Four Continents 2018: Pairs Review

Last week at Four Continents, U.S. pairs fans saw a sight we haven’t enjoyed for a quite a long time: A U.S. pairs team standing atop the podium at an international competition. Tarah Kayne/Danny O’Shea of the United States won the title at Four Continents, with their U.S. teammates Cain/LeDuc right behind them. It was a great, and much-needed, step forward for the U.S. pairs program. Continue reading “Four Continents 2018: Pairs Review”

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Europeans 2018: Pairs Review

Last year, the pairs event at Europeans was one of the highlights of the entire season. Unfortunately, this year’s event didn’t quite live up to that standard. The competition lost a big star when Savchenko/Massot withdrew a few days beforehand, citing a desire to focus on the Olympics (plus an injury to Massot’s back). For the remaining pairs, Europeans 2018 was mostly a competition of missed opportunities, as few teams skated their best in Moscow.  Continue reading “Europeans 2018: Pairs Review”