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|Full name||Bradley Yaeger|
|Former country(ies) represented||Canada|
January 7, 1985 |
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
|Former partner||Mylène Girard,
|Former coach||David Islam|
|Skating club||CPA Repentigny|
In August 2002, he teamed up with Mylène Girard. They are the 2003 Canadian junior silver medalists. They were two-time competitors at the Four Continents Championships, with the highest placement of 5th in 2006. They were two-season competitors on the Grand Prix of Figure Skating. They announced the end of their partnership following their withdrawal from the 2006 Cup of Russia.
- Slater, Paula (September 7, 2004). "Yaeger Comes Back from the Dead – Literally". Golden Skate.
- Girard / Yaeger at the International Skating Union
- Goulakos / Yaegar at the International Skating Union
- Girard / Yaeger tracings.net profile
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