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    What about Moir-Khohlova team?
    Or Khohlova-Scalli?
    Dream-team Moir-Silvershtein
    But honestly i think M-V and T-D are both "Dream teams"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pani View Post
    What about Moir-Khohlova team?
    Or Khohlova-Scalli?
    Dream-team Moir-Silvershtein
    But honestly i think M-V and T-D are both "Dream teams"
    Do you mean Jana Khoklova?
    What happened to her?
    I would love to see her skate with Massimo Scalli !

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    Quote Originally Posted by PashaFan View Post
    Do you mean Jana Khoklova?
    What happened to her?
    I would love to see her skate with Massimo Scalli !
    Yes She will skate in new Averbukch show with Vitalii Novikov

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    Quote Originally Posted by pani View Post
    Yes She will skate in new Averbukch show with Vitalii Novikov
    He skated with Svetlana Kulikova, didn't he?.
    I loved them. Pity they split up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PashaFan View Post
    He skated with Svetlana Kulikova, didn't he?.
    I loved them. Pity they split up.
    Yes. After she skated with Arseniy Markov. And after Kulikova, Novikov skated with Olga Orlova.

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    No order

    Marina Klimova & Seegei Ponomarenko Russia
    Angelika Krylova & Oleg Ovsiannikov Russia
    Marina Anissina & Gwendal Peizerat France
    Tessa VIRTUE & Scott MOIR Canada
    Tanith Belbin & Ben Agosto US
    Punsalen & Swallow US
    Torville and Dean GB (competed 1994)

    Only seven for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Subway View Post
    No order

    Marina Klimova & Seegei Ponomarenko Russia
    Angelika Krylova & Oleg Ovsiannikov Russia
    Marina Anissina & Gwendal Peizerat France
    Tessa VIRTUE & Scott MOIR Canada
    Tanith Belbin & Ben Agosto US
    Punsalen & Swallow US
    Torville and Dean GB (competed 1994)

    Only seven for me.
    I loved Punsalen & Swallow's Olympic & World free in 1998. They were undermarked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PashaFan View Post
    I loved Punsalen & Swallow's Olympic & World free in 1998. They were undermarked.
    No, they weren't.
    To think that fun is simple fun, while earnest things are earnest, proves all too plain that neither one thou truthfully discernest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allezfred View Post
    No, they weren't.
    I think they were. It was a really lovely programe. I liked it much more than Lob/Ave. I also liked Moniotte & Lavanchy's free that year.

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    If OP had included 1988, I could list Wilson & McCall who are IMO a clear #1 or 2 of all time (depending on where you place Torvill & Dean). I loved loved loved this team. If not for politics, it would be interesting to see what medals this team could have won.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allezfred View Post
    No, they weren't.
    I thought they were badly undermarked in 1998 which surprises me because I'm not a fan of them at all. But I would've had them 3rd in the golden waltz CD, 6th in the Argentine tango CD, 5th in the Jive OD, and 3rd in the FD. I'm not sure what the overall placement would've been though with my placements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gk_891 View Post
    I thought they were badly undermarked in 1998 which surprises me because I'm not a fan of them at all. But I would've had them 3rd in the golden waltz CD, 6th in the Argentine tango CD, 5th in the Jive OD, and 3rd in the FD. I'm not sure what the overall placement would've been though with my placements.
    I agree. I also was not a fan of theirs but when I first saw this at the Olympics I was really into it.
    It's strange when you watch skaters that you have never really liked before then they do a programe that you love & you look back at their other programes & start to warm to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allezfred View Post
    No, they weren't.
    (Re Punsalen/Swallow) I agree...I never saw them undermarked but I definitely saw them overmarked. They were not a top 10 at Worlds team. JMO of course.

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