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Figure Skating - 13. May 2011.

Hubbell and Hubbell announce end of partnership

"We wish to thank all our friends and fans for years of support," the
Hubbells said. "We extend a special thanks to our coaches, Pasquale
Camerlengo, Angelika Krylova, Elizabeth Swallow, Natalia Annenko-Deller
and Britta Ottoboni, and to everyone at the Detroit Skating Club."

The team began its competitive career in 2002, winning U.S. titles at
the juvenile (2003), intermediate (2004) and junior (2008) levels. They
captured three gold medals in the International Skating Union (ISU)
Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Series and qualified for the ISU
Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final in 2006 and 2008, winning the
gold in '06 and the silver in '08. The two-time U.S. pewter medalists
(2009, '11) reached the podium at the 2010 ISU Four Continents Figure
Skating Championships, where they took the bronze.

Madison will continue her ice dancing career with Zach Donohue. A native
of Madison, Conn., Donohue was the 2010 U.S. junior bronze medalist with
Piper Gilles. Last season, he placed 11th at the U.S. Championships with
Alissandra Aronow.

"It has been hard to end my career with Keiffer," Madison said, "But I
am thankful to have found a new partner so quickly. Zach and I have a
lot of work to do before the season starts, and I find myself
reenergized and excited for the new direction my career will take."

The team will train in Detroit under Camerlengo and his staff.

Keiffer is exploring his options, both on and off the ice.

"I love Madison and the journey we have taken together," he said. "I am
now excited about all the possibilities the future brings."
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