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    Art On Ice interviews at Finlandia Trophy

    First time opening a new thread with the new board format, so I hope I didn't mess up anything

    Anyway, we are publishing the interviews I did during Finlandia Trophy, so I thought it would have been better to create a thread for them instead of posting them in the Italian news/Finlandia Trophy threads.

    On thursday I interviewed Javier Fernandez; after the Free Dance, on Sunday, I talked first with Igor Shpilband and then with Anna Cappellini.

    Javier Fernandez: I like to try different styles

    Talking with Igor Shpilband at the 2012 Finlandia Trophy: Cappellini/Lanotte get off to a good start

    Talking with Anna Cappellini about new programs and the beginning of the season

    As always, any comment/criticism/suggestion is welcome!

    We should publish two more interviews in the next days.
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    Thanks for the interviews!

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    Thanks! More interviews will come later
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    Thank you, pingu. I read only Javi's and Igor's ones. Will read Anna's too (after I see their short dance as I missed it )
    I'm so glad for Javi yesterday, finally he did it! I really loved his interview, the boy is growing up. And looks like his English improved since I talked to him for the last time (in Tallinn 201 )

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    Quote Originally Posted by reut View Post
    Thank you, pingu. I read only Javi's and Igor's ones. Will read Anna's too (after I see their short dance as I missed it )
    I'm so glad for Javi yesterday, finally he did it! I really loved his interview, the boy is growing up. And looks like his English improved since I talked to him for the last time (in Tallinn 201 )
    I'm happy for him too, he sounded very motivated and serene in Finland. I also loved how he took care of Juzuru during the whole weekend, as if he were his elder brother
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    Quote Originally Posted by pingu View Post
    I'm happy for him too, he sounded very motivated and serene in Finland. I also loved how he took care of Juzuru during the whole weekend, as if he were his elder brother
    That sounds so adorable! Everyone's saying that they get along really well I was kind of worried after what happened with Florent back when Javier was still training with Morozov.

    Thank you for your interviews, I always enjoy reading them! Always interesting and well written, both in Italian and in English.

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    Glad to know that, I am always quite worried about making mistakes in my English translations!!
    The next interview is going to be with Guignard/Fabbri
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    Thank you so much, pingu!

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    Thank you so much, pingu! Excellent interviews, and I look forward to reading yours with Guignard/Fabbri.
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