By Seán Gillis
After the heartbreak of narrowly missing out on qualifying for the Olympics in 2014, Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier laid those demons to rest when they competed in PyeongChang in February of this year. While for many skaters an Olympic appearance might be the ultimate goal, the Canadians are setting their sights even higher for the season ahead.
By Hiro Yoshida
Three has been the magic number for Piper Gilles and Paul Poirier thus far this season, but the Canadians have set their goals higher.
We take a quick look back at what happened in the world of skating over the course of the past week.
That Was The Week That Was and tagged Aliona Savchenko, Anna Cappellini, Bruno Massot, Elizaveta Tuktamysheva, Evan Bates, ISU Junior Grand Prix, Luca Lanotte, Madison Chock, Mai Mihara, Marin Honda, Nebelhorn Trophy, Patrick Chan, Paul Poirier, Piper Gilles, Rika Kihira on .
September 25, 2016
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Here’s a short recap of some of the things that happened during the past week in the world of figure skating.
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November 4, 2014
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