I vaguely remember after the 2002 Olympic pairs judging scandal some elite skaters, coaches and even ISU judges tried to form an alternative governing body to replace the ISU. I remember there were some big names behind this movement like Scott Hamilton, Dick Button, Kristi Yamaguchi, etc...mostly North American if I recall correctly. Anyway, I was just wondering whatever happened to this effort? Obviously, they were not successful in ousting the ISU, but did it even make an impact at all? I remember it was big news at the time, but it seemed to fade pretty quickly from public consciousness to where I barely remember the circumstances surrounding it. Can anyone jog my memory?