Last edited by i love to skate; 10-31-2009 at 04:59 PM.
I am very aware of the fan violence in Europe because I have been to games in London, Prague, and Milan. For a typical American the police presense is actually very oppressive both inside and outside of the stadium and for me ruins much of the atmosphere and reason for attending a game.
Did this start with tennis?
FYI, it is a tradition at the US Open to be loud, and supportive of our players and players we like (Kim Kliisters ). We are aware that this is the opposite of Wimbledon's attitude and atmosphere. It is not an accident that the US Open is the loudest and most colorful of the Tennis Grand Slams. It is also financialy the most successful GS Tennis event. I doubt that it will change anytime soon because fans just love it. I love it and think it may be loud but there is always a certain level of decorum and fairness maintained.
Last edited by janetfan; 10-31-2009 at 05:26 PM.
I love both Evan's and Nobunari's programmes.
But I do not understand why judges gave Evan only level2 for his steps.
It should have been at least level3!
I admire Evan very much especailly when I watch his spins.
He is very tall so doing sit spin and keeping that position must be very hard for him but his sit spin is just wonderful and beautiful!
This will come as no surprise to anyone who knows me, but:
I hated Lysacek's program. His LPs for the past 3 years have basically been the exact same boring thing, just set to different music. The judges gave him slightly higher PCS than Oda's rather entertaining program too. Meh.