Monthly Archives: February 2015

Four Continents: Pairs Review

Going into Four Continents, the big questions were: Would Duhamel/Radford continue their dominant march toward Worlds? And would Pang/Tong still be competitive after a year off (and at the age of 35)? The answer to both questions turned out to … Continue reading

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Winter Universiade: Pairs Review

At the risk of providing too much pairs coverage, I wanted to do a quick review of the pairs event at Winter Universiade last weekend. There were only 6 pairs in this competition, but 4 were high-level teams. The event … Continue reading

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Highlights: Canadian Nationals Pairs

Going into Canadian Nationals, there wasn’t much doubt who would stand atop the pairs podium. Duhamel/Radford were the odds-on favorites, following an undefeated season on the Grand Prix. And indeed, they cruised to victory. However, there was still plenty of … Continue reading

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Highlights: U.S. Nationals Pairs

So, I was planning on doing full reviews for the pairs events at U.S. and Canadian Nationals. However, with snowstorms, school cancellations, and TV/IceNetwork coverage issues last week, I just wasn’t able to get to it in time! 😦 But … Continue reading

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European Championships 2015: Pairs Review

Well, it was an interesting pairs event in Stockholm! Going into Europeans, I think most were expecting the Russian pairs to sweep the podium. And so they did. However, the other Euro pairs put up a stiffer challenge than expected. … Continue reading

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