Navarro and Bommentre are two-time U.S. bronze medalists ... Won the bronze medal at the 2008 Four Continents Championships ... Announced their retirement from competitive skating in May 2010.
Navarro began skating at age 3 because her mom teaches skating ... Participated in the Basic Skills Program from 1984-88 ... Is the middle of five children ... Father, John, is a real estate agent and mother, Lisa, is an ice skating choreographer ... John is a karate guru who has his eighth-degree black belt ... Lisa competed nationally as a pairs skater, then toured in shows, skating with her partner for a total of 27 years ... Younger brother plays baseball for Laney College in Oakland, Calif. ... Kim skated with Robert Shmalo from 1999-2003 ... Graduated cum laude from Columbia University in May 2004 with a major in English and a minor in dance ... Works as a figure skating coach part time and a party entertainer (roller blades at parties and events) ... Worked with Philly Skates, an after-school program that teaches kids to skate ... Hobbies are writing, wine tasting and spending time with her friends and boyfriend ... Favorite city to which she's traveled for skating is Vienna, Austria ... Loves extreme sports such as inline skating and skateboarding; once competed in an inline skating competition on a vert half-pipe and made it to the final round ... Would be an artist or musician if she wasn't a skater ... Biggest life-defining moment is graduating college ... After skating would like to write a book about her experiences ... Supports breast cancer research, as she lost one of her former coaches, Michelle VanDyke, to breast cancer two years ago ... Her uncle directed the 1999 movie Happy, Texas with William H. Macy, and all of her family members are extras in it ... Would like to meet Barack Obama because "he is the man!" ... Listens to all kinds of music, from Radiohead to Al Green to Madonna.
Bommentre began skating at age 6 because "my grandmother made me" ... Participated in the Basic Skills Program (1990-91) ... Has two younger sisters, Ashley and Brianne ... Former partners include Kirsten Frisch and Kendra Goodwin ... Hobbies are rock climbing, cycling and cooking ... Favorite foreign city to which he's traveled is Tokyo because he "loved the culture and the food" ... Is a huge Philadelphia Eagles fan ... Has a passion for good food, cooking and eating ... Brews his own beer with his roommate and fellow ice dancer Baxter Burbank ... Biggest life-defining moment was when he almost quit skating when he was 12 ... Wants to coach and travel when he's done skating ... His great-grandfather missed making the Olympics in weightlifting by one spot ... Supports autism research (his cousin is autistic) ... Has a passion for art.