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September 02, 2014

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  • 2000 WORLD FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPS
    March 26 - April 2 in Nice, France


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    That was Nice, but wait 'til 2001

    By STEVE BUFFERY -- Toronto Sun
      NICE, France -- The eyes of the figure skating world will turn to Vancouver next year for the 2001 world championships.
     More than anything else, Canadian Figure Skating Association president David Dore wants to please the home crowd, not to mention his board of directors.
  • Apr. 3: Full story

    Robinson lifts Canada's spirits

    By STEVE BUFFERY -- Toronto Sun
      NICE, France -- The only choking sound heard from Jennifer Robinson yesterday was her choking back some wine following her freeskate program.
     "I was on the bench over there and I said 'Okay, it is time to get drunk,' " the Windsor skater said after finishing sixth at the world figure skating championship.
  • Apr. 2: Full story
  • Apr. 1: Robinson's eighth place finish a boon for Canada
  • Apr. 1: Robinson places amazing eighth

    CFSA boss Dore happy with his charges

    By STEVE BUFFERY -- Toronto Sun
      NICE, France -- Canadian Figure Skating Association boss David Dore almost gagged when it was suggested his team was skating on thin ice.
     When it comes to Canada's performance at these worlds, is the glass half-full or half-empty?
     Dore, of course, took the half-full approach.
  • Apr. 2: Full story

    A unique event awaits in Vancouver

    By NEIL STEVENS -- The Canadian Press
     NICE, France (CP) -- From the Riviera to the Rockies, the world figure skating championships return to Canada next year.
     The plan is an ambitious one aimed at making the 2001 meet in Vancouver, March 19-25, like none before it.
  • Apr. 2: Full story


    More 2000 World Championships Headlines

  • Apr. 2: Kwan challenges notions of 'older' skaters
  • Apr. 1: Kwan's latest victory has major Canadian content
  • Apr. 1: Kwan wins women's title
  • Apr. 1: A lot on the line for Robinson
  • Apr. 1: A fine line, Jenny
  • Mar. 31: Robinson is 11th in women's singles
  • Mar. 31: Butyrskaya

    Archive of 2000 World Championships Headlines

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