That's some gutsy move, it shows that they may want to aim for a Beijing 2022 medal, or at least a world medal. I love seeing skaters taking their careers into their own hands, moving part-time to Germany is no joke. All the best to them !
And if we get programs like we got these last 2 seasons...
If it's vague, it's fine then, but choreo would definitely make sense for them - especially for the Junior/Senior transition (even though they look like Seniors already, at least to me).
Thanks Iris, I'll keep that in mind... next to the 2456 couples training there, one more, one less... :D
I'd understand if you don't want to reveal who it is of course (but feel free to do so ! :D), but for choreo that wouldn't be a "surprise", Stolbova/Klimov have had choreo from Marie-France in the past even though they are a Pair team, not Ice Dance.
... My pop-corn stash is empty (thanks...
Oh that's quite interesting... it does makes it easier for everyone. US fed gets to have half of the US team in one place and it's easier to centralize, and no need for CAN skaters to train outside of CAN (litterally no CAN top teams trains outside now).
He'll be turning 33 during the next Games, which was Fabian Bourzat's Age durin Sochi. But since C/B have done "only" 7 seasons together, I'm guessing they don't feel done.
According again to TSL, Igor and Pasquale have teamed up, which makes that move to Montreal even weirder. :confused: