Peter Carruthers
Figure skater
Peter Carruthers
Peter W. Carruthers is an American pair skater. He competed with his adopted sister Kitty Carruthers. They are the 1981-1984 U.S. national champions, the 1982 World bronze medalists, and the 1984 Olympic silver medalists. In 1999, they were inducted into the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame. After retiring from professional skating, Carruthers worked as a skating analyst for the Fox, ABC, and ESPN television networks.
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Rotary Club fundraiser, now in its 10th year, dedicated to a special cause - Thousand Oaks Acorn
Google News - over 5 years
Former Olympic athletes and event honorary co-chairs who will speak at the fundraiser are Southern California Special Olympics founder Rafer Johnson, the 1960 decathlon gold medalist; Peter Carruthers, 1984 pairs skating silver medalist;
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Financial Diversification of Botswana - The Bostwana Gazette
Google News - over 5 years
Business guru Peter Carruthers is fond of telling his audiences that the best fertilizer for small business is adverse circumstances. The events of the past few years have forced many South Africans out of jobs. Businesses, especially small businesses,
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Carlisle man sacked for mimicking Scottish accent - News & Star
Google News - over 5 years
Dumfries-based Ladbrokes manager Peter Carruthers said he had known Mr Langley for more than five years. He said: “He just seemed like any other regular Ladbrokes employee and without a hint a racism about him.” He suggested Ladbroke bosses had made
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FIGURE SKATING; With Aching Hip, Kwan Still Wins Hearts
NYTimes - about 11 years
The ending seemed familiar enough Sunday, with Michelle Kwan taking the last of the bows, waving to an adoring crowd after winning a figure skating competition. Nothing else was the same. Yes, Kwan won an exhibition event, in which the winner was chosen by fans in Boston University's Agganis Arena and at home, voting by telephone and the Internet.
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Karol Kennedy Kucher, U.S. Skating Champion, Dies at 72
NYTimes - over 12 years
Karol Kennedy Kucher, who teamed up with her brother, Peter Kennedy, to win the gold medal in pairs at the 1950 world figure-skating championships and a silver medal at the 1952 Winter Olympics, died on Friday at a hospital in Seattle. She was 72. The cause was pneumonia, her brother said. Karol and Peter Kennedy, known as the Kennedy Kids, were
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SPORTS MEDIA; Picks, Pans and Nit-Picking From NBC's Salt Lake Nights
NYTimes - almost 15 years
NBC ended the Winter Olympics as it began -- with a ratings surge. Sunday's closing ceremony -- featuring Bon Jovi, Gloria Estefan and the chest hair of Kiss's Paul Stanley -- generated a stunning 22.3 Nielsen rating, 86 percent better than CBS's in Nagano in 1998. For all 17 days of the Salt Lake Games, NBC's 19.2 rating represented an 18 percent
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OLYMPICS; Olympians Seek Voice in Changing I.O.C.
NYTimes - over 17 years
Athletes, like most other people, agree that the International Olympic Committee needs changes, and they have finally formed an organization to make themselves heard. For two and a half days, 80 people with Olympic backgrounds met at the Regal U.N. Plaza Hotel in New York to formulate an agenda to make athletes heard. The group included 46 recent
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Peter Carruthers, 61, Physicist
NYTimes - over 19 years
Peter Ambler Carruthers, a physicist at the University of Arizona and former head of the theoretical division at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, died on Sunday at his home in Tucson, Ariz. He was 61. The cause was liver failure, the university said. Dr. Carruthers's interests in theoretical physics ran from condensed matter to quantum optics
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At the Casinos
NYTimes - about 20 years
What's happening onstage at all the Atlantic City casinos this week. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster, (800) 736-1420. Bally's Park Place Boardwalk and Park Place. (800) 225-5977. PARK CABARET ''Legends in Concert.'' Sundays at 7:30 and 10 P.M.; Mondays through Thursdays at 3:30 and 7:30 P.M.; Saturdays at 8 and 10:30 P.M. Tickets: $20;
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At the Casinos
NYTimes - over 20 years
What's happening onstage at all the Atlantic City casinos this week. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster, (800) 736-1420. Bally's Park Place Boardwalk and Park Place. (800) 225-5977. PARK CABARET ''Legends in Concert,'' with Garry Moore impersonating Little Richard. Sundays at 7:30 and 10 P.M.; Mondays through Thursdays at 3:30 and 7:30
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CURRENCY MARKETS; Dollar Rises Against Yen, But Fall Is Seen Resuming
NYTimes - about 23 years
The dollar rebounded against the Japanese yen yesterday after plunging to a six-month low on Monday amid fears of a possible trade war between the United States and Japan. "There is some sentiment that it was a little overdone," Hillel Waxman, a vice president at Bank Leumi Trust Company of New York, said of the dollar selloff on Monday. The dollar
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TV SPORTS; Tabloid TV Chronicles: How Cheap Is Talk?
