View Poll Results: Best Olympic Bronze medal Preformance?

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  • Lu Chen-1994 and 1998

    14 26.92%
  • Brasseur&Eisler-1994

    5 9.62%
  • Phiilipe Candeloro-1994

    6 11.54%
  • Tim Goebel-2002

    8 15.38%
  • Tracy Wilson& Rob Mcall-1988

    8 15.38%
  • Michelle Kwan-2002

    1 1.92%
  • Janet Lynn-1972

    3 5.77%
  • Watson&Oppegard-1988

    0 0%
  • Klimova&Ponamorenko

    2 3.85%
  • Other

    5 9.62%
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Thread: Best Olympic Bronze Medal preformance?

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    Best Olympic Bronze Medal preformance?

    Who Had the best Olympic Bronze preformance?

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    By the way Klimova and Ponamorenko`s Bronze came in 84,I forgot to type it

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    I went with Lynn. Not only did she win the FS, but her performance was sublime.

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    I voted for Tim.

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    T&D 1994

    (in OD and FD, but especially OD)

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    The first person I tho't of was Toller Cranston but he's not on the list & there are others just as deserving so I voted for Wilson & McCall. I loved their free dance in 1988. One of my all time favorites.

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    Other - Torvill & Dean, 1994.

    Other terrific bronze medal performances - Brasseur & Eisler (1994), Phillippe Candeloro (1998).

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    I voted for Tim, he did such a great job that day at Olys, it was really good.

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    I voted for Wilson and McCall, they were great. B&E were a close second. I'd also add A&P in '98. I love that Romeo&Juliet FD.

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    I voted for lu chen ,especialy 1998's LP.

    what a come back!!!

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    I voted for Chen Lu. Her 1998 Butterfly Lovers Concerto was just so emotional. It wasn't perfect (that stepout on the Flip), but she was just so expressive throughout the programme. Her tears at the end gave me chills.

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    Phillipe Candeloro -- not 94, tho (which I still have yet to see) but 98; yeah, it was a little hammy, yeah it was over the top but still one of the finest "in-character" performances I've ever seen. And IMO the highlight of what was not an especially great night.

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    I chose Tim... but Brassuer and Eisler were a close second!

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    Actually I have to revise my opinion (fortunately I voted for "other" anyway so it doesn't affect the stats, ).

    Somehow or other, I totally managed to forget Anissina & Peizerat's absolutely fantastic "Romeo & Juliet" from Nagano, which is one of my all time favorite free dances. I always thought it was too bad that the implication of the whole "bloc voting" controversy was that A & P got their medal at the expense of Bourne & Kraatz; personally, if any of the medal-winning free dances should have been "under suspicion", it should have been Krylova & Ovsiannakov's "Carmen"; not a lot of movement going on and so unbeleivably weird that I thought that someone had slipped LSD into my drink.... :sheesh:

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    Lu Chen - her '98 LP was fabulous. I that expression on the ice.

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