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USA Roller Sports Announces 2007 Junior World Figure Skating Team

World
World


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE



August 2, 2007



Omaha, NE – USA Roller Sports is proud to announce the 2007 Junior World Figure Skating Team that will represent Team USA at the Federation Internationale de Roller Sports in Gold Coast, Australia from October 28 through November 10, 2007.  Below are the eighteen athletes that clinched their spot on the World Team by finishing in the top two in their respected disciplines at the National Championships.



 



Junior World Class Men’s Figures



Charles Manchee – San Diego, CA



Zachery Wilson – Citrus Heights, CA



 



Junior World Class Ladies Figures



Brittany Adams – Canton, MI



Jessica Feuerstein – Kissimmee, FL 



 



Junior World Class Dance



Joey Rodriguez and Jessica Gaudy– Melbourne, FL



Maurice Cooper (N. Tonawanda, NY) and Maya Goody (Milpitas, CA)



 



Junior World Class Men’s Singles



Joshua Przepioski – Redwood City, CA



Thomas Ehrmann – Bridgeton, NJ



 



Junior World Class Women’s Singles



Kylee Berger – Everett, WA



Crystal Roseborough – Fountain Valley, CA



 



Junior World Class Pairs



Alexander Poland and Mackenzie Wriedt – Sarasota, FL



Richard Sorensen and Allison Bolt – Lombard, IL



 



Junior World Class Solo Dance



Nicole Leonard – Fountain Valley, CA



Hector PereiraReading, PA



 



“The 2007 Junior World figure skating team has ten new members making their international debut this fall in Australia.  Their performances during the national championships were proof that they could be contenders at the world level.  I’m looking forward to working with each and every member of this team and their individual coaches during the world event,” stated Jane

Wojnarowsky, Junior Team Coach for TEAM USA.



 



USA Roller Sports is recognized by the Federation Internationale de Roller Sports (FIRS) and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) as the National Governing Body for Competitive Roller Sports in the United States.  For more information log on to www.usarollersports.org or contact the Director of Marketing and Sales, Brock Kuester, at 402.483.7551 or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



 



“USARS is dedicated to creating, enhancing, and conducting the best competitions and programs for roller sports.  We instill the drive to win and be the absolute best… in sport and in life.”