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White initially competed for both as a pair skater and ice dancer in Canada before deciding to concentrate completely on ice dancing. Eventually, on June 10, 2010, White/ Agosto announced their retirement from eligible skating. Figure Skating announced Belbin and Agosto as the members of the U. Additionally, she became a subject of harsh criticism on various Web sites.
After moving to Detroit, she was partnered with Benjamin Agosto by their coach Igor Shpilband. junior national title and then took the bronze medal at the 2000 World Junior Championships. White won a silver medal for the United States in ice dancing at the 2006 Olympics and was a five-time U. Since then, White has worked as a commentator for ice dance competitions on Universal Sports Network, the ABC show ‘Skating with the Stars’ and for At present, there are no rumors concerning White’s life and career.
From April 2006 to 2008, she was in a relationship with American Skater Evan Lysacek.
Tanith Belbin White is a Canadian-American ice dancer and Olympic program host for NBC Sports. White was born in the United States on July 11, 1984, to parents Charles Belbin, a public relations manager and Michelle (Mc Kinlay) Belbin, a former figure skater.
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They won their 5th national title and then placed 4th at the 2008 Worlds after a fall by Belbin in the compulsory dance.
Belbin / Agosto were regular cast members of the Champions on Ice tour from 2004 until COI went out of business following the 2007 season.
Tanith Jessica Louise Belbin White (born July 11, 1984) is a Canadian-American ice dancer and Olympic program host for NBC Sports.
Though born in Canada, she holds dual citizenship and has competed for the United States since she began skating with Benjamin Agosto in 1998. The amendment was authored by Senator Carl Levin who stated, "This amendment corrects an anomaly in the law that unfairly disadvantaged some people who had begun their naturalization process before 2002.