Everytime I visit here there's more nonsense And seniorita is not even here today
I wonder if we'll see a "Baby Plush Finger" routine... (please, God, no)
... anyway... back on the "subject"
.... The biggest story in the men’s event has been the victorious return of 2006 Olympic gold medalist Evgeni Plushenko. Plushenko was terrific at his season opener three weeks ago in Moscow. Picking up exactly where he left off before his retirement four years ago, Plushenko currently holds the highest total score of any man this season.
Although Plushenko was amazing in Moscow, he was only slotted for one event so we won’t see him in December’s Grand Prix final. Because Plushenko has a few months before his next competition, he should use this time to focus on keeping up the momentum from his first event and working on the few areas of his skating that need improvement, namely the speed and position of his spins...
.... Men: Russian reigning Olympic Champion Evgeny Plushenko (off the ice for three years, came back in Russia and blew everyone else away);
Plushenko's back, now deal with it
Last edited by plushyta; 11-14-2009 at 06:03 PM.
How you managed to derail the thread AGAIN in a night?
Maybe Michelangelo had Plush also in mind when he made David?
speaking of divine I attended the concert of Morrissey tonight, after the concert in the backstage he sang for journalists a little of My way of Sinatra, what a voice, what a legend, he gives so many emotions , first time I saw him live and a dream came true Does anyone else like him?
on topic: Nice to see Frank Carol keep going...:sheesh:
Last edited by jennylovskt; 11-15-2009 at 08:55 AM.
She had not seen Stojko΄s haircut before? Cause i think that was the worst of a mullet in all geographic coordinates.
I thought Plushyta was going to give you the haircut anyway.
It says he will try 3ax-4toe and 4-4 combo in next week's competition.
I hope there is an exaggeration on this article, and the quad -quad is a typo error. And what quad /quad combo, he doesnt have another quad..I m lost.
I had not realized it before but in Rostel I saw him massaging his knee after and I freaked out when i read he has to do it twice per day from what he said in Reuters interview Ximena posted before
People were saying he is all talk with his comeback. Then he was all talk about getting his technical content back. I believe that when Plush talks he is serious. Although in the above article this is his agent speaking, and not Plush. And no, he was not all words in his career concerning jumps at least. He had said he would land 4-3-2 and he did, he had said he would add 4-3-3 and he did. In Olys 2002 he went for axel-1/2-flip and 4-3-3. And he tried to land the 4lutz in competition.I have to take good care of my knees, ice and massage them after every skate but so far they are holding pretty well, thank God
But this time I hope it is just talk.
Otherwise Plushy's goal is to kill his knees before Olys?
Maybe he realizes it is only his jumps that set him apart from the others.
Could be the strategy is to create such a distance between Plushy's jumps and his competitiors that other lesser qualities of his skating won't matter.
That is one way to look at it. This worked for him in Torino, so why not try it again in Vancouver?
Last edited by jennylovskt; 11-15-2009 at 01:06 PM.
why would anyone laugh at a tragedy known as teh mullet?