Archive Monthly Archives: April 2016

Duhamel and Radford golden

BOSTON, Ma. There is only one thing certain about the pair event. It is unpredictable. Certainties are never certainties here. Banks don’t deal in this currency. The scales of justice are forever tipped in the direction of the fearless and the brave. And apparently, that’s what Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford are: mindfully, powerfully adept […]

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Fernandez: skate of a lifetime

BOSTON, Ma. Yuzuru Hanyu doesn’t live in a normal world. On Saturday night, after the men’s free program, Japanese fans waited and waited for a chance to see their fallen hero, who had squandered a 12-point lead after the men’s short – to win the silver medal, not the gold. No matter. Well past midnight, […]

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Pair short, Boston

BOSTON, Ma. “Enough is enough,” said Meagan Duhamel. Both she and her partner Eric Radford had enough of the cloying feelings of frustration this season when they finished a program and looked at each other, regret in the air. Not this time. After the national championships, Duhamel and Radford sat down with choreographer, light-at-the-end-of-the-tunnel skatingmeister […]

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