For Italy there could be some newcomers... more rollerskaters are having the gut to give it a try
Sabina Imaikina & Konstantin Bezmaternykh new pairs from Russia.
Montalbano/Krasnopolsky for Israel :-D
Sui/Han are still junior, aren't they? Her birthday is in the end of June, as far as I know.
http://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/showthread.php?t=73736They plan to do a new short program and want to keep their free skating for next season. They haven't decided yet whether they will check out the senior scene by competing in the senior Grand Prix, or whether they will stick completely to juniors. For ISU senior level championships, they will be too young in the upcoming season as Wenjing Sui will only be 15 on July 18.
Article on the 2010 World Junior silver medalists from Japan, Narumi Takahashi/Mervin Tran who train in Canada: http://www.goldenskate.com/articles/2009/060610.shtml
Tran revealed the planned music choice for next season: For the short, the team is going for a jazzy program to Feeling Good, while the free program will be a romantic theme to The Day You'll Love Me by Raul di Blasio.
The current World Junior silver medalists plan to compete at the senior level next year, but might come back to Junior Worlds.
I'm against this rule, personally, but as it exists wouldn't it benefit them (both money and ranking wise) to do both the JGP and GP circuit?
I thought Dennis Ten looked over worked and exhausted when he did that.
Oops !I guess it just seemed to me that Dennis Ten was entered everywhere you looked last season , and it seemed to me he looked more tired every time out.
The Day You'll Love Me by Raul di Blasio.
That's not the same tune that Eltsova and Bushkov skated to, is it?