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ice_girl
18th October 2011, 00:35
Doi dansatori tineri, extrem de frumosi si talentati, care arata f bine impreuna, degaja energie si pasiune si care reprezinta viitorul Italiei in proba de dans:

Anna JoAnn Cappellini (born 19 February 1987 in Como) is an Italian ice dancer who competes with Luca Lanotte. They are the 2007-2010 Italian silver medalists and 2006 junior national champions. They have won three senior Grand Prix medals, all silver.

Cappellini started skating at the age of three and switched to ice dance when she was 12. She skated with Federico Bassi, Luca Lombardi and Matteo Zanni.She and Zanni placed fifth at the 2004 World Junior Championships. The next season, they won the bronze medal at the Junior Grand Prix Final but had to withdraw from the 2005 Junior Worlds after the original dance due to Zanni's food poisoning. Their partnership ended after his father was severely injured in a car accident and he decided to stop competing.
Cappellini was partnered with Lanotte in May 2005 by the Italian skating federation. Following a strong season together on the junior circuit, Cappellini and Lanotte made their senior debut in 2006-07. They finished 8th at their first Europeans. Before their next event, Worlds, Cappellini suffered a torn labrum in her left shoulder. In the free dance at Worlds, they fell during a lift and finished 13th.
In 2007-08, they won their first Grand Prix medal, a silver at Skate Canada, moved up to seventh at Europeans, and finished in the top ten at Worlds.
In 2008-09, Cappellini and Lanotte did not medal in either of their Grand Prix appearances, but moved up to 5th at Europeans and were again tenth at Worlds. In the off-season, they decided to change coaches, and moved to Lyon, France to train with Muriel Boucher-Zazoui and Romain Haguenauer.
Cappellini and Lanotte got off to a strong start in 2009-10, winning silver medals at the Cup of Russia and Skate America and qualifying for their first Grand Prix Final, where they finished fifth. They then dropped to sixth at the European Championships, and finished outside the top ten at their first Olympics. They then had a very disappointing showing at the 2010 World Championships; in the free dance, the two collided during the twizzle sequence, which caused Cappellini to fall. They also had low levels on several elements, and dropped to 11th overall
Cappellini and Lanotte began the 2010-11 season at the Nebelhorn Trophy. They were first in the short dance and fourth in the free dance, finishing in second place overall. They then placed a disappointing fifth at the 2010 NHK Trophy, after which they decided to leave coach Muriel Zazoui and move back to Milan to train with Paola Mezzadri.They withdrew from 2010 Skate America in order to prepare a new free dance. Cappelini and Lanotte later missed Italian nationals and the European Championships because Lanotte had a knee injury. In 2011, they began splitting their time between Milan and Nikolai Morozov in Novogorsk, Russia. They returned to competition at the Mont Blanc Trophy, which they won. They finished 8th at the 2011 World Championships.

Programs

Season Short dance Free dance Exhibition
2011–2012 Volverás
by Gloria Estefan
La Strada
by Nino Rota
2010–2011 Golden Waltz: Que Sera, Sera
by Jay Livingston
Quickstep: Girls Girls Girls
by Sailor Umbrellas of Cherbourg
by Michel Legrand
Our Love is Easy and Goodnite
by Melody Gardo
Original dance
2009–2010 Torna a Surriento
by Ernesto De Curtis
Tarantella: La Danza
by Gioachino Rossini Addiction
Requiem for a Dream (soundtrack)
by Clint Mansell Eres Todo En Mi
2008–2009 Bei Mir Bistu Shein
by Sholom Secunda
Tarantella: La Danza
by Gioachino Rossini Love Story
by Nana Mouskouri
2007–2008 Bubamara
by Goran Bregoviĉ La traviata
by Giuseppe Verdi
2006–2007 Tango Oblivion
Violentango I've Got Rhythm
by George Gershwin
2005–2006 Historia de un Amour
Chupacapra This is a Man's World
by James Brown
Wring That Neck
by Deep Purple Still Loving You
by Scorpions

Competitive highlights

With Lanotte
Event 2005–06 2006–07 2007–08 2008–09 2009–10 2010–11
Winter Olympic Games 12th
World Championships 13th 10th 10th 11th 8th
European Championships 8th 7th 5th 6th
World Junior Championships 4th
Italian Championships 1st J. 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd WD
Grand Prix Final 5th
Cup of Russia 8th 4th 2nd
Skate America 2nd
Cup of China 4th
Skate Canada International 2nd
Trophée Eric Bompard 5th 4th
NHK Trophy 5th
Nebelhorn Trophy 2nd
Winter Universiade 1st
Mont Blanc Trophy 1st
Junior Grand Prix Final 3rd
Junior Grand Prix, Slovakia 2nd
Junior Grand Prix, Bulgaria 2nd
With Zanni
Event 2001–02 2002–03 2003–04 2004–05
World Junior Championships 20th 5th WD
Italian Championships 2nd J. 2nd J. 1st J.
Junior Grand Prix Final 3rd
Junior Grand Prix, Belgrade 1st
Junior Grand Prix, Hungary 1st
Junior Grand Prix, Slovenia 3rd
Junior Grand Prix, Mexico 3rd
Junior Grand Prix, Italy 11th
Junior Grand Prix, Germany 6th
European Youth Olympic Days 7th

Luca Lanotte (born July 30, 1985 in Milan) is an Italian ice dancer. He competes with Anna Cappellini.
Luca Lanotte started skating at the age of seven and switched to ice dance when he was ten. He skated with Adriana Jovino, Camilla Spelta, and Camilla Pistorello, placing ninth at Junior Worlds with Pistorello.
Lanotte was partnered with Anna Cappellini in May 2005 by the Italian skating federation.

ice_girl
18th October 2011, 00:47
Cateva poze cu Anna si Luca ( au pozat pt Dolce&Gabana)

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irinaidu
18th October 2011, 17:27
vreau si eu cizme ca ale ei :D