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    https://twitter.com/MonikaPlatek/sta...341058/photo/1

    Adorable!

    I saw they did some filming with CBC and were in their SD costumes for the run-through.

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    Lynn Rutherford‏@LynnRutherford

    When ice dancers collide: No damage this PM when DavisWhite&ChockBates connected

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    Lynn Rutherford‏@LynnRutherford

    When ice dancers collide: No damage this PM when DavisWhite&ChockBates connected

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    Were they skating the SD or the FD this afternoon when the collision happened?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CassAgain View Post
    Were they skating the SD or the FD this afternoon when the collision happened?

    Sorry, I don't know. Surely during the practice of SD...I found this news on Twitter...

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    No idea. All I know is Charlie and Madison collided and Madison got up again very quickly. It was at the end of D/W's music, I believe.

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    It was during practice this afternoon that the collision took place -- pretty sure everyone was doing their SD -- and it happened at the practice rink (at least according to my printoffs). IIRC, I read somewhere that Charlie looked none too happy when it happened. I'm just glad everyone was apparently OK.

    Apparently this wasn't the only bump or near miss going on today with the dancers. Watch out peeps!
    Crazy about sports!

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    Meryl and Charlie signing their skates.

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    I guess they are auctioning them for some charity? Since the skates are black, I guess they were Charlie's? I see P&B's skates are next to theirs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DORISPULASKI View Post
    I guess they are auctioning them for some charity? Since the skates are black, I guess they were Charlie's? I see P&B's skates are next to theirs.
    I'm not sure whether those are Charlie's? The one Meryl is signing looks maroon. Here is more info about the project.
    http://www.artsproject.ca/gallery/sp...ents/art-skate

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    Have D/W ever collided with another team before? I can't recall it ever happening, at least in Seniors. But it sounds like everything is ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by literaryfreak View Post
    Have D/W ever collided with another team before? I can't recall it ever happening, at least in Seniors. But it sounds like everything is ok.
    I don't seem to recall anything of significance. They may have had some near misses. But that seems to happen with any sort of warm-up/practice it seems. The collision rate was especially high in that rink today. Warm-ups make me nervous. I'm still trying to erase the one from Nationals from my memory, involving Lynn/Logan.

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    Another one from Pyette.

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    Nice article from Pyette.

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    Meryl and Charlie get to skate first in the penultimate group of skaters at 8:34 PM eastern tomorrow.

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    Not an ideal starting position but they are pros so I'm sure that they will be focused on doing their best in what they can control. It will likely all come down to levels anyway. Unless there are uncharacteristic errors I'm petty sure that the pcs marks will be quite close in the short dance between them and v/m.

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    I don't know how much it would matter but skating close to 10 PM is almost like skating at bedtime for those in the Eastern timezone.
    Luckily, most people are still adjusting to DST.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jobelle View Post
    Not an ideal starting position but they are pros so I'm sure that they will be focused on doing their best in what they can control. It will likely all come down to levels anyway. Unless there are uncharacteristic errors I'm petty sure that the pcs marks will be quite close in the short dance between them and v/m.
    Unforunately, that's what happened last year at World's. It really came down to one level as determined by the Tech Spec., Marie Bowness of Canada. And surprise, surprice, guess who is the Tech Spec. this time around on Canadian soil, no less? Yep, Marie Bowness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suki View Post
    Unforunately, that's what happened last year at World's. It really came down to one level as determined by the Tech Spec., Marie Bowness of Canada. And surprise, surprice, guess who is the Tech Spec. this time around on Canadian soil, no less? Yep, Marie Bowness.
    At least she's got Judy with her this time. And Marie was assistant tech specialist at the GPF, wasn't she? Clinging to positive things!!!!

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    Marie seems to be a popular choice with the ISU .

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