Top 10: 1 Brian JOUBERT FRA 232.01 1 2 2 Samuel CONTESTI ITA 220.92 3 3 3 Kevin VAN DER PERREN BEL 219.36 4 4 4 Yannick PONSERO FRA 219.30 9 1 5 Alban PREAUBERT FRA 212.22 5 5 6 Tomas VERNER CZE 207.98 2 7 7 Andrei LUTAI RUS 200.57 8 6 8 Kristoffer BERNTSSON SWE 186.15 7 10 9 Sergei VORONOV RUS 184.96 6 13 10 Michal BREZINA CZE 183.19 17 8
Dikke proficiat Kevin! Ik heb net live gekeken naar het EK en duizend angsten uitgestaan tijdens je lange kur. Mijn hartslag ging misschien wel even hoog als de jouwe, alleen is dit bij mij nu niet zo gezond want ik herstel nog van een longontsteking. Doe zo voort! Ik ben al jaren een trouwe fan en hoop nog veel mooie dingen van je te zien. Veel groetjes, Karen
Gotta call him soon for some comments! Can't wait till Sunday: Exhibition Gala! I wonder what he will do
Anyway, maybe you have read it on his website, but on January 3rd I met with Kevin at the icerink in Liedekerke. Had to drag my boyfriend with me who in the end,was totally enthousiastic about Kevin (and Jenna) too. Before, he never was really interested in figure skating. And guess what happened this evening? He said: please tell when it's Kevin turn to skate so I can watch it too (he was upstairs sitting behind the computer). Can you imagine? ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
I have to compete this Saturday (gymnastics), pretty important competition. I am injured to my elbow and recovering from a flue. When I see Kevin skate like that, with so many injuries (have you seen him making weird moves with his leg shortly before it was his turn?) I tell myself: takes his example and go for it!! People can learn from him!
YAY, congrats Kevin, welldeserved medal and so glad to see you soo energetic and wellskating after both injuries and flu Wouldn´t say no to Tarzan costume either for the gala "saint" He looked so happy after skate and surprised in K&C, was wonderful to see, the jumpmachine got his game back
Erm, I dont see whats so undeserving about it. He skated an awesome SP and got the marks for that. His closest competitors couldnt keep it up for the LP, Brian did...sorta. Not a great skate, but he fought and did get the marks that belonged to that, not first but second. Had any of the others that came close in the LP (Yannick, Samuel, Kevin and maybe even Alban) been closer pointwise in the SP, they might have overtaken him, but they werent. So with a great SP and a well enough LP, he did deserve his win fair and square. I do bet that Samuel and Kevin are happier with their skates (in LP) than Brian is with his, but thats a different story...
Last Edit: Jan 22, 2009 23:08:48 GMT 1 by Mireille
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