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Pictures that skaters have given us over the years.

Several National and World Champions.


Heather Mulkey World Champion 2000.

Heather Mulkey World Champion 2000.

Jennifer Simmers US National Champion 2000, Lincoln, NE.

Jennifer again US National Champion 2000, Lincoln, NE.

Patty Guzman at the 1999 US Roller Skating Championships, Syracuse, NY.

Patty Guzman and her coach Ed Boltin at the 1999 US Roller Skating Championships, Syracuse, NY.

Joe Nash and Alison competed in the World Class Dance together as well as several other individual events.

Jan Barnett and William Combs 2000 US National Championships, Lincoln, NE

Jan Barnett and William Combs 2000 US National Championships, Lincoln, NE

Kyle Turley with his coach Kerry Hefner and Phil Kuhn. Kyle won 3 gold medals and 3 silver medals at the 2000 U.S. Roller Skating Championships in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Kyle Turley with Phil Kuhn at the 2000 U.S. Roller Skating Championships in Lincoln, Nebraska. Kyle won 3 gold medals and 3 silver medals.

Christina Derry Christina Derry Takes Silver Medal at U. S. Roller Skating J.O. Championships in Lincoln, Nebraska
Below is an article in Christina's local paper.

Christina Derry Takes Silver Medal at U. S. Roller Skating Championships in Lincoln, Nebraska
"Raise your left arm.....strong free leg.....chin a little higher...." are typical comments from coach Findlay as Christina practices for the USA Roller Sports National Championships. Christina Derry, a 7th grade student in the Burns- Ridenour-Bronson team class at Mill Creek Middle School, earned a Silver Medal in Ladies JO Figure Skating at the National Roller Skating Championship Competition in Lincoln, Nebraska this August. "It’s a lot of hard work, but a lot of fun too, especially standing on the podium at Nationals and winning the silver medal, that was cool," commented Christina. She is a member of the Rollerama II Roller Skating Club in Brighton Michigan, where she trains in Dance, and Figure skating. Christina also trains in Figures at United Michigan Skating Club in Flushing, and in Precision Team at Riverside Arena in Livonia. She had to qualify to skate the national event by winning a placement at the five-state Great Lakes Regional Meet which took place in June in Burton, Michigan. Christina then skated against 36 other qualifiers in her division, from nine regions across the country, for the championship. Her coaches, Kent Findlay and Herb Wright, were justifiably proud. "Christina worked very hard, focused on her skating and did her very best," said Findlay, who coached her at the national championship.
The skaters must first go through an elimination set of figures, then nine finalists skate a second set of figures to determine the final championship placements. The judges look for form, precision, and ability to trace the figure exactly. "It takes a great amount of strength, muscle coordination, and balance to do these figures" said Chuck Derry, Christina’s dad, "and hours and hours of practice." Christina has to get up at 4:30 AM on weekends, for lessons, and on week nights, lessons and practice can last from after school until 7:00 or 8:00 at night. She, like many of the competitive skaters, does a lot of her homework in the car while traveling to and from the rinks. Most of the artistic competitive skaters maintain grade point averages of 3.0 or higher and Christina is no exception with a grade point average of 3.9. Her teacher in 6th grade was Mrs. Bev Hill and her Physical Education teacher was Ms. Dee Braden who showed one of Christina’s competition tapes to her class. "I think it is a wonderful sport for Christina, and I want to share this with her classmates" Braden said.
This year Christina won 11 placements, 3 trophies, and 5 medals in State, Regional, Invitational, and National Championship Competitions. Next year she will be competing in Dance, Figures, and Creative In line Solo. "My goal is to win at the World Championships" said Christina, "and it would be really cool to have a skating team from Dexter Schools." Considering the commitment Christina has made to her sport, she could very well reach her World championship goal.
Caption: Christina Derry starts her figure set as the judges begin scoring at the National Roller Skating Championships at the Pershing Auditorium in Lincoln, Nebraska. Christina won the Silver Medal in the eve

Holly Bolding 1999 Nationals in Syracuse, NY.
Holly Bolding 2000 southeast regional championships in Greensboro, SC.
Holly Bolding 1999 regional championships in Greensboro, SC.

Heather Martin We don't want to necessarily encourage the art of tattoo's, but we can't ignore Heather's commitment and loyalty to her Harlick skating boots. Here is a close-up. Check out the logo on the boot's heel.

Heather Mulkey 1999 U.S. and World Champion, Senior World Class Women's Singles.

Heather Mulkey 1999 U.S. and World Champion, Senior World Class Women's Singles.

Heather Mulkey 1999 U.S. and World Champion, Senior World Class Women's Singles.

