First international competition for Brian this year, and
first medal at the Skate America
in Atlantic City. Well, Brian sure had hope to keep the
title he won last year, but several mistakes kept him
from the first place. Some stumbles on the quad and on
the triple Axel, with also an problem in the step sequence,
Brian was tense during his short program. He redeemed
himself in the free where, despite the fall on the opening
quad and a hand down the loop, he complete the whole set
of triple, and finish second. Brian finished third overall,
3.5 points from the silver medal of Evan Lysacek, with
the japanese skater Daisuke Takahashi winning the gold
medal. The other french skater Yannick Ponsero did well
for his debut on the international senior scence, with
a 5th place.
Next competition for Brian, the Trophée
Eric Bompard in Paris, on novembre 17-20.
Brian won the very first competition of the season, the
french Masters, that took
place on the last days of September in Reims. Fist after
the short program, he was really far ahead his main oponents
during the free program and claimed the victory. Follow
this link for detailed results.
September 2005, 20th
Brian turns 21 today, Happy Birthday !
These last days a meeting of the best french
skaters took place in Courchevel, in the French Alps.
The end of a busy summer for Brian, who worked for two
months in Courchevel with his new coach Andreï Berezintsev.
Spins, footwork, jumps, Brian worked hard and polished
the new programs Nikolaï Morozov choregrpahed for
him last May. These new programs, including a new long
program to the music of 'Lord of the Dance', will be presented
for the first time at the French
Masters, that will take place this year in Reims,
from the 29th of September to the 2nd of October.
Then, Brian will take part to two Grand Prix events :
Skate America in Atlantic
City in October and the Trophée
Eric Bompard in Paris in November. Next xill be
the French Championhsips
in Besançon in December, the European
Championships in Lyon in January, and of course
the Olympic Games in Turino
in February. The new season is about to start !
May - June
Brian-Véronique it's over ! When Brian and Laurent
Depouilly stopped their cooperation in december, Brian
went back to Véronique Guyon-Desgardins, the coach
who discovered him. Now they decided to split... Brian's
new coach will be Russian. Andreï Berezintsev, it's
his name, is known for having coached Fleur Maxwell, the
skater from Luxembourg, who made a strong impression for
her first European Championships in Turino.
For now Brian his enjoying some vacations, before resuming
training in July in Courchevel. Andreï Berezintsev
will join him there, before settling in Poitiers for the
After communication problems with the french federation,
Brian was blamed by the ISU for not providing his training
schedule on time. The president of the french federation
apologied, let's bet that this kind of problem won't happen
Brian spent 15 days in the US to build his two new programs
with Alexei Morozov, who choregraphed the now famous ''Matrix'
LP. First presentation of the new programs at the French
Worlds Championships in Moscow
Less than one year before the Olympic
Games in Turino, these Worlds Championships in Moscow
is the last time the best skaters in the world will face
each other (Worlds will be after the Olys next year).
Then, it’s time to climb up on the hierarchy…
What can we say....After the withdrawal of Evgueny Plushenko,
it seems the battle for the world title was essentially
between Brian and Stéphane Lambiel... but it turned out
it was between Brian and... Brian.
For there are been only a few very good programs tonight...
Emmanuel Sandhu made it rather satisfactorily, with a
quadruple toe but again a single Axel, Frédéric Dambier
with some mistakes here and there but with a good program
with quad Sal and triple Axel, the belgian skater Van
der Perren who is doing triple Axels again, the american
champion Weir who delivered a good program despite his
injury, the chinese skater Li with a very good start with
two different quads and triple triple combo wih the Axel
before losing stamina...
Several decent programs, but the overall competition would
have been not really interesting. Brian was overwhelmed
by his nerves : the opening quad turned in triple showed
he was not yet very confident. He tried it again later
but fell... He couldn't not relax during his program,
making mistakes on the loop and on the combos, but even
more unsual mistakes on pick jumps like Lutz and flip.
13th in the free, 6th overall, the last time Brian was
so tense was probably at French Nationals in Briançon
! However Brian will most probably learn from this experience
and come back even stronger as he did in the past. Better
do that at Worlds that at the Olys ! And with only two
french skaters next year, the battle will be interesting
on the national level...
The world title is then for Stéphane Lambiel, first title
ever for a swiss skater ! However his program tonight
was miles away from the one he presented in the QR : two
good quads, but apart from that only two other triples...
