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Survival of the Fastest

I was reminded about the perils of free skating sessions last week when I read this wonderful short essay from Current Skate of Mind about surviving a busy free skate session.

If you’ve been bold enough to step on to a senior free skating session, you know it takes the concentration of an air traffic controller, the guts of a tight rope walker and agility of a simian not to get mowed down. I recall watching one disastrous pairs practice session where the tip of a pinky finger was separated from its owner in a spinning collision.

Despite some gruesome tales, it’s incredible how rarely bad accidents happen. More often than not, free skate sessions are beautiful chaos.

2 Responses to “Survival of the Fastest”

  1. Andrea >> Become a consultant Says:

    I’m glad I read this, because, until now, I thought a free skate session was akin to what happens at community centres — general admission and all that.

  2. trinitysaij Says:

    I have only been skating one time and absolutely loved it! I fell every two seconds, but it was awesome! I love watching it more though! It is amazing how little horrible accidents happen on the rink!

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