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    JGP and GP Finals Blog - Alex Aldridge & Daniel Eaton

    Daniel Eaton, Junior Ice Dancer from Detroit Area will be blogging about Ice Dance throughout the Grand Prix Final in Quebec City

    http://aldridge-eaton.ice-dance.com/blog/

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    Good luck to them at the JGP!

    I was so thrilled that they made it. I hope they have the skate of their lives and are very happy with their performances in Quebec.

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    Best of luck to them.

    May it be their time to shine !

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    From their blog, looks like they're staying at the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac. How fancy! I thought all ice dancing skaters live in a shack and eat canned beans. Who's footing the hotel cost?
    So glad to see Massimo Scali back on the ice coaching. I miss this team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlattFan View Post
    From their blog, looks like they're staying at the Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac. How fancy! I thought all ice dancing skaters live in a shack and eat canned beans. Who's footing the hotel cost?
    So glad to see Massimo Scali back on the ice coaching. I miss this team.
    I believe that the GP event organizer assumes room, board, and transportation cost of all invited skaters.

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    Fairmont must have given the GP host a sweet deal. The cheapest room is like $300/night.
    Imagine the USFSF coming to the Peninsula in 2009 asking for a deal for the World championship, they probably would have laughed and told it to pound sand. I'm impressed.

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