Probably a lot of tension with the occasion to win the
title ! Second is Jeffrey Buttle and third Evan Lysacek,
who are rewarded for their regularity more than for risks
they took on the technical side : both made mistakes on
the triple Axel, and have no quad yet. But a medal for
their first participation is not bad at all !
These championships are full of surprise ! If some skaters
were already out of the podium after the QR, some buried
themselves after the short program… Like Stefan Lindemann
who was second of his QR, but his only 18th, due to his
23rd place in the short program. Unfortunately, Samuel
Contesti also completely blew up his short, with a 29th
place. He his 26th overall, so he will not take part to
the free program. Frédéric Dambier is on the right way
with an overall 11th place.
The other enormous surprise is the 5th place of Evgueny
Plushenko ! His recent groin injury probably took him
too far from the rinks to practice enough. However, his
first place on the QR makes him third overall.
Brian is in the second place in the short program and
overall. With a good short program, he is now in advance
compared to Evgueny.
Who is in first then ? Stéphane Lambiel of course !
So in the long program, Brian will have in one hand not
to forget Evgueny, who is just behind him (Jeffrey Buttle
is not that far either) : for sure the reigning world
champion, skating at home, will try to redeem himself…
On the other hand, Brian will have to deliver a great
free program to win with more than 5.5 points over the
swiss skater if he wants to capture the gold… ‘impossible
n’est pas francais!’
First surprise : the two favorite skaters, Brian and Evgueny
Plushenko (respectively second and first last year), are
both first to skate in their qualification group. Evgueny
ends first of his group with more than 150 points, ahead
of Stefan Lindeman, bronze medallist at last Worlds and
Europeans (130 points), and of Johnny Weir, the American
champion, who is truggling with a tendonitis. But Evgueny
was quite far from his usual level : coming back from
a groin injury, he did not tried any quads.
In the other group, the first skaters had approximately
the same points, but the first of the group was Stéphane
Lambiel, with a total greater than Plushenko’s ! As last
year he performed a very good program, with two quads
and two combination. Despite the early hour in the morning,
Brian delivered a good program, despite a little struggling
between the opening quad and its combination, and a fall
on the final triple Lutz. With 132 points, he ends second,
ahead of Evan Lysacek, the winner of the 4 Continents
Championships this year, and of Jeffrey Buttle, the reigning
Good qualifications for the French skaters, as is Frédéric
Dambier was a little off (11th of the group), Samuel Contesti
skate really well for his first worlds and finished 5th.
All three skaters are qualified for the short program.
Let’s point out that unfortunately Takeshi Honda had to
withdraw after reinjuring his ankle, and that other talented
skaters did not skater very well (like Emmanuel Sandhu
7th), or even disappointingly (Timohty Goebbels, 9th).
European Championships in Turino
Long program :
Brian delivered a very good
long program, with the second quad replaced by the triple
flip-triple toe combo. However Evgueny Plushenko was stronger
: he wins the long program as well as the title, but his
program was not completely perfect and Brian is just 3
Short program : Brian in first !
Maybe a bit of tension, but the short programs were
not all perfect. Brian delivered a very strong program
though, to finish first ahead of Plushenko and Lambiel.
The quad and the triple Axel were maybe not completely
smooth, but Evgueny stepped out of the quad and fought
with the triple Axel, and Stéphane singled his
Axel. Hard work for Brian tonight in defending his title,
as Evgueny will surely want to improve his program. However
Brian will benefit from skating first in the last group
Brian and Laurent Depouilly will no longer work together,
Brian will now receive the advices of his former coach,
Véronique Guyin-Desgardins. In Turin Brian will
defend his title at the European Championships. The music
of his long program '1492' has been revised by Maxime
Rodriguez. Stay tune this week !
Happy New Year !
Season's Greeting !
Grand Prix Final in Pekin
After a somewhat average short program, with several
mistakes on the jumps, Brian was in 4th place. The beginning
of the long program was impressing : quad toe, the long
time no see triple Axel-triple toe combo, and the triple
flip. However the triple-triple combo with the flip was
short of rotation on the second jump. Good triple loop,
but a surprising fall on the triple Salchow and Lutz turned
in double marred the end of the program. Brian finished
4th in the long, and 5th overall, while Plushenko wins
Brian will now have some well deserved rest after a very
French Nationals in Rennes
After a very good long program, Brian won another
French title ! While Frédéric did a quadruple
Salchow, a triple flip-triple toe combination but struggled
with the triple Axels, Brian was very clean. Quadruple
toe, triple flip-triple toe combo (because Fred did it),
and the other triples, the only little mistake was step
out of the triple Lutz. Congratulations !
