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FIGURE SKATING:Photographs Collection

STEPHANE LAMBIEL

published:

"STÉPHANE LAMBIEL" is the first personal book of world famous skater.
It is filled with many photographs from the Salt Lake City Winter Olympics in 2002  to now .

Johnny Weir

World Figure Skating: Special issue

published:JUL.2010

World Figure Skating, a Japanese figure skating magazine with an international reputation, presents a special issue featuring Johnny Weir, 2008 World bronze medalist and 3-time U.S. champion. It is filled with beautiful pictures of Vancouver 2010 as well as Johnny's sparkling performances throughout his career. It also contains various show and office shots. An exclusive interview with Johnny, and a long profile of his great career are contributed by New York-based journalist Akiko Tamura.

Contents
Special interview: Johnny Weir
Report: Johnny meets M・A・C
Photo Garelly
Johnny Weir's Story

Photography by Japan Sports/ Akiko Tamura

Vancouver 2010 The XXI Olympic Winter Games: FIGURE SKATING

published:MAR.2010

This is the memorial book of Vancouver 2010 The XXI Olympic Winter Games.
All a figure skaters of Olympics participation photographs are collected.  

Contents
Photo Collection of Medalist
YU-NA KIM / MAO ASADA  / JOANNIE ROCHETTE
EVAN LYSACEK / EVGENI PLUSHENKO / DAISUKE TAKAHASHI
XUE SHEN & HONGBO ZHAO / QING PANG & JIAN TONG
ALIONA SAVCHENKO & ROBIN SZOLKOWY
TESSA VIRTUE & SCOTT MOIR / MERYL DAVIS & CHARLIE WHITE
OKSANA DOMNINA & MAXIM SHABALIN

Special Interview
MAO ASADA
EVAN LYSACEK
EVGENI PLUSHENKO
DAISUKE TAKAHASHI 

Photo Collection of All Skaters

First Photo Collection

Mao Asada

The Tracks of A Miracle

published:DEC.2009

"Mao Asada The Tracks Of A Miracle" is an outstanding portrait of Mao Asada, the world figure skating champion in 2008, four-time Japan national champion, and one of the Japanese competitors at the Vancouver Winter Olympics.
     It is filled with many photographs from her junior age until now: her beautiful skating and jumps, her courageous expressions in competition, her pretty smiles, and more.
     This is a photograph collection showing all of the charm of Mao Asada.
     It includes messages from her coach, Tatiana Tarasova, from Olympic silver medalist Midori Ito (1992 Winter Olympics, Albertville), and from bronze medalist Philip Candeloro (1998 Winter Olympics, Nagano).

Contents
Four successive victories at the Japan championships.
Chapter1: Girl of Genius
Chapter2: Mao in the World
Chapter3: One of a Kind

Photography by Japan Sports

Photographs Collection of Figure Skating

WORLD FIGURE SKATERS

Photography by Masaharu Sugawara

published:MAR.2003

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