Is Alaine Chartrand still involved in skating? I don't see her name listed anywhere at events so, I'm guessing she's retired. Is she coaching?From the videos, It appears Kaiya Ruiter is in the midst of a growth spurt, which may be why she is suddenly having problems with her jumps.
She hasn't "officially" retired, but effectively she is.Is Alaine Chartrand still involved in skating? I don't see her name listed anywhere at events so, I'm guessing she's retired. Is she coaching?
I must agree with your dismay that Lubov and Julianne are still waiting for partners. They are such talented pair skaters. They don't need a huge guy, either.I hope this is true and they can make a go of a partnership. I think Justine Brasseur is immensely talented. I'm not as familiar with Zach Daleman's skating. I'd also love to see a partner come out of the woodwork for Lubov, and Julianne Seguin (if she wanted to return). It's so incredibly sad to see these amazing pairs girls languish without partner options.
I was so proud of my Keegan!Keegan wins what may end up being Canada's only international medal of the season, the way things are going. The free skate dogged him all through last season after the Autumn Classic (i.e., after his family tragedy), so it was great to see a clean-ish version of it with all the big jumps delivered.
Scott, Lubov and Trennt are all seeking Skate Ontario coaching certification: