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whisper
12th April 2008, 20:21
EVAN LYSACEK
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Evan Frank Lysacek (pronounced [ɛvʌn lyːsaːʧek], ɜvæn l-yes ɑchɛk (LIE-sah-chek) born June 4, 1985) is an American figure skater. He is the 2007 & 2008 U.S. National Champion, 2008 Grand Prix Final bronze medalist, and a two-time World bronze medalist (2005–2006). Lysacek is currently ranked 7th in the world. He was the United States Olympic Committee's Male Athlete of the Month for November 2006.

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Lysacek heals wounds with "Stars on Ice"
U.S. champion reveals he is a cutthroat charade player

By Lynn Rutherford, special to icenetwork.com
(04/10/2008) - Evan Lysacek isn't modest, at least when it comes to his abilities at charades.

"Oh come on, I'm the best," he said to cast mate Kimberly Meissner. "[Ben] Agosto might be the best actor, but I'm the best player."

With the Smucker's Stars on Ice bunch traveling in different buses as they wind up the show's U.S. tour, the vehicle carrying Olympic-eligible skaters Lysacek; Meissner; and Tanith Belbin passes the time with some retro fun, courtesy of the I Love Lucy-era parlor game.

"What goes on, on the bus, is not necessarily what everyone thinks," Belbin, who has dated Lysacek for more than a year, laughed. "The other bus plays Guitar Hero [a music video game] the whole time, so I guess we took it back a little ways."

"We are so good, now we just talk in charades," Meissner added. "Ben is on my team; Tanith and Evan, who are so connected in the mind it's just wrong, are on the other team."

The eligibles joined Stars on Ice after the 2008 ISU World Figure Skating Championships in Gothenburg, and have injected a new energy into the final U.S. stops.

"Many skaters have had a difficult time adapting to the demands of a professional tour," David Hoffis, the long-time tour director, said. "This season, not only has Sasha [Cohen] become a brilliant headliner and exceeded all of our expectations, but Evan, Kimmie and Tanith and Ben have fit in incredibly well and added a lot."

For Lysacek, who withdrew from Gothenburg after injuring his left forearm, elbow and shoulder, the tour is a creative outlet for pent-up frustration.

"I'm getting much better; I've been working my way back every day," the U.S. champion said. "I was off [the ice] for two weeks, but I wanted to make sure I didn't miss any of this commitment, because I was pretty devastated having to sit home and watch worlds.

"Obviously I wasn't going to be totally ready to come back and go on tour, but I skated one day at home, and then I came and joined them. My second day on the ice was my first show. It's been probably the best thing I could have done to take my mind off of it. I've almost, with the exception of doing some interviews, forgotten about it."

Performing with the tour has been a longtime goal for Lysacek, who vividly remembers his childhood trips to Stars on Ice.

"It's a really tight-knit cast and for the eligible skaters to join it, we are really humble because it's been a legacy in our sport," he said. "I went to see if before I even started skating. We used to go watch every year, and to be a part of it now is sort of surreal."

The withdrawal from Gothenburg was a particular blow, said Lysacek, because he was in top form before a hard fall training his triple Axel dashed his hopes.

"I saw some of it, and I really wish I was there, because I was skating really well," he said. "That was the hardest thing, not just that I missed it, but that I totally regrouped after [placing third at] ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships in February.

"I shook up my training schedule, worked really hard, got really strong. I was going for a gold medal, thinking everyone would be in peak form. That's how I was training and, I don't know how to say this, but to see how the event unfolded was even more disappointing to me."

Only Canadian Jeffrey Buttle, who easily won the title with two clean programs, performed at his best in Gothenburg. But, as Lysacek noted, that's the nature of the sport these days.

"[The men's event] is not being dominated by one person; right now its eight, nine skaters, and whoever has the best skate that day can win," he said.

"It's encouraging to all of us to try and push ourselves, because we know there's a chance to be the best. No one can really predict what's going to happen at this point, and it's a good thing, because there's still no clear-cut favorite going in to the [2010] Vancouver Olympics. The group at the top has been competing with each other for the last decade or more and we all have had ups and downs, every single one of us."

The two-time world bronze medalist (2005 and 2006) will next compete at the Japan Open, a pro-am team event to be held on April 20th in Tokyo. He, along with Meissner; U.S. champion Mirai Nagasu; and six-time U.S. champion Todd Eldredge comprise the U.S. team, and will face off against a Japanese team headed by world champion Mao Asada, and a European squad featuring two-time world champion Stéphane Lambiel.

Lysacek will perform his free skate to Puccini's "Tosca," which he used to win the 2008 U.S. Figure Skating Championships this January in a tie-breaker over Johnny Weir.

"There are still times when my elbow and shoulder will be real sore, but I think I've been able to get back," he said. "We're practicing, Kimmie and Todd and I, and it's encouraging to be training with other people. In the past when I've had injuries it's been a slow rehabilitation process, and being with friends makes it a lot easier."

Lysacek hopes to execute his triple Axel combination in Tokyo, and is picking up a little extra coaching from 1998 Olympic champion Ilia Kulik, who is also performing with Stars on Ice.

"Yeah, Ilia is helping me get back with the triple Axel; he has some secret Russian tips I can't say," Lysacek laughed. "Kimmie is pushing me through my program run-throughs, we have our little team."

Lysacek kicks off Stars on Ice each night with the first solo performance, to a Michael Jackson medley. Creating the program was a group effort, with Lysacek, Belbin, choreographer J.T. Horenstein and fashion designers Richie Rich and Traver Rains of Heatherette all contributing.

"I'm not a dancer, by any means, but I wanted to do something fun," Lysacek said. "The costume is designed and made by Heatherette, and it demanded something sort of funky.

"This was our favorite idea; it's like a spin-off of Chris Brown's performance at the VMA's [MTV Video Music Awards], which we thought was so cool. First came the costume and music, and second came the choreography."

The tall, lanky skater admitted some of Jackson's moves, including his famous "moon walking," didn't come easily.

"It took a lot of different kinds movements from me; the Michael Jackson stuff was harder than the hip hop, because hip hop is freer and you don't have to be so precise," he explained.

"To get me to move my hips, it was my God, my hips aren't moving! It's a little bit different feeling."

rocs_a
13th April 2008, 00:29
din pozele mele din pc, cause I like Evan
bine ca i-ai deschis thread

irinaidu
13th April 2008, 03:00
asta e una din galele in care evan mi se pare f hot !!! :P mie nu prea imi merge youtubeul acum, sper ca linkul e bun.
http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=axF4XIKdAGQ

si asta e cealalta gala care imi place.
http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=iS5UczLsnWw

astea sunt my favourites!!!

whisper
13th April 2008, 18:03
Si mie imi place Evan:) :
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rocs_a
13th April 2008, 18:33
he`s a heartthrob, clar!
si are o prietena pe masura lui :D

irinaidu
13th April 2008, 18:36
ma rog, pot sa am alta parere despre prietena lui??? :P

rocs_a
13th April 2008, 18:56
tu da
eu nu :) . mie mi se pare ca tipa concureaza la frumusete cu kiira.

irinaidu
13th April 2008, 19:17
dar eu nu zic ca nu-i frumoasa, nu as putea . dar ma enerveaza. poate am eu ceva pt ca f putini americani nu ma enerveaza. ben agosto e funny dar ea e prea americanca pt gustul meu.

florik2000
13th April 2008, 22:13
nu-mi place tipul:Pdeci din punctul asta de vedere se potriveste perfect cu prietena lui:drak:

madalina18
13th April 2008, 22:33
la mine e invers.....ea imi place,el nu!:happy

ioanaformed
13th April 2008, 22:37
nu-mi place deloc cum arata...are nasu mare

whisper
14th April 2008, 01:36
:D Mai stiu eu unul cu nasul mai marisor si tot iti place:P Evan, ce are?Nu e blond:P

ioanaformed
15th April 2008, 20:43
:D Mai stiu eu unul cu nasul mai marisor si tot iti place:P Evan, ce are?Nu e blond:P

ce rea esti:cry:...

ange_florinutza
16th April 2008, 22:23
dar..care e prietena lui? el e dragut rau...:D

whisper
16th April 2008, 22:27
Tanith Belbin :)

ange_florinutza
16th April 2008, 22:32
daaaa?? :D ce ma bucur...e atat de frumoasa..si e si o patinatoare buna, cam inceata, dar merge... :D

whisper
16th April 2008, 22:46
Da e draguta...le sta bine impreuna :)

Anisia
16th April 2008, 23:29
Si mie mi se pare ca se potrivesc:)

mikeyy
16th June 2008, 15:50
06/15/2008) - Evan Lysacek is coming off what, by his standards, must be considered a disappointing season, with his lone gold medal coming at the 2008 U.S. Figure Skating Championships and having withdawn from the 2008 ISU World Figure Skating Championships.
So, what's a skater to do when they're in need of a makeover? Pay a visit to arguably the most prolific coach/choreographer of all-time, that's what.

