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    Canada the only country to win Olympic Gold in all 4 disciplines

    With Patrick Chan's Sochi Olympic Gold is Canada now the only country to win Olympic Gold in all 4 disciplines. Looking back over history it looks like we are. Russia has a chance to join Canada if they can win the 2014 ladies gold in a couple years time.

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    2013 World Championships you mean, Canada has been successful with Gold lock for Chan and bronze locks for D/R and Osmond, maybe Gold also for V/M
    but do you mean Gold in all for disciplines in 2014 ???

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    Didn't we already have this thread after worlds last year?

    Sky Fly, pangtongfan means that Chan is guaranteed to win in Sochi no matter what, and then Canada will have won an Olympic gold medal in each discipline over the course of history. (Barbara Ann Scott in 1948, etc.)

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    Yes it was my thread from 2 years ago but when I tried to bump it I couldnt as it was archived. Chan won the 2014 Olympic gold sometime from June 2010-August 2010 though, so Canada has been the only country to win Olympic Gold in all 4 disciplines for a good almost 3 years now. It will be interesting if Russia can join us and become the 2nd in February 2014, but it is looking increasingly doubtful they will win the ladies in Sochi. The U.S would have to win a pairs gold for that to happen for them, even if Davis & White win gold, and that isnt happening. What other countries are close, anyone know.

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    Huh? above entry , um huh? Chan won 2014 Olympic Gold? What year is this?

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    England has ladies' (Madge Syers, 1908), men's (John Curry and Robin Cousins), and dance (Torvill and Dean). They have two bronzes in pairs, 1908 and 1920.

    Austria and Germany both have men's. women's and pairs.

    Dance is the killer, since Russia, USSR, etc., have won it all but two times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman View Post
    England has ladies' (Madge Syers, 1908), men's (John Curry and Robin Cousins), and dance (Torvill and Dean). They have two bronzes in pairs, 1908 and 1920.

    Austria and Germany both have men's. women's and pairs.

    Dance is the killer, since Russia, USSR, etc., have won it all but two times.
    Well it is as though people have a hate on for Chan. Carolina Kostner is more of a sure thing of oly gold than Chan. And we might as well just say Wagner and Yuna are sure things for gold. Let's jinx everyone. Max Aaron destined for podium. Davis and White are clearly the faves; doesn't matter they do the same stuff yehar in and year out it is deemed as artistic and fabulous and they clearly have the judges favour. No matter what V and M do it won't be enough. Maybe there is some sympathy too? Who knows its like let both teams have one oly gold.

    I didn't know Canada never won a men's gold; i thought Donald Jackson did but what do I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman View Post
    England has ladies' (Madge Syers, 1908), men's (John Curry and Robin Cousins), and dance (Torvill and Dean). They have two bronzes in pairs, 1908 and 1920.

    Austria and Germany both have men's. women's and pairs.

    Dance is the killer, since Russia, USSR, etc., have won it all but two times.
    Thanks for that. So if Britian can win the pairs gold in Sochi they can be the second (or first depending if you consider Chans Oly Gold which was certain from June 2010 onwards to have been won in June 2010 or on the official medal ceremony day of February 2014). Kemp & King just have to pass the qualifying event for the Games, since they didnt qualify directly here and add another 100 points to their combined SP-LP PB scores and they are all set to do it!

    So Austra and Germany only need dance gold. Germany will have a dance team at the Games atleast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pangtongfan View Post
    Yes it was my thread from 2 years ago but when I tried to bump it I couldnt as it was archived. Chan won the 2014 Olympic gold sometime from June 2010-August 2010 though, so Canada has been the only country to win Olympic Gold in all 4 disciplines for a good almost 3 years now. It will be interesting if Russia can join us and become the 2nd in February 2014, but it is looking increasingly doubtful they will win the ladies in Sochi. The U.S would have to win a pairs gold for that to happen for them, even if Davis & White win gold, and that isnt happening. What other countries are close, anyone know.
    with 2 spots for Ladies and the veterans doing well not likely maybe 2018, Chan is the only sure thing for gold lock in 2014 since sunrise

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    While I find this mildly entertaining, I honestly can't help but want to re-evaluate how I spend my time as I've spent so much of today just reading so much hate for what? A homicidal maniac? A child abuser? A racist?
    Nope, a freaking Figure Skater! Really? Do we have to hate on him so much? It's such a strong word and one I'm trying to eliminate from my vocabulary. Dislike the system please, not Patrick. What is he supposed to say? Do? It's really not his fault is it??

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    I'm pretty sure that Chan will not be an Olympic champion because he will keep Kathy Johnson next year and he will not have 4F or 4S. Bye, bye, the Olympic gold!

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    PTF doesn't mean that Canada will win ladies, pairs and dance next year. Just that they will will men's, then they will have a gold medalist in all four disciplines over the whole history of the Olympics. (Barbara Ann Scott, 1948, Sale and Pelletier, 2002. Virtue and Moir, 2010, Patrick Chan, 2014.)

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    Oh, pardon me! My bad! I've reread the title. Now I understood.

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    I was thinking that Russia had done it already, but of course Oksana Baiul won for Ukraine after the USSR broke up. So, okay, Canada is in the running unless Britain suddenly manages to find a pairs team that's a contender.

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