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- v. Present participle of skate.
- n. The action or sport of moving along a surface (ice or ground) using skates.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The exercise or art of moving on skates.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the sport of gliding on skates
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"Look, competition in skating is a tough scene," says Dick Button, two-time Olympic champion and ABC analyst.
Doesn't have dynamic physical tools and his skating is average.
"I remember after we drafted Nash, people said his skating is a touch off and (director of amateur scouting) Don Boyd said, 'I don't know if his skating is off, but I've never seen him lose a race for the puck,'" MacLean says.
But his skating is just adequate and he's had a rocky relationship with the coaches at the U.S.
My skating is coming along well and now I just need to get the legs feeling fresh, fine tune the little things and get the snap back!!!
My skating is going well, but I've been pushing it for the past couple of weeks and now I'm pretty tired.
One key element to great skating is to watch how the skaters use their arms.
We talked to Hannah about how skating is hard to learn.
Ice skating is the gymnastics of the winter games: overly reliant upon subjective scoring, and beloved by NBC to the expense of every other event.
Chapter eight deals with how figure skating is judged.
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