Bob and Sharon Behrendt 1994 U.S. National Championships
Bob and Sharon have been National Masters Dance Champions for the past 9 years (1990 through 1998). In 1998 they were voted "Artistic Skaters of the Year" by the USA Roller Skating Board of Directors.

Bob and Sharon Behrendt 1996 U.S. National Championships

Bob and Sharon Behrendt 1998 U.S. National Championships
Most consecutive Gold Medals for one team.

Bob and Sharon Behrendt 1997 U.S. National Championships

Bob and Sharon Behrendt 1998 U.S. National Championships
Most consecutive Gold Medals for one team.

Bob and Sharon Behrendt 1999 U.S. National Champions
10 Straight Years.

Carole Woodson 1999 Southwest Pacific Regional Championships.

Kyle Turley Syracuse, NY 1999.

Kyle Turley Syracuse, NY 1999.

Holly Crump Pensacola, FL 1997

Holly Crump Pensacola, FL 1997

Holly Crump Pensacola, FL 1997

Holly Crump

Nola Bowdridge U.S. Championships 1999.
Nola has been wearing Harlick Skating Boots for 20 years now. She has gone to the U.S. National Championships each year in Figures since 1974.

Melinda Edens 203kb From Stockton, CA. JO National Championships 1999 Syracuse, NY. Second place silver medal in 1-D ladies singles. Notice the partial view of the Harlick banner in the background.

Jennifer Simmers 19k US Championships 1996, Lincoln, NE.

Jennifer Simmers 20k US Championships 1996, Lincoln, NE.

Jennifer once more Harlick Advertisement Shoot, 1996.

Jennifer Simmers 26k US Championships 1992.

Melinda Edens Stockton, CA.

Kerri Molloy and Terry Fay '98 National Championships

Jan Barnett &William Combs '98 US National Championships

Jan Barnett '98 Southwest Pacific Championships

Jan Barnett & William Combs '98 Southwest Pacific Championships

Nicole Minger I've attached a photo of myself at the '89 JO Nationals with Harlick's. Silver medal figures (level IIc).  Also, Gold Medal at Southwest Pacific Region.  Currently skating with Hammer Skate, Stockton, California.   Love the Harlick's. Improved my scores by at least 25%.

Sabreen Kincaid 47k US National Championships, 1995. Syracuse, NY.

Craig Hall & Julianne Hines 38k US National Championships, 1995.
The picture of Craig Hall with "?". The girl is Julianne Hines. After skating with Craig she went on to skate with my son Shane Lashua and placed 4th at Jr. Worlds in Spain and then 1st the following year in Colombia. She also wears Harlick boots.
Submitted by Diane Lashua.

Dawn Marshall 35k Southwest Pacific Championships, 1996.

Jan Barnett and Mark Florence 41k US National Championships, 1988.

Michelle Pellissier & Jimmy Pollard 33k US National Championships, 1990.
Thanks Ian Motter for the ID.

Bobbie Bailey 25k US National Championships, 1985.

Ian Ballard and Pam Grubbe 35k Memorial Day Championships, 1987.

Karen Stimmel 21k 9 years old, 1992.

Cheryl Peeples, Norm Buescher and Joe Fanfa 37k 1985 Southwest Pacific Championships.

Doug Wait and De De Monahan 34k

Connie Brown and Barbara Bolton 28k Southwest Pacific Championships, 1986.

Kristine Castle 32k Southwest Pacific Championships, 1988.

James and Sue 38k Southwest Pacific Championships, 1990.

Missy Cadwell and Barbara Bolton 40k and Barbara Bolton. US National Championships, 1987. Valle Vista Skating Club. Second Place Sophomore Ladies Figures.

Doug Wait and De De Monahan 40k 1991 US National Championships.

Angie Famiano and David Goulb 40k World Class Dance Champions, 1983 & 1984.
National Champions 1984.

Gena King 29k Southwest Pacific Championships 1980.

Laurie Nixon 23k US Championships 1984. Lincoln, NE. National Champion.

Michelle Cooley. Ray Klimet and Dave Morrell 41k Southwest Pacific Championships 1984.

Heide Schmidt 29k Age 11, West Lane - Hammer Skating Club, Stockton, CA.
Southwest Pacific Championships 19880

Desiree Clever 29k US Championships 1985. Or is this Charlott?

Cindy Larson 33k US Championships 1984.

Courtney Trujillo 31k US Championships 1992.

Judy Mccloskey 27k US Championships 1990.

Danielle Horn 32k US Championships 1986.

David Cox 40k Junior Olympic Nationals 1990. Scotts Valley, CA.

Jan Barnett and Mark Florence 39k Southwest Pacific Championships 1990.

Kimberly Ladd 28k Junior Olympic Nationals, 1992.