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The call of the rink

Windy Rohde was plainly born to glide across the ice.

Windy Rohde
Photo by: Courtesy
Windy Rohde was plainly born to glide across the ice – and she will be in full, graceful view when the YamBaKerach ice skating season kicks off at the capital’s First Station compound next month.

YamBaKerach, which runs from March 3 through April 22, will take place on a 600-square-meter rink at the refurbished compound, where people of all ages and all levels of skating expertise can don blades and set off.



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