It's going to be Morand&Leemann

Discussion in 'Great Skate Debate' started by viv, Sep 1, 2010.

  1. viv

    viv New Member

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  2. HisWeirness

    HisWeirness Toes. You gotta keep 'em separated.

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    The article adds, not suprisingly, that they will be coached by Steuer.
     
  3. elanor

    elanor New Member

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    I didn't realize Anais is so young. It somehow felt she has been competing for long. She's excelent already and deserves great partner.
     
  4. Sylvia

    Sylvia On to GP & U.S. Sectionals!

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    This article link and Balafish translation was originally posted in the Morand/Glebov thread: http://www.sport.sf.tv/Nachrichten/...hweiz-verfuegt-weiter-ueber-Eiskunstlauf-Paar
     
  5. Evilynn

    Evilynn ((Swedish skating dudes))

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    Anais is :kickass: so I'm happy we get to see her continue in pairs. :cheer2: I her new partner can keep up. :)
     
  6. kirkyo

    kirkyo New Member

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    Meanwhile, I would like to offer my services to "motivate" poor Dorsaz.
     
  7. viv

    viv New Member

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    :D

    As for Glebov, maybe one reason this didn't come to an end is that it is very difficult to get the Swiss citizenship. It lasts five years till you get it and you have to find a municipality which accepts your apply first. A former Cuban long jumper tried it with the result that she missed Beijing Olympics and last years Athletics World Championships - neither of the involved would have liked something like that.