July 14, 2015
The Toller Memorial in Toronto on June 25, 2015. Click here to see photos and read more about it. It would have been amazing to have been there, but I'm grateful my family made the trip to visit in Mexico when we had the chance.
There's more happening for Toller, this time in New York City. He will be honored by the Ice Theatre of New York on October 30, 2015 for their 30th Anniversary Benefit Gala. Maybe I will make it to that one.
Posted by Ice Charades at 5:04 PM
July 8, 2015
as promised ...
Same thing as the mens' list - it's in Spanish and it's got points if you want to rank them yourself. Or you can just scroll down and ponder.
I can think of one missing skater .... nine-time US champion and multiple World and Olympic medalist, Maribel Vinson Owen. She was tragically one of the skaters that died in the 1961 plane crash on the way to the World Championships in Prague, Czechoslovakia along with her two daughters.
I'm grateful to see a home-town (of St. Paul, Minnesota) favorite, Vivi-Anne Hultén make the list. Considering she was a rival to Sonja Henie among controversial judging, I'd like to see her rank higher, but that discussion is for another day.
Can you think of anyone missing?
Posted by Ice Charades at 12:17 PM