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“However, while warmly assessing the Russian and the Ukrainian ice-dancing couples, and the more obvious youth of their British rivals, one of whom is only 14, it does not sound like a week for which a man as ambitious as Woodward would particularly choose to be remembered.”
“Kids out there, seriously, don't waste your ice-dancing years.”
“Vancouver, British Columbia -- When Alexandra Zaretsky takes to the ice in Olympic ice-dancing competition Friday, she'll look deep into her partner's eyes as they skate the "Tango Romantica.”
“All ice-dancing relationships are strange, say athletes, because they involve spending countless intense hours with the same person, while trying to maintain a professional partnership.”
“Four of the ice-dancing pairs competing in Vancouver are siblings — and this year, there's a compulsory tango routine.”
“Four of the 23 ice-dancing pairs competing at the Vancouver Games are brother and sister.”
“Countless athletes stopped by, including ice-dancing gold-medal winners Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, plus the rock group Barenaked Ladies.”
“I urged him to take up ice-dancing with an eye to the European Championships and eventual gold at Seoul, but he began to trace out huge double spirals on the ice.”
“• Because women are legally required to see the movie The Cutting Edge, every chick is hardwired to think she can turn a tough-guy hockey player into her ice-dancing partner.”
“An observation, not a complaint, about ice-dancing costumes -- They are "cut" like standard ballroom outfits, which means the women look half-naked.”
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