How about these:
*You refer to skaters by first name or last name only (it was rather annoying during Sochi to go back to saying (with non-hardcare fans) "the skater from Canada" or "the Japanese guy" when I'd gotten so used to referring to them as "Patrick" and "Yuzuru" here; just one example of many)
*You know what most of the abbreviations for ice dance/pairs teams are (D&W or D/W or Marlie, V&M or V/M or Voir, etc)
*You don't mind reading protocols after competitions and have figured out what everything means and now use that shorthand for jumps when posting on GS
*You know various other skating acronyms (for competitions, scoring, etc)
*You wonder, "What is Skater X up to now" and go to GS to find out, because you care deeply about what certain skaters have been up to since they retired
*You are wondering in June what Skaters X, Y, and Z will skate to next season and what their new programs will be like
*You read/watch every interview you can with your favorite skaters
*You rewatch old skating programs on YouTube or VHS tapes (yes, I still have a large skating collection of VHS tapes that I recorded from TV)
*You are a member of GS in the first place (as many others have mentioned)
You're doing a crossword puzzle. One of the clues is "Barack's opponent in 2012."
Correct answer has 4 letters. Via the other clues, you've already got the last 3, which are "ITT."
And...your first thought is: "How can Katarina run for president in the US?"
Happened to me this morning, no kidding! (Finally came to my senses & figured out that the answer was "MITT.")
^ Katarina for ISU President?
8/9 for me on skatingfan4ever's test...