A beautiful skater. The inventor of the Biellmann Spin, which is executed by grabbing the foot and bringing it above the head while spinning.

Her accomplishments:
Amateur
Professional

(1998 - 1999)
  • Team Europe - winners; April 13, 1999; Miko Masters, at Bercy, France.

(1997 - 1998)
  • First at the Jaca/European World Pros; April 10/98; Jaca, Spain.
  • First at the Equal Challenge of Champions; Nov. 8/97; Tampa, Florida.
  • Second at US pro championships, Oct. 18/97; San Jose. News
  • Second at Professional Legends; September/97; Little Rock. Results
  • Third at the Equal World Pros; Dec. 12/13/97; Washington, D.C.
(1996 - 1997)
  • First at Nutrasweet Challenge of Champions; Innsbruck, Austria
  • First; Rowenta Masters On Ice; Frankfurt, Germany
  • First at Miko Masters; Bercy, France
  • Second at Ladies' Professional Championship; Grand Rapids, Michigan
  • Second at the Toyota Canadian Professional Championship; Ottawa, Ontario
(1995 - 1996)
  • First; Miko Masters; Bercy, France
  • Second at the "America's Choice," The Great Skate Debate; Greenbay, Wisconsin
  • Second; Nutrasweet Challenge of Champions; London, England
  • Third; Rider's Ladies' Skating Championship; Boston, Massachusetts
  • Third; Nutrasweet World Pro Championships
  • Third; Canadian Professional Championship; Hamilton, Ontario
(1994 - 1995)
  • First; Vick's 44 North American Open Skating Championship; Ohio; interview
  • First; The Nikon Skating Championship; St. Louis, Missouri
  • First; The American Invitational; Nashville, Tennessee;
  • First; Miko Masters; Bercy, France
  • Second; Canadian Professional Championship; Hamilton, Ontario
(1993 - 1994) (1992 - 1993)
  • First; Miko Masters; Bercy, France
  • Second; Durasoft Colors Challenge of Champions; Los Angeles, California
  • Second; Durasoft Colors World Pro Championships
(1991 - 1992)
  • Second; World Challenge of Champions; Oslo, Norway
(1990 - 1991)
  • First; World Challenge of Champions; Barcelona, Spain
  • First; World Pro Championships
(1989 - 1990)
  • First; World Challenge of Champions; Moscow, USSR
(1988 - 1989)
  • First; World Challenge of Champions; Paris, France
  • Second; World Pro Championships
(1986 - 1987) (1985 - 1986)
  • Third; World Challenge of Champions; Paris, France

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