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Another got in her way in 2010 when, as a newly minted Canadian citizen, Weaver and Andrew Poje, her new dance partner, missed qualifying by three-tenths of a point for the Vancouver Winter Olympics.
A third struck with painful force in December 2012: a broken left fibula that threatened to derail her progress toward another try at the Olympics.
When the pairs competition began at the London Games in 1908 — and even when ice dancing became an Olympic medal event at the Innsbruck Games in 1976 — the world of publicists, agents and athlete media machines was a fraction of the size it is now.
In today’s Internet-connected world, an athlete can go viral in seconds.
Kaitlyn Weaver frequently reflects on silver linings, which by definition means she has encountered clouds in her career as an ice dancer.
The American sister-brother ice dancing pair Maia and Alex Shibutani, known as the Shib sibs, have a photo arsenal that includes classical poses in front of an autumnal courtyard.
I think enjoying those things and showing ourselves as a united front in every way is really important to us.”Last summer, the Canadian ice dancers Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje had Broadway-themed photographs taken in New York in preparation for the program they are performing at the Olympics, which is inspired by the musical “42nd Street.” The two, who describe themselves as best friends, said it helped them get in the mood for the performance.