October 27, 2018: Haven and Brandon finish in sixth place at Skate Canada International in Laval, Quebec, Canada. They will compete next month at Internationaux de France.

September 21, 2018: Haven and Brandon win the bronze medal at the 2018 Autumn Classic International in Oakville, Ontario, Canada. View photo gallery here.

August 21, 2018: Article From Champs Camp 2018: Haven Denney, Brandon Frazier “Hit the Reset Button”.

June 28, 2018: Haven and Brandon were assigned to compete at Skate Canada and Internationaux de France for the 2018-19 ISU Grand Prix Series.

May 24, 2018: Haven and Brandon announced that John Zimmerman, Silvia Fontana and Jeremy Barrett are their new coaching team in Wesley Chapel, Florida. U.S. Figure Skating’s official press release was published on June 7.

January 7, 2018: Haven and Brandon placed fifth at the U.S. Championships in San Jose, California. They were named as the first alternate pair team to the Four Continents Championships and the third alternate pair to the World Championships.

November 25, 2017: Haven and Brandon placed seventh at Skate America in Lake Placid, New York. They also were seventh at their first Grand Prix, Skate Canada International in Regina, on October 29.

September 15, 2017: Haven and Brandon finished in fourth place at the U.S. International Classic in Salt Lake City. To see photos from the event, click here.

July 26, 2017: Haven and Brandon spoke with Claire Cloutier from Figure Skaters Online for an in-depth featured article. Read it here.

May 26, 2017: Haven and Brandon were assigned to compete at Skate Canada and Skate America for the 2017-18 ISU Grand Prix Series.

March 29, 2017:
Haven and Brandon finished in 20th place at the 2017 World Championships in Helsinki, Finland. They scored a 56.23 in the short program and were unable to qualify for the free skate.

February 18, 2017: Haven and Brandon finished in eighth place at the 2017 Four Continents Championships in Gangneung, Korea. They scored a 116.06 in the free skate and ended up with a 179.45 overall.

January 21, 2017: Haven and Brandon scored a 122.93 in the free skate of the pairs competition at the U.S. Championships in Kansas City, Missouri.  They ended up with a 188.32 overall to win their first senior U.S. Championship.

November 26, 2016: At the conclusion of the Grand Prix series, Haven and Brandon are the second alternates to the ISU Grand Prix Final.

October 29, 2016: Haven and Brandon finish just off the podium in fourth place at their second Grand Prix event of the season, Skate Canada.

October 22, 2016: Denney and Frazier win the silver medal at Skate America in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. They won the silver medal at that same arena in 2014.

September 21, 2016: An in-depth “Interview with Denney/Frazier” is published in Claire Cloutier’s A Divine Sport blog – click here to read.

August 10, 2016: U.S. Figure Skating has assigned Haven and Brandon to Skate America as their second Grand Prix event.

July 25, 2016: “Denney, Frazier impress in Detroit; Chicago-based pair puts out strong free at first competition in 16 months” – article on – click here to read.

June 30, 2016: Haven and Brandon have been assigned to Skate Canada in the 2016-17 ISU Grand Prix Series.

April 25, 2016: “Denney, Frazier seek fresh start in Chicago area [and] commence training under Brubaker, Berton” – new article published on today – click here to read.

April 2016: Haven and Brandon have relocated to Geneva, IL to train with their new coaches, Rockne Brubaker and Stefania Berton.  While the majority of their training time will be spent at Fox Valley Ice Arena, they will also travel to Canton, MI to work with Marina Zoueva, who is also part of their coaching team.

December 2015: Haven and Brandon skated in a small outdoor ice show in Telluride, Colorado, and shared some photos: Haven’s Instagram and Brandon’s Instagram. This was their first public show since Haven’s injury.

August 10, 2015: Haven and Brandon share updates on their daily regimens in Florida and Michigan, respectively, along with their short- and long-term goals, in a new article published on today – click here to read.

May 1, 2015: Haven underwent right knee surgery on April 27 and the surgery was performed in Vail, Colorado, by Dr. Robert F. LaPrade, according to U.S. Figure Skating’s press release. Feel free to leave a message of support on their joint Facebook page.

April 22, 2015: A new Golden Skate article is published: Denney and Frazier regroup with Steuer.

March 26, 2015: Haven and Brandon set a new ISU personal best short program score of 61.32 and scored a total of 172.51 to place 12th in their World Championships debut in Shanghai, China.

February 14, 2015: Haven and Brandon scored 110.59 in their free skate at the Four Continents Championships in Seoul, Korea. They ended up with a total score of 167.57 and finished in 7th place.

January 23, 2015: Haven and Brandon scored a 131.54 in the free skate of the pairs competition at the U.S. Championships in Greensboro. They ended up with 199.92 overall, which was enough to capture the silver medal.

November 15, 2014: Haven and Brandon just missed the podium by .01 and finished in 4th place at the 2014 Rostelecom Cup in Moscow, Russia. Their free skate earned them a 110.79 and was the second highest free skate of the event.

October 26, 2014: Haven and Brandon won the silver medal at the 2014 Hilton HHonors Skate America in Chicago, Illinois.

October 16, 2014:  Haven and Brandon won the silver medal at the inaugural Skate Canada Autumn Classic International.

September 21, 2014: Haven and Brandon win gold at Lombardia Trophy in Milan, Italy. To see video of their winning free skate to the “Lion King”, click here.

August 6, 2014:  New FSO article published: Denney and Frazier: A Solid Partnership.

June 27, 2014: The ISU has assigned Haven and Brandon to Skate America and Rostelecom Cup
 for the 2014-2015 Grand Prix season. More information can be found on their schedule page.

May 1, 2014:  Haven and Brandon have opened their official website.

This article was published on January 18, 2014, in Haven’s hometown newspaper: Future appears bright for Haven Denney, Brandon Frazier.

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