posted by Leonel Gamelin from United States on August 28, 2015 11:52 PM
I'm so pleased to know your son, Anthony. He, and our son and daughter, Alex and Danielle Gamelin are good friend and training mates in Novi MI. Danielle has retired, but Alex has teamed up with Yura Min and will be representing South Korea beginning this season. My wife, Donna, and I have been fans of yours for years.
posted by Caroline from France on August 02, 2015 4:23 AM
I watch again this morning your wonderful performance of 1992... I was a teenager at that time (I am 38 today) and really wanted "our" French Duchesnay couple to win for the Olympics in France...
But I was so mesmerized by your dance that I forgot they had lost. And still today I remembered everything of your faces, emotions and beauty.
Thank you very much ! I hope that you are both still in good shape today : ) Caroline
posted by Stohlmeyer-Stromberg from Germany on June 07, 2015 4:26 PM
Cool cool i' m a Fan ! The Dracula Dance
posted by anna martano from Italy on January 31, 2015 10:35 AM
No one will ever be like you. You are the best ice dancers world will ever see.
posted by Christine Roth from United States on February 17, 2014 10:33 PM
The best ice dance couple of all time! Had to re-watch your 1992 performance in Albertville and the "move" and have made my husband watch it after the victory of Davis and White. Never stops amazing me and giving chills. Perfection. Thank you for your artistry and beauty on the ice. Just amazing...22 years later.
posted by Mark Smith from United States on February 16, 2014 2:03 PM
Greetings! I was watching the games this week when a discussion about skating and ice dance in particular broke out. I have been both a track athlete and dancer all my life and remember so well your performance in 1992, when I knew very little about skating but was blown away by your performance. I was lucky enough to find it on You tube and have since shown it to several people this week who were also amazed. That was such a tough year year for all the athletes from the 'Unified Team' and your performance for both strength and emotion will always be one of my greatest memories of the games. Best wishes. Mark
posted by troy d from United States on February 12, 2014 1:01 AM
Just found your '92 Olympic Performance on YouTube! It brought back terrific memories and still moves me to tears today. Although much has changed in pairs figure skating and ice dancing - your performance still stands as a pinnacle of grace and artistic expression. Thank you for sharing your wonderful gift with the world! Its a more beautiful place because of your contribution. :)
posted by Elisabeth from France on February 08, 2014 4:49 PM
After a long search on the web, I eventually find your website, and I want to tell you how wonderful the memory of your Masquerade is in my mind. Hearing that piece from Katshaturian has always been so emotional ever since. Back in the early 90's, I would never have missed one of your performances on TV. You two were the epitomy of grace and talent. Thank you so much for having shared your talent with us.
posted by Barbara from United States on January 26, 2014 12:30 PM
I remember being transfixed in front of my TV watching the incomparable ice dance by you both to A Man and a Woman. It was a LONG time ago. I wanted to show it to my husband and spent a long time searching the web because I thought it occurred in the 70s or 80s. I found the '92 video and it indeed is the routine I'd seen so long ago. BUT: unless I am totally out of my mind, I remember watching it when you wore entirely different costumes - my memory says you wore what looked like 'tattered rags' - I swear you weren't wearing the black outfits it shows in the '92 competition. Did you dance that routine in another costume at another time? Haven't found it if so. Thank you !
posted by Jon from United States on January 15, 2014 10:30 PM
I still remember the outstanding performance at Albertville. It seems like yesterday and remains in my mind as one of the best ice dancing performances ever. Thanks for a memorable performance.