US TV: Junior Worlds on Lifetime Fri. 3/29 11am-1pm EST

US TV: Junior Worlds on Lifetime Fri. 3/29 11am-1pm EST

Post by Skatephi » Sat, 30 Mar 2002 10:52:00


The 2002 World Junior Championships will be shown on Lifetime cable in the U.S.
tomorrow, on *Friday, March 29 11am-1pm Eastern* - so be sure to set those
VCRs!

Lifetime's website has a summary at:
http://www.lifetimetv.com/shows/sports/junior.html

"World Junior Figure Skating Championships

Don't miss skating's rising stars.

On the heels of 16-year-old Sarah Hughes grabbing the gold in Salt Lake City is
a new crop of skaters with Olympic aspirations. Don't miss figure skating's
up-and-coming stars as they compete in the 2002 World Junior Figure Skating
Championships in Hamar, Norway. This prestigious event gives many of the
youngest U.S. skaters their very first taste of international competition.

With a reputation for showcasing future champions, including Hughes, Michelle
Kwan and Kristi Yamaguchi, the World Juniors gives viewers a glimpse of the
next group of Olympic hopefuls as we look ahead to the 2006 Winter Games. In
addition to the nail-biting competition, Lifetime treats you to conversations
with some of this year's standout American competitors: Ann Patrice McDonough,
Beatrisa Liang, Tanith Belbin and Benjamin Agosto. Plus, don't miss Lifetime's
exclusive interview with skating champions Oksana Baiul and Nancy Kerrigan, who
talks about the 1994 attack on her that shocked the skating world.

Hosted by Kathleen Murphy, along with veteran sports announcer Andrea Joyce and
former World Champion and Olympic figure skater Paul Martini, the World Junior
Figure Skating Championships promises to be an exciting event. Tune in on
Friday, March 29 at 11 am. In the meantime, get a sneak peek of the skating
competition with our photo
gallery."

Photos (McDonough, Donovan, Belbin/Agosto, Bradley) can be viewed at:
http://www.lifetimetv.com/shows/sports/junior_1.html

--Sylvia, hoping that Lifetime will show (in addition to the inevitable pfluff)
 Belgium's Kevin van der Perren's entire FS...

 
 
 

US TV: Junior Worlds on Lifetime Fri. 3/29 11am-1pm EST

Post by Tina Krame » Sat, 30 Mar 2002 13:21:56


Quote:
> The 2002 World Junior Championships will be shown on Lifetime cable in the
U.S.
> tomorrow, on *Friday, March 29 11am-1pm Eastern* - so be sure to set those
> VCRs!

> Lifetime's website has a summary at:
> http://www.lifetimetv.com/shows/sports/junior.html

> "World Junior Figure Skating Championships

> Don't miss skating's rising stars.

> On the heels of 16-year-old Sarah Hughes grabbing the gold in Salt Lake
City is
> a new crop of skaters with Olympic aspirations. Don't miss figure
skating's
> up-and-coming stars as they compete in the 2002 World Junior Figure
Skating
> Championships in Hamar, Norway. This prestigious event gives many of the
> youngest U.S. skaters their very first taste of international competition.

> With a reputation for showcasing future champions, including Hughes,
Michelle
> Kwan and Kristi Yamaguchi, the World Juniors gives viewers a glimpse of
the
> next group of Olympic hopefuls as we look ahead to the 2006 Winter Games.
In
> addition to the nail-biting competition, Lifetime treats you to
conversations
> with some of this year's standout American competitors: Ann Patrice
McDonough,
> Beatrisa Liang, Tanith Belbin and Benjamin Agosto. Plus, don't miss
Lifetime's
> exclusive interview with skating champions Oksana Baiul and Nancy
Kerrigan, who
> talks about the 1994 attack on her that shocked the skating world.

> Hosted by Kathleen Murphy, along with veteran sports announcer Andrea
Joyce and
> former World Champion and Olympic figure skater Paul Martini, the World
Junior
> Figure Skating Championships promises to be an exciting event. Tune in on
> Friday, March 29 at 11 am. In the meantime, get a sneak peek of the
skating
> competition with our photo
> gallery."

> Photos (McDonough, Donovan, Belbin/Agosto, Bradley) can be viewed at:
> http://www.lifetimetv.com/shows/sports/junior_1.html

> --Sylvia, hoping that Lifetime will show (in addition to the inevitable
pfluff)
>  Belgium's Kevin van der Perren's entire FS...


Thanks for the reminder.  I wanted to watch it, but didn't know when it was
going to be on.

