Here’s what happened this week: Team Aaron (Max Aaron | @Max TAaron) def.
Figure Skating Fantasy Football League is complete and Ashley Wagner sits alone atop the league standings after beating the previously undefeated Team Knierim.
In the video above, they also speak about the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics where they placed fourth.
Interestingly, Ben felt that the 2010 Games were more satisfying to them than the 2006 Games where they won the silver medal.
Team White (Charlie White | @Charliea White), 70-63 While both teams had poor weeks, it was Ricky Dornbush’s Team That ‘D’ that came out on top over Charlie White’s squad.Shpilband said that Madison Chock, who took ninth at worlds with Greg Zuerlein (who retired after the season), has had several tryouts with potential partners. medalists and 2010 Olympians who have competed together since 2001, ended their partnership several weeks ago, their coaches said.There's also the news of another acclaimed team that has split: Emily Samuelson and Evan Bates. They didn't compete last season because of Bates' severe Achilles' tendon injury; each is looking for new partners.I think being in Canton and training with the Shibs , and then the Shibs getting a medal and becoming a stable US n.2 really played its role. Alitha, both partners have said they're looking for new partners.Maybe they were thinking that if they split and start fresh they will have more chances. And I can't help but feeling that couples are pressured to peak too soon, and get results too soon as well. I can't imagine how difficult it will be for new teams with high caliber skaters to adjust to going back to square one. Most of these teams have spent that decade training together already, alithia. How does that mesh with your thesis (that the success of the Shibs, firmly ensconsing them as the 2nd dance team, has triggered other teams to split....