Articles related to pair skating
Definition of Pair Skating: A Branch of Figure Skating
Definition of Pair Skating: Pair Skating is a variation of free skating. Two skaters, a man and a woman, or a boy and girl, skate together. The jumps, spins, and ...
Olympic Pair Skating Results - 2014 - Figure Skating - About.com
The Olympic pair skating event took place during the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games with the short program on Tuesday, February 11 and the free skate on ...
Pair Skating - Branch of Figure Skating Pair Skating
Pair Skating is a variation of free skating. Two skaters, a man and a woman, or a boy and girl, skate together.
Nine Pair Figure Skating Teams Who Were Watched at the 2014 ...
This is a list of nine of the pair figure skaters worth watching during the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
The Most Famous Olympic Pair Figure Skaters - Figure Skating
British figure skater, Madge Syers, was the first Women's Olympic Figure Skating Champion. At that same Olympics, she won a bronze in the pair skating event ...
Pair Skating Lifts - Moves for Pairs Figure Skaters - Figure Skating
Lifts are the highlight of pair skating. There are several different types of lifts that pair skaters do. This short article lists the main lifts done by figure skaters that do ...
Difference Between Ice Dancing and Pair Skating - Figure Skating
This is Killian Position, one of the basic skating positions in both ice dancing and pair skating. Photo Courtesy of Ice Dance and Pair Skaters Rebekah and Joel ...
Twist Lift - Pair Skating Move Twist Lift - Figure Skating - About.com
A twist lift is a pair skating move. The man lifts the lady in the air and then throws her. She rotates and twists and then he catches her on the waist and assists her ...
Pair Skaters - Famous Pair Skating Teams
Read about famous pair skating teams in this section.
Press Lift - Figure Skating Pair Skating Move Press Lift
A press lift is an overhead pair skating move where the skaters face different directions when the lady is lifted in the air and both partners fully extend their arms.