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(Figure skating) Medalists feel fans' admiration
(03-26 14:53)

German Olympians Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy said they felt the admiration of the fans as they began their bid for a fifth world pairs figure skating title in Japan today.
“It didn't feel like it was the last short program of our career,'' Savchenko, 30, said.
Szolkowy, 34, said: “Even before we started I noticed that the people really like us, maybe even love us.''
“It was fun. It was the right decision to come here and to show it all,'' he added.
--AFP

   
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