It's a mini mullet.
"I miss footwork that has any kind of a discernible pattern. The goal of a step sequence should not be for a skater to show the same ice coverage as a Zamboni and take about as much time as an ice resurface. " ~ Zemgirl, reflecting on a pre-IJS straight line sequence
probabl the old, he has been touring non stop since march, where did he find time to make new?
Haircut looks much better. Not much you can do with straight, fine hair anyway. I hope he skates well. Never been a fan, but at this point I do wish him well.
!!before 2001 he had a yellow bowl as headI thought the short haircut he had pre-2001 looked a lot better than the power-mullet.
at one point before the comeback, he had them long, like all long, but i cant remember where i saw it. That was better than mullet.
I think his torino 2006 were fine, the less mulety ever
There is a rule against competing in events not sanctioned by the ISU, which would cover all the old pro-style events like Ice Wars or World Pro Championships. There are hardly any of these events left. The only recent one I recall is the Thin Ice competition this past March. Competing in a pro competition is the only offense that prevents a skater from ever regaining eligibility. That would not apply to the Japan Open, though, because it is a pro-am event sanctioned by the ISU. I don't know of any other ISU events where "pros" (ineligible skaters) may participate.Is there any rule which says that an iligible skater can't reinstate his eligibility if he competes as a pro?
Divakawa had a mullet?
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i thought Jo invited him, since it is ISU event, wouldnt it be a strange point to invite him and then tell him, no we didnt like you participated..BAN.