I haven't seen him in a while, that's true. But I know Anais and I know how fantastic she is and I know how much experience she has as a pair skater
Anyway, a few months under Steuer would surely do wonders
Wait and see... Read you soon !!!!!!!!!
I wonder whether Anais will still go to her JGP assignment(s) as a singles skater...
Despite the resignation from Antoine Dorsaz Switzerland also further at international matches with a Swiss pair of ice art runs will be represented. Anaïs Morand forms with Tim Leemann a new duo.
Anaïs Morand (17) will start after the resignation of its partner Antoine Dorsaz in the future with the past single runner Tim Leemann (19). With sample training it “transmitted” After the unexpected resignation from Dorsaz in June Morand tried first with Estonians the Ilja Glebow. The project was however not further pursued. In the past week the Walliserin denied a sample training with the inhabitant of zurich Leemann, on which the two could agree fast on a co-operation. Thus Morand only a junior GP is planned as Einzelläuferin to deny and not like the whole season. New Chefcoach is the old Chefcoach of the new pair is Ingo tax, which the German Olympia third Aliona Savchenko/Robin Szolkowy led to two WM and three EM-titles. The pair run world champion of 1997 had already cared for Morand/Dorsaz in Chemnitz. Morand/Leemann will train however under the week in the zürcherischen Küsnacht. Here the former East German Paarläuferin Birgit Brandt will lead the trainings in co-operation with Richard Leroy and Cornelia servant.
So maybe now Popova and Glebov will team up?
SO maybe we will see the new team on the JGP circuit this year then? Or perhaps that is a tad ambitious for a recently formed team.
And I think we can argue the partnership was predicted on here first?
Summary of the article: Anais teamed up with Tim. She will only do one JGP as a single skater instead of the whole season.
Head coach is Steuer but they will train in Switzerland during the week.