Stars on Ice! with Ice Skating's Superstars
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The last date listed for Stars on Ice! was Friday January 30, 2009 / 7:30pm.
Currently at SAP Center at San Jose:
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Feast your eyes upon living legends as mythological and historical creatures come to life in Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey's newest circus spectacular. LEGENDS, the 144th edition of the "Greatest Show on Earth," brings joy to children of all ages. Some of the most amazing entertainers from around the globe perform awe-inspiring feats of daring, spectacles of strength and thrills of wonder as they summon the mythical and mysterious, including a unicorn, Pegasus and a woolly mammoth. It's an unforgettable evening of epic proportions, and by the end of the show, you will believe in the unbelievable. Learn More
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They were good seats. I've been going to see stars on ice for many years. Though the present skaters are excellent, I miss the old stars. The current ones don't have the personality that shines out to the audience as the past stars (Scott...continued
About the performers
Olympic Silver Medalist
p. Residence: Laguna Niguel, CA
Birthdate: October 26, 1984
Birthplace: Westwood, CA
A U.S. Championship and an Olympic Silver Medal – quite a season for America’s newest sweetheart – Sasha Cohen.
Sasha’s success in 2006 followed another successful skating season in 2005, when she won Silver medals at the World Figure Skating Championships and the State Farm U.S. Figure Skating Championships.
Sasha also ended the 2003-2004 season with Silver medals at the World Championships and U.S. Championships. She has earned victories over every competitor who has medaled in previous Olympic competition and who remain eligible.
Sasha has returned to California and is in training with her former coach, John Nicks, at the Aliso Viejo Ice Palace.
Birthdate: May 23, 1977
Birthplace: Moscow, Russia
When 20-year-old Ilia Kulik stood at the top of the Olympic podium in Nagano, Japan in February 1998, he was only the second man in figure skating singles history to achieve a Gold Medal on his first trip to the Winter Games (the first being the United States’ Dick Button in 1948).
In Nagano Ilia placed first with both his short and long programs, “Revolutions” and “Rhapsody in Blue.” “Rhapsody in Blue,” one of the most ambitious Olympic programs ever successfully skated, included a flawlessly executed quadruple toe loop, 8 triple jumps, intricate footwork, multiple spins and sweeping connective choreography. In total, Ilia achieved an “overpowering” Olympic performance according to Time magazine.
Ilia’s “big dream” as he has called it, started when he was five-years-old in his hometown, Moscow. His mother took him to a children’s skating class to see if skating might be his sport. After watching her son fall and fall again at his first try on skates, Mrs. Kulik thought they should try out another sport right away. She was surprised to hear the teacher ask her to bring Ilia back.
“But why? He keeps falling.”
“Yes,” said the teacher, “but he keeps getting up.”*
Todd Eldredge *
Residence: Rochester Hills, MI
Birthdate: August 28, 1971
Birthplace: Chatham, MA
Todd Eldredge is one of the most highly-decorated American men’s skaters of the past 40 years. His six U.S. titles, six World Championship medals and numerous other international achievements are testament to his skill, consistency and work ethic.
At his final competition as an eligible competitor, the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Eldredge was one of eight U.S. athletes selected to carry the American flag recovered from the World Trade Center rubble into the Opening Ceremonies. He refers to the experience as “an unbelievable honor.”
It was a fitting conclusion for someone twice named Athlete of the Month by the United States Olympic Committee. His competitive career spanned more than a decade, during which time he overcame a serious back injury. Eldredge, who began skating at the age of 5, won his first U.S. title in 1990 at age 18. He defended the title in 1991 and made his first appearance on the World podium that year. For the next three seasons he struggled with injury. His return to the top step of the U.S. podium in 1995 marked the first time a skater reclaimed the title after a three-year absence from the podium.
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SAP Center at San Jose hosts nearly 100 sporting events annually including more than 40 San Jose Sharks regular season home games. The building hosts approximately 150 events every year — including Olympic athletes, Grammy award-winners and a variety of family and children’s favorites that account for more than 170 event days.