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Aug. 21—Meryl Davis, 23, and Charlie White, 22, are currently the longest-running ice dance partnership in the U.S. They are reigning U.S. ice dancing champions, indeed, they also won the title in 2009.
Davis and White led the Americans with silver medals in both the 2010 Winter Olympics and this year's world championships.
Both Davis and White are from Royal Oak, Mich. They attended the University of Michigan. Having teamed up in 1997, they won the U.S. National Junior title in 2006 and climbed all the way up to fourth place in the 2009 World Championships.
Joining Davis and White for the Aug. 21 show is Missouri-born Ryan Bradley, 26, known for his back-flips and triple axels. Bradley, the 2007 U.S. silver medalist who trains in Colorado Springs, Colo., was fourth in the 2009 U.S. Nationals and fourth in national singles this year as well.
Aug. 28—Brian Boitano, 1988 Olympic gold medalist and two-time world champion in men's singles in 1986 and 1988. The first American to land a triple axel, the 46-year-old Boitano is a World Figure Skating Hall of Famer and still one of the top show performers. He is a three-time Olympian and four-time U.S. king.
Sept. 4—Sasha Cohen, 25, the 2006 Olympic silver medalist from Westwood, Ca. who won the 2006 world bronze medal. A two-time Olympian for the U.S., Cohen was a two-time world silver medalist in 2004-05 and a two-time Skate Canada gold medalist.
Each Sun Valley Ice Show lasts about 75 minutes. Sun Valley Resort offers a traditional dinner buffet and a show ticket for $98. For the show only, bleacher reserved seat prices range from $32 to $58 per person. Cost for the Sun Room Terrace (for the show only) is $62 per person.
Non-refundable tickets are now on sale at the Sun Valley Recreation Office, 622-2135. Tickets may be purchased online at seats.sunvalley.com. All seating is reserved and advance reservations are recommended. You can also buy tickets at the gate before the shows.
Day care at the Sun Valley Playschool during ice shows is available by advance reservation at 622-2288.
Above Left photo is from HERE.