That's what Lysacek, the two-time defending U.S. champion, will do Monday when he leaves for a three-week trip to Moscow to get choreography for his new programs from Tatiana Tarasova, whose recent pupils have included 2006 Olympic gold medalist Shizuka Arakawa, 2006 Olympic silver medalist Sasha Cohen, two-time Olympic medalist Michelle Kwan and three-time U.S. champion Johnny Weir.

Living in Los Angeles the last six years, Lysacek feels his skating is in need of a change. The elegant programs Tarasova designs may be just what Lysacek needs at this juncture of his career.

"It's easy in skating to get into a routine, where you do the same type of programs every year," Lysacek said. "I called Tatiana because I wanted to refresh my image and do something different."

Lysacek maintains he's going to continue to work with Lori Nichol, who choreographed both his programs this past season.

"I'm keeping the same team but enhancing it with a new perspective," Lysacek said.

The Lysacek-Tarasova union has been a long time coming. The two have tried to get together the last couple seasons, but their schedules never allowed it.

Now, finally, the coupling of one of the world's most athletic skaters with a coach known for being able to get at her students' emotional core is a reality.

"I have tremendous respect for her, the skaters she's worked with and the programs she's invented," Lysacek said. "Hopefully, I can bring my best to the table, and I know she'll do the same."

Tarasova choreographed Weir's short programs for three straight seasons (2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06), including his fondly remembered "Swan" program, as well his free skates in the latter two seasons.

Lysacek's consulting Tarasova may be a sign that he's trying to tap into his more lyrical side.

"[Tarasova's] unique gift is coming up with great ideas for people, to package them properly as athletes and promote them properly as a skater and an artist," Lysacek said. "It's something I wasn't necessarily ready for the last couple years, but I feel like I'm ready to take on that challenge."

Lysacek doesn't fancy himself much of a classical music buff (When Nichol came to him with Carmen in 2005, he had never heard it before), so he is going to Moscow with a completely clean slate.

"I'm just going to leave it in her hands and let her use me as a marionette doll."

Sursa: http://web.icenetwork.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20080615&content_id=48711&vkey=ice_news
Asta da veste..cate schimbari de antrenori in ultima vreme

Cristinush
16th June 2008, 19:03
Wow..Evan cu Tarasova..?! now..that`s interesting :) :P

Iulya
23rd October 2008, 22:32
Evan Lysacek expands his horizons
Brings fresh approach -- and Tarasova choreography -- to Skate America

(10/22/2008) - Evan Lysacek is taking a step forward by giving back.

The two-time U.S. champion, who makes his season debut at Skate America, has been working on more than his triple Axels and quad toe loops.

"Charity work is something I'm very passionate about," the 23-year-old skater said.

In addition to hosting and producing his own show, An Evening of Hope in suburban Chicago last month, he's lending his name and services to other causes he believes in. It's all part of a plan to take advantage of his time in the spotlight to help others.

Expanding his horizon, he believes, will also help him on the ice, especially as he tackles Tatiana Tarasova's choreography in two new competitive routines -- a short program set to Ravel's "Bolero" and a free skate to Gershwin's "Rhapsody in Blue."

"I love being a skater, and I feel very lucky," the two-time world bronze medalist said. "Being injured last season and having to miss worlds has made me appreciate it more. I have to make the most of this time."

In March, just six days before he was scheduled to leave for the 2008 ISU World Figure Skating Championships in Gothenburg, Sweden, a broken skate blade led to a nasty fall on a triple Axel in practice. The resulting dislocated left shoulder canceled his trip, but the accident left him with a resolve to try new things.

Principal among them: traveling to Moscow to work with Tarasova, who gave him both a new on-ice look and outlook.


"Tatiana reinvented my skating and reinvented my style," Lysacek told icenetwork.com this summer. "She did exactly what I asked her to do."

ICE: You'll debut two new programs at Skate America. How are they going?
LYSACEK: Training is going great. I feel lucky and blessed to step on the ice every day and do something I love. I'm more excited for this season than I've been in a long time. I'm skating because I love this sport! The offseason was very productive. Working with Tatiana Tarasova this season is going really well. She and I are proud of the programs that we worked very hard on. They're both very different for me. I hope people can appreciate the changes I've made.

ICE: You've also been very busy off ice, planning your own show in memory of your friend Stephanie Joseph, who died of cancer at age 21.
LYSACEK: My charity show in September was a huge success. We had more than 1,500 people at the show. Charity work is something that I'm very passionate about, and to be able to help the Make-a-Wish Foundation, an organization I have worked with for six years and believe in a tremendous amount, and the Stephanie Joseph Memorial Fund as much as we did gives me chills. Of course, I had tons of help and support from some incredible skaters and very generous sponsors.

ICE: What else have you been doing in the offseason?
LYSACEK: I have also joined Friends of Ronald McDonald House Charities. This is a group of celebrities raising awareness for RMHC. It is a huge honor to work with this organization. One big event that's coming up is World Children's Day on Nov. 20. Everyone can participate by visiting their local McDonald's and donating one dollar for the helping hand program, or by visiting www.rmhc.org to support RMHC and/or World Children's Day.

I am also still working with, and on the board of, an amazing charity organization that is tied into skating, Figure Skating in Harlem. I have gotten to know most of the girls in the program over the last three years, and I am blown away by what outstanding people they all are. They all maintain a B average or higher in school. They're learning a very difficult sport, figure skating, as individuals and as a [synchro] team. So many of them have huge goals in life, and I know they will achieve them with the strong values that they are taught through FSIH. We have a huge gala event at the Wollman Rink in Central Park in the spring, and the last event was the biggest ever in attendance and profits.

ICE: The Olympics are just 18 months away, and two top male skaters -- reigning world champion Jeffrey Buttle and two-time world champion Stéphane Lambiel -- have just retired. What do you make of it?
LYSACEK: I am good friends with both Jeff and Stéphane, and I think they are both very happy with their decisions. As a friend, all I want for them is to be happy. They have both left a very impressive legacy in skating. They are two of my favorite skaters to watch, and I will continue to admire and respect them.

whisper
24th October 2008, 00:14
ICE: The Olympics are just 18 months away, and two top male skaters -- reigning world champion Jeffrey Buttle and two-time world champion Stéphane Lambiel -- have just retired. What do you make of it?
LYSACEK: I am good friends with both Jeff and Stéphane, and I think they are both very happy with their decisions. As a friend, all I want for them is to be happy. They have both left a very impressive legacy in skating. They are two of my favorite skaters to watch, and I will continue to admire and respect them.

Frumoasa declaratie :)

Multam Iulya! :)

Iulya
26th October 2008, 13:50
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Iulya
21st February 2009, 15:11
Skater Lysacek: ‘Michelle Kwan is a total Yoda’
Olympic hopeful Evan Lysacek on fashion, heroes, and the future of skating

U.S. National Champion figure skater and Vancouver 2010 candidate Evan Lysacek will not be caught dead in a sequined skating getup from Russia — but he will wear Dior and bring his quad to competition. Here, the stylish 24-year old athlete from Illinois answers reader questions about fashion, his heroes, and the famed quadruple jump.

Q: Do you think a skater has to have an unusual inner talent for skating to get where you are, or can it be learned? Good luck in 2010! -Carol Helfrick, Grand Rapids, Mich.

