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The German ice dancers Nelli Zhiganshina and Alexander Gazsi have long prided themselves on their unusual costumes, routines and offbeat image, in and out of competition.In the team event at the Games, Gazsi performed as a bespectacled nerd, with Zhiganshina as a high-society lass.Most of the skaters say the exercise of posing for off-ice photography is not an awkward one, but rather an extension of their performances and a chance to cultivate relationships with fans.The American sister-brother ice dancing pair Maia and Alex Shibutani, known as the Shib sibs, have a photo arsenal that includes classical poses in front of an autumnal courtyard.'' It was an incredible six minutes between the program and the support we got from the crowd.Special memories for sure.'' A month earlier, Weaver and Poje finished fifth at the figure skating world championships in Saitama, Japan.Visit the website of the Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, the defending Olympic champions, and you will find images that seem as if they should be accompanied by a Save the Date notice and a bridal registry.
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They have skated as pirates, clowns and a prince and princess.
But perhaps their most memorable on-ice role is that of zombies; they gleefully posted images of the behind-the-scenes preparations for the routine, including a posed snapshot of Gazsi chomping into the neck of Patrick Chan of Canada, the world champion singles skater.“Everyone is doing these love numbers,” Gazsi, without nerd glasses or green zombie makeup, said after a practice session in Sochi. Normally, they’re the love guys with the love stories, and we try and make something completely different.”“I think a lot of couples are afraid to look funny or stupid,” said Zhiganshina, who has not been afraid to compare photographs of her awkward on-ice facial expressions to those of the “Star Wars” character Jar Jar Binks.
At figure skating's World Team Trophy in April, Weaver and Poje took fourth spot in the free dance with a season's best 124.18 points in Fukuoka, Japan.
'' We were determined to skate with ease and confidence today,'' said Weaver, celebrating her 30th birthday.I think enjoying those things and showing ourselves as a united front in every way is really important to us.”Last summer, the Canadian ice dancers Kaitlyn Weaver and Andrew Poje had Broadway-themed photographs taken in New York in preparation for the program they are performing at the Olympics, which is inspired by the musical “42nd Street.” The two, who describe themselves as best friends, said it helped them get in the mood for the performance.