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Felicitas Babušíková (1940) - Biography

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Figure skating is the beauty of movement on ice and a music harmony

Felicitas Babušíková, née Kállayová, was born in 1940 into a prominent family in Bratislava. She attended the eight-year elementary school on Hlboká Street in Bratislava and in years 1962 - 1967 she studied at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Comenius University in Bratislava. After her graduation until her retirement in year 2000, she worked in health care as a biochemist. When she finished her active figure skating career in 1958, besides her job, she was involved in arbitration and secretarial activity. Since 1969 she worked as a Head of the Judges Committee in Czechoslovak Figure Skating Association. In 1970 she became an international judge for Czechoslovakia. From 1981 until 2004 she worked as the international judge of the ISU. In 2006 she was appointed the ISU Director for Figure Skating. In 2009 she became active in the Slovak figure skating again and from 2013 until June 2017 she was the Chair of the Slovak Figure Skating Association.

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