Shaun Rogers > Senior Men
2002 US National Junior Mens' Silver Medalist
Shaun Rogers was born on July 22, 1985, in Baltimore, MD. He began group skating lessons at the age of eight in his hometown of Millersville, MD, after participating in a school skating party. Rogers won the 2000 U.S. National Novice men's title and the Junior men's silver medal at 2002 Nationals.
Rogers trains in Newark, Delaware, and represents the University of Delaware Figure Skating Club. He is coached by Pamela Duane Gregory and his choreographer is Nathan Birch. As a senior in 2002-2003, Rogers hopes to include triple axel-triple toe and up to two quad jumps (toe and salchow) in his programs, "along with better presentation than I've had in the past."
When asked by Unseen Skaters to summarize what he likes about skating, Rogers replied: "I love jumping, and performing is very self-satisfying. I've also made many friends, some of whom are very important to me." Off the ice, he would like to get a Computer Science degree in college and become a good guitarist.
- 2003 South Atlantic Regional - 2nd
- 2002 World Junior Championships - 16th
- 2002 U.S. Championships-Junior - 2nd
- 2002 Eastern Sectional-Junior - 1st
- 2002 South Atlantic Regional-Junior - 1st
- 2001 Junior Grand Prix (Bulgaria) - 3rd
- 2001 Gardena Spring Trophy - 7th
- 2001 U.S. Championships-Junior - 4th
- 2001 Eastern Sectional-Junior - 1st
- 2000 Junior Grand Prix (Germany) - 13th
- 2000 Junior Grand Prix (Mexico) - 5th
- 2000 Triglav Trophy-Junior - 5th
- 2000 U.S. Championships-Novice - 1st
- 2000 Eastern Sectional-Novice - 1st
- 2000 South Atlantic Regional-Novice - 1st
- 1999 North American Challenge Skate (Lake Placid)-Novice - 4th
- 1999 U.S. Championships-Novice - 7th
- 1999 Eastern Sectional-Novice - 4th
- 1999 South Atlantic Regional-Novice - 4th
- 1998 Junior Olympics-Intermediate - 5th
- 1998 Eastern Championships-Intermediate - 3rd
- 1998 South Atlantic Regional-Intermediate - 2nd
- 1997 South Atlantic Regional-Juvenile - 3rd
Biography written by Sylvia; July 2002.
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