World Champion Felix Kaspar together with child prodigy and later European Champion Eva Pawlik ("The Fairy Tale Of The Steady Tin Soldier", Vienna 1937)
|Born||January 14, 1915|
|Died||December 5, 2003(aged 88)|
Kaspar began figure skating at age of 9. He trained on the artificial ice rink of Eduard Engelmann Jr. Kaspar was famous for his high jumps.
At the beginning of World War II Kaspar was in Australia, where he met his wife, June. The couple was married for 54 years. They had one daughter named Cherie. Kaspar spent the whole time of the World War II in Australia.
In the late 1950s and early 1960s, Kaspar taught in Hershey, Pennsylvania. In 1965 he moved with his family to Minneapolis, Minnesota and worked there as a coach at the figure skating center in Golden Valley in the Twin Cities. Amongst others, he coached the Japanese Emi Watanabe while there.
|Winter Olympic Games||3rd|