Jaromír Holan in 2015
|Born||14 May 1941|
|Partner||Dana Holanová (Novotná) |
Jaromír Holan (born May 14, 1941 in Prague) is a Czech former ice dancer who represented Czechoslovakia. Competing in partnership with Jitka Babická, he won bronze at the 1966 European Championships in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia.
By 1968, Holan had teamed up with Dana Novotná. After their marriage, she competed as Dana Holanová. The duo won two national titles and placed 8th at the 1969 World Championships. After retiring from competition, Holan emigrated to the United States and became a skating coach in Ohio.
With Holanová (Novotná)
- Czechoslovak Life. Orbis. 1966.
Jitka Babicka and Jaromir Holan are among the most experienced Czechoslovak ice dancers, but they have always been overshadowed by the Roman brother and sister pair.
- "European Figure Skating Championships: Ice Dance" (PDF). International Skating Union. Archived from the original (PDF) on 5 December 2013.
- Flower, Raymond (1976). The history of skiing and other winter sports. Methuen.
- This is Madison. Madison Associates, Incorporated. August 1976.
...Lincoln, Nebraska, skate in the Cincinnati Gardens under the tutelage of Jaromir Holan. In December they will enter the Gold Dance competition in the Eastern Upper Great Lakes Competition, their first year at this level.