According to ThoughtCo, successful skating partnerships can be found via good ol want ads placed in places like SKATING magazine (thats U.S. Figure Skatings official publication); you can ask around the skating community where you are, either face to face or via message boards or discussion groups; and online
How do I find a figure skating partner?
A skater looking for a skating partner can make an entire website that shows his or her ice skating accomplishments, photos, videos, skating dreams, and goals. Many skaters have found partners through message boards, discussions groups, and through private emails.
Do Figure Skaters date each other?
So perhaps it should come as no surprise that many of the figure skating and ice dancing pairs at the 2018 Winter Olympics are couples both on and off the ice — after all, partners that skate together, stay together.
How do you get into pair skating?
According to U.S. Figure Skating, essential skills for pair skaters include the “ability to communicate and work well with others,” being a “good listener,” having a willingness to “try new things,” strength, and — here it comes — both being a “good singles skater” and having “good skating skills (edges, turns,
Is pair skating harder?
Pair skating today is arguably the most difficult discipline technically. Pair skaters do the same jumps and spins as single skaters, sometimes with fewer revolutions, but timing is far more critical because they must execute moves in perfect unison.
What age can you start pair skating?
You should also wait for your child to have adequate flexibility, muscle strength, endurance, balance, and coordination. Typically, somewhere around age 4 is a good time to introduce ice skating to your child.
Can you pair skate with the same gender?
In short, the answer is no. The International Skating Union (ISU) does not allow pairs to consist of two skaters of the same sex. Specifically, the ISU constitution calls for one Lady and one Man in each pair, according to Rule 302. Only the man is allowed to lift, according to the rules.
What is the most common injury in figure skating?
Common Traumatic InjuriesAnkle sprains and fractures.Dislocation of the patella or shoulder.ACL and meniscal tears.Head injury and concussion.Labral tears of the hip.Lacerations.
Can ice skates cut through bone?
Yes. The blade of a skate will most certainly cut through flesh and bone. If you were to take a freshly sharpened skate and run your finger down the edge you could cut yourself, but the blade doesnt come to a point like a traditionally sharp object.