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Oksana Baiul deserved every honor as Olympic champion. Understanding the art of figure skating, this aspect alone deserves 5 stars. One critical observation is that the costuming is heavy.
There is too much fabric flying around which takes away from the lines of the skaters.
Baiul won the 1993 World Championships in her first senior competitive season at the age of 15.
She then won the gold medal at the 1994 Winter Olympics, defeating Nancy Kerrigan of the United States.
At 15, she was the youngest Olympic figure skating champion since Sonja Henie in 1928.The only thing is that it is obvious that all the leading skaters are not pair skaters, all the pair skating elements are pretty much absent. As the host country, Norway automatically qualified spots to the 1994 Olympics. A sweet, young kid at the time of the story, with no one but herself, her God-givengift to skate wonderfully, and memory of her promise to her dear mother to moveher to greatness!! I know a lot of things havechanged for her as her life has moved along. Mywife also comes from the same heritage with ancestry in the Ukraine.I missed the beginning, but I saw most of the movie. It seemed more like a regular movie than an actual documentary.
Date of birth : 1977-11-16 Date of death : - Birthplace : Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraina Nationality : Ukrainian Category : Sports Last modified : 2011-10-14 Credited as : Skater, 1993 World Champion, 1994 Olympic Champion Oksana Serhiyivna Baiul is a Ukrainian professional figure skater.