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Welcome to the 2017 Cup of China ice dancing free dance! This time, it’s a chilly Sunday afternoon. I really need to go make a cup of tea, but I can’t wait to see Papadakis and Cizeron, so let’s get started!


As I mentioned in the short dance post…

I have a harder time talking about ice dancing because I know next to nothing about dancing or the technical components of this particular discipline....

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Carmen Micsa Good to see you on Goodreads, Jenni.

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