with Aldridge/Eaton, Macnamara/Carpenter, Chock/Bates , Hubell.Donohue potentailly surpassing them.
though not sure they might be reluctant to skate for Japana
as they will have to relinquish us citizenship as Japan forbids dual
they have 2 options
1 skate for Japan
2 find new partners that will not limit their capacities, too much cutsey brother/sister programs just wont cut it
Last edited by sky_fly20; 01-27-2013 at 02:29 AM.
The Shibs, on paper, aren't as promosing as B/C. Both B/C are former junior world champion. Both are stronger of the previous partnership. After one year together, they became stronger and stronger. By next year, they will leave the Shibs in the dust. And with the Shibs' limited range, it's really over for them. The Shibs are no competition for B/C.
They can keep H/D at bay this year, but the bronze is really up for grab next year.
Better to break up now and prepare for 2018.