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Thread: Splits, retirements, and new teams

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckm View Post
    Zahorski/Guerreiro should skate for Australia, then they would be guaranteed a berth for 4CC/Worlds.
    If they skate for France, they have guaranteed spot at Europeans and worlds, because France doesn't have that many senior teams at the moment, with P/B retired and C/J split.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanca View Post
    If they skate for France, they have guaranteed spot at Europeans and worlds, because France doesn't have that many senior teams at the moment, with P/B retired and C/J split.
    Not guaranteed, they would need minimum technical scores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mattieu View Post
    Not guaranteed, they would need minimum technical scores.
    Sure, but they would have to have that even if they skated for Australia as the previous poster suggested.

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    Speroff and Donlan discuss their respective plans for the future.

    Sounds like an amicable decision to go their separate ways. Excerpts:

    Former pairs partners Gretchen Donlan and Andrew Speroff are both heading to Florida -- for completely different reasons. Speroff and his girlfriend, former U.S. junior pair medalist Kylie Duarte, will be skating together as a pair on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship, Freedom of the Seas, starting in September.

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    "I couldn't be more excited about this big change in my life, skating in shows and traveling to these beautiful parts of the world," Speroff added. "It's something I've been thinking about and wanting to do for a long time now. It wasn't easy coming to this decision. ... I'm still very open to the possibility of competing in the future..."

    Duarte mentioned that she and Speroff had filed paperwork to keep their eligibility, in case they want to compete at some point.

    Meanwhile, Donlan and Nathan Bartholomay are now training together in Florida, with coach Jim Peterson.
    "Though I truly cherished our partnership together, I couldn't be more thrilled for the new and exciting life chapters Andrew and I are about to embark upon!" Donlan texted us. "Now, having found not just one but TWO Prince Charmings, I feel luckier than a Disney princess! I am incredibly excited to train with Nate and extremely grateful for the opportunity to join Mr. Peterson's training camp."

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    Alessandrini-Souquet will dance for France. But honestly I don't know who Souquet is

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    Pierre Souquet is a french ice-dancer that used to skate with Peroline Ojardias. Together they won the bronze medal at junior french nationals in 2013.

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    Does anyone have an update on Rockne Brubaker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornell08 View Post
    Does anyone have an update on Rockne Brubaker?
    He's working at Fox Valley Ice Arena in Illinois, and says he's unsure about his international future.
    http://kcchronicle.com/2014/07/22/fo...ating/ah3leo1/

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