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    Quote Originally Posted by judgejudy27 View Post

    In terms of actual ages they are middle aged, but as far as their bodies, pysch, and development curve they are ancient by now. I am actually more surprised they are continuing than Pang & Tong. It seemed to me the judges were sending a message last year but they didnt get the memo.
    Well, maybe as soon as China gets a decent #3 pair (after P/T and S/H) they'll retire. And why not skating till then.. A 5th or 6th place finish at Worlds is not so bad in terms of points, to help the team maintain its 3 spots.
    I don't know why but I see them competing till Sochi at least. Not sure about 2018 but that is not improbable given the latest example of their elder compatriots. By that time they may become a really good old team like Sziudeks or Pettikhs , maybe without making difficult tricks but developing some sort of their own style

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    not really news, a fairly old article before the 2010 olympics. For people who are interested in P/T
    http://zmqjjw123321.blog.sohu.com/144453071.html

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