Slow, dull, and G-rated
Oh gosh, poor Gabi. I hope she'll be okay.
A few weeks ago, a coach showed me a mail signed "the new president" and the IP address was under the name Didier Gailhaguet. He doesn't even bother to hide so he could as well sign all communications himself. A farce indeed.
This made me freezeThe same way you can spot a doppelganger on the internet. Style, recurrences, manners.
After some people from the FFSG reported they recognized his way of writing in the new president's letters and instructions to the clubs (reported by Le Télégramme newspaper, and Gailhaguet wasn't even denying), I checked the Courchevel press pack, telling jokingly to myself he wouldn't dare.
And he did !
Nobody writes like that, except Gailhaguet. You can spot him from kilometers away.
The skaters will share their time between Lyon, where they will continue to be trained by Roxane Petetin, and Montréal, where they are fully integrated in the I. AM team.
Evgeniia and Geoffrey have started training with us mid-August and will compete for the first time in the 2022/2023 season at the French Masters.
Une "slave" d'examens ? Does it mean they were made by docs from Eastern countries? For non-French speakers, the paper made a typo and/or mixed up the words "slave" = slav and "salve" = slavo - une salve d'examens means a battery of tests Une slave d'examens means nothing at all. But this is the Dauphiné Libéré, my local paper, proofreading isn't their forte!News about Kevin Aymoz
It seems it's not that bad : an ankle sprain from the first analyses.
Le patineur Kevin Aymoz qui s'est blessé lors de la présentation du programme libre samedi soir à Villard-de-Lans, à l'occasion des Masters de patinage, a passé une première slave d'examens, plutôt rassurants.www.ledauphine.com
Good grief, it looks like the entire French team bar Kevin Aymoz is skating! At least most of them get a week away from competition after the Masters de Patinage, but Clemence is skating at Egna this weekend and then Nice next...The ISU put up the entry list