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Welcome to our official website! We are 2016 U.S. National Champions Tarah Kayne and Danny O’Shea. Here you can learn more about us, keep track of our progress, and stay up to date on all of our recent activities.tarahdannysig

 

 

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January 15, 2017: Tarah and Danny will be competing at the 2017 US National Championships next week in Kansas City, MO. Here is an article about the team’s preparation for the championships.

December 22, 2016: Check out the latest blog post from Tarah & Danny and Happy Holidays!

November 26, 2016: Tarah & Danny moved up to fourth place overall at the NHK Trophy. Their next competition will be the US National Championships to be held in Kansas City, MO in January.

November 25, 2016: Tarah and Danny are currently in fifth place after the SP at the NHK Trophy in Japan. The pairs long programs will be skated tomorrow and you can watch live on Ice Network (subscribers only).

October 22: Tarah and Danny finish third in the free skate, sixth overall at Skate America in Hoffman Estates, IL. Their next Grand Prix will be NHK Trophy in November.

October 7th: Tarah and Danny finished in fifth place overall at the Finlandia Trophy (here is the Ice Network wrap up article). Their next competition will be Skate America in Hoffman Estates, IL in two weeks.

October 6th: Check out the Bio Blast that US Figure Skating sent out for Tarah & Danny today on You Tube!

October 5th: Danny is currently writing a blog from Finlandia Trophy for Ice Network (his first two entries were posted today). The pairs competition in Finland starts tomorrow (Oct. 6th).

September 29th: If anyone would like an autographed photo from Tarah & Danny, please send a SASE to their rink in Ellenton (Ellenton Ice and Sports Complex, 5309 29th Street East, Ellenton, Florida 34222) and make sure to put the request to their attention.

September 12, 2016: Tarah and Danny will kick off their 2016-17 season at the Finlandia Trophy which will be held Oct. 6-10, 2016.

July 26, 2016: Tarah launches a new You Tube channel called “Level 4 Look” aimed at fellow skaters to provide them with hair and makeup tips.