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The Evan Lysacek Appreciation Thread

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Scotso
10-27-2005, 02:04 AM
Because I can. :angel:

jole
10-27-2005, 02:06 AM
:angel:

savesthedizzle
10-27-2005, 02:07 AM
So where are the pics, eh?

Scotso
10-27-2005, 02:08 AM
I will post them when I am not feeling insanely lazy.

savesthedizzle
10-27-2005, 02:52 AM
I will post them when I am not feeling insanely lazy.


That is acceptable. :hug:

Fergie
10-27-2005, 03:51 AM
:angel:

http://www.usfigureskating.org/content/events/200405/worlds/backstage/lysacek-medal.jpg

Scotso
10-27-2005, 05:26 AM
Isn't he beautiful :hearts:

savesthedizzle
10-27-2005, 05:27 AM
I will admit, I am starting to like him more and more. :yeah:

Scotso
10-27-2005, 07:57 AM
I will admit, I am starting to like him more and more. :yeah:

He's really sweet, too :)

Scotso
10-27-2005, 08:00 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/main.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/personal/05personal003.jpg

Scotso
10-27-2005, 08:01 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/personal/05personal008.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/personal/05personal016.jpg

Scotso
10-27-2005, 08:02 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/personal/05personal013.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/office/05target02.jpg

Scotso
10-27-2005, 08:03 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/office/05target08.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/office/05target11.jpg

Scotso
10-27-2005, 08:04 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/05nats/s01nats01.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/05nats/f04nats01.jpg
(one of my favorites)

Scotso
10-27-2005, 08:05 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/05nats/pc04nats02.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/05nats/m04nats05.jpg

Scotso
10-27-2005, 08:07 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/office/beach01.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/office/beach02.jpg

Scotso
10-27-2005, 08:08 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/

you can get more info and read his blog there ;)

Scotso
10-27-2005, 08:10 AM
http://www.leigh-i-am.com/Skokie04/04skokie2010165.jpg
:drool:

http://www.leigh-i-am.com/Skokie03/skokie101149.jpg

Scotso
10-27-2005, 08:11 AM
http://www.usfigureskating.org/content/bio_lysaevan.jpg

http://www.goldenskate.com/articles/2003/images/lysacek.jpg

Scotso
10-27-2005, 08:16 AM
Here are some videos of Eva:

http://www.usfsa.org/content/events/200506/campbells/evan%20lysacek.wmv

http://www.usfsa.org/content/events/200405/uschamps/video/lysacek-pressconf.mov

http://www.usfsa.org/content/events/200405/uschamps/video/lysacek-practice-sp.mov

http://www.sashacohen.com/photos/newfri7.jpg

http://www.sashacohen.com/photos/moscow2.JPG

My favorite pic (and the last one for now):
http://www.ksta.de/ks/images/mdsBild/1109245867742l.jpg

Papakori
10-27-2005, 05:08 PM
oh! So thats who was in your picture KarolBeckFan! :)

Scotso
10-27-2005, 09:13 PM
Yes indeed ;)

Joel didn't post here even though I know he looked at every pic :rolleyes:

Fergie
10-27-2005, 09:28 PM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/main.jpg
I love that pic :hearts:

Scotso
10-28-2005, 12:20 AM
I love the jumping one. I also really like the one where he has TRASH on his shirt :D

jole
10-28-2005, 04:53 AM
Yes indeed ;)

Joel didn't post here even though I know he looked at every pic :rolleyes:

SORRY MASTER. I WILL NOW POST IN EVERY THREAD ON MTF!!!11

jole
10-28-2005, 04:57 AM
:angel:

Forgot I DID post.

savesthedizzle
10-28-2005, 05:09 AM
Mmmmmm :drool:

Scotso
10-28-2005, 05:10 AM
Forgot I DID post.

Not after you saw the piccies!

jole
10-28-2005, 05:10 AM
Not after you saw the piccies!

Hush.

alelysafina
10-28-2005, 05:12 AM
Pictures!

