Three-time Canadian pair champions Jessica Dube and Bryce Davison have ended their partnership after nine years as a team. The duo planned to compete this season, but was forced to sit out after Davison underwent knee surgery in October.
Dube and Davison's best international result was a bronze medal from the 2008 World Championships. They had hoped to challenge for an Olympic medal at the Vancouver Games, but struggled with consistency during the Olympic season and finished sixth.
The pair may be most well know for a horrific accident at 2007 Four Continents, where Davison's blade sliced Dube's cheek on a side-by-side spin.
Both Dube and Davison plan to stay involved in figure skating. Dube competed as a singles skater at the Canadian Championships in January, finishing sixth.