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by Mark Lund

Download Frozen Assets: The New Order of Figure Skating ePub
  • ISBN 0972140204
  • ISBN13 978-0972140201
  • Language English
  • Author Mark Lund
  • Publisher Ashton International Media; 1 edition (January 15, 2003)
  • Pages 350
  • Formats azw mobi lrf docx
  • Category Outdoor Sports
  • Subcategory Winter Sports
  • Size ePub 1182 kb
  • Size Fb2 1600 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 673

Frozen Assets shines a spotlight inside the world of figure skating, exposing the intricacies involved in making it in the sport and depicting the personalities who rule it. From judging shenanigans to Scott Hamilton, Michelle Kwan and much more. Told with comments from top skaters, Frozen Assets offers a -page behind-the-scenes look at the most beloved and fascinating winter sport.

Frozen Assets shines a spotlight inside the world of figure skating, exposing the intricacies involved in making it in the sport . Condition: Used: Very Good. Serving Millions of Book Lovers Since 1980. Very Good dust jacket.

Frozen Assets shines a spotlight inside the world of figure skating, exposing the intricacies involved in making it in the sport and depicting the personalities who rule it. From judging shenanigans to Scott Hamilton. From judging shenanigans to Scott Hamilton, Michelle Kwan and much more.

Frozen Assets shines a spotlight inside the world of figure skating, exposing the intricacies involved in making it in the sport . Strong background on the current state of figure skating. com User, January 16, 2003

Frozen Assets shines a spotlight inside the world of figure skating, exposing the intricacies involved in making it in the sport and depicting the personalities wh. . com User, January 16, 2003. This book was clearly prompted by the pairs skating debacle at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games. Strong background on the promotion powerhouses that drive the elite level of the sport (likened to the studio system of Hollywood. Lund provides a balanced framework in an essay format to let readers draw their own conclusions as to the future of the sport.

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Once considered a genteel pastime, figure skating in the current day is big business both on and off the ice. It is a sport controlled by an elite group of individuals who attract the public's attention, rule the sport's direction, receive the most accolades and have the power to banish others from, or admit them to, the kingdom. These personalities are a mix of skating royalty, business titans and politicians.

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From 1994 - 2014 Lund was often selected by television and media outlets to analyze the sport of figure skating. His most notable work came during the 2002 Winter Olympics, where he made over 220 appearances on several domestic and international TV networks. His work in the sport of figure skating landed him as one of the judge's on FOX's Skating with Celebrities in 2006

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Umi
This book was clearly prompted by the pairs skating debacle at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games. Strong background on the promotion powerhouses that drive the elite level of the sport (likened to the studio system of Hollywood.) Lund provides a balanced framework in an essay format to let readers draw their own conclusions as to the future of the sport. Good quotes from skaters voicing opinions on both sides of the issues. An insightful retrospective on why skating went from double digit TV ratings in 1994 after the Nancy Kerrigan/Tonya Harding scandal with umpteen made for TV pseudo competitions to the present state of a nearly non-existant professional figure skating circuit.
Niwield
In reading this book I got the distinct impression that the author compiled it from the many newspaper articles and skating magazines. Interviews with real skaters are included but there's really nothing new or different - fans of the sport and skaters are already familiar with these issues and discussions. Might be interesting for news fans of the sport
Yllk
Mark Lund tells it like it is, but even as this book was being written the entire world of skating was changing yet again with the scandals of Salt Lake City.
When Mark started International Figure Skating Magazine, I was the person who told him it's the "TIME Magazine of skating" and never has that been more true than it is today.
Mark and his staff, including Lois Elfman are wonderful investigative reporters and are not afraid of finding out the truth. I applaud their efforts on this book and cannot wait for volume two, which I am sure is already in their minds.
Congratulations for a wonderful effort. A Must read for all followers of this beautiful sport which has such a dark political undercurrent.
Ted Wilson
Laguna Hills, California