Scotso
10-28-2005, 05:16 AM
more piccies :worship:

jole
10-29-2005, 08:00 PM
:drool:

Even popped collars look great on him :p

Scotso
10-29-2005, 10:54 PM
a dead rat would look good on him :hearts:

Leo
10-30-2005, 02:12 AM
Evan! :hearts:

So many great pics, especially the one with him and Seth Green together.

You do a good service, Scott. Spread the Evan love.

Scotso
10-30-2005, 04:08 PM
Do you think he will love me for it? :hearts:

I'm so happy to have you in this forum, Leo :kiss:

savesthedizzle
11-01-2005, 04:16 AM
I saw Evan in action for the first time today. He is hot.

Scotso
11-01-2005, 06:49 AM
Indeed, I would not lie to my Jessita!

savesthedizzle
11-01-2005, 06:59 AM
Indeed, I would not lie to my Jessita!

:hug:

:crying2:

jole
11-05-2005, 08:58 AM
Bump!

Papakori
11-05-2005, 04:04 PM
Do you follow figure skating alot, KarolBeckFan?

Scotso
11-05-2005, 04:57 PM
Do you follow figure skating alot, KarolBeckFan?

Just men... and only the cute ones ;)

jole
11-21-2005, 03:36 PM
Bump. :D

http://www.skatecanada.ca/en/gallery/images/4cont04_m3el_f.jpghttp://www.theskateblade.com/skaters/profiles/lysacek-ja1.jpg

Scotso
11-21-2005, 07:21 PM
you like arm flailings, eh? :p

Jeffweeeeeh won an even last weekend :bounce: I wish Evan would compete in one soon.... and win it :p

jole
11-21-2005, 10:24 PM
you like arm flailings, eh? :p

Jeffweeeeeh won an even last weekend :bounce: I wish Evan would compete in one soon.... and win it :p

You are the king of arm flailing. ;)

Scotso
11-22-2005, 03:19 AM
indeed I am!

jole
11-22-2005, 03:37 AM
http://ostermegsk8.com/photogallery/photojune04/Megan%20w%20Evan%20Lysacek.jpg

Allez popped collars. :drool:

(Disregard the 12 year old girl, pervs.)

Scotso
11-22-2005, 05:15 AM
I don't know what people have against popped collars :p

jole
11-22-2005, 05:32 AM
I don't know what people have against popped collars :p

People are jealous when they realize they look like crap on them personally. :p

Scotso
11-22-2005, 06:27 PM
Ah, but they look great on my Evanbear :hearts:

jole
11-22-2005, 11:19 PM
Ah, but they look great on my Evanbear :hearts:

This is but obvious! :D

Scotso
11-23-2005, 03:25 AM
He loves me more. So give up. :p

jole
11-23-2005, 08:58 AM
He loves me more. So give up. :p

:devil:

Scotso
11-23-2005, 07:13 PM
:angel:

Scotso
11-28-2005, 09:42 PM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/05sa/f05sa01.jpg

sexy pic :drool:

Scotso
12-06-2005, 03:21 AM
Evanbear got silver at the NHK trophy. Should have been gold, but figure skating is RIGGED.

Go Evan :)

Leo
12-18-2005, 04:02 PM
Evan is the cutest. Great LP in Osaka.

He'll be missed at the Grand Prix finals. :( But it will give him more time to prepare for and Gold at Nationals.

Scotso
01-13-2006, 12:09 AM
Lysacek closing in on his Olympic dreams
Skater enters U.S. Championships as favorite to secure spot at Turin
The Associated Press
Updated: 3:51 p.m. ET Jan. 12, 2006


ST. LOUIS - Evan Lysacek started thinking big after his very first national championships, known back then as the Junior Olympics.

At 10, he’d only been skating for about a year and was competing against boys who were two and three years older. So when he skated off with the title, he figured it was just a matter of time before he was at those other Olympics.

“I didn’t know exactly what it meant,” Lysacek says now, laughing. “At the time I was doing the Junior Olympics I thought, ‘Well, I won that, how hard can it be to do this other Olympics? It’s just another step.”’

