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    Adriana DeSanctis
    3lutz-2toe, 3sal-2toe, 3flip(hand down), 3toe(stepped out), 3lutz, 3sal(underrotated and stepped out), 2axel, 2axel,

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    Quote Originally Posted by aarower View Post
    I think Kate's parents are Canadian and/or she was born in Canada. Not sure about Adrianna, but she does train in Barrie. If you immigrate to Canada, I think it only takes 3 years to get your citzenship.
    Oh I see. I was thinking maybe Japan can send Suzuki to Canada!

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    Not sure if Adriana actually has citizenship. You only need it to compete in the Olympics. I don't know how releasing a skater to skate for a different country works. But lots of skaters skate for a country without being citizens of that country. For example, Kaitlyn Weaver skated for Canada prior to getting citizenship (which she now has).

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    Adriana DeSanctis
    3lz/2t, 3sal/2t, 3f (hand), 3t (tight), 3lz, 3sal (step), 2a-2a sequence
    A nice performance, needs more bend in her knee and look into the audience more. Show a bit more confidence and she'll be great. CBC said she moved to Barrie, ON to train at age 12. She is now 22 and waitresses to support her training.
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    Depends who you ask. The residency requirements aren't that stringent (3 years, may be accelerated)

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    Jessica Dube
    2 axel, 3flip(fall), 2sal, 1lutz, 2sal, ina bauer, 2axel-2toe, footwork sequense, 2(?)flip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scout View Post
    Not sure if Adriana actually has citizenship. You only need it to compete in the Olympics. I don't know how releasing a skater to skate for a different country works. But lots of skaters skate for a country without being citizens of that country. For example, Kaitlyn Weaver skated for Canada prior to getting citizenship (which she now has).
    One of the team members needs to be from Canada, though.

    Jessica isn't doing well. Not to sound churlish, but I'm almost glad - I'd rather the top five skaters be ... well, single skaters.

    ks, I think Canada should send a mass invite to every Japanese ladies skater!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImaginaryPogue View Post
    One of the team members needs to be from Canada, though.

    Jessica isn't doing well. Not to sound churlish, but I'm almost glad - I'd rather the top five skaters be ... well, single skaters.

    ks, I think Canada should send a mass invite to every Japanese ladies skater!
    well I am thinking Canada can have Suzuki and Suguri!

    Is it just me or? Canadian skaters have this weird back cross overs.. not sure what it is..

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    Jessica Dube
    2a (I think or 3t), 3f (fall), 2sal, 2sal, 2a/2t
    Beautiful skater, smooth, has a wonderful vulnerable quality. Jumps were not there today.
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    Myriane Samson
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    Quote Originally Posted by ImaginaryPogue View Post
    One of the team members needs to be from Canada, though.

    Jessica isn't doing well. Not to sound churlish, but I'm almost glad - I'd rather the top five skaters be ... well, single skaters.

    ks, I think Canada should send a mass invite to every Japanese ladies skater!
    Oh, that makes a lot of sense! Thanks for the clarification!

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    Myriane Samson
    Great skate for her! 3lp, 3f, 3lp/2lp/2lp, 3 lz (hand), 3f/2t, 3sal, 1a
    She has improved so much over the years. Great expression and much more relaxed skating than I have seen in the past. Nicely packaged too!
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    Great to hear that Myriane did well, I was rooting for her! Can't wait to see videos on youtube.

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    Amelie Lacoste
    2a-2a, 3R-2r(ur), 2lutz, 2flip, 3toe-2toe, 3sal, 3R.

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    What happened to Diane Szmiett?

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