Tina

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US TV: Junior Worlds on Lifetime Fri. 3/29 11am-1pm EST

Post by Trudi Marrapo » Sat, 30 Mar 2002 20:30:23

Thanks for the reminders...didn't want to miss this!
--
Trudi
adding the question "What do you mean?" to every post, just in case...

 
 
 

US TV: Junior Worlds on Lifetime Fri. 3/29 11am-1pm EST

Post by BottomLineGuyS » Sun, 31 Mar 2002 00:20:13

Quote:
>Subject: Re: US TV: Junior Worlds on Lifetime Fri. 3/29 11am-1pm EST



>> The 2002 World Junior Championships will be shown on Lifetime cable in the
>U.S.
>> tomorrow, on *Friday, March 29 11am-1pm Eastern* - so be sure to set those
>> VCRs!

>> Lifetime's website has a summary at:
>> http://www.lifetimetv.com/shows/sports/junior.html

>> "World Junior Figure Skating Championships

>> Don't miss skating's rising stars.

>> On the heels of 16-year-old Sarah Hughes grabbing the gold in Salt Lake
>City is
>> a new crop of skaters with Olympic aspirations. Don't miss figure
>skating's
>> up-and-coming stars as they compete in the 2002 World Junior Figure
>Skating
>> Championships in Hamar, Norway. This prestigious event gives many of the
>> youngest U.S. skaters their very first taste of international competition.

>> With a reputation for showcasing future champions, including Hughes,
>Michelle
>> Kwan and Kristi Yamaguchi, the World Juniors gives viewers a glimpse of
>the
>> next group of Olympic hopefuls as we look ahead to the 2006 Winter Games.
>In
>> addition to the nail-biting competition, Lifetime treats you to
>conversations
>> with some of this year's standout American competitors: Ann Patrice
>McDonough,
>> Beatrisa Liang, Tanith Belbin and Benjamin Agosto. Plus, don't miss
>Lifetime's
>> exclusive interview with skating champions Oksana Baiul and Nancy
>Kerrigan, who
>> talks about the 1994 attack on her that shocked the skating world.

An "exclusive interview" to me means a new interview, and I Nancy has said she
wanted to separate herself and completely move on from the 1994 "incident."  If
she, in fact, sat down for yet another interview about Harding, I will consider
her a hypocrite and loser.

Bottom Line Guy - hoping Lifetime TV is getting carried away once again

 
 
 

US TV: Junior Worlds on Lifetime Fri. 3/29 11am-1pm EST

Post by Trudi Marrapo » Sun, 31 Mar 2002 20:51:30


[snip]

Quote:
> An "exclusive interview" to me means a new interview, and I Nancy has
said she
> wanted to separate herself and completely move on from the 1994
"incident."  If
> she, in fact, sat down for yet another interview about Harding, I will
consider
> her a hypocrite and loser.

> Bottom Line Guy - hoping Lifetime TV is getting carried away once again

Well then, I guess she's a hypocrite and a loser...but she's an awfully
good-looking, contented-appearing hypocrite and loser.

BTW, Oksana Baiul is looking better these days. I don't know whether she's
skating, but she sure looks better.
--
Trudi
adding the question "What do you mean?" to every post, just in case...

 
 
 

US TV: Junior Worlds on Lifetime Fri. 3/29 11am-1pm EST

Post by mmarte » Wed, 03 Apr 2002 01:46:01

Quote:



> [snip]

> > An "exclusive interview" to me means a new interview, and I Nancy has
>  said she
> > wanted to separate herself and completely move on from the 1994
>  "incident."  If
> > she, in fact, sat down for yet another interview about Harding, I will
>  consider
> > her a hypocrite and loser.

> > Bottom Line Guy - hoping Lifetime TV is getting carried away once again

> Well then, I guess she's a hypocrite and a loser...but she's an awfully
> good-looking, contented-appearing hypocrite and loser.

What was with her makeup?  Too much tan in a can!  It was especially
noticeable when they cut to the tapes of her in 1994, where she is so
ultra pale.  I didn't think she was a hypocrite and a loser for
talking about 1994.  I think she realizes by now that its not really
possible and that the vast majority of the public will remain
interested in her only from that point of departure. This was the
lifetime channel anyway and I am sure the interview was sold to her as
women of a certain age would be interested in how she's doing.

Quote:

> BTW, Oksana Baiul is looking better these days. I don't know whether she's
> skating, but she sure looks better.

She didn't look bad to me but she did look like someone who has aged a
great deal more than 8 years.  I certainly hope that she has gotten
her life on track.

mm