Moving on With Life

Russell, Susan D.
August 2010
International Figure Skating;Aug2010, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p56
The article focuses on the career transitions of several figure skaters. It states that Anabelle Langlois decides to retire to figure skating in mid-May 2010 and intends to coach new skaters while pursuing her post-secondary education in psychology. It also says that Craig Buntin is leaving the sport to concentrate on a new business endeavor. It adds that Ben Okolski will go to Washtenaw Community College in which he is considering a major in accounting.


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