Brian is currently second after the short program,
behind Frédéric Dambier and ahead of Stanick
Brian had to withdraw of the Cup
of Russia, but flew to Auburn Hills, Michigan,
early december for the 'Marshalls
World Cup of Figure Skating'. Only one free program
to skate, the old 6.0 system... Brian had some problems
with his jumps, especially the opening quad and the two
triple Axels. His marks were between 5.2 and 5.3 in technique
and 5.5 and 5.7 for presentation. Brian ends third behind
Evgueny Plushenko and Evan Lysacek, but ahead of Johnny
Weir who defeated him at the Trophée Eric Bompard.
Lalique is dead, long live the Trophée
Eric Bompard ! This
is how is now called the French Grand Prix event, which
will take place as usual at the Bercy rink in Paris, on
the 19-21 of October. Information about this event is
available on the [FFSG
After a very good practice early in the morning, Brian
delivered a very good long program to win this part of
the competition, although finishing second overall. Very
good quadruple toe to start, followed by all the different
triples and the step sequecences Brian is known for. The
only little mistakes were a little wobble on the triple
Lutz, and the second quad turned into triple. Johnny Weir
won the competition, entering his free program very strongly,
but finishing a bit short with only doubles. Thrid is
Emmanuel Sandhu who had several problems on major elements,
but benefited from his advance after the short program.
First at Skate america, second at Trophée Eric
Bompard, Brian is qualified for the Grand Prix Final.
Second to step on the ice, Brian looked a bit stiff.
The opening quad went well, but he only could combine
it with a 'half loop double toe' that does not count as
a combination. Major problem with the triple Axel but
perfect triple flip, this program with good and bad elements
puts Brian in fourth, behind Johnny Weir, Emmanuel Sandhu,
and Daisuke Takahashi (Timothy Goebel withdraw). First
to skate in the second group in the free program, Brian
has a big chance to step on the podium.
The 'Andrea Bocelli Tribute on Ice'
takes place on the 12th of november in Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Among the prestigious guest skaters, like Brian Boitano,
Brian Orser, Todd Eldredge, Paul Wylie, Ekaterina Gordeeva,
Nicole Bobek, Caryn Kadavy, Sylvia Fontana, Renee Roca
and Gorsha Sur, there is Brian of course !
Brian took part to the gala of the Coupe
de Nice onthe 7th of November. Two french skaters,
Samuel Contesti et Stanick Jeanette, medalled. Some pics
can be found [here].
Summer 2004 / Begining of the 2004-2005
Brian trained this summer in Simbsbury
under the direction of Alexeï Yagudin (some pics
Then, Brian first compete during the Masters
de patinage which took place this year in Châlon
en Champagne, on the 18th and 19th of September. For a
overview of the competition, just follow [the
link -some pics and videos included-].
Back in Amerca, Brian could improve his free program during
Classic] that took place in St. Paul, Minnesota,
on the 1st of October. Despite some mistakes, Brian finished
second behind Timothy Goebbel, with a 3/2 split.
First big competition of the season, first victory ! Brian
wins the Skate America for
the second year in a row, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,
at the end of October. Even though Ryan Jahnke won the
free program, where no skater was clean, Brian wins the
competition with a second place in the free and a first
place in the short. Michael Weiss ends third.
April 2004 :
Les Etoiles de la Glace' tour, co-organised by the FFSG
and Battants Organisation will stop in several cities
in May and this summer (dates are available in the section
'To come...'). Brian will
tour with Surya Bonaly, Isabelle Delobel and Olivier Schoenfelder,
Marie-France Dubreuil and Patrice Lauzon, Angelica Krylova
and Oleg Ovsiannikov, Lucinda Ruh, Frédéric Dambier, among
other. More information on www.battants.com
Brian will now take part to the french tour, more details
in the section 'To come...'
