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Having said that, athletes are generally ugly faced (and not so bright), so Stephane has little competition. Stephane doesn't look feminine to me, but rather childish. I salute all of his choices, starting from the music he chooses for his programs, to every single word that leaves his mouth.
Paul Poirier and Adam Rippon are still a bit young for me, let us see what happens in a few years."Stephane Lambiel makes Brian Joubert look like a troll who lives under a bridge."Bullshit. A friend of mine (lesbian) knows a guy who used to fuck with Lambiel.
No knees have been clubbed in the battle between 2007 men’s world champion Brian Joubert of France and up-and-coming Canadian Patrick Chan, but words as sharp as skate blades reignited the eternal debate between athleticism and artistry before the men’s competition begins today at the World Figure Skating Championships.“The gauntlet is thrown,” Don Laws, Chan’s courtly coach, said in typically elegant fashion.“Nothing like a little testosterone to fire it up,” Scott Hamilton, the 1984 Olympic gold medalist said with a theatrical growl in his voice.
“It’s good stuff.” The plot summary: After Canada’s Jeffrey Buttle unseated Joubert at last year’s world championships, the Frenchman said he was disappointed Buttle didn’t try a quad.
In fact, in 2008, Stephane "surprised" Johnny by moving to his town in New Jersey and using his coaches. The guy considers being gay an insult, he should move to Skate Canada, were he will find many others who think just like him. Mit Sonntags Blick sprach er über seine Träume, sein unfreiwilliges Coming-out — und seine Zukunft.
THURSDAY* Ice dance, original dance, - p.m.* Men’s free skate, - p.m. First half, a.m.- p.m.; second, - p.m.* Ice dance, free dance, -11 p.m.
France’s Brian Joubert, 29, has been one of the most popular skaters ever since he debuted at the European Championships in 2002.
“I respect the other skaters, but I prefer when they beat me with quad jumps.”As Laws said, the gauntlet is down. This one more than [email protected] WORLD FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIPSAt Staples Center: TODAY* Men’s short program.
First half, 9 a.m.- p.m.; second, - p.m.* Pairs free skate, 7-11 p.m.
Brian: For the moment I am continuing to do shows, because it is fun to perform without competition stress, to see the audience and to travel.