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Amateur career[ edit ] Peggy Fleming and Janet Lynn right in Lynn began to skate almost as soon as she could walk, and took part in her first exhibition performance at the age of four at Chicago Stadium.
By age seven, she was living away from home part of the year, staying with the slightly older skater Kathleen Kranich to be close to her coach Slavka Kohoutwho worked out of Rockton, Illinoisbut her close-knit family was never far away.
Eventually her family moved from the Chicago suburb of Evergreen Park to Rockford, Illinoissome fifteen miles from Rockton and the rink. Janet would attend Lincoln Junior High in Rockford.
She used her middle name Lynn instead of Nowicki, which was constantly being misspelled and mispronounced. Janet was always forthright about the name change; in her own mind her name was still Nowicki.
Inat 11, she became the youngest skater to pass the rigorous eighth and final test administered by the United States Figure Skating Associationand two years later she won the U. Junior Ladies Championship at Berkeley, California.
At that competition she landed a triple salchow jumpwhich at the time was rarely performed by female skaters.
In later years she was also one of the first female skaters to include a triple toe loop in her programs. Moving up to the senior level, Lynn won bronze at the U. Championships, which qualified her to compete at the Winter Olympics in Grenoble, Francewhere she placed 9th.
At the time she was 14 years old and it was her first major international competition. She also placed 9th at her first World Championships in Lynn won her first senior national title at the U.
She fell behind Julie Lynn Holmeswhom she had beaten for the national title, while Gabriele Seyfert of East Germany took the gold medal. At the World Championships, Seyfert and Austria's Trixi Schuba were again in 1st and 2nd place, while Holmes moved up to 3rd and Lynn finished in 6th.
Part of the problem was an inconsistency in compulsory figureswhich meant that she always had to make up ground in the free skating. Lynn made an effort to remedy this weakness by working with the great New York-based coach Pierre Brunetwho had previously had World Champions Carol Heiss and Donald Jackson under his tutelage.
At the World Championships, she placed 5th in figures and skated well in the free skating to place 4th overall, while Schuba took the gold, Holmes the silver and Magnussen the bronze. InLynn beat Holmes for the national title for the fourth year in a row, and there were widespread predictions that she would take World and Olympic gold, especially because of Schuba's weakness in free skating.
Schuba's lackluster performance at Lyon, France the previous year had even drawn boos, but she won the championship based on her enormous lead in the compulsory figures.
Although Schuba placed 7th in the free skating, her lead in figures enabled her to take the gold medal, while Magnussen won the silver and Lynn took the bronze, an order of finish repeated at the World Championships in CalgaryAlbertaCanada.
She decided to continue competing and took her fifth National title in With Schuba's retirement and the devaluation of compulsory figures caused by the addition of the short program to competitions, only Magnussen seemed to stand in her way.
At the World Championships, Lynn skated her best figures ever, taking 2nd in that discipline, but in the newly introduced short program of required jumps and spins, which she had been expected to win, two falls landed her in 12th position. She won the free skate and moved up to take the silver medal in the final event of her amateur career.
Ice Follies with Lynn as its star positioned itself on a firmer basis in its rivalry with the Ice Capades. Lynn's professional career was cut short after only two years by problems with allergy -related asthma exacerbated by the cold, damp air in skating rinks.
Inshe retired from skating and started a family. In the early s, with her asthma under control, she returned to skate professionally for a few years.Janet Laurence lives and works in Sydney, and was the Australian representative at United Nation’s Artists 4 Paris Climate , in which Laurence brought international attention to the fragility of Australia’s World Heritage Great Barrier Reef through her multi-media work Deep Breathing (Resuscitation for the Reef).
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