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Thread: Cohen out of TEB

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    Sasha to withdraw from gp France

    http://usfsa.org/Story.asp?id=43613

    sad, but I expected this.

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    Cohen out of TEB


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    Told ya!

    I knew it.

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    All Hail Queen Yu-Na!!!!!! SailorGalaxia518's Avatar
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    She's only out because of injury. If she was not injured, she still would have competed

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    "Injury"

    EVERY skater has tendonitis.

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    First Kimmie, now Sasha. Who will be next. Skaters get injured and withdraw it is part of the sport. I hope Sasha has a speedy recovery and is able to attend Skate America.

    RD I knew you would post a remark. If Sasha pulls out of Skate America then
    I may have to agree with your Crystal Ball. lol But for know I will take Sasha's word that she is truly injured.

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    EVERY skater has tendonitis.
    Not just every skater. I used to have it regularly from practising on the piano when I was doing piano competitions. I know surgeons who regularly have it.

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    All Hail Queen Yu-Na!!!!!! SailorGalaxia518's Avatar
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    Jenny Kirk's take on Cohen's withdrawl:

    http://trueslant.com/jenniferkirk/20...st-grand-prix/

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    Quote Originally Posted by demarinis5 View Post
    RD I knew you would post a remark. If Sasha pulls out of Skate America then
    I may have to agree with your Crystal Ball. lol But for know I will take Sasha's word that she is truly injured.
    She did the Improv on Ice show a few days ago. So she was at LEAST fit enough to do that.

    It's one or both of these things, most likely: 1) unpreparedness or 2) she didn't plan on competing in it anyway.

    I would have been surprised if she actually showed up to TEB...and now, SA.
    Last edited by R.D.; 10-09-2009 at 07:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SailorGalaxia518 View Post
    Jenny Kirk's take on Cohen's withdrawl:

    http://trueslant.com/jenniferkirk/20...st-grand-prix/
    That was FAST!!

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    I have to give Jenny this, she's got guts and she doesn't hold anything back. I like that

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    Maybe we can send Michelle in Sasha's place...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman View Post
    Maybe we can send Michelle in Sasha's place...
    Good idea, she looked solid in her exhibition in South Korea.

    Thunderstorm here! I am afraid!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman View Post
    Maybe we can send Michelle in Sasha's place...

    Or perhaps....Kristi Yamaguchi ???


    She is in very good shape anyways with all the dancing she does

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman View Post
    Maybe we can send Michelle in Sasha's place...
    Nah, the Kween doesn't accept leftovers.

    Seriously, though, I'm kind of bummed. I'm excited to see Sasha's new programs - she seemed to have grown artistically in her new Moonlight Sonata LP. Plus, she's probably the only one who can do a better layback than Caroline.

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