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Battle of the Blades. Once More, With Feeling.

A new skating season begins with “Battle of the Blades” tonight. It’s kind of a funny way for a figure skating fan to kick-off the 2010-2011 season, but after a skating-free summer I’m ready for the skating to begin, even if it is with old timer hockey stars.

Sure, the show is fun. But, I think what I like best about it is how open the athletes are about their process, their frustrations, their fears and their aspirations. Figure skating is such a buttoned down sport where expressing feelings, especially frustration, isn’t encouraged. I admire how honest the hockey players are about their frustration and disappointments. It makes the show and the sport more interesting and more human.

I know it’s early, early days to make a prediction about who will win Battle of the Blades. But, I think it will be a hard fought battle between Ekaterina Gordeeva and Valeri Bure, and Jamie Sale and Theo Fleury.

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