The Sports Illustrated cover curse striking again?
Dreaming and dancing
I don't think Miki would any longer after being appointed with Toyota exclusively right after 2006 Olympics, so is Taka. Neither Miki nor Taka appears in Toyota's CM. I think it good for them to be able to focus on skating.
Originally Posted by bekalc
Beliver in Sasha's Perfect Program
Seems that way. It really would be terrible if she withrew after all the expectations and potential. Poor girl, I hope she gets better asap!
Originally Posted by lcd
Last edited by csunny7; 02-11-2010 at 05:38 PM.
I wasn't aware skateboarding was a Winter sport. *coughs*
Originally Posted by clonesheep
Last edited by dorothea; 02-11-2010 at 05:32 PM.
I hope that with this will be clear that the ISU dont will try get down to Yuna, they would be really idiots for to do that to the best machine of money.
Kim has donated nearly US$3M for the last two years.
Keeper of the Kweens OGM.
And she is still very young. What a great role model for younger skaters, very gracious
Originally Posted by inside edge
Wow. The things you learn
Originally Posted by Bennett
Very informative-thank you for the information. Just curious-how do you come by this information? I'm impressed!
Yuna is very beautiful (as is Mao) which doesn't hurt her endorsement career, I'm sure.
You can say that again!
Originally Posted by dorothea
Dreaming and dancing
You are welcome. I am interested in politics and economics and get the info from news and blogs in Japanese.
Originally Posted by katymay
The symbol athlete contracts by the JOC seem to be getting more and more flexible. So I think it plausible to assume that Mao would be on the Forbes list if they disclosed her income, especially because she was probably not on this contract until this season or so. At the same time, it also would be very plausible that she has made a considerate economic contribution to the JOC in their fund raising activities. Thank goodness that she earned her Olympic spot in a convincing manner afer the big slump so that there would be no organizational dilemmas.
Last edited by Bennett; 02-13-2010 at 11:24 AM.
it's olympic season :D
Yu-Na also has a bit of extra incentive to skate her best in Vancouver; she will take in an extra $1 million USD if she takes home the gold medal while also topping her own world record of a combined 207.71 points (from LA 2009 Worlds) in the process.
....info taken from article "World record in Vancouver would hand Kim Yu-Na a $1m bonus:
Article here: http://www.morethanthegames.co.uk/fi...-na-a-1m-bonus
If Kim wins gold, she will earn at least 5 times what she earned last year, as her endorsements will expand internationally.
Originally Posted by bethissoawesome
The best thing is, she would deserve to earn every single penny.
She will make excellent use of the money also.
Last edited by RumbleFish; 02-14-2010 at 02:38 AM.