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Team USA’s performance in the Olympic pairs short program was truly unforgettable. An American nightmare at the Pacific Coliseum on Sunday left the U. in danger of failing to finish in the top eight final positions in an Olympic pairs competition for the first time since 1936. He also said the Olympics “gives me ideas about a tattoo I want to get.” Barrett and the other U. skaters had already left their mark on these Olympics, and it wasn’t pretty. “It’s an experience,” Denney said, “I’ll surely never forget.” Denney was right. Barrett, who dates Evora, even talked about celebrating Valentine’s Day.VANCOUVER, British Columbia — There was high global drama here Sunday night.And I’m not talking about namby-pamby stuff like nuclear weapons or economic sanctions.“The other pairs may overtake us.” Not if I know figure skating.Usually, the way it works is, the judges figure out in advance who is going to win based on the skaters’ reputations and the difficulty of their programs — which means they have to fall badly to lose. “Of course I support my partner.” Maybe she should lift him during the routine, instead of vice versa.

Yes, something had to give in the short program at the Pacific Coliseum.

The evening wrapped up with the Germans in the circus uniforms, Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy, who skated to the song … “Send In The Clowns.” Savchenko and Szolkowy were the 2009 world champions but couldn’t quite catch Shen and Zhao for technical reasons that are probably very, um, technical.

Anyhow, it was a highly captivating night — although, as I say, it was too bad that the two USA pairs were not a factor. You’d think the four of them would have received some credit for their own quirky history.

“Other than me missing the jump, I think we did the best we could,” she said. But the judges must think it’s a year for Chinese beauty.

I remember when I competed against Jeremy and his former partner, Shantel Jordan, at the 2004 North American Challenge Skate in Waterloo, Canada. Watch Caydee and Jeremy’s speed, aggressiveness, and strength of technical elements in this video of their long program from the 2010 U. Photos are copyrighted to the individual photographer. Header photo of Aaryn Smith and Will Chitwood from 2006 U.

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