholler
First performance - in Vienna, 1889, as the Ten Step or Scholler March
Inventor - Karl Schreiter
First Performance - Vienna, Engelmann Ice Rink, 1909