A: When I first started skating I had no talent at all. I had no feel for the ice. It takes your body a while to adjust. I wasn’t like a natural, which you hear a lot of skaters say. It was something that I learned.
More important than talent or anything is your heart. You're either born with the heart of an athlete or not, because in sports you go through so much adversity. You want to quit. In any sport — in soccer or baseball — you have a bad day and you want to quit. But the most important thing is to be persistent.

Q: I am a huge fan of figure skating — have been for years. I was able to catch you on the TODAY show – it was a great performance, by the way. I was wondering if you get dizzy from the spin turns that you do? -Suzie, Wichita, Kan.

A: A lot of the spins and turns happen so quickly — it's like when you go upside down on a roller coaster and it happens so fast that you don’t have that second of thinking, 'I'm upside-down.'

The jumps happen in like a quarter of a second; a quad is a split-second jump. And in the spins you spin so fast that everything is just a blur; you don't see anything go by.

The stuff that I get dizzy on is the simpler turns when you're turning slower, and you actually do seeing things going around. But I have to admit we all say when we skate at Rockefeller we get a little dizzy because there is so much going on around you when you look up! [TODAYshow.com: Sorry, Evan!]

Q: Are you planning to do the quad in both your short and long programs at Worlds [March 22-29 in L.A.]? -Emily, Perrysburg, Ohio

A: Yes, I'm planning to do it in my long at Worlds. It’s a really challenging jump and it's just really dangerous. When you get nervous or tense a little bit you tend to hold back a and not go for it all the way, but if you don’t go through with the jump all the way you end up at an off angle or under-rotation. That’s when you fall really hard and get injured really easily. But yes, it's definitely in for Worlds.

Q: Do you think having the quad is the only way to win the gold medal? -Ann Pettey, Bolingbrook, Ill.

A: The quad is the future of our sport. Our judging system has become so technically driven that we have to now focus on the technique and push the envelope.

We've lost our six-point scale of judging. The "6.0" was such a huge brand for our sport and we lost that brand when we lost that system. One brand we have now is the quad; it's the only thing that’s recognizable to anyone, whether they know skating or not.

If you're not moving forward and trying to push yourself beyond your own limit, then you're holding everyone else back. I don’t think it would be as satisfying if I skate great without it. We're trying to take the sport to a whole new level.

Q: How do you balance and find time for skating and other off-ice interests and friends? -Kim, State College, Pa.

A: It's difficult to balance it, actually. I'm still experimenting and learning and growing.

Q: Who's your costume designer? I like the "James Bond" look on you. -Maria Enderby, Williamsville, N.Y.

A: I've been really lucky; I've worn runway designs from Gianfranco Ferre, Christian Dior, Alexander McQueen and this year I was sort of in a panic because I was getting these costumes sent to me from Russia that were totally not my style. They were overdone as far as sequins and glitz — just tacky to me.

Q: Who's your favorite fashion designer? –Lauren, New York City

A: Hedi Slimane, the guy who designs for Yves Saint Laurent.

When I'm training I wear this one brand — it's sports gear but it has a design element. It's by Yohji Yamamoto. He has a sports line that's collaboration with Adidas called Y-3. It's awesome. I have this one lucky jacket; it's black with a white Y-3 e on it. Three is my lucky number. When I compete I do everything three times — stretch my quads three times, walk through my routine three times.

I'd love to have Yohji Yamamoto design something for me. Maybe next year!

Q: Who would you say your hero in skating is? -Alyssa Nuernberger, Medford, Wis.

A: Scott Hamilton is a hero of mine. He did so much on the ice. He was an Olympic champion from the U.S., which is amazing. He has a similar style to mine, really athletic, but he lets the focus be on skating.

When he turned professional … He wanted to be packaged as an individual personality on the ice. He was the first to wear golf gear to skate or wear a rock wig. He was so inventive and so creative but all in a very masculine way. He's an entertainer and an athlete, which is the greatest combination.

Michelle Kwan, too, because I train with her sometimes. She's been through so many experiences in skating … she was so dominant in the sport for such a long time. At Nationals she was giving me advice leading up to the competition, because she's been there. She just always says the right thing. She's a total Yoda. I love skating with her still; we have the same taste in music, too.

Q: Do you two jam out on the ice? –TODAYshow.com

A: Yeah, we do, totally.

Q: Anything else you want to add? –TODAYshow.com

A: I love the TODAY show. I watch it every day. Not the whole thing, because I have to get ready and go to the rink. It has the morning vibe.

Q: Are you a morning person? –TODAYshow.com

A: No, not at all. God, no.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/29185856/

Iulya
14th March 2009, 02:13
L.A. Times article by Helene Elliott: Evan Lysacek gets confidence boost in Toronto

Video interview by NBC Sports in L.A.: http://www.nbclosangeles.com/sports/more/Lysacek_Ready_for_Worlds_Los_Angeles.html

whisper
28th March 2009, 08:47
Lysacek wins men's title on one good foot

Stress fracture puts participation in ISU team event in doubt



By Lynn Rutherford, special to icenetwork.com
(03/27/2009) - Evan Lysacek did a perfect quad toe at the ISU Four Continents Championships last month, but he left the jump out of his repertoire last night.

As things turned out, he didn't need it. Competing in his adopted hometown, the Chicagoan hit eight clean triples -- including two triple Axels -- and won the free skate by 4.5 points, becoming the first U.S. man since Todd Eldredge in 1996 to win world gold.

After it was over, the newly crowned world champ revealed why he'd left the four-revolution jump in his skate bag: he's spent the last few weeks training with a stress fracture in his left foot.

"I knew I wasn't going to [be able to] do a quad," he said. "The doctor told me it wasn't going to happen."

Before the event, Lysacek and his coach, Frank Carroll, downplayed the injury, owning up only to a sore left foot. Afterwards, the skater admitted it has been troubling him for much of the season.

"I've sort of been dealing with it for the last five-and-a-half months, but we just found out two weeks ago that it was a stress fracture," he told reporters. "I'll have to get it in a cast at some point for four weeks."

Depending upon the timing of that cast, the injury has put Lysacek's participation in the inaugural ISU World Team Trophy, to be held in Tokyo April 16-19, in doubt. U.S. Figure Skating is scheduled to send two men, two ladies, a pair and an ice dance team to that event.

Lysacek said the injury was almost a blessing in disguise.

"It sort of limited me in practice, which was kind of good, because I tend to over train," he said, adding that shorter sessions forced him to be more concentrated and workmanlike on the ice.

One thing is for sure: he wasn't feeling any pain standing on the top of the podium.

"This whole event, I knew it was going to be special because I always loved skating in this building. It's such an electric building, and the people of L.A. have been so supportive.

"I couldn't have asked for a better crowd today. That's why I was so thrilled. I will never forget this performance for the rest of my life."
http://web.icenetwork.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20090327&content_id=63170&vkey=ice_news

Lysacek roars to world title in Los Angeles

Patrick Chan second; Brian Joubert third



By Linda Przygodski
(03/27/2009) - Evan Lysacek didn't have a quad, and it didn't matter.

In the end, it came down to who had the best night on the ice, and Thursday at the 2009 ISU World Figure Skating Championships, it was Lysacek.

"Tonight I wasn't thinking about winning," said Lysacek. "I wasn't thinking about medaling; I just wanted to skate well. To have the title hasn't really soaked in yet. My legs were a little stiff, because I was nervous, but once I hit that first jump, I took a deep breath and felt really good."

The two-time U.S. champ trailed Frenchman Brian Joubert by 1.70 points heading into the free skate, but the American's flawless program to "Rhapsody in Blue" grabbed 159.53 points, winning the free skate by some eight points. It was energetic and much more dynamic than his performances at the AT&T U.S. Championships in January, where he lost his national title and finished third.

His total overall score of 242.23 allowed him to easily win his first world title ahead of silver medalist Patrick Chan of Canada and bronze medalist Joubert.

The much ballyhooed war of words over the quad turned out to be just a sideshow for the media.

