Monday, May 7, 2012

The Men Who Ruled The World




Aleksandr Fadeev 1985

A look at the men who ruled the world.  How would you rank your favorite performances?





Brian Boitano 1986



Brian Orser 1987



Brian Boitano 1988



Kurt Browning 1989



Kurt Browning 1990



Kurt Browning 1991



Viktor Petrenko 1992




Kurt Browning 1993



Elvis Stojko 1994



Elvis Stojko 1995



Todd Eldredge 1996



Elvis Stojko 1997



Alexei Yagudin 1998



Alexei Yagudin 1999



Alexei Yagudin 2000



Evgeny Plushenko 2001



Alexei Yagudin 2002



Evgeny Plushenko 2003



Evgeny Plushenko 2004


Stephane Lambiel 2005



Stephane Lambiel 2006



Brian Joubert 2007



Jeff Buttle 2008



Evan Lysacek 2009



Daisuke Takahashi 2010




Patrick Chan 2011



Patrick Chan 2012

8 comments:

  1. Chan, by a mile

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  2. I pray that first comment was sarcastic.

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  3. nashvilledancerMay 7, 2012 at 9:13 PM

    In 1986, Brian B. had "the facts but not the phosphorescence", as Uncle Dick used to say. Technically brilliant but not much style. Smartest thing he ever did was to go to Sandra Bezic. I've thought several times this season that Paddy Chan is like Boitano before Bezic.

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  4. The best comment of all is by aunt joyce, kudos for leaving the most over rated least deserving olympian scott hamilton off the list.

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  5. AJ totally did that on purpose LMAO

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  6. Yeah but skipping Scott prevented him from going back further and including John Curry unfortunately.

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  7. I wish you put in Rudy Galindo 1996!
    He won the US Nationals that year, and got 3rd in the World...
    But his Swan Lake LP is one of my all-time favorites!

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