Dolensky headed to Worlds

by Carlton D. White cwhite@mdjonline.com The Marietta Daily Journal 01.29.12 - 11:46 pm…

Georgia (Feb 7, 2012) — Competitive junior figure skater Tim Dolensky had a difficult time coming to grips with his loss in an Eastern Sectional Championship event during the 2010-11 season.

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by Carlton D. White
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01.29.12 - 11:46 pm

After finishing fifth, the 19-year-old Kennesaw native failed to advance to the 2011 U.S. Figure Skating Championships, and instead watched the event at home.

“I missed the cut, which was at four and didn’t make nationals,” Dolensky said. “It was really hard watching the kids skate while I was at home.”

After failing to qualify for the Junior World Championships in 2011, 19-year-old 
Kennesaw State student Tim Dolensky finished second at the ’12 U.S. Figure 
Skating Championships to likely qualify for the Junior World Championships.



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