Chan, who did not have any quads in his programs, may have spent too much time worrying about the fact that Joubert did. In the end, both Chan and Joubert made mistakes, letting the title slip from their fingers.
"When I landed the first jump, I was really surprised," commented Chan, who already defended his Canadian title this winter and won the Four Continents gold medal soon afterwards. "I rushed the toe loop, but I was still happy to stay on my feet the whole program."


For the second year in a row, in a somewhat embarrassing fashion, Joubert was proved wrong. You could almost hear a chorus of "once bitten, twice shy," rise up when he planted face first onto the ice on a double Axel late in his program.

The Frenchman, who won the European title in January, managed to hold on to a podium finish but was visibly shaken.

"I felt strong at the beginning of the program," Joubert said. "After the first two jumps, I thought I'd skate clean. The error on the second triple Axel cost me my concentration and threw me off. I paid for the beginning of the season, with a lack of practice and equipment problems. But, I know I could have done better. I was ready to get the gold medal. ... Obviously, I am very disappointed."

Tomas Verner of the Czech Republic was fourth, and Samuel Contesti of Italy placed fifth.

Team USA's Brandon Mroz stepped out of his opening quad toe, popped a triple Axel and stepped out of his triple Salchow. He captured ninth place.

"I felt good," said Mroz. "Getting through the quad, I had a little step. I was pushing through expectations this year."

Jeremy Abbott's troubles continued Thursday. He turned out of his two triple Axels and, despite elegance and artistry, he took a hit on his marks. Abbott earned just 132.52 for his free skate, 204.67 overall.

That dropped the reigning U.S. champion to 11th place.

"I didn't expect myself to be in this position," Abbott explained. "I had a rough time. My program wasn't bad. I gave it my full heart."

Lysacek's win combined with Mroz's placement guarantees the U.S. three spots on the men's Olympic team at the 2010 Games in Vancouver.
http://web.icenetwork.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20090327&content_id=63154&vkey=ice_news

Iulya
1st May 2009, 00:24
Lysacek and the Lakers: Just a bunch of champions
http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/sports_blog/2009/04/lysacek-to-help-his-neighbors-the-lakers.html

emiii03
24th July 2009, 22:42
http://www.dnamodels.com/

cateva poze artistice cu Evan, la MEN :evil:

Adeline
27th July 2009, 00:22
maiculitza ce poze.....si mie care mi se parea uratzel ....pe vremuri:D

irinaidu
29th July 2009, 00:54
emi, mersi fain de poze. evan chiar e un tip bine facut, daca ar inceta sa patineze programe plictisitoare in concurs poate as deveni si fan :P
acum cred ca ma pun sa ma uit si la alte talente de pe siteul ala :P

Iulya
29th October 2009, 02:40
USA's Lysacek polishes skating program for Vancouver Games
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/olympics/vancouver/figureskating/2009-10-26-lysacek_N.htm

ioanask8r
20th November 2009, 04:45
emi, mersi fain de poze. evan chiar e un tip bine facut, daca ar inceta sa patineze programe plictisitoare in concurs poate as deveni si fan :P


Acum s-a 'bronzat' bine inante de Skate America si e pe post de pielita de pui crocanta...Era o culoare un pic mai normala la sfarsitul saptamanii, dar tot arata intr-un hal fara de hal. Si intr-adevar daca ar avea niste programe cat de cat mai interesante, poate n-as fi bagat de seama la fel de usor.

http://web.icenetwork.com/gen/photogallery/year_2009/month_11/day_13/cf7662066.html

irinaidu
20th November 2009, 05:36
oh dear god, cineva i-a scapat lotiunea de bronzat pe fata !!!

Tracoromana
20th November 2009, 11:01
Originally Posted by irinaidu
evan chiar e un tip bine facut, daca ar inceta sa patineze programe plictisitoare in concurs poate as deveni si fan

Plictisitoare sau nu, din punct de vedere al muncii facute, se vede ca si Evan ca si Oda si ca si Johnny au muncit in perioada de pregatire, programele sunt lucrate pana la amanunt. Acuma .... cat i-o tine talentul, puterile si nervii pentru mai departe. Pana azi Evan are al doilea punctaj al sezonului.

andreeas
19th February 2010, 15:32
http://web.icenetwork.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20100219&content_id=8096386&vkey=ice_news

Tracoromana
20th February 2010, 13:08
Cand a castigat aurul olimpic Vancouver 2010 , una dintre primele persoane care l-a felicitat a fost Nastia Lukin.

http://www1.pictures.zimbio.com/pc/Evan+Lysacek+wins+gold+Men+Figure+Skating+8TERNlmR ThQs.jpg http://www1.pictures.zimbio.com/gi/Figure+Skating+Day+7+hJ_lZHXtLMSs.jpg http://www2.pictures.zimbio.com/bg/2009+ESPY+Awards+_5P15p9f5c_s.jpg

whisper
20th February 2010, 20:15
Dupa cate se pare nu o sa scapam de Evan:
http://sports.yahoo.com/olympics/vancouver/figure_skating/news;_ylt=AltcpbNfgcpjbXYFknJgryNitLV_?slug=ap-fig-lysacekcelebrates&prov=ap&type=lgns

he would love “to be there” for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

“I don’t know if I’m welcome in Russia for a little while,” he said, before adding, “I’m kidding. I’d love to be there.”

http://sports.yahoo.com/olympics/vancouver/blog/fourth_place_medal/post/Lysacek-gracious-despite-Plushenko-s-comments?urn=oly,220954

praf_de_stele
11th March 2010, 00:40
si uite asa deveni si lysacek campion olimpic. boring :sleep: cine s-a gandit vreodata la asta ? ce nedrept e sportul

Geografu
11th March 2010, 01:16
Super. Vine si la Soci. Va imaginati ce atmosfera va fi la programele lui ? :D

Dar la Torino de ce nu vine ? Da' sincer, va rog eu, ca de brasoave sunt satul...:rolleyes:

praf_de_stele
11th March 2010, 01:32
pai cine poate sti sa te lamureasca in mod sigur ? poate cineva de aici? nu cred. numai el stie

ioana11
11th March 2010, 11:42
Tot de pe forum zice cineva ca a semnat un contract ca a participa la un nou sezon "Dancing with the stars" asa ca nu e vorba nici de lasitate, nici de altceva.Adevarul e ca mi-a placut ca a zis ca nu stie daca o sa fie binevenit in Rusia, are dreptate:)
Si nu cred ca o sa participe si la Sochi, si daca o sa o faca cred ca o sa ia o pauza, o sa faca ca Plushenko, adica o sa revina in anul ala.Om traii si om vedea.

ice_girl
11th March 2010, 12:18
Sincer nici eu nu cred ca Evan Lysacek va participa si la Sochi si daca va participa sper ca nu va lua tot aurul, ar fi culmea sa devina dublu campion olimpic si sa se intample lucrul asta in Rusia pe teritoriul lui Plushenko!:(:D
Eu la Sochi sper sa ia aurul Brian sau Steph, merita si ei un aur olimpic!:):yes:

ioana11
11th March 2010, 13:04
La fel si eu!

irinaidu
11th March 2010, 14:50
mie sincer mi se pare destul de normal ca evan se retrage. e campion mondial si olimpic si dupa medalii omul vrea si bani. sincer acum, nu asta am vrea toti? atat glorie cat si bani? nu -mi place evan , dar nu e vina lui ca a devenit campion. e vina celorlalti care nu l-au intrecut si a sistemului de punctaj care avantajeaza genul lui de patinaj.

