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For 3 figure skaters, the road to Pyeongchang goes through Rafael Artunian's Lakewood workshop on ice

Rafael Arutunian can fix uncomfortable figure skating boots and mend bad jumping habits with equal ease, molding materials and technique with the sureness of a coach who has analyzed axels and scrutinized salchows for 40 years at rinks in Armenia, Russia and the United States. But what makes him...
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