Discussion in 'Great Skate Debate' started by jlai, May 19, 2010.
Wow. A math major. I'm impressed.
Good for him. I'm also impressed by the math major. I just took statistics and college algebra in college, and even that was . I think his volunteering, teaching, and coaching activities are fantastic.
I want to see the blue mohawk.
However I am very impressed to read of where he is at in his life. It is obviously very successful for him personally. Good for him.
Will blonde do?
Very impressed with his achievements and volunteering. Not too many elite skaters share his/her talents with underprivileged kids like he did. He's a great role model for young skaters.
Thanks for the article. Nice to see him accomplishing so much off the ice, in addition to all he accomplished in his skating.
I admire him very much.
Tim's a great guy and we always look forward to him coming back to Chicago during school breaks. He is a very good coach who helps out during his visits.
He looks so hot with the mohawk!
Really????? I always thought Tim looked kind of goofy, but he sounds happy and he certainly has a great future!!
I like his approach in life. Help the next generation while enjoying what you have. I always knew he was a good guy!
I think a lot of skaters could learn and benefit from working with him.
When I saw the thread title, I thought, "he isn't THAT old"!
Great for Tim, and nice to hear how he's doing and what he's been accomplishing since he retired from competitive skating. I remember that he seemed very upset and disappointed at the time he ended his skating career, so it's wonderful to see that he's discovered there's life after skating. Also, good to see that he's gotten to a place where he realizes the signficance of what he accomplished in skating and the importance of giving back. Kudos, to Tim, he's a great role model.
Oh definitely, but I have a soft spot for the goofy looking guys.
I hope his back and other old skating injuries are healed. And I am so glad to hear he's graduating and doing well, and doing good for others, too!
well done. Goebel
I agree. I also think mohawks are for kids and punks. He should have gone the fauxhawk route.
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