March 03, 1980 | Bob Ottum
Now that it's all over, now that the battle has been fought and history has been carved in ice, now it can be told. The 19-year-old woman staying at Lake Placid's Hilton Inn under the name of Miss L. Danolfo was...
January 28, 1980 | Bob Ottum
Linda crashed, Lisa-Marie tumbled, Tai and Randy made mistakes. Still, it all added up to a trip to the Olympics
March 20, 1978 | Douglas S. Looney
Time was when Charlie Tickner of Littleton, Colo. was best known for his crash landings, but last week in Ottawa, he performed with nary a slip to win the men's title at the World Figure Skating Championships
December 19, 1977
While Steve Cauthen was tall in the saddle, a number of other young athletes were making their marks in what proved to be a vintage year for youth. Smallest of them all was 8-year-old, 70-pound Wesley Paul of...
February 14, 1977 | Jeannette Bruce
That was the scene at the nationals, where the new athleticism held sway