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Weaver and Poje: dressed to kill

http://www.skatecanada.ca/2014/11/kaitlyn-weaver-and-andrew-poje-are-stepping-out-this-year-dressed-to-kill/   This is a story I wrote for the Skate Canada website. Appeared today, just as they are getting ready to compete at NHK Trophy.

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Second chances: Iliushechkina and Moscovitch

It’s impossible to say who is reaching out a helping hand most to the other: Lubov Iliushechkina, the 23-year-old Russian who hasn’t competed for two years? Or Dylan Moscovitch, who found himself pushing 30 and suddenly without a world-calibre partner, after Kirsten Moore-Towers decided to leave the duo for a two-quadrennial future? Together Iliushechkina and […]

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Things are not always as they seem

  So had people written off the smiley Jason Brown after he finished fifth at Cup of Russia (seventh in the short) with a host of bobbles? Not so consistent any more, some said. Not so easy with the mantle of the U.S. on his shoulders? Brown’s face when he finished his free skate told […]

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