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New PDF  2011 USFS Rulebook (8/27/10)
New PDF  2011 USFS Tests Book (8/27/10)
New  Planned Program Sheets
New  The need for a Test Program Element Sheet
New  Fundamental Skating Skills Levels 
Transferable Skating Skills 
New  Athlete Motivation
New  Modifying Skaters Behaviors
New  Role of Sleep in Athletic Performance
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  • Basic Speed Skating Manual
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