Brian took part to the Marshall's Challenge in Pittsburg,
where he finished second behind derrière Evgueny
Plushenko. His free program was probably the most difficult
he's done this season, with the quadruple-triple combinaison,
the second quadruple, the triple Axel-triple toe combinaison,
a step out out of the triple Lutz, and the triple flip,
boucle et Salchow. He beat Plushenko on the first mark
March 2004 :
Brian takes part to the World Championships in Dortmund,
in Germany, where he has to confirm his european title
by placing among the top skaters ! Besides european skaters,
Brian will also face north american skaters like Emmanuel
Sandhu as well as skaters from Asia.
Long program : Silver medal ! At 19 Brian becomes
world silver medallist, with a great long program including
all the triple jumps and two quads. The triple toe of
the quad-triple combinaison was a little overrotated,
but the combinaison was at 2mn of the program. The rest
of the jumps was brilliant, with also very good step sequences
in a program skated with determination and maturity. Except
a 5.6, all the marks were between 5.7 and 5.9 in technique
as well as in presentation. Plushenko won his third world
title, with an excellent program despite a fall on the
That would have been a truly great season for Brian after
the european title !
Short program : Brian skates a clean short program
with a quadruple-triple combinaison, a triple Axel and
a triple flip. He finishes second of the short program
behind Evgueny Plushenko and second overall ! Third is
Stefan Lindemann who skates at home. Ilia Klimkin and
Emmanuel Sandhu bombed in the short program and are lower
in the ranks, with no real hopes of medal. On the other
hand Brian will fight in the long program on tuesday to
bring a medal home !
Qualifications : Brian finishes 2nd of his group,
behind Emmanuel Sandhu, and in front of Stéphane
Lambiel and Frédéric Dambier. In the other
group Evgueny Plushenko placed first and Ilia Klimkin
February 2004 :
Budapest (all the results in detail on the competition
Long program :
That's done ! Forty years after Alain Calmat Brian
is the EUROPEAN CHAMPION ! His long program was completely
under control from beginning to end, with an opening quadruple
toe, a very high triple flip, the triple Axel, the quadruple-triple
combinaison, followed by the triple loop, Lutz (very high
again) and Salchow. His marks were excellent, between
5.7 and 5.9 in technique and 5.5 and 5.8 for presentation,
with a vast majority of 5.8 on both marks. The pressure
was then on Evgueny Plushenko... who missed a great part
of his program. Despite a great quadruple-triple-double
combinaison at the beginning of the program, he made several
unusual mistakes, like falling on a pop axel, popping
the Axel a second time, falling on the triple flip, doubling
the triple Salchow, and having a little lack of balance
in the final spin. After having threatened Evgueny in
the short program, Brian logically finishes first in the
long program and wins his first European title !
The podium could have very well include another french
skater as Frédéric Dambier skated a great
free program, with the whole set of triple jumps, a quadruple
and a lots of passion. The judges preferred Ilia Klimkin
who started very well with a quadruple-triple and a triple
Axel-triple toe combinaisons, but then fell on the second
quad, stepped out of the triple flip twice, forgot the
triple Lutz, in a program that lacked sparkles.One judge
even placed him first, ahead of Brian (!). Damien Djordjevic,
the third french skater, ends at the19th place.
Anyway, the french team can be proud of its members, with
Brian and Frédéric skating almost flawlessly
throughout the competition. With consistent skaters and
a gold medal, the french team will have to face the hesitating
russians who will seek for revenge at the Worlds Championships,
with also the skaters from Asia and North America.
Short program :
The first french skater to step on the ice, Damien Djordjevic,
skated a clean short program that announced a promising
evening. Frédéric Dambier, first to skate
in the last group, probably did his best short program
ever, with a quadruple Salchow-double toe loop combinaison,
a splendid triple Axel and a triple flip. Ilia Klimkin
then also skated brilliantly, with a triple Axel-triple
toe combinaison and a quadruple toe. Evgueny Plushenko
seemed somewhat less secure, with notably a difficult
landing on the quad toe, with only a double toe in combinaison.
However, his step sequence were very well skated.
Last to skated, Brian stepped on the ice with a smile,
and seemed really confident. 2 minutes and a half later,
he had also realised his best short program, with perfect
jumps including a quadruple-triple combinaison, a triple
Axel and a triple flip. 'Time' was very secure, with ease
and maturity. Brian ends second of the short program,
but with 4 first place ordinals. A great battle is expected
for the free program between Brian and Evgueny, with Ilia
Klimkin close behin and why not Frédéric
Brian skated a great free program to win his qualification
group, with technical marks between 5.5 and 5.8, and artistic
marks between 5.0 and 5.9. Second is Frédéric
Dambier who also delivered a very good program. The third
french skater, Damien Djordjevic, ends 12th of this group.
