Wednesday, August 4

But all Plushenko and Joubert want to do is advance the sport, make it stronger. What Inman did was a blatant attempt to bias the judges. And looking at a certain Vancouver placement, it worked. Isn't that rather immoral and wrong?

Are you referring to Joubert? He said he had off ice issues that he had to deal with, so the last thing I'm going to do is assume that Plushenko's mentioning of Joubert's name caused his total meltdown.

If you're referring to Plushenko, like I've said over and over (and this will be the last time), if there was something wrong with Plushenko's comment that inman copied, then I want examples of his transitions from the people that think it was such a biased move. For many, Plushenko was just pointing out the obvious.

Ask me a question about figure skating!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

You think there was nothing at all wrong with Inman sending out that email before the Olympics and that is amazing.

Anonymous said...

You think there was nothing at all wrong with Inman sending out that email before the Olympics and that is amazing.

Anonymous said...

Plushenko did not mention Joubert's name in media. Joubert's interview with Russia and France well demonstrates his opinions. He said that the most important jump for him is "Quad". There are news clips regarding this, if you search "Joubert" in Youtube.