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    1. Jagudin <3
    2. Joubert
    3. Lambiel
    4. Brezina (think I saw him at a competition when I was in novice or junior level and said that he's gonna be awesome)
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    It's hard for me to come up with 5 ... mainly because I find most men ... well, boring.

    Ilia Kulik ... He had great jumps and excellent line. Slow spinner though. And he comes across a nice guy.
    Johnny Weir ... Great line, nice posture and very pleasing to the eye. I like his skating, but not his personality.
    Adam Rippon ... very expressive. Not as tall and long legged as I'd prefer though.

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    I thought it might be interesting to see who the "Top Five of the Top Fives" were. The Results so far are:

    Stéphane Lambiel (32)
    Alexei Yagudin (31)
    Kurt Browning (27)
    Brian Boitano (17)
    Daisuke Takahashi and Ilia Kulik (tied at 15)

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    Alexei Yagudin
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    Daisuke Takahashi


    Fifth place is a heavily contested tie with Jeffrey Buttle, Alexander Abt, John Curry, etc.

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    My top five...

    Kurt Browning
    Alexei Yagudin
    Brian Orser
    Jeff Buttle
    Todd Eldredge

    HM: Kulik, Lambiel, Vanderperren, Joubert...etc etc etc
    Haunting the Princess of Pink since 20/07/11...

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    Last edited by rococo; 03-31-2010 at 08:00 AM.

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    I love:

    - Alexei Yagudin
    - Ilia Kulik
    - the REAL Olympic Champion 2010 ... Daisuke Takahashi
    - pro Kurt Browning
    - Brian Joubert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heldentenor View Post
    I thought it might be interesting to see who the "Top Five of the Top Fives" were. The Results so far are:

    Stéphane Lambiel (32)
    Alexei Yagudin (31)
    Kurt Browning (27)
    Brian Boitano (17)
    Daisuke Takahashi and Ilia Kulik (tied at 15)
    It reflects the reality of talented complete skaters !

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    Stephane Lambiel
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    HM Alexander Abt

    and maybe following years...
    Adam Rippon
    Michal Brezina

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    Quote Originally Posted by CantALoop View Post
    1. John Curry - IMNSHO anybody who left him out of their top 5 should watch a few of his performances and reevaluate their list. Just sayin'.
    Amen to that!!

    1. John Curry
    2. Toller Cranston
    3. David Jenkins
    4. Robin Cousins
    5 = John Misha Petkevich (the man was the skating God of his day yet hardly anyone remembers him )
    5 = Robert Waggenhoffer (just a genius skater who if he'd competed under CoP at the time would have been World champ for sure.)

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    Browning
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    John Curry
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    Brian Boitano (King of da WORLD!!!!!)
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    Tie: Alexei Yagudin, John Curry, Brian Orser, Johnny Weir - 2003 to 2006

    Honorable mention: Josef Sabovcik, Chris Bowman, Kurt Browning, Phillipe Candeloro, Rudy Galindo
    "Once you've skated together long enough, and you're really good friends, you can close your eyes, put your hand out and she's right there." Joe Dolkiewicz, 2011 US Novice Pairs Bronze Medalist

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    Ilia Kulik - well, you knew I'd say that but I do mean it! His jumps obviously but also the carriage of his upper body and gorgeous, soft arms and hands - ballet class wasn't wasted on him! I wish more men could have that level of port de bras.
    John Curry - gorgeous, just gorgeous work all around
    Kurt Browning - new level of footwork
    Toller - could any men's list be complete without Toller? He changed so much for everyone!
    Yagudin - I personally don't like his skating that much but I appreciate his driven competitive spirit.


    Honorable Mention - Jeff Buttle for his magnificent edges, like butta! Watching Jeff's skating from the hip down is a privilege. He will never stop that icky, shugging stuff with his shoulders so I don't watch that part.
    Gary Beacom - again, can you tell I pay attention to edges? His edge work can be stunning and truly take you some place else in your head - I think of watching a Gary edge program as a meditation.
    Last edited by Willowway; 03-31-2010 at 07:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heldentenor View Post
    I thought it might be interesting to see who the "Top Five of the Top Fives" were. The Results so far are:

    Stéphane Lambiel (32)
    Alexei Yagudin (31)
    Kurt Browning (27)
    Brian Boitano (17)
    Daisuke Takahashi and Ilia Kulik (tied at 15)

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    Alexei Yagudin
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    Yevgeni Plushenko
    Kurt Browning
    Daisuke Takahashi

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