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October 2009Providential pair
Denney and partner Jeremy Barrett, 25, wafted into the spotlight when they edged two-time U.S. pairs champions Keauna McLaughlin and Rockne Brubaker to win the short program at the 2009 AT&T U.S. Figure Skating Championships in Cleveland, Ohio.
Though the team sat a fragile 0.39 points ahead of McLaughlin and Brubaker after the short, Denney and Barrett's seemingly overnight success created a media frenzy and wowed the judges. After all, the pair had only begun training together seven months before the U.S. Championships.
Read all about Denney and Barrett's meteoric rise to stardom in the October issue of SKATING.
Also featured in this issue ...
Where it all began
by Troy Schwindt
This year's Skate America will serve as a test event of sorts for the upcoming 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, Canada.
Check out a photo gallery from 2009 National Showcase, which was held Aug. 13-15 in Colorado Springs, Colo. in Colorado.