From Vancouver 2010 to Sochi 2014!!!

Posted: July 17, 2010 in Russia, Sochi 2014, Winter Olympic Games

Was the first time that the Olympic Winter Games was transmited at non-payed tv in Brazil. The games “saved” who didn’t want to watch carnival and, I have to say, them saved my vacations. All saw all the figure skate programs (pairs, men, ladies and ice dance) and it made a lot of fans here, a tropical country, where the winter haven’t any snowflake. Here haves, at most, artificial ice rinks full of people wanting be like the best figure skaters that passed by the Pacific Coliseun, in Vancouver. Of course, one of these fabulous athletes is Artem Borodulin, in your olympic debut.Phot by  David W. Carmichael

How you can find in this blog, Artem haves a history of overcome before he became a olympic athlete. He broke his ankle practicing a jump, in 2007 and his career was near a early end. But his determination was biggest and he can to continue until the Winter Games. He was the golden medalist at ISU Junior Grand Prix, in Sofia (Bulgaria); 2th place at Russian Championships and and 3th place at Rostelecon 2009, where he ascended the podium with the legend of figure skating Evgeni Plushenko, that was the 1th in this competition.In Vancouver, he presented his 2009-2010 season program. The Short Program was “Kalinka”, a traditional russian song and his Free Skating  or Long Program, he performed “Tango de Roxanne (from “Chicago” soundtrack) and “Assassin’s Tango (from “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” soundtrack). From his performances at Olympics, haven’t any video avalable yet, but theres the same programs in other championships of 2009-2010 season.

photo by David W. Carmichael

In addition to already know and like Kalinka, Artem caught my attention early in the short program, by her unique skating, quick and expressive, his blond and full hair  flying through the Pacific Coliseum.In the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi (Russia), He will be in his second Olympic Games. He will be 4 years older, 4 years more experienced, 4 years more prized and, I believe, a thousand times with more fans.

This is the goal of this blog!

Towards Sochi 2014!!!

See you! =)

                                                                                                           photo by David Carmichael

Comments
  1. please, don’t forget to say that he is handsome russian hahahaha
    i wish we could see him in Sochi, he have good chances, just hope his unluck go away

  2. Artem IS a good ice-skater, and this 4 years will make more experience. s2

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s