Monthly Archives: March 2015

Worlds Preview: Pairs

So, we’re finally down to the big event. The pairs competition at Worlds starts next Wednesday, March 25! I can’t wait. I think it’ll be a great competition, and I expect a lot of season’s-best performances, especially from the Chinese … Continue reading

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A Look Back at Junior Worlds Pairs

Although it’s been a couple weeks since Junior Worlds, I wanted to take a quick look back at the pairs event there. I have to admit, in the past I’ve never watched junior pairs. However, I was drawn into this … Continue reading

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Stars on Ice 2015

Last night, I had so much fun seeing Stars on Ice in Providence, RI! It’s a terrific show this year–well worth the ticket price. I’ll just share some thoughts and impressions from last night. The theme of this year’s Stars … Continue reading

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Will Stolbova/Klimov’s Decision to Skip Worlds Pay Off?

The biggest news in pairs the last couple weeks was definitely Stolbova/Klimov’s decision to skip Worlds. This decision was so unexpected that it’s taken me a while to process it. Stolbova/Klimov’s official reason for skipping Worlds is to start preparing … Continue reading

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A Community Ice Show: Champions on Ice

Last Saturday, I had a lot of fun attending a small-scale community ice show: “Champions on Ice” at Labrie Family Skate at Puddle Duck Pond in Portsmouth, NH. Puddle Duck Pond is a small outdoor rink in the historic Strawberry … Continue reading

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Why Pairs?

When I started this blog, I had the intent to focus it partly on pairs skating. So I jumped right in and started writing reviews of pairs events last fall. Recently, it occurred to me that some people might be … Continue reading

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