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North American Figure Skating Championships

Summary
The North American Figure Skating Championships were a former elite figure skating competition for skaters from the United States and Canada. It was a biennial (every two years) competition held between 1923 and 1971, with locations alternating between the two countries. History Although the event was classified as an "international competition" under International Skating Union rules, it was actually a cooperative venture between the United States Figure Skating Association and the Canadian Figure Skating Association, which both had their roots in a former organization called the Ice Skating Union of America. The latter organization had sponsored competitions open to skaters of both countries as early as 1913. The 1943 competition was canceled due to World War II and the 1945 competition included ladies single skating only. Ice dance was included for the first time in 1947. The competition was discontinued when the Canadian federation abruptly canceled its participation
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