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    Alicia Fabbri & Paul Ayer

    Alicia Fabbri and Paul Ayer are ice dancers representing Canada.

    Alicia was born on 16 February 2003 in Laval, Québec, Canada.

    Paul Ayer was born on 6 April 1998 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

    Alicia previously skated with Claudio Pietrantonio while Paul's former partner was Jolie Che.

    Alicia and Paul teamed up in summer 2018 and made their international debut at JGP Bratislava 2018 where they terminated fourth. They won silver medal at the 2019 Canadian Junior Nationals.

    They are coached by Julien Lalonde.

    Last updated on 16 January 2019

    ISU Bio
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00106084.htm

    Wikipedia
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    Paul - no entry yet

    Social Media
    Alicia's Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/alicia.fabbri/

    Personal Best Scores

    Personal Best Total Score 143.04 ISU World Junior Championships 2019
    Personal Best Score Rhythm Dance 58.53 ISU JGP Bratislava 2018
    Personal Best Score Free Dance 87.46 ISU World Junior Championships 2019

    Programs and Videos
    2018/2019
    SD: A Evaristo carriego by Eduardo Rovira and Obertuna performed by Forever Tango
    FD: Quand on na que l'amour by Jacques Brel; composition by Karl Hugo; Quand on na que l'amour performed by Pierre Lapointe


    2019 World Junior Championships
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    FD:
    2019 Bavarian Open
    RD:
    FD:
    2019 Canadian Junior Nationals
    RD: no video found
    FD: no video found
    2018 JGP Ljubljana, Slovenia2018 JGP Bratislava2018 Championnats québécois d’étéSkate Ontario 2018 Minto Summer competition
    RD: https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6qk5e4 (from 46:07 to 48:54)
    FD:

    Results

    2018/2019
    2019 Junior World Championships - 9 (143.04)
    RD: 13 (55.58)
    FD: 8 (87.46)
    2019 Bavaria Open (Junior) - 2 (144.64)
    RD: 2 (58.54)
    FD: 3 (86.10)
    2019 Canadian Junior Nationals - 2 (158.57)
    RD: 2 (62.20)
    FD: 3 (96.37)
    2018 JGP Ljubljana, Slovenia - 7 (131.46)
    RD: 6 (53.20)
    FS: 8 (78.21)
    2018 JGP Bratislava (22-26 August) - 4 (136.04)
    RD: 4 (58.91)
    FD: 6 (77.13)
    2018 Championnats québécois d’été (9-12 August) - 3 (140.07)Skate Ontario 2018 Minto Summer competition (26-29 July) - 2 (146.13)
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    I take it they represent Canada? Thanks for starting the thread!

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    Yes, they're a Canadian team. One of the more promising ones formed following the post-2018 Nationals carnage.

    Their programs at Championnats looked very good, I thought, obviously aside from the fall. At the moment Lajoie and Lagha are the only junior ice dance team that Skate Canada has given multiple berths to in the JGP; with three more still to go, these two seem like one of the stronger candidates for a second event.

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    Alicia and Paul seem to be coming together nicely and have momentum for their first season with two podium finishes, silver at Minto and bronze at Championnats. They're competing in Bratislava next week.

    Thanks for starting this! I might also start a new fan fest for a junior dance team that I have recently become a fan of in the next few days.

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    Alicia and Paul will skate last in their JGP debut in Bratislava. The event starts this Friday at 11:30 local time. I wish them the best placing possible. Good luck to them and all other junior ice dancers!

    http://www.isuresults.com/results/se...018/SEG007.HTM

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    I was a fan of hers with Claudio and I'm enjoying this new pairing so far. Wishing them good luck at their first JGP.

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    Alicia and Paul had a very good debut today in Bratislava. They received 58.91 points and placed fourth in the RD. It would be great if they could medal tomorrow, but even if they don't step in the podium, considering that this is their first international competition, I think they can already be happy with today's performance.

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    Shame about the fall in the free, which I'm sure they'll be disappointed by, but on the whole they look quite good for such a new team (and since the three teams ahead of them made no mistakes, they don't have to fret about losing a podium place).

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    What a pity the fall. Although even if they had skated without any mistakes, they would have probably still placed fourth, but the taste of that fourth place would be completely different. Apart from this they had a really good JGP debut for such a new couple and I hope they will be sent to another JGP event.

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    i think that no falls, means also better PCS here because they took a long time to get back.. even the spin almost didn't happen... so i thought they would lose the spin too... they were lucky there...

    it is fair to think they would not have medaled but they would have been closer... much closer which would have been encouraging.

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    Alicia and Paul are on the list of Ljubljana Cup (3-6 October). No info on Skata Canada website but I suppose it's only a matter of updating the webpage. I hope they will have more luck there than on their first event and are able to complete their programs without any falls.

    http://www.isuresults.com/events/cat03108817.htm

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    They are 2nd after RD at Canadian Junior Nationals. Congratulations! I hope they'll keep the position and end with the silver medal.

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    Yes! They won silver medal, which will probably be enough to go to the Worlds. Congratulations! It was pleasure to see them so happy and satisfied in the K&C

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    Alicia and Paul have been assigned to the Junior Worlds to be held in March (4-9) in Zagreb, Croatia. Congratulations and good luck!!!!

    https://skatecanada.ca/2019/01/skate...championships/

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    They are on the entry list for the Bavarian Open

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowWhite View Post
    They are on the entry list for the Bavarian Open
    That's excellent. It's good to have another international competition before the Junior Worlds.

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    They are 2nd with 58.54 points after RD at Bavarian Open.

    http://www.deu-event.de/results/BO2019/SEG017.HTM

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    They won silver medal at Bavarian Open. They had 3rd FD (86.10), but thanks to good RD result were able to keep the 2nd position. Congratulations and good luck at the Junior Worlds!

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