Susanna Rahkamo and Petri Kokko of Finland dancing the Yankee Polka at the 1995 European Championships in Dortmund, where they came 1st.
The Ravensburger Waltz is a dance skated in waltz time, at a tempo of 66 three-beat measures per minute (198 beats per minute). It was invented by German dancers Angelika Buck and Erich Buck, (both born in Ravensburg, West Germany) and their coach Betty Callaway. It was first performed at the West German Figure Skating Championships […]
Irina Lobacheva and Ilia Averbukh (RUS), in their first competitive season together, dancing the Starlight Waltz at the 1994 Goodwill Games in St Petersburg, where they came 2nd.
This is the 1995 World Figure Skating Championships Original Dance performance by Susanna Rahkamo and Petri Kokko, which later was adapted to become the Finnstep.