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Taryn DAVISON

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    Taryn DAVISON
    Correspondent | Corrector
    Great Britain

    27 Articles

       
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    "I've been a synchronised skater for the past four years and therefore I feel like I've adopted many siblings, #SquadGoals has become a legitimate part of my vocabulary and I have pushed myself harder than I thought was possible. Aside to skating, I am a primary school teacher, currently teaching 6 year olds and brainwashing them about synchro. In my spare time -who am I kidding, what's that?- I am a big Torvill and Dean fan and follow them about the country watching their shows. "


    What does synchronized skating mean to you?

    "Synchro is the most challenging thing I have ever done, but equally the most rewarding, and I genuinely think it makes me a better person. "

Last news by Taryn DAVISON

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Disappointment as UK ice rinks remain shut

Members of the British ice skating community were left reeling a few days ago with the government’s last minute announcement that rinks were no longer allowed to open.

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Skaters and coaches are left with uncertainty

On Tuesday, the UK government announced that indoor skating rinks were forbidden by law to reopen with the latest easing of the lockdown regulations.

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The bumpy road to inline skating

The closure of all the ice rinks, although expected, still came as a shock. And an emotional one at that. A general anxiety took its place; about people I care about having their entire income cut, about people who have trained their whole lives to compete, who suddenly find themselves in limbo, about those whose lives revolve around the rink, those who use the ice as an escape and those who have found a passion in this icy world of ours. It’s a bit like losing a part of yourself. The obvious solution? Inline skates!

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"My lungs got so congested I thought I was going to drown"

Junior Worlds 2020 in Nottingham… "It already feels like a lifetime ago"… Our British correspondent Taryn Davison is going to remember this competition for a very different reason!