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Thread: Ice Dance: Predictions Hopes and Thoughts

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    My predictions 1) davis & white
    2) shibutani
    3)chock/bates, hubbell and donohue,
    5) kriengaret-gulleti smith
    6) aldridge/eaton if skates seniors

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    A&E are listed as juniors-not surprising, because who wants to create a Yankee Polka short dance just for US nationals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    A&E are listed as juniors-not surprising, because who wants to create a Yankee Polka short dance just for US nationals?
    The general trend does seem that in Ice Dance the juniors stay junior at the National level because of the different SDs. Though I can't recall when it was an OD, did seniors and juniors have different OD.

    Also from a logistical standpoint, A&E have really little to gain by competing at the senior level anyway given how crowded it is. Better to stay junior, dominate and get that junior worlds assignment.

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    Davis & White

    Breathtaking!!!!

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    Wow. The Wheaton Academy's teams medaled at all levels but Senior.

    Junior: McNamara/Carpenter: 3rd (Bronze), Pogrebinsky/Gudis: 5th, Miller/MacMillan: 6th
    Novice: Becker/Becker: 4th
    Intermediate: Gropman/Somerville: 1st, Sletten/Verburg: 3rd
    Juvenile: Green/Green: 1st

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemistry66 View Post
    Wow. The Wheaton Academy's teams medaled at all levels but Senior.

    Junior: McNamara/Carpenter: 3rd (Bronze), Pogrebinsky/Gudis: 5th, Miller/MacMillan: 6th
    Novice: Becker/Becker: 4th
    Intermediate: Gropman/Somerville: 1st, Sletten/Verburg: 3rd
    Juvenile: Green/Green: 1st
    Yeah, I've been impressed with these Wheaton Academy folks -- Loved Quinn and Lorriane! Their SD was one of the highlights for me!

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