1981 Skate Canada International
|1981 Skate Canada International|
Carol Fox / Richard Dalley
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The 1981 Skate Canada International was the Skate Canada International competition of the 1981–1982 figure skating season. Medals were awarded in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies' singles, and ice dancing.
In 1981, Skate Canada International was held in Ottawa, Ontario.
Norbert Schramm won the compulsory figures, and took both second places in short and free program (receiving in free skate five 5.7 marks for technical merit and five 5.8 for artistic impression). Brian Orser was only 4th in the figures, but he was 1st in the short, and won the free skate, completed a triple axel jump, received seven 5.9 for technical merit. Vitaly Egorov also have trying a triple axel.
|1||Norbert Schramm||West Germany||3.4|
|5||Mark Cockerell||United States||10.6|
|6||Vitali Egorov||Soviet Union||11.4|
|8||Christopher Howarth||United Kingdom||16.6|
Tracey Wainman captured first place, being only third in each part of competition (figures, short and free program). Rosalynn Sumners won the free skate.
|2||Rosalynn Sumners||United States||6.6|
|3||Kira Ivanova||Soviet Union||7.0|
|5||Priscilla Hill||United States||8.2|
|7||Karen Wood||United Kingdom||15.2|
|10||Anne-Sophie de Kristoffy||France||18.2|
|11||Claudia Leistner||West Germany||21.0|
|1||Carol Fox / Richard Dalley||United States|
|2||Karen Barber / Nicky Slater||United Kingdom|
|3||Natalia Karamysheva / Rostislav Sinitsyn||Soviet Union|
|6||Kelly Johnson / Kris Barber||Canada|
|9||Tracey Michael / Kerry Spong||Canada|