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SO MUCH FOR ORIGINALITY
E.M. Swift
March 07, 1988
Yogi was wrong. Sometimes it is over before it's over. The unusual thing about the Olympic ice dancing competition was that the outcome seemingly was decided 11 months ago—after the 1987 world championships in Cincinnati. Then, as in Calgary, the gold went to the theatrical Soviet duo of Natalia Bestemianova and Andrei Bukin, the silver to their compatriots, Marina Klimova and Serguei Ponomarenko, and the bronze to Tracy Wilson and Robert McCall of Canada.
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March 07, 1988

So Much For Originality

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And the Duchesnays? "We're going to stick with this type of program," said Isabelle. Chris always told us, 'Don't listen to anybody. Do what you feel is right.' "

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