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Health Problems Don’t Hamper U.S. Pairs Champs

Health Problems Don’t Hamper U.S. Pairs Champs

U.S. pairs champions Keauna McLaughlin and Rockne Brubaker continued their string of successes at U. S. Nationals in January, winning their second consecutive senior pairs title and third straight gold medal after winning junior…

McLaughlin and Brubaker bag US pairs title

McLaughlin and Brubaker bag US pairs title

The U.S. Pairs are finally getting somewhere. After many years of having a dismal showing at the National Championships, this year there were several noteworthy and inspired performances that…

McLaughlin and Brubaker take second US title

McLaughlin and Brubaker take second US title

Pairs skating at the U.S. Championships has been average at best in the past several years, but there…

McLaughlin and Brubaker take lead at US Nationals

McLaughlin and Brubaker take lead at US Nationals

Keauna McLaughlin (Los Angeles FSC) and Rockne Brubaker (Broadmoor SC) skated away with the lead after the short program in the Championship Pairs competition.

Skating a romantic program to Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata, the young team exploded…

McLaughlin and Brubaker capture Junior World title

McLaughlin and Brubaker capture Junior World title

The 2007 ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships continued Wednesday with the Pairs’ Free Skate after the Men’s Short Program.

In their first appearance as a team at this event, USA’s Keauna McLaughlin and Rockne Brubaker were the gold medal winners…

McLaughlin and Brubaker take lead at Junior Worlds

McLaughlin and Brubaker take lead at Junior Worlds

The 2007 ISU World Junior Figure Skating Championships continued Tuesday with the Pairs’ Short Program after the ice dancers completed the Compulsory Dance.

USA’s Keauna McLaughlin (14) and Rockne Brubaker (20) skated to music from…

2006-07 Junior Grand Prix Final: Pairs Highlights

USA’s Keauna McLaughlin and Rockne Brubaker edged out Ksenia Krasilnikova and Konstantin Bezmaternikh of Russia to win the gold, while teammates Jessica Rose Paetsch and Jon Nuss took the bronze. Kendra Moyle and Andy Seitz were fourth.

Short Program

Performing to music from the Somewhere in Time soundtrack, McLaughlin and Brubaker began with a very good level four lift, followed by side-by-side double Axels, a double twist, and a somewhat labored…