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Andrew Evans
Personal information
Full name: Andrew Evans
Country represented:  Canada
Date of birth: May 18, 1988 (1988-05-18) (age 21)
Place of birth: Etobicoke, Ontario
Home town: Caledon, Ontario
Height: 178 cm (5.8 ft)
Partner: Jade-Savannah Godin
Former partner: Kirsten Moore-Towers
Carolyn MacCuish,
Brooke Paulin
Coach: Bruno Marcotte
Former coach: Lee Barkell
Former choreographer: Tyler Miles,
Kelly Johnson
Skating club: Kitchener-Waterloo SC
ISU personal best scores
Combined total: 109.50
2008 JGP Mexico
Short program: 41.64
2008 JGP Mexico
Free skate: 67.86
2008 JGP Mexico

Andrew Evans (born May 18, 1988 in Etobicoke, Ontario) is a Canadian pair skater.

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Career

Evans originally competed as a single skater. He decided to concentrate on pairs after not making it to the Canadian nationals as a single skater.[1]

He teamed up with Brooke Paulin at age ten and competed with her through 2004.

From 2004 through 2008, he competed with Carolyn MacCuish. The two were the 2007 Canadian junior national championships, and competed on the Junior Grand Prix circuit. MacCuish and Evans placed 8th at the 2007 World Junior Figure Skating Championships. The team placed second at the 2007 JGP Lake Placid, but won the free skate.

He teamed up with partner Kirsten Moore-Towers in 2008 and they competed together in the 2008-09 season, placing 4th in Juniors at the 2009 Canadian Figure Skating Championships.

In 2009, he teamed up with Jade-Savannah Godin.

Competitive highlights

(with Moore-Towers)

Event 2008-2009
Canadian Championships 4th J.
Junior Grand Prix, Mexico 10th
  • J = Junior level

(with MacCuish)

Event 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008
World Junior Championships 8th
Canadian Championships 3rd N. 1st J.
Junior Grand Prix, Germany 8th
Junior Grand Prix, USA 2nd
Junior Grand Prix, Norway 6th
Junior Grand Prix, Czech Republic 7th
  • N = Novice level; J = Junior level

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