Edit: Like REALLY ready for new beach photos now
Just read all of skatefan02's info above and knows way more about it... if only Nikolai's family was in Los Angeles. SO JEALOUS!
In a 2010 interview, Max said he had waited 5 years to skate with Tanya, so since 2005 I guess. I agree, their story is very sweet. And like R&J without the sad ending, as it took so long for them to be able to get together professionally.
yes, you're both right. He went through so much. Last weekend I watched an old video with Maria M. -- the one where Maxim stops the performance because his costume sleeve is so tight, he can't lift Maria properly. She is such an ungrateful brat, so sullen and sour. She glares at him as if he's done her a disservice when in fact, he has made sure there could be no accident during a lift. I have to admit that I am thrilled that Max went so far and is so happy, when Oleg V. called him a "loser" and made humiliating remarks about his father. I watched a number of old videos with Maria and I won't go on about it, but what a misery Max has left behind. THank heavens....
Preach the one who tweeted this
Gretch ♔ @sofiekaterine 2 maj
I had a dream that I was hangin out with Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov and we all spoke Swedish 🙊
It seems like that girl is Finnish though, half of the population there has Swedish as first language
Thanks, KinoriH, for finding that link. I don't know what the rules are for stopping a program but they seemed to have accepted the problem, and let them continue. It's funny, that costume deserved to be cut up into lots of tiny pieces. The worse costume I've ever seen in fact, on anyone, ever. I was wondering how the older man got hold of a pair of scissors so quickly! But through it all, Max behaved like a gentleman (not surprisingly).
I understand that this forum is about Max and Tati, but all of us should respect other skaters (Maria, Aliona etc.) as well. We don't know them personally and most 'accusations' are just based on assumptions. It is understandable that some fans would like to defend their favorite skaters but it should not be done by making comments that degrades other skaters. Every person has their own personalities and so do we. Who are we to judge others so harshly when all of us have flaws? It is unfair to judge others based on their appearances for we do not know what they have been through and their own private lives.
I'm sorry if I offend somebody with this post, but just know that I do it out of love; and as an older person (in age), it is an important lesson to learn in life to respect others even with our words.