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    Misha Ge

    Misha Ge of Uzbekistan is very entertaining and had two great skates at Cup of China 2014.

    His bio, which gives his facebook, twitter, and instagram info.
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00013128.htm

    SP at CoC 2014
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Rc_EOngraAM

    LP (his personal best to date) at CoC 2014
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Re2zg0iOtnc

    EX at CoC 2014
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=sQmMldVPhBU
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    I'm a fan!

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    Bravo, Misha, for being one of the highlights of this competition! And for creating an exhibition skate for the gala "on the fly"

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    A very fun to watch skater.

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    Count me in the fans!

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    I spent hours yesterday watching his videos on YouTube. LOVE him!

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    I would have no problem if he'd won the whole thing at Cup of China.

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    His skating always brings me smile . And he is truly a very nice person always caring about other skaters.

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    That exhibition was something else! H has such greatmusicality

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    Quote Originally Posted by TMC View Post
    That exhibition was something else! H has such greatmusicality
    agreed.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjKxcETEh5s

    The exhibition, just in case others haven't seen it. [ETA: Dorispulaski has added the ex. to the first post; thanks! ]Did he really put that together overnight? Unbelievable.

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    I'm a fan. I loved him the first time I saw him. I can't remember when it was but I think it was a couple of years ago. I hope he can improve his jumps so he can include a quad or two and start winning medals. He already has great presentation and is very entertaining.

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    I hope we can see Misha on a podium someday soon. He's tried very hard to make his presentation more palatable to the judges, but I'm glad he hasn't lost himself in the process. At Finlandia, I did think he veered into melodrama a bit too much, but he toned it down just enough for CoC. I believe he takes the feedback he gets very seriously.

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    Misha rocks!!! Also, he seems to the kind who loves what he does and no matter the result, as seriously as he takes the sport and his practice, seems to just enjoy himself at every event. His "Les Parapluies de Cherbourg" FS was wonderful.

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    I remember seeing Misha at the Olympics and enjoying his skating. He love to perform and it shows (he's like the male Elena Radionova, LOL). Glad he did well at CoC and I hope he continues to turn out great skates this season and find himself winning some International medals.

    And he speaks three languages, so he must act as interpreter between the Chinese, Russians and English speaking skaters

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