Yvonne Littlefield is an American former ice dancer. Skating with Peter Betts, she won the ice dance title at the 1962 United States Figure Skating Championships. She had previously won the bronze medal at the 1960 U.S. Championships skating with Roger Campbell.
Littlefield and Betts were married immediately after the 1963 U.S. Championships, where they won the silver medal. At the 1963 World Figure Skating Championships, disaster struck them during the free dance, when screws attaching Betts's skate blade to the boot fell out. They were given permission to restart after making repairs, but the screws again came loose, and they were unable to complete their program. After this season, they retired from competition and took up coaching.
(with Roger Campbell)
(with Peter Betts)
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- "People", Skating magazine, June 1963
- "Arctic Cold Chills World Championships", Skating magazine, May 1963
- "Legendary coach gives skaters the edge", The Orange County Register, Feb 21, 2006
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