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November 05, 2007
That Vera Bazorova is quite a catch—at least to Yuri Larionov (above right). The Russian snagged his partner en route to winning bronze in the pairs at Skate America. In the women's competition Kimmie Meissner (above left), 18, won gold after world champ Miki Ando of Japan tumbled in the short program (top). Tanith Belbin and Benjamin Agosto (bottom left), silver medalists in Turin, two-stepped to the ice dancing gold ahead of France's Nathalie Pechalat and Fabian Bourzat (bottom right) and Israel's Alexandra and Roman Zaretski (center), who stumbled to seventh place.
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November 05, 2007

Skate America

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That Vera Bazorova is quite a catch—at least to Yuri Larionov (above right). The Russian snagged his partner en route to winning bronze in the pairs at Skate America. In the women's competition Kimmie Meissner (above left), 18, won gold after world champ Miki Ando of Japan tumbled in the short program (top). Tanith Belbin and Benjamin Agosto (bottom left), silver medalists in Turin, two-stepped to the ice dancing gold ahead of France's Nathalie Pechalat and Fabian Bourzat (bottom right) and Israel's Alexandra and Roman Zaretski (center), who stumbled to seventh place.

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