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Dynamic Duo Dube and Davison

Dynamic Duo Dube and Davison

Jessica Dubé, 20, and Bryce Davison, 22, just missed winning their second consecutive Canadian pairs championship this season by a mere .15 point. But they came back strong after a disastrous fifth place in the short to…

Dube and Davison win gold in Reading

Dube and Davison win gold in Reading

With no expectations of placement, Canadians Jessica Dube and Bryce Davison came into the 2007 Skate America competition with simple goals; to earn 60 points in the short program…

Dube and Davison lead pairs at Skate America

Dube and Davison lead pairs at Skate America

In a small field of competitors, Canadians Jessica Dube and Bryce Davison took the lead after the short despite skating an error-laden program. The tandem barely edged out top-seeded Qing Pang and Jian Tong of China, who also had…

2007 Canadian Figure Skating Championships: Pairs Highlights

Jessica Dubé and Bryce Davison (QC) won their first Senior title, edging out Valérie Marcoux and Craig Buntin (QC) who settled for silver. Anabelle Langlois and Cody Hay (QC) won the bronze.

All three pair teams will represent Canada at both Worlds and the 4CCs.

In the Junior division, Carolyn MacCuish and Andrew Evans (CO) were the gold medal winners, while Amanda Velenosi and Mark Fernandez (QC) and Sarah McCoy and…

2004 Skate Long Beach: Pairs Highlights

The third of eight ISU Junior Grand Prix (JGP) of Figure Skating series took place September 9-12, 2004 in Long Beach, Calif. Skate Long Beach, which was hosted by the Glacier Falls Figure Skating Club, featured over 70 skaters competing in the ladies, men’s, pairs and ice dancing disciplines.

Throughout the JGP series, approximately 400 skaters world-wide are expected to compete for titles and monies totaling $365,000. The top eight…

'We'll Be Back' Say Dube and Davison

'We'll Be Back' Say Dube and Davison

Jessica Dube and Bryce Davison nearly had a perfect season this year, winning every competition they entered except for Junior Worlds, where they finished…

2003-04 Junior Grand Prix Final of Figure Skating: Highlights

The ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final was held at the Malmö Isstadion in Malmö, Sweden, December 12-14, 2003. The event featured the top eight qualifiers (in each discipline) from the eight Junior Grand Prix series which began in September.

Ladies

Japan’s Miki Ando won her second Junior Grand Prix Final competition (she won gold in 2002 and bronze last year). Lina Johansson of Sweden, who was in first…