Robert Unger Team Wins Miami University Competition!
Oxford, Ohio, February 14-16, 2003
A team of skaters from the Robert Unger School of Ice Skating in Knoxville won first place in Miami University's Open Competition held February 14-16, 2003 at Goggin Ice Arena in Oxford, Ohio. They defeated fourteen (14) other teams from several states, including the home team. States represented included Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, and Tennessee.
Representatives of the winning team pose for posterity!
The team, composed of twenty-seven (27) skaters who train at the Ice Chalet in Knoxville, ranged in age from seven (7) to eighteen (18). The Robert Unger Synchronized Skating Team also placed first. The Miami Open is a team event, where each placement is assigned a point value, and the team with the highest placements in the most events wins.
They competed in several different categories, including Solo Freestyle events (based on skating level), Ice Dancing, Footwork, Stroking, Couples, Spotlight, Artistic, Jump & Spin, and Synchronized. This event is endorsed by the international Ice Skating Institute.
The skaters were all from Knoxville, Chattanooga, Clinton, and Oak Ridge. They are listed in alphabetical order below:
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