LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - When it comes to figure skating, it's hard to figure how some are so smooth while some struggle with the basics.
The Sunrise team tried to find out how Evan Whitlow, 16, Josephine Hagan, 15, and Ellie Scheinler, 14, got so good so young.
"When did you start skating, how old were you?" Lauren Jones asked.
"I was 3," Whitlow said. "Yes, I was 3."
They are at Iceland for hours every day, five or six days a week, every week of their lives.
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"I do about two hours of on-the-ice training," Scheinler said. "Then I do off-ice class, dance or ballet or Pilates."
There was no visible fear of failure or falling. They've never even been injured.
"My best move is my double axel," Hagan said. "I like it because you start forward, which is different from most jumps, and you go off the toe and then rotate for two and a half revolutions."
"The hardest thing I can land easiest is probably a triple sow cow," Whitlow said.