First of all, they need start young, and have to just LOVE figure skating that they cannot live without practice. But the most important thing is their body shape, length, size, and weight. They need to be long(but if figure skaters are too tall, they wouldn't look natural, because the blade is like 5cm long.)and thin but have big and thick bones. This allows them to be able to jump high and ride smoothly. Also, they have to be pretty, especially if they are girls, because if they are not pretty, even if their skills are excellent, you cannot see the talent in that girl. They have to be able to control theirselves, because they cannot have much fat in their body. A lot of fat means less skills to figure skate. They have to control what they eat, and when they eat. For example, Yuna Kim, the Korean goldmedalist, she is beatiful, not too tall, not too short, skinny, has long legs, not much fat, skillful, practices a lot, has big and thick bones, log arms, small boobs(which does not shake when she jumps, so helpful-no offense, Yuna!^^), light movements, and etc. I am not Korean, but personally, I think she is a perfect example of golden section. * Yuna started taking figure skating seriously at the age of 7.
it takes a average of five years of non stop training
you should practice skating many times a week. off ice Ballet and conditioning classes are helpful, as are on and off ice clinics. Hope this helped!
The crown academy is one of a Roller skating classes in Chennai. They provide a training classes for all people. In this train a basic skills for skating classes.
they need to have speed and also they need to have the strength to push there selves all of the way
To be competitive you need to have very strong legs, particularly quads and gluts. You also need to be very cordinated and have great endurance and speed.
short track speed skating is speed skating on a smaller track, the size of a hockey rink
Short track speed skating came from 13th century Holland
bobsleigh amd short track speed skating, and speed skating.
no, one track is short and the other is long (its common sense)
At the 2006 Games in Turin, 5. Curling, Ice Hockey, Figure Skating, Short Track Speed Skating, and Speed Skating.
Winter Olympic sports held indoors are curling, speed skating, short track speed skating, figure skating, and ice hockey.
Arianna Fontana of Italy won the gold medal in women's 500 metres short track speed skating. Yara van Kerkhof of the Netherlands won the silver medal in women's 500 metres short track speed skating. Kim Boutin of Canada won the bronze medal in women's 500 metres short track speed skating.
The US won 37 medals for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Short- track Speed Skating
short track speed skating
Short track speed skating is played at various ice arenas around the country. To see where the events and clubs are located you can visit the association website of www.usspeedskating.org
Lim Hyo-jun of South Korea won the gold medal in men's 1500 metres in short track speed skating. Sjinkie Knegt of the Netherlands won the silver medal in men's 1500 metres in short track speed skating. Semion Elistratov representing the Olympic Athletes from Russia won the bronze medal in men's 1500 metres in short track speed skating.