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*2012 U.S. novice silver medalists, '11 U.S. novice pewter medalists



Formed partnership in May 2010.

Fields began skating at the age of 3 because the rink was close to her house and it was a nice place to go in the summer in Arizona ... Participated in the Basic Skills Program from 1998-2003 ... Was the 2009 U.S. intermediate silver medalist and 2008 U.S. juvenile silver medalist with Max Settlage ... Previously coached by Larry Schrier.

Pacini began skating as a toddler but became serious about it when he was 13 years old ... Previously skated with Hayley Templeton-Norris and Jamie Thill ... Formerly coached by Heidi Thibert.


Fields has a younger sister named Emily (14) ... Parents are Steve and Terry ... Has two Havenese named Buddy and Eddie ... Supports the Pat Tillman Foundation.

Pacini currently attends Arizona State University but previously attended Colorado State University ... Double majoring in physics major and journalism major and minoring in math ... Heritage Christian Academy valedictorian (Fort Collins, Colo.), Enrolled in the honors program at CSU and ASU and has been on the Dean's List all four years of college ... Family includes parents Rick, a doctor, and Maureen and older siblings Laura (27) and Ryan (25) ... Has two dogs, Koda and Sasha, and two cats, Semper and Snickers ... Volunteered at an orphanage in Llata, Peru, that his parents almost solely support ... Volunteered at Operation Christmas Child ... Helped his sister financially on her two-year mission trip to Kazakhstan.


Twitter: @jdpacini@CaitlinFields
Facebook fan page


If I wasn't a figure skater ... (Pacini) I would probably have a social life!

I look up to ... (Fields) everyone ... I'm 4-11. Seriously, I look up to my Mom, Dad and Douglas Razzano for their strong work ethics.
... (Pacini) my dad more than anyone. He's the best role model a son could ever ask to have.

My favorite thing about being a figure skater is ... (Pacini) that moment of satisfaction when all the hours of hard work have paid off.

I started skating because ... (Fields) I wanted to play hockey.
... (Pacini) because I had a knee injury from overuse in soccer and gymnastics, so I took up a different, "non-impact" sport ... Oh, how naive I was!

My figure skating hero is ... (Pacini) Ryan Bradley, the best performer of all time (minus Scott Hamilton, of course).

After I'm done skating, I want to ... (Fields) get a medical degree.
... (Pacini) work on the forefront of modern scientific research and/or open up a bakery at the base of a Canadian ski resort.

My hobbies are ... (Pacini) well, my main hobby is skiing. I would ski every day if I could. The others include golf, frisbee golf, tennis, swimming, soccer, gymnastics, underwater basket weaving, hiking, fireworks and photography.

Something most people don't know about me is ... (Pacini) that I have never used anything other than rental skates since I started skating (just kidding). I wish I had something cool to say here but I don't.

I always ... (Pacini) tie and untie my skates 14 times, followed by a quick jog around the rink counterclockwise then clockwise, after which I visualize myself as a penguin gliding across the ice and finish with a nice loud "Hoorah!" (again, just kidding - I don't have anything fun to put here either).



Off-ice conditioning: Pilates
Skating manuever: Throws
Way to relax: Hang out with family and friends
Olympic sport: Gymnastics
Beverage: Water
Teams: Phoenix Coyotes
TV genre: Reality


Off-ice conditioning: Sprint work, weightlifting
Jump: Double Axel
Thing to do on a day off: Sleep
Way to relax: Listen to some good music by the pool
Beverage: Chocolate milk
Snack: Goldfish
Meal: Anything Italian (or Chinese buffets)
Teams: BRONCOS! Rockies, too.
Program of my career: Probably a show number where I was a boy from New York City and my partner was trying to get his attention. We played it up and everyone was laughing really hard.
Costume of my career: A show number costume that had more crystals and sequins than a Mardi Gras float. The frills and deep V-neck also added a nice touch. It was the epitome of "Blades of Glory."



Gloves or No Gloves
E-Reader or Book
Jump or Spin
Theater or Rental
Homecooking or Restaurant
Treadmill or Trail
Short Program or Free Skate
Pre-competition nap: No


Gloves or No Gloves
Book or E-Reader
Jump or Spin
Theater or Rental
Homecooking or Restaurant
Treadmill or Trail
Short Program or Free Skate
Pre-competition nap: Yes



Season Notes

  • SP Music: "Sing Sang Sung" by Gordon Goodwin
    FS Music: Beethoven's "5 Secrets" by OneRepublic/ThePianoGuys

    Costumes designed by Elena Pollack
  • SP Music: "The Filk Machine" by Randy Newman and The Disney Orchestra
    FS Music: "Cutthroat Island" by Erich Kunzel and The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra

Competitive History

  • 2013 - U.S. Championships, Junior - 7th
  • 2012 - U.S. Championships, Novice - 2nd
  • 2011 - U.S. Championships, Novice - 4th
  • 2013 - Pacific Coast Sectional, Junior - 4th
  • 2012 - Midwestern Sectional, Novice - 1st
  • 2011 - Midwestern Sectional, Novice - 2nd