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Vice President

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All Year Figure Skating Club
Center Ice 201 S. Plum Ave
Ontario, California 92352
United States


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About Us |, 5 Dec 2012 [cached]
Vice President - Doug Williams
Long Beach Press-Telegram Online, 6 Jan 2002 [cached]
"I think the main reason for it is since we are a warmer location, we don't rely on weather conditions for skating time," said Doug Williams, president of the All Year Skating Club and the driving force in bringing the 2002 nationals to Los Angeles.
"I think the interest is generated on a year-round basis as opposed to a winter basis," Williams said."We have a lot of star power here.I think Hollywood, in itself, has a lot to do with it.It's loaded with lots of stars.You have the teachers.You need to have the right choreography, the right custumes, the right makeup.It's what's available in skating, and it's all here."
Officers & Board Members - All Year Figure Skating Club, 14 May 2010 [cached]
Doug Williams
"This is a great opportunity for Southern Californians to see our country's best figure skaters compete to represent the United States in the Olympics the following month," said Doug Williams, President, All Year Figure Skating Club.
In pairs, a smile often isn't what it looks, 9 Jan 2002 [cached]
"Oh, of course," said a laughing Doug Williams, president of the All Year Skating Club."A number of teams will go their entire career together without getting along.It's all about business and making it look good in front of the judges."
Pairs figure skating, and its distant cousin, ice dancing, are often overshadowed by the more glamorous singles competition.
Williams, an accomplished doubles skater who led the effort to bring the U.S. Championships to Los Angeles, changed partners five times in 14 years.
Differences develop between the partners, the chemistry disappears for various reasons or, as happened to Williams once, one partner simply thinks he could do better with somebody else.Successful partnerships skate through the tough times.
"If you knew how good the other person was going to turn out to be, it would be an easy choice at the start," Williams said."The U.S. has had a lot of success with brother-sister teams, because their parents won't let them break up, so they stay together.
"Part of being successful is going through the ups and downs together.When you have a bad skate, you need somebody there to support you."
Pairs skate short and long programs to the music of their choosing, but dancers must first go through a round of compulsories, during which every team performs the same set of moves to the same music.
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