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Old June 6th, 2007, 01:39 AM   #1
jkaplenk
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Default Looking for Inline Figure Skaters and Enthusiasts in the US

A number of inline figure skaters in the US have been unhappy about the way things have gone with artistic inline figure skating and competitions. We want to do something about it. We have attracted some high level quality individuals, some with Olympic-level ice skater training experience, to help us get organized.

Here is a post that was posted elsewhere. Please feel free to post this on other newsgroups, post at your rink, with their permission, and pass it on. Thanks for reading this and please contact us if you want to get involved by mailing: inlinefs@yahoo.com

Are you excited about inline figure skating? Do you wish there were
more competitions, training and other people you can get together
with? So do we.

We're looking for people that want to take an active role in advancing
inline figure skating. You can be a skater, coach, skating judge,
parent, child, retired, accountant, web designer, computer geek,
lawyer, doctor or just about anyone.

Let us know your interests, skating experience and other experience
by sending an email to inlinefs@yahoo.com.
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