It was, of course, a little more involved than that. But 10 years after that first title, Lysacek heads to this week’s U.S. Figure Skating Championships as a favorite to win the men’s crown and secure a spot at the Turin Olympics.

The men’s competition starts Thursday with the short program. The free skate is Saturday afternoon, and the winner is guaranteed one of the three spots on the men’s Olympic team.

A selection committee will choose the other two athletes.

There also are three spots open in ladies and dance, and two in pairs.

“I think when I was about 14 or 15 I decided, ‘I think I’m going to go to the Olympics,”’ Lysacek said. “So for about the last five years I’ve been thinking about it every day. Every single day.”

So much so that when he moved to Los Angeles to work with Frank Carroll in the summer of 2003, he held onto his suburban Chicago cell phone number that has 2006 as its last four digits.

“The last few years really have been sort of a whirlwind,” said his mother, Tanya. “He’s gone from a little bit known in the sport — he did have three junior world medals — to catapulting to a whole new level.”

After winning U.S. titles at the novice (1999) and junior (2000) levels and three silver medals at the junior world championships, Lysacek established himself as someone to watch. But it was his success last year that made him the one to beat.

Despite being sidelined for two months in the summer of 2004 with a stress fracture in his left hip, Lysacek finished third at nationals. A few weeks later, he won the Four Continents Championships.

Then, at his first senior worlds, he took the bronze medal.

“It would have been easy for me to go home and say, ‘Well, I’ve got a world medal and you know, I can kind of relax now.’ But I did the opposite,” Lysacek said. “I didn’t rest at anything because I knew that with this new judging system, name recognition is really diminishing in our sport, which is good, and if I wanted to stay at that level and continue winning that I had to work really hard. That world medal was going to do me no good this season.

“So I went home and ... I’ve worked the hardest I’ve ever worked.”

Harder than he initially expected, too.

Off the ice, Lysacek is friendly and outgoing, a people magnet who’s been charming admirers since he was a 3-year-old dancing with a line of old ladies at an Oktoberfest in Chicago. His free skate last year, “Singing in the Rain,” captured that personality perfectly.

So when it came time to select his programs for this season, Lysacek thought he should stick with something similar and chose a medley from “Grease.” But the program didn’t get quite the reception he’d hoped for, and he scrapped it after a second-place finish at Skate America in October.

He replaced it with “Carmen,” and it’s a much better fit. Though he’d only had the program for 1½ weeks, he won the free skate at the NHK Trophy and finished second overall. That qualified him for the Grand Prix final, but he had to withdraw with tendinitis and bursitis in his right hip.

Now that he’s healthy again, he’s back on track for Turin.

The men’s competition will be the toughest it’s been in several years, with Lysacek, two-time defending champion Johnny Weir, Olympic bronze medalist Tim Goebel, former U.S. champ Michael Weiss and Matt Savoie all vying for the three Olympic spots. But even with the injury and scramble for a new free skate, Lysacek has had the best season of all of them.

And he hopes his best performances are still ahead of him.

“One thing that just gives me chills to think about is if you look back at Sarah Hughes at the Olympics. People come to the Olympics and they win. But how often does someone have the absolute best performance of their entire life at the perfect moment in their life?” he said. “That’s the first time I’ve ever seen that.

“So that’s my wish, that’s my dream for this year,” he said. “All I can do is be the absolutely best prepared that I can be. That’s all I can control, and hope that that happens.”
© 2006 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

jole
01-13-2006, 04:33 AM
Nice article.

Good luck, Evan! :D :hearts:

Scotso
01-13-2006, 05:13 AM
He fell and is third after the short program, but really should have been 2nd. They put Weiss ahead of him :rolleyes: :retard:

Johnny's scores were insanely inflated so he's really far ahead.

