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Old 06-30-2002, 12:49 AM   #31
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Oh, joy, other figure skating fans! Sula, I can't believe you met Viktor and Artur! You're so lucky......although that's unfortunate about the camera. John Zimmerman is from my home town of Birmingham, Alabama; he is the first person from this state to ever skate in the Olympics. I didn't get to see COI this year but I heard from people who really enjoyed the show.
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Wow, cool pix! I haven't seen Elvis skate all year except at the Olympics.....sort of bittersweet. What's he skating his exo routine to?
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Wow, cool pix! I haven't seen Elvis skate all year except at the Olympics.....sort of bittersweet. What's he skating his exo routine to?
I wish I could remember. lol. It was a high-energy piece, whatever it was. He is a really good performer...the crowd loved him. And in my mind he will always be the one who deserved that gold medal in 1994.
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Your pics are amazing! I'm a fan of all those especially Phillipe *blush* Thanks for posting them and I'm so glad you had such a good view! Then you met some of them too, too awesome!
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OMG Sula!! I CAN'T BELIEVE YOU MET THEM! THAT IS SO COOL!!!! YOU'RE PICS ARE AWESOME!!!! GAH!!!!!

SORRY BUT THIS IS REA- *ahem*- Sorry, but I'm this is really cool! I LOVE skating and I've been dying to go to one of these shows for a looong time. So cool that you got to go and that you had such a great experience.

P.S. Philippe Candeloro =
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I wish I could remember. lol. It was a high-energy piece, whatever it was. He is a really good performer...the crowd loved him. And in my mind he will always be the one who deserved that gold medal in 1994.
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victor and artur ??? who are they ..new rock band or what ?
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I agree, Elvis should have won the gold in '94. The stupid judges were very conservative, they wanted ballet, so they gave it to Urmanov, even though he screwed up a triple flip. Elvis had more originality and dynamism and got completely ripped off on the second mark. But he got a standing ovation and I remember he said nothing could replace that. He handled it really well. That's something else I really liked about him, his sportsmanship. He was disappointed but not sour. I'm glad he's still skating!
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Your pics are amazing! I'm a fan of all those especially Phillipe *blush* Thanks for posting them and I'm so glad you had such a good view! Then you met some of them too, too awesome!
Hey, you and me both! I thought his D'Artagnan piece in Nagano was amazing. I really like "Braveheart", too. He's a really good character skater. The guy can perform his heart out and I love his "epic" style routines.
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Hey, you and me both! I thought his D'Artagnan piece in Nagano was amazing. I really like "Braveheart", too. He's a really good character skater. The guy can perform his heart out and I love his "epic" style routines.
Philippe can really tell a story. Remember his Godfather routines? And he's adorable to boot. Oh, I forgot to mention that I saw him briefly before the show as he was entering the arena near the back. I didn't realize it was him till I heard some girls screaming from across the street. lol. He was in street clothes, jeans and tshirt and had his hair down. It was only a quick sighting though and damn me for not grabbing my camera.

Anyways...where's Sweetest_Thing? I know she likes to talk figure skating.
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Well, I doubt if that's your last chance to get a shot of Philippe! I think he'll be around for awhile. Yeah, he really can tell a story and it takes a special talent, a dramatic talent, to be able to do that. Triple axels alone won't do that. That's what makes his skating special. And yes, he is adorable.
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