Scott Gregory

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Scott Gregory is a national champion ice skater who competed in two Winter Olympics. Since retiring as a skater, he has been a coach with the University of Delaware’s
High Performance Figure Skating Center. Gregory and partner Suzy Semanick won U. S. national ice dancing championships in 1987 and ’88. They finished sixth in the ’88 Winter Olympics in Calgary.
Gregory-Semanick were runners-up in the 1986 national championships. Previously, skating with Lisa Spitz, they placed second in the 1983 nationals and 10th in the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo.
They won the Skate Canada competition and Skate America International Competition in ’83. Gregory began skating on Skaneateles Lake in his backyard in upstate New York. After moving at age 15 to the
Philadelphia area to train, Gregory suffered two knee injuries that kept him off the ice for two years. When he resumed skating he focused on ice dancing and six months later won the U. S. Junior
title. Gregory moved to Delaware in 1980 and trained for six years at the Skating Club of Wilmington, and then at the University of Delaware’s High Performance Figure Skating Center. Gregory
continued training until he retired after the 1988 Olympics. As a coach at the UD training center, Gregory has polished the careers of such skaters as Tara Lipinski, the 1998 Olympic gold medalist in
Nagano, Japan. Lipinski, then age 15, was the youngest Olympic gold medalist in ladies figure skating.



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