Scotso
01-14-2006, 11:04 PM
FPl. Name Club Points SP FS
1 Johnny Weir SC OF 225.34 1 3
2 Evan Lysacek DUPAG 224.47 3 1
3 Matthew Savoie ILLIN 222.36 4 2
4 Michael Weiss WASHI 217.48 2 5
5 Scott Smith SC OF 208.03 8 4
6 Ryan Jahnke BROAD 207.26 7 6
7 Timothy Goebel WINTE 201.61 5 8
8 Ryan Bradley BROAD 199.50 6 9
9 Parker Pennington BROAD 197.03 10 7
10 Michael Villarreal ALL Y 167.77 12 10
11 Nicholas LaRoche ALL Y 163.82 11 15
12 Derrick Delmore WASHI 163.33 13 12
13 Tommy Steenberg SC OF 161.40 17 11
14 Jordan Wilson SANTA 160.37 16 13
15 Shaun Rogers UNIVE 159.67 15 14
16 Dennis Phan ALL Y 155.31 14 16
17 Rohene Ward BRAEM 154.63 9 17

Scotso
01-14-2006, 11:07 PM
Evan was first in the free skate :D If only he had done a little better in the short the title would have been his.... but 2nd place is one step up from last year, and next year he'll be the champion! :D

I'm mad at their stupid coverage... I don't know why they chose to show Rohene Ward, but he ate up their coverage... and they also showed #7, 8, and 9.... but they DID NOT SHOW #6 RYAN JAHNKE. I hate them. :sad:

Anyway, go Evan! Oh, and I wish Scott Smith was going to the Olympics instead of Savoie.

Scotso
02-12-2006, 12:02 AM
GOGOGO EVANOLYMPICGOLD! :bounce:

Scotso
02-12-2006, 12:03 AM
Time to cheer Evanbear to the Olympic gold, guys! :bounce:

Scotso
02-12-2006, 12:04 AM
THE BEST PIC EVA!

Scotso
02-12-2006, 12:04 AM
More piccies.

Scotso
02-12-2006, 12:06 AM
And the last for now. :worship:

Scotso
02-12-2006, 12:06 AM
And here is Evan's olympics profile:

http://www.nbcolympics.com/athletes/5071307/detail.html

there are more pics and some cute videos there :D

Fergie
02-12-2006, 12:07 AM
Good luck Evan!!! :bounce:

jole
02-12-2006, 01:03 AM
Go Evan. :D

Leo
02-13-2006, 01:39 PM
Go Evan! Tuesday's the big day. Don't trip this time. Rock the Spanish tunes.

Scotso
02-13-2006, 10:06 PM
That trip :o He would be US Champion without that trip.

Scotso
02-13-2006, 10:06 PM
Evan is going to win. :)

Scotso
02-14-2006, 10:36 PM
:sad:

"Evan Lysacek

Lysacek is skating to "Espana Cani" by Pasquale Marquina. This is his short program from last year; he went back to it this fall after the Grand Prix season.

Lysacek had a rough warmup, taking a fall on a triple Axel attempt and struggling with a couple other jump attempts. He did do a nice triple Lutz-triple toe combination. It looks like he will not try the quadruple toe tonight.

He is opening with the triple Axel... and he falls. Very nice triple Lutz-triple toe combination -- he carried loads of speed through that. Next, a sit spin, and now he's into his circular footwork sequence. Next, steps into a triple flip. He doubled it. He's been practicing so well, notes Sale. This is very characteristic. Now a spin. Then straightline footwork, which he fell on at Nationals. No problem here. He's doing his final combination spin now.

He looks absolutely crushed. The expression on his face is one of shock.

Sale: I don't think he has a clue what just happened to him, because every practice for him here has been amazing. He had a really rough warmup, falling on the triple Axel, stepping out of his triple flip. he looked really tight tonight, stiff in the knees. Totally not himself and what we've been seeing from him this week. I'm really sad for him because I think that with a clean skate he probably could've been in the top three.

Did he look nervous?
Pelletier: Absolutely. Since the warmup when he got on the ice, he had this blank stare. Disappointing because all week long he's been practicing well.

He is in the kiss-and-cry, head in his hands."