In the other qualification group, Evgueny Plushenko finished
first, ahead of Ilia Klimkin and Stefan Lindemann.
January 2004 :
Happy New Year !
Brian takes part in team training sessions at the rink
of Athys-Paray, in order to prepare the European
Championships that will take place next month in
December 2003 :
Brian was the clear winner of the
French Nationals, where he placed first in the
short and in the long program, to earn his second title
in a row. In the short program he landed the quadruple-triple
combinaison for the first time this season, even though
the landing was a bit stiff. His long program was also
well skated, with only an insecure landing on the second
quadruple that provoked a fall. Both his short and long
program were carefully watched by Laurent Depouilly, as
well as Alexei Yagudin, who seemed to be really into the
skating of his sudent.
Brian is defending his title at the French
National Championships in Briançon, on the
20-21 of december. He then participates at the Gala
du Centenaire in Courchevel on the 23rd of december.
Timothy Goebel withdraws from the Grand
Prix Final, Brian is then qualified for this competition.
However, he lets the second alternate, the canadian skater
Emmanuel Sandhu, go instead of him.
Brian ends 4th at the NHK Grand
Prix, that makes him first alternate for the Grand
November 2003 :
Trophée Lalique :
Brian finishes 6th ofthe short program, 2nd of the long
program and 4th overall.
The French Skating Federation helds a press conference
to announce that Alexei Yagudin, the current olympic champion,
will help Brian in his preparation for the Olympic Games
in Turin 2006.
All the details of this competition soon online !
4th after the short program with a quadruple toe (stepped
out)-double toe combinaison, a triple Axel and a triple
flip, Brian finishes second overal behind Timothy Goebel
at the Cup of China. In his
long program he landed a quadruple toe and 5 other triples
(Axel, two Salchow, toe loop and loop), with only a double
Lutz in combinaison and a fall on the triple flip at the
end of his program.
The Lalique Trophy, second GP event of Brian, starts this
Brian will take part this week in his first
Grand Prix event, the Cup of China. The official website
of the competition can be reached following
new interview of Brian is available, you can find it in
the 'Interview' section or by clicking
October 2003 :
Brian changes coach
After having reached together the european vice-champion
title and the 5th place at Worlds, Brian and Véronique
decided to split. Brian still trains in Poitiers, and
is now coached by Laurent Depouilly.
September 2003 :
Brian won the Masters in Colmar in front of Frédéric
Dambier and Alban Préaubert. Using 'Time', his
short program from last year, Brian won the first part
of the competition. He also won the long program where
he presented his new program based on the music of 'Matrix'.
The mailing that had been discontinued in the last weeks
is now available again (all the mails have been sent but
with delay). Sorry for the inconvenience. For more flexibility,
a new address has been created, the old one being kept
for messages to the webmaster only.
March 2003 :
World Championships, Washington D.C.:
Brian ends at the 6th place in the free program, with
technical marks between 5.0 and 5.7, and marks for presentation
between 5.3 and 5.7, to finish 6th overall.
Short program: Brian
skated much better in the SP, with only a mistake on the
landing of the triple Axel. The jump combinaison was a
successfull 4T-3T, with marks between 5.0 et 5.4 in technique
and 5.4 et 5.7 in presentation. 6th in the short, 8th
before the free program, Brian skates last in the one
but last group.
Qualification : After
being woken-up in the middle of the night by the alarm
of the hotel, Brian was tired for the QR. His free program
had several mistakes (fall on the quad, fall on triple
Axel, no combinaison), with marks between 4.6 and 5.3
in technique and 4.8 and 5.6 in presentation, for a 9th
All the dates of the French Tour Team are available
in 'to come...'
4th after the short program, 4th after the first free
program, Brian finished 3rd of the second free program
and overall, and wins the bronze medal at the Grand
February 2003 :
The Grand Prix Final takes
place this week-end in Saint-Pétersburg, Russia.
Brian will skate his first free program friday 28th. The
official site of the competition can be found here;
if you want to directly go to the results page, click
January 2003 :
Brian will take part in a gala on the 31st of January,
in Toulouse (link).
