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Thread: Who do you want to win Worlds? (MEN)

  1. #16
    Jaqen Hghar
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    Re: Who do you want to win Worlds? (MEN)


    Sasha Abt - so they'll put him on the tours and we can see him skate more often.
    Besides, he deserves it.

  2. #17
    Joesitz
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    Re: Who do you want to win Worlds? (MEN)


    Stefan Zivanovic!! Why not?

    Joe

  3. #18
    singer4life02
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    Worlds


    I said Tim! I think he's worked hard and really wants it this year!

    GO TIMMY AND MICHELLE

  4. #19
    GBMalwayz
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    Re: Worlds


    Are you the interviewer or just happen to have the same name?

  5. #20
    CoCoNuTsiopatHic
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    Men's Worlds


    I hope it goes:

    1) Alexei Yagudin, RUS
    2) Brian Joubert, FRA
    3) Michael Weiss, USA
    4) Evgeny Plushenko, RUS
    5) Takeshi Honda, JPN
    6) Aleksandr Abt, RUS

    Craig

  6. #21
    Kara Bear
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    Re: Men's Worlds


    Sandhu

  7. #22
    Joesitz
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    Re: Men's Worlds


    Klimkin or Joubert or Lambiel

  8. #23
    BronzeisGolden02
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    Ilia Klimkin


    I had never seen Ilia Klimkin skate and after watching both of his performances at this year's NHK Trophy, I was completely won over. What a unique talent he has, I love his unusual style. He has the most potential of all the men to be a 6.0 skater. He has wonderful jump technique and all other elements are just as solid. I'd love to see him put it together and shock the skating community with a world title. If he falters, I'd be pleased to see Plushenko or Honda win as well.

  9. #24
    Tpangner
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    Re: Who do you want to win Worlds? (MEN)


    I'd love to see Goebel or Buttle win worlds but my raison has to say Plushenko. I'm not a fan but if he(Plushenko) skate a near perfect short and long, he will win .

  10. #25
    RealtorGal
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    Re: Men's Worlds


    Joe, who is that? Do you mean Trifun Zivanovic, by any chance? That round-shouldered over-the-hill fellow who skates now for Yugoslavia because he couldn't cut it in the U.S.?

  11. #26
    Joesitz
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    Re: Men's Worlds


    RG - I do mean Trifun. I had intended to vote for Lambiel but changed after the first name. (a bit tipsy that night, I think.)

    I'm anxious to see Trifun. I do like that far out style of his.

    But to be more in touch, there is no one to approach Plush.

    Joe

  12. #27
    Lcp88
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    Re: Men's Worlds


    I really Brian Joubert for silver, and I've come to accept the fact that Evgeni will win gold. As for Bronze, Honda? Kilmkin? Goebel? I really don't know...
    Laura

  13. #28
    j02445
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    Re: Men's Worlds


    I would love to see Sasha win, but I think Plushy will beat him out.

  14. #29
    lottafs
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    Re: Men's Worlds


    Brian Joubert or Timmy or Alexei.

  15. #30
    Princess Leppard 625
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    Re: Men's Worlds


    I voted for Plush, naturally, but I don't think it's a lock for him. Takeshi just hit three quads (and thankfully, appears to have given up the toilet paper for good), Alexander Abt can NOT be counted out, and Joubert and Klimkin are great, too.

    But if Evgeni skates clean, it's his title. :D

    cheers,

    Laura

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