Scotso
02-14-2006, 10:37 PM
Rank Country Name Total Element
Score Total Program
Component Score Total
Deductions Total Segment
Score
1 PLUSHENKO Yevgeny 49.69 40.97 0.00 90.66
2 WEIR Johnny 40.99 39.01 0.00 80.00
3 LAMBIEL Stephane 40.61 38.43 0.00 79.04
4 JOUBERT Brian 40.59 37.18 0.00 77.77
5 TAKAHASHI Daisuke 38.45 35.32 0.00 73.77
6 BUTTLE Jeffrey 37.01 37.28 1.00 73.29
7 SANDHU Emanuel 33.00 37.75 1.00 69.75
8 SAVOIE Matt 35.22 33.93 0.00 69.15
9 CHIPER Gheorghe 37.12 30.54 0.00 67.66
10 LYSACEK Evan 33.80 34.75 1.00 67.55

Sandhu ahead of him is a joke.

:sobbing:

Scotso
02-14-2006, 10:38 PM
Awful two days of sports for me. First the news about Karol and then this... two of my three favorite people in sports. Thank the gods that Chase Utley is in the offseason.

:sobbing:

Scotso
02-14-2006, 10:38 PM
On the bright side, look at this really gay picture I found of Shawn Sawyer :o ;)

http://www.skating.nf.ca/images/celebration/Shawn%20Sawyer2.jpg

Scotso
02-14-2006, 11:37 PM
Someone on the golden skate forums posted that Evan was interviewed on Eurosport and...

"He said he warmed up at 9am, thought about it all day long, rushed a lot of things. It really wasn't him out there. He says he has to put it behind him."

I hope he can. :(

Scotso
02-15-2006, 11:35 PM
I'll post what was said on "Olympic Ice"


Evan: "I think I was just a little bit too excited, and I really wanted to come here and do well. And I was waiting all day, since 9:30 this morning and it's now almost midnight... to do this... and just analyzing this in my head and I got out there and it was finally time and I just rushed my timing."

"I actually wasn't that nervous I was just excited."

"I didn't do a good job of channeling my focus."

"Whatever I did out there wasn't me."


David Pelletier said that one day he'll be thankful for this, that one day experience will kick in and he'll realize what he did wrong and soon become World Champion.

Scotso
02-15-2006, 11:37 PM
Lysacek falls, medal hopes all but gone

February 15, 2006

BY GREG COUCH Staff Reporter


TURIN, Italy -- Evan Lysacek went through his program in his mind hundreds of times. It was going to be perfect. He knew it.

And then Lysacek, the Naperville figure skater who finished third in the world championships, finally got to the ice for his Olympic debut Tuesday.

The music started, and he went for his first jump, a triple axel...

And fell right on his backside.

You hope to have your best day in your biggest moment. Lysacek might have had his worst. He finished the short program in 10th place with a judged score of 67.55. First-place Evgeni Plushenko of Russia had a 90.66.

Lysacek, considered a strong medal contender coming in, is all but out of medal contention, with the free skate remaining Thursday.

"I was sitting in my room all day, thinking,'' he said.

"And it was building and building. And then [during the program], my mind was somewhere else.''

Lysacek said it was hard for him to analyze his program because, he said, that wasn't him doing it. He hasn't missed a jump in a long time.

What happened?

"I had a great warmup this morning,'' he said. "But that was about 9 o'clock. What is it now? Midnight?''

He finished at roughly 11 p.m. Turin time. And he wasn't the only skater to complain about the lateness of the schedule.

But Lysacek let the time eat away at him. He was ready to go in the morning but had to wait nearly 14 hours to compete. He thought about his program, took a three-hour nap, got nervous, thought about it more.

"I couldn't stop thinking,'' he said. "I kept looking at my watch.''

By the time it was time to go, he said, he jumped. Too much time, too much waiting, too much thinking.

Too many nerves.

Just before the program, Lysacek's coach, Frank Carroll, was trying to calm him down, slow him down.

"I wasn't even paying attention,'' he said. "[The night was] just a fluke.''