SimonaB
11th March 2010, 17:33
Daca vine la Soci e clar ca se pregateste ceva, poate chiar sa il scoata a doua oara campion olimpic. Sa nu uitam ca ultimul care a reusit asa isprava a fost pare-mi-se Dick Button, deci tot un american. Conteaza evident si forma in care va fi dupa patru ani in cazul in care face pauza pana atunci. Insa daca poate sa se prezinte decent, eu mizez pe acest scenariu.

ricochet4
11th March 2010, 17:38
Nu vine. E prea showman pentru asa ceva. O sa prezinte spectacole pe gheata. Si chiar daca ar veni, nu cred ca va mai avea nici abilitatile, nici sansa de aici. Plus ca acolo balanta notelor nu va mai fi de partea lui.

innuendo
11th March 2010, 18:02
da, bietul evan, e nevinovat. toți abuzează de el, se folosesc de numele lui ca fiind câștigătorul medaliei de aur olimpic de la Vancouver. săracul :( e o victimă :P.

cât despre Olimpiada din Rusia...americanii, canadienii să nu se gândească la vreo medalie p'acolo. Și Evan dacă vrea să fie măcel, să atingă el pământul rusesc cu prăjinile sale.

praf_de_stele
12th March 2010, 21:18
evan nici nu cred ca va mai avea multa motivatie pt o alta olimpiada. daca a luat titlul asta cum l-a luat, la sochi nu prea o sa aiba sanse. e deja prea mult si un aur. altii mai talentati nu-l au nici pe ala :(

ice_girl
12th March 2010, 21:42
altii mai talentati nu-l au nici pe ala :(
Ade-Chan mare dreptate ai cand spui ca altii mai talentati nu-l au nici pe ala,:( asa ca aviz amatorilor, stiu ei care,;) mai aveti o sansa la Sochi pe care nu aveti dreptul sa o ratati!:yes:

ioana11
12th March 2010, 22:04
Oana, si eu am aceleasi sperante ca si tine, dar nu sunt atat de optimista. Cred ca vin cei mai tineri din urma, asa ca Brian, Steph, Tomas, chiar si Plushy vor avea mai probleme.La el cred ca va avea mari probleme Evan daca se aventureaza sa participe.

ice_girl
12th March 2010, 22:18
Ioana, ce sa fac eu sunt o eterna optimista dar ai mare dreptate cand spui ca vin tare din urma cei mai tineri si va fi din ce in ce mai greu pt Brian, Steph si Tomas, Plushy; totusi eu sper ca vor va face fata concurentei si vor urca pe podium daca nu la Sochi ( unde se poate sa nu mai participe) cel putin in urmatorii 2-3 ani

praf_de_stele
12th March 2010, 23:26
si noi ziceam ca nu are cine sa vina din urma. se gasesc ei aia :)

ice_girl
12th March 2010, 23:28
si noi ziceam ca nu are cine sa vina din urma. se gasesc ei aia :)
Poate la Sochi vor accidentati:happy si le vor lasa locul celor care merita de drept si de fapt sa ia si ei o medalie, :ok:pt ca cei tineri mai pot participa si in 2018, 2022, etc.:D

praf_de_stele
12th March 2010, 23:47
corect corect :cool:

dar hai sa nu le dorim raul, ca se intoarce la noi dupa-aia :) astia ai nostri ar face bine sa castige si cu cei noi sanatosi, ca asa fac campionii, nu asteapta sa se accidenteze unii si altii

ice_girl
12th March 2010, 23:51
Da, Ade sa fie cum zici tu ai nostri sa castige si cu cei noi sanatosi :Dpt ca adevaratii campioni castiga in orice conditii!:ok::yes:

Tracoromana
28th April 2010, 20:06
Evan Lysacekand 'Dancing With the Stars'
http://social.entertainment.msn.com/tv/blogs/tv-buzz-blogpost.aspx?post=1747854&_blg=1,1747854

SimonaB
29th April 2010, 10:30
Mda, ce simpatic e Evan cand trebuie!!!!!!!:angry:

http://indianapolis.metromix.com/events/article/q-and-a-with/1911540/content

Bine i-a zis-o Johnny Weir. Bine Johnny, bravo!!!!!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCGdNmAsQ1A
/OLE/

ice_girl
29th April 2010, 12:19
Zic si eu bv Johnny,/OLE/ baiatul asta e mortal,:yeah: il ador!:P:ok:

praf_de_stele
29th April 2010, 19:32
toate ca toate, imi place si mie de el, dar ce dracu' si-a pus aia pe cap ? :( e oribilaaaaaa, e prea de tot
dar trecem peste :)

SimonaB
29th April 2010, 23:03
toate ca toate, imi place si mie de el, dar ce dracu' si-a pus aia pe cap ? :( e oribilaaaaaa, e prea de tot
dar trecem peste :)



Si uita-te si la pantofi...:happy:happy:happy:happy

praf_de_stele
29th April 2010, 23:14
i-am vazut si pe-aia :groggy: parca sunt ai tigancii de peste drum
dar totusi, coronita aia eeeee ...iesita din comun. s-o crede imparat, ca vine numai cu de-alea pe cap :cry:

ice_girl
30th April 2010, 01:44
Sa nu va mai luati de Johnny ca ma suparati:angry:, oricum ar fi el ramane un scump si un dragut:yes:, e el mai original si excentric mai ales la imbracaminte :Pdar ramane un patinator cu stil si personalitate, care are talent dar si carisma, o pata de culoare in patinajul artistic masculin, plin de originalitate si naturalete.:):ok:

innuendo
30th April 2010, 03:02
Nu, serios Oana, cu riscul sa te superi iti zic, dar din cauza unora ca Johnny Weir apar prejudecati gresite legate de patinaj, cum ca patinatorii sunt gay s.a.m.d. .
Prea se da in spectacol, exagereaza. Nu stiu, pe mine ma scarbeste. Nici nu pot sa ma uit la el, ma lasa rece tipul/a. :no:

SimonaB
30th April 2010, 10:30
Johnny exagereaza uneori, e adevarat, e un personaj excentric. Dar mi se pare peste poate felul in care a fost terfelit de presa din America si Canada doar pentru ca este rusofil si il place pe Plushenko (cred ca in America asta face parte deja din pacatele capitale). Cu toate astea a aratat ca si asa gay e mai barbat decat toti cei care il ataca si le-a zis-o de la obraz. A avut curajul sa spuna ca interesele politice si materiale au inceput sa domine in patinaj si pentru asta eu il respect oricum ar fi el.

SimonaB
30th April 2010, 10:59
Ia uitati aici sondaj:
http://web.icenetwork.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20100429&content_id=9669036&vkey=ice_pressrelease

Jocul e putin tampit fiindca echipele nu sunt formate din patinatori de la aceeasi proba, chiar nu inteleg cum vine asta, le puteti consulta aici:
http://www.bracketmaker.com/tmenu.cfm?tid=361758

Deci bagati voturi si dati mai departe ca eu una nu am chef sa iasa Lysacek cel mai mare patinator al tuturor timpurilor!!!!!!! Se poate vota din 3 mai.

ice_girl
30th April 2010, 13:32
Andi, imi pare rau sa aud ca Johnny te scarbeste, m-a intristat sa aud lucru asta dar e parerea ta si ti-o respect.
Mai mult decat Johnny Weir patinatorul eu il respect si il admir pe Johnny Weir omul, care a avut curajul sa recunoasca ca e gay, nu s-a ascuns in spatele unei masti sau a unei false imagini dar a asa cum a zis si Simona il respect si pt faptul ca a avut curajul sa spuna ca in ultimul timp patinajul a devenit dominat de interese materiale si de alta natura. Iar faptul ca a invatat limba rusa si o mai si vorbeste nu a facut decat sa-mi creasca admiratia pt Johnny, care sper din tot sufletul sa nu se retraga din patinaj si sa participe si in anii urmatori la competitii.
Simona eu sigur voi vota in sondajul pe care l-ai postat.

ioana11
30th April 2010, 15:03
Nu vreau sa fiu off-topic dar nu ma pot abtine. Cred ca anumite cuvinte nu isi au rostul. Pe mine nu ma scarbeste niciun patinator, ma scarbesc alte lucruri dar mai rar persoane. Nici nu urasc pe nimeni si niciunul nu mi se pare handicapat si asa mai departe. Am doar preferati, iar ceilalti poate ca ma enerveaza uneori fiindca traiesc intens competitia dar nimic mai mult.Le apreciez munca si imi dau seama ca e nevoie de mult efort si foarte multe sacrificii pentru a putea reusi. Johnny are acel ceva care ma atrage, si ma refer doar la modul lui de a patina.Are sarituri frumoase, inalte dar si abilitati artistice.Nu ma intereseaza nici ce face sub patura si nici cu cine face. Mi-a placut ce a spus, si adevarul este ca Evan incepe sa devina enervant. Din cauza imaginii lui, Johnny nu a fost atat de ajutat de arbitrii pentru ca daca ar fi sa calculam la rece, el are programe mai bune decat Lysacek si Chan.Si macar le-a zis verde in fata ce are de zis nu a dat declaratii prin intermediul agentilor.
Intr-adevar are un stil vestimentar mai ciudat,si bentita aia era chiar groaznica, dar sa sti Alex ca giboni care sa zica ca patinajul e un sport gay se gasesc mereu, nu e nevoie sa apara Johnny ca sa se trezeasca ei vorbind.

