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In their second year as ice dancing partners, Madison Chock, 21, and Evan Bates, 24, took home the 2013 U. Championships silver medal and claimed the bronze medal at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships.
You can expect the dynamic duo to bring some major power to Sochi, but despite their obvious charisma, they’re not a couple. ] Chock is dating fellow ice dancer Deividas Stagniunas, and Bates is single. Zhang says her perfect mate would be both athletic and funny, while Bartholomay says he looks for quiet, down-to-earth, and overall fun people.
They’ve been through everything from big wins and disappointing losses to nagging injuries, so it makes sense that they’re committed—to their sport.
“Skating takes up such a huge part of my time and energy, I don't really have many friends outside of the sport!
Ice dancing partners for five years, Canadians Alexandra Paul, 22, and Mitchell Islam, 23, make an adorable couple.