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Skaters by their very nature are urban guerillas: they make everyday use of the useless artifacts of the technological burden, and employ the handiwork of the government/corporate structure in a thousand ways that the original architects could never dream of. — Craig Stecyk
That's what really makes great skating competitions. When you have two top skaters in good form giving superb performances. — Dick Button
Figure skaters have awful perceptions of hockey players. — Kristi Yamaguchi
I actually prefer soothing music - and maybe that's the skater in me. — Michelle Kwan
I have never been the stereotypical figure skater. — Tonya Harding
I think what every skater dreams of is not only skating the best program they can possibly skate, but, y'know, having the crowd roar at the end, and it was just so loud I couldn't even hear my music. — Sarah Hughes
Doing shows is always a side of skating that I've loved, it's the performing. I get to do that without the pressure, it's always fun between the skaters and the preparation, the show is always so much fun. — Kurt Browning
Skating everywhere is unpredictable, no amount of money or facilities is going to create a skating star. You have to have a skater who is dedicated, passionate, and willing to learn. — Robin Cousins
I was an anorexic, beer drinking, class cutting, doodling, shoplifting, skater chick that was into nature, art class, and the beach.
Initially, I wanted to be an ice skater, but then when I was 13 I saw Bye Bye Birdie, and that was it - I wanted to be on Broadway.
I didn't want to be the sissy figure skater, you know.
One thing about a skater: they never quit. So a skater, to sum it up, is awesome.
I couldn't beat people with my strength;
I don't have a hard shot; I'm not the quickest skater in the league. My eyes and my mind have to do most of the work.
Plus the public's attention span is so short right now, if a skater doesn't strike while the iron is hot... well it's not like people will forget you, but they just won't care anymore.
I have a very close friendship with the skaters.
We had a party with the rest of the skaters in our trailer and then the next day we were off to see Jimmy Carter. And then we had the World Championships the next weekend, so not a lot of chance to catch up.
I'd like to consider myself a versatile skater and I like to skate to different kinds of music.
Olympic Gold changed me and my life dramatically.
I became a celebrity overnight and people see me as a famous skater, not a real person.
Pairs skating and singles are two different things.
Although some skaters have achieved this successfully, it is a very difficult transition. You're looking at double work.
Whether you are a skater or a dancer, without sounding narcissistic, it is all about looking in the mirror. Where I used to practice in New York City, there was a mirror so you could actually watch yourself skate. And nowadays my golf teacher will film me swinging so I can see what I am doing. Having looked first at myself and my own body for so long as one does as a dancer and a skater, it was so natural to do fashion.
I think skateboarding is better now in terms of the amount of facilities and the amount of support young skaters have - including encouragement from their parents. There was definitely an element to it when I was younger that was exclusive and kind of rebellious because most parents didn't want their kids skating. They thought it was a bad influence.
I used to skate a lot when I was a kid.
I loved it and was quite good. When I came back to London in around '85, I got really into skating again. But at the time, it had no influence from hip-hop. It was just thrash rock, hardcore rock, and skulls and all black - that kind of style. In Japan, the skaters were also strictly into rock culture, too, but I was coming from the hip-hop side, so for a while it was difficult to mix both interests.