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Setting the scene: Olympic ice skaters Charlie White and Tanith Belbin, pictured in Hawaii last June where he popped the question, got married at the Planterra Conservatory in West Bloomfield, Detroit, on Saturday Her maid of honor was retired ice dancer Lauren Fenft, with bridesmaids that included Charlie's three sisters and his skating partner Meryl Davis, all wearing 'whatever dress they wanted in any shade of pink,' Tanith told the magazine.Benjamin Alexandro "Ben" Agosto (born January 15, 1982) is an American ice dancer. Benjamin Agosto was born January 15, 1982, in Chicago, Illinois and raised in Northbrook, Illinois.
In the 1999–2000 season, they won a pair of medals on the ISU Junior Grand Prix series and finished 4th at the JGP Final. In 2000–2001, Belbin/Agosto competed again on the JGP series, taking gold in all three of their events including the Final. In 2001–2002, Belbin/Agosto made their senior Grand Prix debut and won another silver medal at the U. Championships, which would have qualified them for the 2002 Winter Olympics if Belbin had been an American citizen. national title and would go on to repeat four times. Their silver medal combined with the placement of the other American team earned the United States three spots to the Olympics in ice dance, the first time this had happened since 1984.
Instead, Belbin/Agosto were sent to all the other ISU Championships for which they were eligible: Four Continents, Junior Worlds, and Worlds. At Nationals in 2005, the last year of the 6.0 system, they received straight perfect sixes for presentation in their free dance. By a special act of Congress that passed on December 28, 2005, which President Bush signed on New Year's Eve, 2005, Belbin became a naturalized citizen of the USA, making her able to compete for the United States at the 2006 Winter Olympics.
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