It's true: Skating isn't Dance

It's true: Skating isn't Dance

Post by Locutus of Bo » Sun, 21 Jan 2001 08:52:39


http://www.bostonherald.com/sport/golf_tennis_more/gee01182001.htm

"OK, they wear unusual costumes. Like baseball players don't? World-class
figure skaters, however, aren't devotees of a branch of the performing arts.
They should be identified as athletes."

Nice to see it in print. ;^)

Peg, sorry, couldn't resist

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It's true: Skating isn't Dance

Post by john » Sun, 21 Jan 2001 09:54:27

Quote:
> Nice to see it in print. ;^)

1947 aye! Ha! That would put the average judge
in their mid-70s .. getting there. What is really
needed is for Nadia to take up skating, and***
Button to go totally berserk over her in 2002.

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It's true: Skating isn't Dance

Post by Fiona McQuarri » Sun, 21 Jan 2001 10:19:25

:> Nice to see it in print. ;^)

: 1947 aye! Ha! That would put the average judge
: in their mid-70s .. getting there. What is really
: needed is for Nadia to take up skating, and***
: Button to go totally berserk over her in 2002.

Nadia who?

Cheers, Fiona

 
 
 

It's true: Skating isn't Dance

Post by Ruth Lafle » Mon, 22 Jan 2001 05:26:33

Quote:

> http://www.bostonherald.com/sport/golf_tennis_more/gee01182001.htm

> "OK, they wear unusual costumes. Like baseball players don't? World-class
> figure skaters, however, aren't devotees of a branch of the performing arts.
> They should be identified as athletes."

> Nice to see it in print. ;^)

Some one should send this to the guy at the Denver Post: how funny to see two
articles talking about the same things, even using at least one of the same
quotes -- but with such different attitudes.

Quote:
> Peg, sorry, couldn't resist

Thanks for posting it.