ice_girl
30th April 2010, 15:31
Nu vreau sa fiu off-topic dar nu ma pot abtine. Cred ca anumite cuvinte nu isi au rostul. Pe mine nu ma scarbeste niciun patinator, ma scarbesc alte lucruri dar mai rar persoane. Nici nu urasc pe nimeni si niciunul nu mi se pare handicapat si asa mai departe. Am doar preferati, iar ceilalti poate ca ma enerveaza uneori fiindca traiesc intens competitia dar nimic mai mult.Le apreciez munca si imi dau seama ca e nevoie de mult efort si foarte multe sacrificii pentru a putea reusi. Johnny are acel ceva care ma atrage, si ma refer doar la modul lui de a patina.Are sarituri frumoase, inalte dar si abilitati artistice.Nu ma intereseaza nici ce face sub patura si nici cu cine face. Mi-a placut ce a spus, si adevarul este ca Evan incepe sa devina enervant. Din cauza imaginii lui, Johnny nu a fost atat de ajutat de arbitrii pentru ca daca ar fi sa calculam la rece, el are programe mai bune decat Lysacek si Chan.Si macar le-a zis verde in fata ce are de zis nu a dat declaratii prin intermediul agentilor.
Intr-adevar are un stil vestimentar mai ciudat,si bentita aia era chiar groaznica, dar sa sti Alex ca giboni care sa zica ca patinajul e un sport gay se gasesc mereu, nu e nevoie sa apara Johnny ca sa se trezeasca ei vorbind.

Ioana, 100% agree cu tot ce ai spus:ok:, e mare pacat ca de multe ori Johnny a fost judecat pt ceea ce este in loc sa fie apreciat ca patinator, este treaba lui ce face off-ice :yes:atata timp cat are programe bune care merita apreciate si punctate ca atare.

Tracoromana
30th April 2010, 20:11
Cu scuzele de rigoare, cred ca moderatorii ar trebui sa mute discutia pe topicul lui Johnny.

@Adelina, ce zici?

ice_girl
30th April 2010, 21:36
Sorry,acum mi-am dat seama ca e threadul lui Evan si am discutat mai mult despre Johnny. Scuze dar nu se va mai repeta!

SimonaB
30th April 2010, 22:27
Sorry, cred ca eu am atatat discutia, dar l-am pomenit totusi si pe Evan asa ca nu am fost chiar off topic..:D

ioana11
30th April 2010, 23:55
Flavia, ca sa nu te superi pe noi o sa pun niste poze.

http://blogs.villagegreen.com/minneapolis/files/2010/03/evan-lysacek-.jpg

http://www.ifsmagazine.com/archive/2007/JUNE/1.jpg

http://www.yogadork.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/sasha-cohen-evan-lysacek-233x300.jpg

http://toomuchnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/1266485413.jpg

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/30/Jeffrey_Buttle_and_Evan_Lysacek_2008_4CC_EX_throw_ jump.jpg

http://cdn.famegame.com/share/upload/image/media/2763367TimothyGoebel_BenAgosto_TanithBelbin_EvanLy sacek.jpg/Evan_Lysacek,Timothy_Goebel,Ben_Agosto,Tanith_Belb in.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2005personal/2005personal006.jpg

http://cdn.buzznet.com/media-cdn/jj1/headlines/2010/03/evan-lysacek-lopez-tonight.jpg


un articol mai vechi
http://www.ifsmagazine.com/archive/2007/JUNE/INDEX.PHP

site oficial
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/

ice_girl
1st May 2010, 00:16
Ioana ne-ai salvat pe toate trei ( including yourself).:P:D

irinaidu
1st May 2010, 00:25
Nu, serios Oana, cu riscul sa te superi iti zic, dar din cauza unora ca Johnny Weir apar prejudecati gresite legate de patinaj, cum ca patinatorii sunt gay s.a.m.d. .
Prea se da in spectacol, exagereaza. Nu stiu, pe mine ma scarbeste. Nici nu pot sa ma uit la el, ma lasa rece tipul/a. :no:

ma scuzati ca o sa fiu tot off - topic dar nu ma pot abtine.

andi, nu e nici o prejudecata. unii patinatori chiar sunt gay, unii ingineri sunt gay, unii cantareti sunt gay , unii chimisti sunt gay si asa mai departe. sper sincer ca modul tau de a vedea lucrurile sa se schimbe pe masura ce mai cresti. nu johnny weir e de vina ca oamenii au prejudecati, ci cei care simt nevoia sa judece au o problema.

iar coronita lui johnny e ingrozitoare. imi aminteste de cher. cher e una din cataretele mele preferate to this day si una din persoanle cele mai excentrice cand vine vorba de haine. si dupa ce te uiti o vreme si te ingrozesti de stilul vestimentar la un moment dat incepe sa-ti placa. cel putin mie. adica eu una daca as avea abdomenul lui cher chiar mi-as trage toala asta http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/alltherage/images/2007/12/20/cher_350x435.jpg

si ca sa nu fiu chiar off topic. " best of the best ", seriously evan, seriously???? :happy:happy:happy see, i did mention evan. a cookie for me !!!! :drak:

iris_for_daria
1st May 2010, 01:28
ma scuzati ca o sa fiu tot off - topic dar nu ma pot abtine.

si ca sa nu fiu chiar off topic. " best of the best ", seriously evan, seriously???? :happy:happy:happy see, i did mention evan. a cookie for me !!!! :drak:

Irina, so you ! :yes:

Si ca sa nu fiu si eu off de tot, eu n-am inteles o iota din jocul ala cu cel mai bun din toate timpurile, chiar nu inteleg cum sunt formate echipele si cum votezi. Dar din ce spuneati exista sanse sa iasa Evan ? :headbang:

Tracoromana
1st May 2010, 01:53
Super pozele! Si foarte potrivite cu topicul. :D

andreeas
1st May 2010, 11:53
foarte frumoase pozele.:)
multumesc de poze.

ioana11
1st May 2010, 14:35
Ok, o sa mai pun. Uneori imi place si mie cum arata, mai ales cand are freza oitrivita si nu e mult prea bronzat. Plus ca vreau sa mai calmez spiritele pe aici.

aici era ma tanar

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-snc1/v2067/146/102/40514926946/n40514926946_1460095_9187.jpg

si altele

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-snc1/v2067/146/102/40514926946/n40514926946_1460099_9924.jpg

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-snc1/v2067/146/102/40514926946/n40514926946_1460109_1929.jpg

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-snc1/v2067/146/102/40514926946/n40514926946_1460118_3910.jpg

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-sjc1/hs091.snc3/15835_191571763690_661358690_3229108_5436120_n.jpg

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-sjc1/hs446.snc3/25581_379327736946_40514926946_3956591_6447727_n.j pg

http://img2.timeinc.net/ew/dynamic/imgs/100224/evan-lysacek_240.jpg

http://www.cbsnews.com/i/tim//2010/03/24/01_-_Evan_Lysacek.jpg

http://29.media.tumblr.com/oAHKGjfZPq8xrh7cdctYZuWeo1_400.jpg

Tracoromana
1st May 2010, 15:40
Frumoase poze. :)
Pana la urma datorita lui Johnny o sa deveniti fani Evan. :P

praf_de_stele
2nd May 2010, 15:14
in unele poze ii sta foarte bine...dar in cele mai multe e oribil :D

freza e de vina, nu stie sa se puna-n valoare. el e un baiat dragut, pacat de el :P

SimonaB
3rd May 2010, 10:21
Ce dragut era in prima poza! De ce naiba se parleste asa de tare si isi face freza aia ciudata????? Maica-mea cand l-a vazut a zis "uite, saracul, altul caruia i-a decedat frizerul"!!!!

