Name: Philip Dulebohn
Credentials: 2003 United States Pairs Figure Skating Champion--2002 Olympic Competitor--2000-2003 World Figure Skating Championship Competitor--2000-2002 United Skates Pairs Figure Skating Sliver Medalist--1999-2005 International Skating Union Grand Prix Competitor--1989 United States Novice Men's Figure Skating Champion--Functional knowledge of International Judging System--Demostrated success in developing skaters within competitive and recreational skating programs.
Areas for Lessons: Freestyle (all levels), moves in the field, Pairs, Power/Hockey and Basic Skiils
Memberships: USFSA 30+ years--PSA 20+ years--United States Figure Skating Athletic Advisory Committee (1999-2005)--Pair Athlete Development Committee (2010)
As a lifetime participant in the sport of figure skating, Philip has a great deal of knowledge to share with skating pupils. He is very personable and his wide array of coaching skills make him well-suited to teach skaters of all ages and skill levels.
Philip's experiences as a National World and Olympic competitor in addition to his 20+ years of coaching experience honed his ability to teach advance figure skating techniques, choregraphy and highly developed training practices for optimal performance.
Philip is currently available to accetp new students.