NYTimes - about 23 years
Maybe there's not enough hard copy in my heart. But would I pay a six-figure sum to hear Tonya Harding not talk about the Nancy Kerrigan assault case? No, I don't think so. I've rummaged through the six-page transcript of the "Inside Edition" two-part Harding interview, which starts today at 1 P.M. on WNYW-TV/Channel 5, and concludes Monday at 1.
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Adoption Won't Cause Criminal Behavior
NYTimes - over 23 years
To the Editor: Your identification in a July 1 news article of Joel Rifkin, the Long Island man who confessed to 17 murders, as someone who was adopted is irrelevant and potentially hurtful to young people in the New York area who are themselves adopted. You cite Dr. James A. Fox, an authority on criminal behavior, as an "expert" and an appropriate
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ALBERTVILLE: TV SPORTS; The Ridiculous to the Snow-Blind
NYTimes - almost 25 years
And so, the 7,110 minutes of CBS's Winter Olympics broadcast are over. So are the 2,700 minutes of TNT's coverage. Share a moment with the world? How about share a never-ending marathon? Or an Iditarod across all of the Arctic? Devoted Albertville watchers deserve a documentary made of them by the Olympic filmmaker, Bud Greenspan. Imagine the
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ALBERTVILLE: TV SPORTS; When Prime Time Ends, CBS's Late Fun Starts
NYTimes - about 25 years
Each segment of CBS's Winter Olympics telecast has a distinct personality. Amusement and a sense of adventure infuse the morning show, with its hosts, Harry Smith and Greg Gumbel. Sobriety and a lack of spontaneity hang over the prime-time effort, with Tim McCarver and Paula Zahn. But the character of late night is downright odd, with its host, Pat
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ALBERTVILLE; No Longer Soviet Skaters, But They Are Still the Best
NYTimes - about 25 years
For all the political changes and economic deprivations that have recast the Soviet Union into a Commonweath of Independent States, one constant remains: However the remaining republics are aligned and whatever they call themselves for the moment, they still produce the world's best pairs in figure skating. As Natalya Mishkutienok and Artur
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Soviet Skaters Prevail in Pairs
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: The Soviet Union maintained its dominance of the pairs event in figure skating tonight, winning the gold and silver medals at the XV Olympic Winter Games. The third Russian pair finished in fourth place. The Soviet Union maintained its dominance of the pairs event in figure skating tonight, winning the gold and silver medals at the XV Olympic
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Figure Skating; Boitano, Thomas In Good Shape
NYTimes - about 29 years
LEAD: In figure skating, reputation is everything. In figure skating, reputation is everything. Especially in the interim between a national championship and the Olympics. ''You want your skaters to leave the country in good shape,'' said Gale Tanger, an international judge from Wauwatosa, Wis., who attended the United States figure skating
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STAGE: THE ICE CAPADES WHIRLS INTO THE GARDEN
NYTimes - about 30 years
LEAD: There was an air of deceptive thaw outside Madison Square Garden on Wednesday evening as temperatures -by January standards - soared. Inside, however, it was a season of the brave and the beautiful and the extraordinarily well balanced - in this year's incarnation of the Ice Capades. There was an air of deceptive thaw outside Madison Square
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Peter Carruthers
    FIFTIES
  • 2010
    Age 50
    2010 Carruthers worked as a daily NBC Olympics skating broadcast analyst on NBC's Universal Sports Network.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1981
    Age 21
    They are the 1981-1984 U.S. national champions, the 1982 World bronze medalists, and the 1984 Olympic silver medalists.
    More Details Hide Details In 1999, they were inducted into the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame. After retiring from professional skating, Carruthers worked as a skating analyst for the Fox, ABC, and ESPN television networks.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1959
    Born
    Born on July 22, 1959.
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