Let us examine the 1978 Worlds.
The 1991-1993 Worlds was swept by U.S. ladies figure skaters.
Now it's a time to line up skaters from the 1980s in rank.
In the 1988 Worlds Midori Ito officially joined the rank of top group, but she wasn't yet a realistic threat to Witt's reign.
After the 1984 Olympic victory, Katarina Witt made a smooth sail to the 1985 Worlds.
Although there wasn't any sign of foul play or conspiracy about the 1984 Olympics, Katarina Witt's victory wasn't quite convincing. Now, after 30 years, take a look at the game.
After the 1980 Worlds where Biellmann beat Linda Fratianne in free skating, Denise Biellmann become a household name.
Another legendary skater in Peggy Fleming's time was Gabriele Seyfert. Seyfert was a formidable rival to Peggy Fleming.
Let's take a look at skaters in the 1980 Worlds. You will be surprised at their towering talent.
Janet Lynn, one of the greatest skaters ever in the history of ladies figure skating, raises a question.
The list includes : Syers, Kronberger, Szabo, Henie, B. A. Scott, Albright, Heiss, Fleming, Lynn, Hamill, Fratianne, Biellemann, Zayak, Witt, Ito, Baiul, Kwan, Lipinski, Slutskaya, and Kim.
It's time to revisit the notorious Sochi Olympics.
Barbara Ann Scott is an ice princess in the early figure skating.
Sochi Scandal is an event where a totalitarian regime butchered and drowned the sport into a chauvinistic bog of degeneration.