Zaretskis finish 14th

The Israelis finished the competition with 156.52 points at the World Figure Skating Championships.

March 25, 2007 05:51
figure skating 298.88

figure skating 298.88. (photo credit: AP)


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Alexandra and Roman Zaretski finished the Ice Dancing competition at the World Figure Skating Championships in 14th position on Friday, a six-place improvement from last year's championships. The Israelis finished the competition with 156.52 points and can be pleased with another solid performance in a major championship. Eighteen year-old Israeli Tamar Katz finished the Ladies competition in 23rd position after amassing 122.51 points in her short and free skates over the weekend.

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