Belbin and agosta dating
I have recently become more and more interested in broadcasting, but for the moment I am completely focused on my skating.
Don’t get me wrong, I thought that Drobiazko and Vanagas should’ve gotten the bronze, but why put yourselves on the line?
Tanith/Benjamin: There was a sense of security provided by the fact that almost all of our fellow competitors signed their names to the petition right beside ours.
Paula: Were you satisfied with your placement at Worlds last year?
Is there anything you would have liked to have done different?
We have the extremely good fortune of following in the footsteps of amazing teams like Liz and Jerod, Gorsha and Sur, Peter and Naomi, and Shae and Vic (the first North American world champions). Although we thought earlier on in my immigration process that I would be able to squeeze in my citizenship process just before the 2006 Olympics, it seems that is no longer a realistic possibility.
Do you feel the same way and do you feel you have a legitimate shot at becoming World Champions in the future?Tanith/Benjamin: As North American skaters in an event which, historically, has been dominated by European skaters, we have been trying to climb the ladder to the top for many years. with a green card which I received late August, 2002.
Worlds was the most satisfying personally because we were able to skate cleanly in all three of our events; something we had yet to accomplish during the year.Merely four years after joining efforts, Tanith Belbin and Benjamin Agosto have already been touted as Olympic hopefuls as a result of their consistent and impressive climb up the world dance standings.The team finished in seventh place at these most recent World Championships, following two bronze medals on the Grand Prix and second place finish at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships.As long as we both continue enjoying what we are doing, I see no reason why we wouldn’t skate through 2010.Laura B: I would like to know Benjamin’s nationality.I definitely want to build myself a solid foundation with something outside of skating which I can shift over to once I’m retired from the sport.