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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - someone who engages in ice skatingice-skater - someone who engages in ice skating  
skater - someone who skates
speed skater, speedskater - an ice-skater who races competitively; usually around an oval course
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Ice-skater Christopher Dean, 59, who suspects he has arthritis thanks to his years on the rink "George had a Ferrari, so I got a Ferrari.
I can still skate, paracetamol helps Ice-skater Christopher Dean, 59 Our food culture is about money.
Which British ice-skater won a gold medal at the 1976 Winter Olympics?
In which country was ice-skater Katarina Witt born?
BIRTHDAYS: Jack Higgins, novelist, 83; Baroness (Shirley) Williams, politician, 82; Bobbie Gentry, singer, 68; Allan Border, former cricketer, 57; Christopher Dean, former Olympic ice-skater, pictured, 54; Jo Durie, former tennis player, 52.
The course at Planet Ice Coventry was held with professional ice-skater and coach Mark Hanretty.
George Khoury was a longtime ice-skater who had nowhere to turn after the country's last permanent ice arena closed down seven years ago.
A PROFESSIONAL ice-skater from Britain was flown to Miami to train rapper Vanilla Ice for the next series of ITV1's Dancing on Ice.
ANKARA, Apr 1, 2009 (TUR) -- A Turkish female ice-skater will compete in winter olympics, the head of federation said on Wednesday.
Jack Higgins, novelist, 79; Baroness (Shirley) Williams, politician, 78; Bobbie Gentry, singer, 64; Allan Border, former cricketer, 53; Christopher Dean, former Olympic ice-skater, 50; Jo Durie, former tennis player, 48; Michael Ball, right, singer, 46.