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Ice Skating

Do You Wear Jeans in Ice Skating?

Scientists say the first ice skaters 5,000 years ago in Finland wore skates with bone blades. No word on what the rest of their ou...

Jackson Skates Vs. Riedell Skates

Jackson and Riedell are two of the biggest names in the skating world. Both companies have a distinguished history, and both manuf...

Ankle Pains From Ice Skating

Ice skating is an exhilarating but physically challenging sport in which ankle pain and injuries can occur. The Ice Skating Instit...

Are There Any Ice Skating Rinks in San Jose?

As the largest city in Silicon Valley and home to a bustling downtown, San Jose, California, has a reputation as a haven for busin...

How to Strengthen Ankles for Skating

Injuries to the foot and ankle are some of the most common injuries among skaters, who make turns and quick stops that can lead to...

How to Try Out for the Olympics

Competing in the Olympic Games is the dream of many athletes, both amateur and professional. The process by which you compete for ...

How to Remove Rust From an Ice Skate Blade

Rusted ice skate blades prevent you from enjoying your time on the ice and may even make it impossible to skate. Poor maintenance ...

How to Break in Figure Skates

Figure skaters need plenty of ankle support to perform difficult jumps and spins. To ensure the feet are properly supported, skate...

How Does Friction Affect Speed When Skating?

Friction is defined as the resistance force between two solid surfaces that are rubbing against one another. In skating sports, su...

Getting Smells Out of Ice Skates

You might impress the judges with your skills out on the ice but they probably wouldn't be very impressed with the stench coming f...
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