Tag Archives: Paul Poirier

The ice dancing event at 2015 Worlds: utter joy

This is not about points, nor about medals – no need to talk about them three months after the Worlds. This is, in fact, a photo-story that captures the emotions, a colorful recap of the…

2014 Grand Prix Final: my personal list of (mostly Japanese) joys

What a roller coaster of a week this has been – and I loved every second of it. Of course, through the thousands of seconds spent in Barcelona, at this year’s edition of the Grand…

Paul Poirier: “This year for us is all about making a statement”

I’ll raise an imaginary hat to Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier for their free dance in Kelowna, at this year’s edition of Skate Canada. A well-deserved silver medal for these incredibly gifted skaters – their…

If Worlds were tomorrow… (2)

Rankings according to the scores received at Skate America, Skate Canada and Cup of China by the athletes participating at these three Grand Prix events. Inside Skating will update these rankings weekly. by Florentina Tone

The dancing stories of Skate Canada International

Looking back at this year’s edition of Skate Canada, I see the majestic short dance of Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje (the matador and his muleta), the playful free dance of Piper Gilles and Paul…