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Neither of the skaters is working or studying now due to their recent change in training locale.
“I’d like to get back to university to study psychology,” Langlois said. I like to go to school and I love learning about history and geography and biology.” Hay is the opposite.
Cody had already committed to a show engagement and his mother asked me to do the show with him, so I did it.” “We hadn’t considered skating together but it was fun to learn a routine for the show,” she continued.
“We were both going to do partner tryouts but people kept asking us, ‘Why don’t you just skate together?
So we tried a few places and Lee Barkell was amazing so we decided to move to Barrie in May.” “Cody loves to skate and he’s fun to skate with,” Langlois stated. When he was eleven, he began taking figure skating lessons from his mother, a skating coach, to learn to skate better for hockey.
Anabelle Langlois & Cody Hay Canada’s Anabelle Langlois and Cody Hay made a successful debut in their pairs career by finishing second at the Karl Schaefer Memorial in Vienna, Austria in October.
“I wanted to do Carmen because I like lively music with character and I love Latin music, so I wasn’t hard to convince,” Langlois stated.
“I like more bluesy, rock and roll kinds of numbers so I really like the short,” Hay said.
“We haven’t set any placement goals for this season,” Hay said.
“We’d like to keep progressing and get to a certain level but we don’t want to get hung up on placements.” “Like anybody else, we would love to go to the Olympics this year,” Langlois added.