He will also skate in Valence
on the 1st of February.
Vice European Champion !
After a clean program, with a quadruple toe, two triple
Axel and the other triples, Brian finished second of the
long program at the European Championships
and won the silver medal behind Evgueny Plushenko. Brian's
Overall, a very good performance of the french team,
with Frédéric Dambier delivering a strong
free program and Stanick Jeanette winning the bronze medal.
It was ten days since the last time two french skater
finisehd on the podium.
Despite a fall on the opening quad toe of his short
program at the European Championships,
Brian came back strong with a solid triple Axel and a
triple flip. It earned him the second place, behind Evgueny
Plushenko who also had problems with his combinaison (single
toe after the quad). Brian's marks :
Probably his first 5.9 in presentation !
Happy New Year !
Brian takes part in the European Championships in Malmö,
Sweden.Follow the link to access the
official website of the competition, or the Icecalc
Decembre 2002 :
French champion !
With an almost perfect program, Brian won the free program
and the title of the French National
Championships ! While Fédéric Dambier
popped his two attempts at quad Salchow and Stanick Jeanette
fell on the quad toe, Brian successfully landed a quad
toe at the very beginning of his long program. The quad
was in conbinaison with a triple toe, but he turned out
and put his hand on the ice on the second jump. Hoewever,
he followed with triple Axel, triple toe, triple loop,
triple Axel-double toe, triple Lutz, triple Salchow and
triple flip. He received the following marks :
Brian is at the moment second after the short program
at the French National Championships.
His only mistake was a fall on the triple flip, as his
combinaison quad toe - triple toe was great and his triple
Axel very smooth. The marks he received, following last
year system, were the following :
Stanick Jeanette took the lead with a perfect, yet less
demanding program : triple Axel-double toe, triple Lutz
and double Axel. The decision was a 5/4 split. Frédéric
Dambier is in 3rd with a turn-out on the triple Axel, a
good quad Salchow-double toe and a fall on the triple flip.
The french title will be awarded tomorrow, most probably
between these three skaters... Good luck to the Untouchables
Brian takes part this week-end at the French
national Championships. This year they take place
in Asnières sur Seine, close to Paris. Men short
programs are scheduled saturday 14th at 14h30 and long programs
sunday 15th at 13h. All the information concerning this
competition are available
on the french federation website (french only).
The interview is now online ! Several photos have also been
added in the corresponding sections, results have been completed.
Novembre 2002 :
1st at Skate America, 5th at Lalique Trophy, Brian has
enough point to reach the Grand Prix Final in Saint Petersburg
! Brian's next competition is French National in Asnières,
close to Paris.
Brian finished 5th at the 16th Lalique
Trophy in Paris, after having won the short program.
Detailed on the programs and on the marks following
After his victory at Skate America, Brian will participate
at the Lalique Trophy in Paris,
from the 15th to the 17th of november.
The guestbook is now available ! Just follow the link ;-).
October 2002 :
After the withdrawal of Alexei Yagudin, a medal at Skate
America was almost certain for Brian. He then won
the free skate ahead of Alexander Abt, and won his first
international senior competition. Kudos !
With a great short program, including a 4Toe-2Toe combinaison,
as well as a 3Axel and a 3Flip, Brian hit the second place
of the short program of the Skate
America in Spokane, behind Alexei Yagudin and in
front of Alexander Abt. Skate America
is the first Grand Prix where the new judging system is
experienced. Brian received marks between 5.4 and 5.8 in
both technique and presentation. His technical marks were
the highest of the short program.
Having problem to complete the triple Axel - triple toe
combinaison, Brian finished 6th at the second Korloff
Top Jump, held in Metz. He had made a amazing breakthrough
last year at this competition, finishing second.
September 2002 :
Brian took part in the French Masters in Brest on the 21st
and 22nd of September. He unveiled his new programs : 'Time'
of Pink Floyd for the short program, and the music from
'The Untouchables' for the long program, which he skated
for the time in its entirety. He finished 3rd in the short
and in the long, behind Stanick Jeannette et Frédéric
Summer 2002 :
The skaters from the french team, as well as international
guests will participate in several shows during the summer
in the south of France :
- August 4 and 5 in Frejus
- Agust 8 in Bayonne,
- August 9 in Béziers.