INTERVIEW WITH EVGENI IN SKATING INC. MAGAZINE
In a recurring set of interviews with Olympic Silver Medalist, Evgeni Plushenko, Ice Skating Magazine will follow the Russian Champion's quest throughout the 2002-2003 season as he attempts to regain his World title. As Evgeni tours with Champions on Ice in the off-season, we decided to take a more carefree approach to our first interview.
Who introduced you to skating?
How about other skaters? Do you have any skating heroes?
You were the 1998 European silver medalist but were not sent to the Olympics. How disappointing was that for you?
After Ilia Kulik withdrew from World's, you went to that event for the first time and won a bronze medal. Were you surprised?
This season you tried the quad lutz in competition. How has this jump gone during practices?
Do you plan to keep continue trying the quad lutz?
Do you think a five-revolution jump will ever happen?
Why did you switch your long program from Moulin Rouge to Carmen?
How would you describe your overall feelings on the 2002 Olympics?
You were in 4th place after the short program, how did you motivate yourself for the long program?
Do you think people talk about your rivalry with Alexei Yagudin too much?
How are you enjoying Champions on Ice?
What are some of your favorite stops during the Champions on Ice tour?
How do you pass the time on your days off?
What are some of your favorite stores?
Who are your friends in Champions on Ice?
Who are some of your favorite singers?
What's it like to have so many young girls with crushes on you?
What's your favorite program by you?
What is your favorite program by someone?
If you weren't skating, what profession would you like to try?
Anything else you'd like to say to your fans?
In the next issue, Evgeni will discuss next season's goals.
If you could invite anyone in history for dinner, who would it be?
Philosophy on Life:
Best advice you ever received:
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