But he has another son with Yana, right?
Originally Posted by plushyfan
Meglio l'ultimo sorriso, che il primo riso.
Originally Posted by volk
The branch of equestrian sports that really allows older competitors is dressage. In that and in marksmanship, there could be some pretty long careers.
Originally Posted by Sandpiper
As far as parents and children competing in the same event, not that this was in the Olympics, but I think that hockey player Gordie Howe played professionally with one or two of his sons for a brief time.
When it comes to gymnastics, though, I share your reluctance to get interested, especially in ladies' gymnastics. Their careers last about as long as a tulip that has been picked and put into a vase. I can't even learn their names quickly enough. Fortunately in ice skating, though many have rapid careers, there are a few who manage to endure and to grow artistically and technically, and they're the ones that hold my interest. I feel fortunate that skaters I have especially liked, such as Michelle, Mao, YuNa, and Daisuke, have stayed in for a pretty long time. And I am also lucky enough to like ice dancing, where skaters seem to have longer careers.
Gee maybe I will see Plushy there in 2022. I mean I only have 30 percent lung capacity but who knows?????
Actually also showjumping - for example
Originally Posted by Olympia
Those are just two who came to mind...
I wonder, would muscle suit be allowed in ice dance? Obviously, he can't do the stripping part since that's prop violation, but he won't need to jump, so the suit won't hinder him much.
Originally Posted by anyanka
Yes, but Sasha won't be ready for 2022. He's barely a toddler--even in eight years, he won't be old enough to compete at the Olympics. Plushy did make a joke about it though.
Originally Posted by AliceInWonderland