Tracoromana
22nd May 2010, 02:57
Po****ritatea lui Evan in America e din ce in ce maia mare, cu concursul Dancing With The Stars:

Jive (?):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fe4jDdtLrg&feature=related
Viennese Waltz:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcoNiqK9NNs&feature=related
Quick-step:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KY9HFuQ-OoQ&feature=related

ice_girl
22nd May 2010, 17:31
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/70786792.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhh7wJLyVHRyomeATq2yOs6BqmdMwQ

SimonaB
22nd May 2010, 23:41
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/70786792.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhh7wJLyVHRyomeATq2yOs6BqmdMwQ

Succes!!!!:P

ice_girl
28th May 2010, 23:33
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/70912316.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhgbcM07qTMS7L5g3Hiz2ut7TAaEoQ
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/70931087.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhhR_A6y7DqTogq9bP96GiKJNmO_3Q

SimonaB
4th June 2010, 11:51
LA MULTI ANI!!!!!!!
/OLE/:cheer:

Evan isi sarbatoreste ziua in Coreea!

http://i48.tinypic.com/x25w9f.jpg
http://i48.tinypic.com/102jj4p.jpg

Tracoromana
4th June 2010, 15:08
Multumim Simona pentru poze.
Cred ca Evan e multumit de anul care a trecut: castigastor al GPF, medalie de aur la Olimpiada si locul 2 la Dancing with the Stars. La multi ani!!!!

p.s. Ce mica e Joannie fata de Mao, as fi zis ca e invers.

iris_for_daria
5th June 2010, 00:36
p.s. Ce mica e Joannie fata de Mao, as fi zis ca e invers.

La fel imi imaginam si eu...dar in poza asta mai e o chestie. Joannie e cu baleri, iar Mao e pe tocuri din cate imi dau eu seama....insa oricum se pare ca tot e invers de cum credeam noi..:P

ice_girl
7th June 2010, 23:08
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ice_girl
20th August 2010, 19:52
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/72467905.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhjvhmTFuNHxcv8AGGLyYCUhV8qlTA

ice_girl
4th September 2010, 12:22
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/72804495.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhj_tUAekfgbL-ff6lRL0o6TbP7OyQ
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/72821778.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhjfPJaOOFJXY1YspxManb1qHwh3uA

Bye-bye Evan:cya:;)!

ice_girl
22nd September 2010, 20:53
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/73175608.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhgmA5PusenrgCjJCRJfGeVelmuDNA

ice_girl
25th September 2010, 00:00
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ice_girl
28th September 2010, 21:46
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/73290562.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhipB6Q31gDsBNrR0pOMr2YUA8MjJw

ice_girl
16th October 2010, 21:39
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/73630779.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&twu=1&usg=ALkJrhg96teM8X5O3YUr1NjGZTOBzHH33g
:happy:happy eu nu cred ca lucrul asta se va intampla prea curand http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/73631772.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&twu=1&usg=ALkJrhgV_DqlXId3wp7Nt58VgJs2c4U4Uw

ice_girl
11th November 2010, 17:21
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ice_girl
18th November 2010, 17:28
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ice_girl
22nd November 2010, 23:33
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ice_girl
5th January 2011, 12:02
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/75212458.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhisv77igDMSSK-kdb7Wu0YVxp1y1A

ioana11
6th January 2011, 09:21
poze :P

http://www.accesshollywood.com/content/images/115/originals/115882_evan-lysacek-at-dancing-rehearsal-its-harder-than-i-thought.jpg

http://freewomensblogs.com/images/celebrity/evan-lysacek-dancing-with-the-stars-10-photos.jpg

http://static.thehollywoodgossip.com/images/gallery/evan-lysacek-rules_502x340.jpg

http://bumpshack.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/Evan-Lysacek-Foxtrot-Dancing-With-The-Stars-PHOTOS.bmp

http://www.shoppingblog.com/pics/dwts_evan_lysacek_kate_gosselin.jpg

http://3391.voxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/Evan-Lysacek-01-2010-05-17.jpg

http://img.poptower.com/pic-18303/evan-lysacek.jpg?d=1024

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3254/3137611994_36b3a5a409.jpg

SimonaB
7th January 2011, 12:14
Ah! Mie mi-au placut Evan si partenera lui la DWTS, i-am urmarit pe youtube, mi-a parut rau ca nu au castigat!:(

ioana11
9th January 2011, 23:35
Si mie mi-au placut, dar i-am preferat pe Derek si Nicole. El(Derek, castigatorul) e chiar un foarte bun dansator, nu mai spun ca arata bine. Si Nicole e superba si se misca super bine. Insa oarecum ma gandeam uneori ca s-ar fi potrivit bine cu Evan (desi asa ceva nu se prea putea), ambii bruneti, cu un look latino, corpuri tonifiate...

ice_girl
5th February 2011, 02:18
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ioana11
5th February 2011, 22:37
Dar s-a retras definitiv? A luat doar o pauza? daca da, cand se intoarce in competitii?
Vad ca este destul de pu****r in Sua, din cate stiu a fost si in juriu la Miss America, concursul de dans, aparitiile televizate, mai are putin si se apuca si de actorie( ca de cantat il eclipseaza Sandhu).

ice_girl
12th February 2011, 19:05
:)):)) http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/77682519.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhj7HpzxCz9R8o6qzAt0ZOZttTks-g

florik2000
12th February 2011, 19:56
Ce declaratie penibila! Tipica pentru el:))

Tracoromana
12th February 2011, 21:11
Ce declaratie penibila! Tipica pentru el:))
Poate ca ceea ce declara el acolo e adevarat. Pentru ca Evan executa foarte bine quadrupla in competitii, dupa cum sa vede mai jos, si inca in combinatie cu tripla.
kNJf6XjHX34

florik2000
13th February 2011, 16:28
Sa o executi sporadic e una, sa fie o constanta a programelor e alta. Dar eu ma refeream mai ales la partea a doua a declaratie, care il includea si pe Amodiu. Nu vad de ce trebuie sa se justifice el, folosindu-se de exemplul altcuiva, care a castigat pe buna dreptate ceea ce a castigat.

ioana11
17th February 2011, 17:25
Mie nu mi se pare ca zis ceva rau. Adica a spus doar ca se poate castiga si fara cvadrupla, si l-a dat exemplu pe Amodio. La fel a facut si cu Buttle si cu Chan in urma cu ceva timp. Nu a zis ca nu ar fi meritat sa castige sau ceva de genul.

SimonaB
17th February 2011, 17:55
Mie nu mi se pare ca zis ceva rau. Adica a spus doar ca se poate castiga si fara cvadrupla, si l-a dat exemplu pe Amodio. La fel a facut si cu Buttle si cu Chan in urma cu ceva timp. Nu a zis ca nu ar fi meritat sa castige sau ceva de genul.

Nu, Lysacek l-a atacat teribil pe Buttle cand a castigat fara cvadrupla, el si cu Joubert au fost in avantgarda criticilor.

andreeas
17th February 2011, 18:11
Nu, Lysacek l-a atacat teribil pe Buttle cand a castigat fara cvadrupla, el si cu Joubert au fost in avantgarda criticilor.

Jeffrey Butle a executat 4T in programul liber.

SimonaB
17th February 2011, 18:29
Jeffrey Butle a executat 4T in programul liber.

