Stars On Ice

By on Apr 30, 2018 in @SkatingPj, Olympics, Skating

I’m baaaaaaacccck! I didn’t realize that I was going to take 3 weeks off – until I did. I was sidetracked with home renovations, going through all of my papers from the season and preparing my taxes. In other words, April showers bring … er … get your house in order, or however that saying goes! The good, no great news is Paul and I have created a plan to create and...

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By on Mar 26, 2018 in @SkatingPj, Olympics, Skating

Courage is the word of the week. I am in awe of Kaetlyn Osmond who just won the World Figure Skating title in Milan. I say this because if I had won an Olympic bronze medal one month ago in PyeongChang, I might have skipped this Worlds. Kaetlyn didn’t. She went out on the ice for the free program and just decided to skate her best and see what happened. She wasn’t...

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Where does the time go?

By on Mar 19, 2018 in @SkatingPj, Skating

Where does the time go? By the time you read this, I will be in Milan, Italy for the ISU World Figure Skating Championships. It seems like just yesterday when Paul (aka The Boss) and I decided to create and promote figure skating content on a weekly basis during the season. One of my favourite half hours of content creation is my weekly Wednesday Facebook Live...

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Guest Blog: Planning, Flexibility and Responsibility

By on Mar 12, 2018 in @SkatingPj, Olympics, Skating

Hi, it’s Paul Dore here – I am Pj’s producing partner. Some of you might have heard me chime in from off-screen during Facebook Lives or heard me on the @SkatingPj Podcast. Pj graciously gave me the keys to her blog this week so I could share this article I wrote about my father in support of the David Dore Leadership Fund. Included with this guest...

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Springboard to Greatness

By on Mar 5, 2018 in @SkatingPj, Skating

Figure skating: the sport that never sleeps! I can’t believe that I have only been home for a week and it’s already the ISU World Juniors this week! It started me thinking about World Juniors and the impact that it has on the sport. It is a fact of life that there are some skaters who flourish as Juniors and are never heard from again. Then there are others for whom...

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One Word: Wow!

By on Feb 26, 2018 in @SkatingPj, Olympics, Skating

Wow is the best word to describe what has transpired here in South Korea over the last couple of weeks. To have a front row seat, ok technically a second-row seat, to figure skating history being made is something from which I will not tire. I have no illusions about my place in all of this. I am like the luckiest fly on the wall. I don’t really matter in the grand...

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