Lydia Manon

Lydia Manon

Personal information

Country represented
 United States

Born
(1982-09-16) September 16, 1982 (age 34)

Former partner
Brandon Forsyth
Ryan O’Meara, Vitali Shalin,
Michel Klus,
Chris Obzansky

Former coach
Igor Shpilband, Marina Zoueva,
J. Santoferrara, Elizabeth Coates, Genrikh Sretenski

Skating club
Arctic Edge FSC

ISU personal best scores

Combined total
173.56
2004 Nebelhorn Trophy

Comp. dance
32.50
2005 Four Continents

Original dance
53.75
2005 Four Continents

Free dance
90.91
2004 Nebelhorn Trophy

Medal record

Figure skating

Ice dancing

Representing the  United States

Four Continents Championships

2005 Hamilton
Ice dancing

Lydia Manon (born September 16, 1982 in Reading, PA) is an American ice dancer. With Ryan O’Meara, she is the 2005 U.S. bronze medalist and Four Continents bronze medalist. They announced the end of their partnership in March 2005.[1]
Manon began skating with Brandon Forsyth in March 2005.[2] They skated together until mid-2006 when she retired to pursue academic studies at the George Washington University. Prior to joining forces with O’Meara in 2003, she competed with Michel Klus.
Currently, Manon is a graduate student in the Slavic Department at the University of Virginia.

Contents

1 Competitive highlights
2 Programs
3 References
4 External links

Competitive highlights[edit]
(with O’Meara)

Event
2003–04
2004–05

Four Continents Championships

3rd

U.S. Championships
6th
3rd

Nebelhorn Trophy
6th
1st

Pacific Coast Sectionals

1st

Midwestern Sectionals
1st

(with Shalin)

Event
2002–03

U.S. Championships
10th

Eastern Sectionals
4th

(with Klus)

Event
2000–01

World Junior Championships
14th

U.S. Championships
1st J.

Junior Grand Prix, Poland
5th

Junior Grand Prix, Ukraine
4th

J. = Junior level

(with Obzansky)

Event
1997–1998
1998–1999
1999–2000

U.S. Championships
6th N.
2nd N.
6th J.

N. = Novice level; J. = Junior level

Programs[edit]
(with O’Meara)

Season
Original dance
Free dance

2004–2005[3]

You Can’t Take that Away From Me
42nd Street musical

Black Cat, White Cat (soundtrack)
by Goran Bregovic

References[edit]

^ “Two U.S. ice dancing teams announce end of partnerships”. U.S. Figure Skating. March 1, 2005. 
^ Mittan, Barry (September 13, 2005). “Another Chance for Manon and Forsyth”. Skate Today. 
^ “Lydia MANON / Ryan O’MEARA: 2004/2005”. International Skating Union. Archived
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