- ^ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Trixi Schuba Biography and Olympic Results. Sports Reference. Sports Reference. [1 February 2011].
- ^ Hamill, Dorothy; Clairmont, Elva. Dorothy Hamill On and Off the Ice. A.A. Knopf. 1983: 114. ISBN 978-0-394-85610-0. "Still, it was exciting to see all the famous foreign skaters, Karen Magnussen from Canada (the local girl); Beatrix Schuba, the girl from Austria who was said to have the best figures in the history of skating; little Christine Errath from East Germany and her teammate Sonja Morgenstern."
- ^ Künzle-Watson, Karin; DeArmond, Stephen J. Ice Skating: Steps to Success. Steps to Success 1. Human Kinetics. 1996: 113. ISBN 978-0-87322-669-1. "To this day, there are two individuals considered the best at this art: Gillis Grafström of Sweden, who was the men's Olympic champion in 1920, 1923, and 1928, and Beatrix "Trixi" Schuba of Austria, who was the women's Olympic champion in 1972."
- ^ Sivorinovsky, Alina. Inside Figure Skating. MetroBooks. 2000: 17. ISBN 978-1-58663-005-8. "Her closest competitor, 1972 Olympic champion Beatrix "Trixie" Schuba of Austria, was a lethargic freestyler but arguably the greatest figure skater the world had ever seen."
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- ^ Hellmut Seibt - A Life For Figure Skating. Vienna: Eissport Klub Englemann.
- ^ U.S. men win on ice, but not like Dutchman.. The Miami News (Miami, FL). Associated Press. 7 February 1972 [22 January 2010]. "And, just as she said she would, Miss Schuba used that lead to breeze to victory and a gold medal while Miss Holmes faded to fourth, giving Miss Magnussen, the North American champion, the silver and Miss Lynn, the four-time U.S. titlist, the bronze, America's second in the games."
- ^ Figure Skating at the 1972 Sapporo Winter Games: Women's Singles. Sports Reference. Sports Reference. [1 February 2011].
- ^ Trixi wins title and then retires. The Montreal Gazette (Montreal). Canadian Press. 13 March 1972: (23) [9 February 2011]. "Trixi Schuba, a sad Austrian girl who laughingly apologized for winning, has capped her international skating career by retaining her world figure-skating crown."
- ^ Schuba Edges Proell As Athlete of Year. Lawrence Daily Journal-World (Lawrence, KS). Associated Press. 22 December 1972: (15) [24 August 2011]. "Austria's Beatrix Schuba, the world and Olympic figure skating champion, beat double World Cup ski winner and current leader in the Cup standings, Annemarie Proell, in a sports writers' poll of Best Athlete of the Year."
- ^ No More Figures In Figure Skating. The New York Times. Associated Press. 9 June 1988 [4 February 2011]. "Under the rule change, the figures' share of the total score, which was 60 percent 20 years ago, will go down immediately from 30 to 20 percent. A revamped short program's value will be increased to 30 percent from 20."
- ^ Neumann, Fritz. Trixi Schuba: "Mehr als zwei Schnitzel kann ich auch nicht essen am Tag" [Trixi Schuba: "I can't eat more than two schnitzels a day"]. Der Standard. 2 February 2006. （原始内容存档于26 February 2014） （German）.
- ^ 14.0 14.1 Erfolge. Trixi Schuba. Zenker und Co. [1 February 2011].