Nu, nici vorba,nici la scurt nici la liber, scandalul a fost foarte mare atunci pe tema asta. De atunci au canadienii pica pe Joubert.

ioana11
18th February 2011, 00:36
De Brian stiam ca a fost nemultumit, si nu numai din cauza cvadruplei dar fiindca programul a fost mai dificil per total, si sariturile mai bine executate. Insa nu stiam de Evan, mai ales ca din cate imi mintesc nici in 2009 cand a castigat mondialele nu a prezentat cvarupla, acum poate ma insel...dar daca e asa cum zici Simona, atunci eee se intoarce roata.

ice_girl
18th February 2011, 12:58
Nu, nici vorba,nici la scurt nici la liber, scandalul a fost foarte mare atunci pe tema asta. De atunci au canadienii pica pe Joubert.
Si cred ca sentimentul e reciproc:)):evil::D


Insa nu stiam de Evan, mai ales ca din cate imi mintesc nici in 2009 cand a castigat mondialele nu a prezentat cvarupla, acum poate ma insel...dar daca e asa cum zici Simona, atunci eee se intoarce roata.
Pt mine nu se intoarce roata, Evan va ramane patinatorul cu programe tocilare care a devenit campion mondial si olimpic fara cvadrupla si mai raman la parerea ca la JO a castigat pe nemerit medalia de aur ( dar asta e pur parerea mea personala )
Oricum dupa aproape un an de la JO nu cred ca mai avea rost sa spuna de ce nu executat si cvadrupla, mai bine lasa lucrurile asa cum erau, fara scuze si explicatii tardive.

SimonaB
18th February 2011, 13:40
Si cred ca sentimentul e reciproc:)):evil::D


Pt mine nu se intoarce roata, Evan va ramane patinatorul cu programe tocilare care a devenit campion mondial si olimpic fara cvadrupla si mai raman la parerea ca la JO a castigat pe nemerit medalia de aur ( dar asta e pur parerea mea personala )
Oricum dupa aproape un an de la JO nu cred ca mai avea rost sa spuna de ce nu executat si cvadrupla, mai bine lasa lucrurile asa cum erau, fara scuze si explicatii tardive.

Il postez si pe Evan cu medalia lui olimpica :no1:

http://i55.tinypic.com/2lmnel2.jpg

ice_girl
22nd February 2011, 14:18
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/79683357.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhgt44vOP8nYXpsoM8GKkP754gJdGA ( aici si eu ii dau dreptate lui Evan:D;) )

ice_girl
16th March 2011, 00:20
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&ie=UTF-8&sl=ru&tl=en&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/84427113.html&prev=_t&rurl=translate.google.com&usg=ALkJrhit2NxoVYbArvq9aJh1ZmR0yG3DUw

ice_girl
21st August 2011, 00:26
Evan exersand cvadrupla:
http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.whosay.com%2Fevanlysacek% 2Fvideos%2F57524&h=LAQCa9dikAQBKZksLUpqkny397sYTK7tW7RUqdFMJeS0BZg

ice_girl
23rd August 2011, 20:20
Evan exersand combinatia 4-3 ( va ca isi pregateste f serios revenirea, ma bucur sa-l vad exersand cvadrupla:ok:)
http://www.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.whosay.com%2Fevanlysacek% 2Fvideos%2F58262&h=aAQCaG6i9AQAHV_lev0XFSb-ZcAtN0NEyZsJm6Pp-iyhQ6w

Cromatic
23rd August 2011, 22:02
Oana, confunzi probabil cu saritura pe care am postat-o eu in threadul Grand Prix si care este un cvadruplu toe-loop.

In videoul de pe facebook, Evan exerseaza secventa 3A/half loop/3T.

Tracoromana
23rd August 2011, 23:56
Oana, confunzi probabil cu saritura pe care am postat-o eu in threadul Grand Prix si care este un cvadruplu toe-loop.

In videoul de pe facebook, Evan exerseaza secventa 3A/half loop/3T.

Sunt 2 filmulete diferite acolo, unul dintre ele e exersarea 4T.
Evan a avut saritura 4T prin 2008, sper sa si-o recupereze.

Tracoromana
24th August 2011, 00:20
Chiar mi-au placut programele lui Evan din sezonul 2007-2008, si ambele au quadrupla.

SP
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erFtHBGMdKQ

LP (Tosca - nu se compara cu a lui Yagudin, dar nu-i rea)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8c19g7uVgSc

Cromatic
24th August 2011, 15:03
Traco, nu te supara, dar nu cred ca se poate face vreo comparatie intre Yagudin si Lysacek care sa-l favorizeze pe Lysacek, de la skill-uri si pana la muzicalitate. A, ba da, se poate face una: munca. Yagudin credea ca e suficient sa se antreneze doua saptamani inaintea unui concurs ca sa-l castige si, dupa cum stii, nu intotdeauna i-a mers.;) Exagerez, dar nu foarte mult.

Revenind la Evan, chiar daca a avut un an de pauza competitionala, parca am mai multa incredere in el sa obtina un rezultat bun decat in Abbott, Rippon sau oricare alt baiat american.

Sa nu uit, a doua saritura din noua lui secventa de sarituri este un 3F, nu un 3T, scuze.

Tracoromana
24th August 2011, 23:57
Traco, nu te supara, dar nu cred ca se poate face vreo comparatie intre Yagudin si Lysacek care sa-l favorizeze pe Lysacek, de la skill-uri si pana la muzicalitate. A, ba da, se poate face una: munca. Yagudin credea ca e suficient sa se antreneze doua saptamani inaintea unui concurs ca sa-l castige si, dupa cum stii, nu intotdeauna i-a mers.;) Exagerez, dar nu foarte mult.

Pai chiar asa m-am exprimat:Tosca - nu se compara cu a lui Yagudin, dar nu-i rea.

Cromatic
25th August 2011, 15:02
Pai chiar asa m-am exprimat.

Stiu, stiu, dar nu-i rau s-o mai spunem o data.:D

Am inteles ca unul dintre programele de concurs ale lui Lysacek va fi Tango de Roxanne, corect?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=abMjfkEHIsg

Daisuke a patinat pe aceeasi muzica in 2007. Voronov a facut si el Tango de Roxanne la SP in '09 sau '10, dar:no:.

ice_girl
4th October 2011, 13:26
http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?hl=ro&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=ru&tl=en&twu=1&u=http://www.sports.ru/others/figure-skating/124683407.html&usg=ALkJrhi9AIKvoNxsT5MUGmoawfhQnoZuXA

Cromatic
15th January 2013, 00:16
Unii se amuza pe forumuri pe seama lui Lysacek care de vreun an si jumatate tot spune ca se intoarce in competitii, dar nu-l vede nimeni. Promo-ul NBC pentru Nationalele SUA 2013 nu-l include si pe Evan, de unde s-a tras concluzia ca nu va participa. Eu am avut indoielile mele ca va reusi sa revina cand am auzit ca sufera de afectiunea care a pus capat carierei competitive a lui Alexei Urmanov. Pana una alta, Evan s-a dus la Premiile Golden Globe.

http://i48.tinypic.com/8xj1o9.jpg

Evan e foarte bun prieten cu celebra creatoare de moda Vera Wang care i-a facut costumele pentru sezonul olimpic 2010 si probabil ca Wang i-a deschis multe usi fiindca l-am vazut pe Evan pe covorul rosu la diverse ceremonii pretentioase.

http://www.whosay.com/evanlysacek/photos/274461

ice_girl
27th February 2013, 11:51
Zn-qErnY87Q&feature

Tracoromana
27th February 2013, 21:33
Zn-qErnY87Q&feature
Cei 2 campioni olimpici Scott Hamilton (1.60 m) si Evan Lysacek (1.88m) cand stau alaturi diferenta de inaltime de aproape 30 cm pare si mai mare (min. 0.45); cred ca Evan era pe patine.
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ice_girl
22nd August 2013, 19:40
Se pare ca are planuri mari :D http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/olympics/2013/08/21/figure-skating-evan-lysacek-sochi/2683057/

Tracoromana
2nd October 2013, 00:35
http://web.icenetwork.com/assets/images/7/9/8/56052798/cuts/evan_lysacek_2g1f4u2e_edx25e6h.jpg

ice_girl
10th December 2013, 23:15
Evan s-a retras definitiv din lupta pt Sochi: http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/olympics/2013/12/10/figure-skating-evan-lysacek-injured-sochi-games/3949909/

ice_girl
10th April 2014, 22:49
http://olympictalk.nbcsports.com/2014/04/03/evan-lysacek-figure-skating-training-olympics/