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    1. Reynolds got a hair cut. Not a particularly great one.

    2. "To relax, he (Amodio) likes football, music and fast cars." - I dunno about you, but fast cars aren't what I consider relaxing.

    3. Mroz likes snowboarding. You know, whenever I hear that a skater has another sports hobby that could cause injury, I get paranoid. And when it's snowboarding or skiing, two sports that have cause me great injury over the years, paranoia becomes something else.

    4. Lysacek's costume isn't great, but it really is fascinating.
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    Shawn is from New Brunswick but trains in Quebec

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    Florent!!! Allez!

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    I agree...I understand living in Colorado that snowboarding would be accessible and is fun, but still...I'm not risking my skating career to snowboard on a Saturday night. :-)

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    A decent skate for the French man
    Unless.... they spot 2-3 URs.

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    Amodio is an exquisite skater.

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    That really was enjoyable...Amodio is very fluid and beautiful to watch.

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    There are English names and English speaking people in Quebec too....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImaginaryPogue View Post
    Amodio is an exquisite skater.
    A very fluid skater, I say.

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    Go Adrian!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmEagle3313 View Post
    I agree...I understand living in Colorado that snowboarding would be accessible and is fun, but still...I'm not risking my skating career to snowboard on a Saturday night. :-)
    in his book Forcing the Edge, Kurt Browning tells a story about Midori Ito wanting to ski with him and some of the other skaters, but that the Japanese Federation wouldn't let her, so he let her ride piggyback while he skiied down, and all the way down all he could think about what how much trouble he'd be in with the JSF if something happened to her

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    Quote Originally Posted by i love to skate View Post
    There are English names and English speaking people in Quebec too....
    I know, but if you're asking me to identify which stereotype led to my belief, that's the one

    Amodio got 72.65

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    Amodio was great, this will put pressure on preaubert and ponsero

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImaginaryPogue View Post
    Amodio got 72.65
    Next year, he'll move to the 75-77 range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonichelle View Post
    in his book Forcing the Edge, Kurt Browning tells a story about Midori Ito wanting to ski with him and some of the other skaters, but that the Japanese Federation wouldn't let her, so he let her ride piggyback while he skiied down, and all the way down all he could think about what how much trouble he'd be in with the JSF if something happened to her
    That's great! I hadn't heard that story (or read the book...shame on me). How many world champions does it take to ski down a hill?

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