:sobbing:

Scotso
02-15-2006, 11:41 PM
The disaster in pictures. You can see how disappointed he is on his face. :(

Scotso
02-16-2006, 05:12 AM
Evan's website has been updated :D

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/

:inlove:

Fergie
02-16-2006, 04:44 PM
Poor Evan :sad: :hug:

Scotso
02-17-2006, 12:19 AM
Evan had an awesome free skate to end up in 4th from 10th :woohoo:

PLUSHENKO Yevgeny 90.66
(1) 167.67
(1) 258.33
LAMBIEL Stephane 79.04
(3) 152.17
(4) 231.21
BUTTLE Jeffrey 73.29
(6) 154.30
(2) 227.59
4 LYSACEK Evan 67.55
(10) 152.58
(3) 220.13

A little sad, because if he had done better in the SP he would have medaled... but I mean, it was so awesome for him to come back and do so well after the SP. And he finished as the top American. Watch out for him at the Worlds this year and in Vancouver 2010 :D

:worship:

Evan :hearts:

Scotso
02-17-2006, 03:20 PM
Strong finish gives Lysacek confidence boost

February 17, 2006

BY GREG COUCH Staff Reporter


TURIN, Italy -- Evan Lysacek of Naperville felt great before his short program in the Olympic figure-skating competition, then went out and bombed.

Two days later, he felt sick before the free skate -- and then put together one of the best programs of the night.

Lysacek finished as the top American on Thursday, climbing all the way to fourth place after starting the night in 10th. And while that wasn't what he came for, he turned a disastrous experience into a good one, allowing him to move on in his career with confidence.

"I had dreamed of the Olympics for probably a decade,'' he said. "It became about something a little different for me. I was proud of the courage I had today.

"Once the music started, I got a weird sense of calm. At the end, I couldn't remember one second of the program.''

The Americans were shut out of the medals as Russia's Evgeni Plushenko easily won the gold, Switzerland's Stephane Lambiel took the silver and Canada's Jeffrey Buttle the bronze. American Johnny Weir, who started the night in second place, dropped to fifth, and Peoria's Matt Savoie, a former University of Illinois grad student, finished seventh.

Even on the bus ride to the event, Lysacek doubted he was going to be able to compete.

"I kept feeling like throwing up,'' he said. "I was getting queasy again.''

About an hour after his poor showing in the short program Tuesday, Lysacek suddenly came down with stomach flu, he said, and was taken to a hospital.

"I got really violently ill,'' he said.

Doctors put him on an IV, and his veins, he said, kept collapsing because he was so dehydrated.

"I have four holes in each arm,'' he said.

He didn't practice Wednesday, and he doubted most of the day Thursday whether he'd be able to skate.

And then he posted a score of 152.58, a personal best and the third-best program of the night.

"I could have sold it more [showed more emotion],'' he said. "I would think, 'Facial expression,' and then I'd do it and go back into my [shell].''

Scotso
02-17-2006, 03:22 PM
Young American knows how close he came to medal
BY PHILIP HERSH
Chicago Tribune

TURIN, Italy - Evan Lysacek had just finished undergoing routine doping control Thursday night. He was standing barely 10 feet from the room where the three Olympic men's figure skating medalists were doing the post-competition press conference.

By then, Lysacek knew just how close he had come to being in that room.

He might have kicked himself, if he had the strength.

Lysacek, the reigning world bronze medalist, had begun the night in 10th place. He finished fourth. The difference in points between him and bronze medalist Jeffrey Buttle of Canada was the two jumps Lysacek botched in Tuesday's short program, the first jumps he had missed in a short program all season.

"Next time," said Lysacek, 20. "I'm young and still learning."

When he first talked to the media just after coming off the ice, Lysacek had no reason to think enough skaters would collapse in their long programs for him to get near the awards podium. He simply was proud of himself for having overcome a debilitating stomach flu to earn a personal best score with what would be the third best free skate of the night.

When he talked exclusively with the Tribune three hours later, a little wistfulness about what might have been had crept in.

"I had to dig so deep to find the energy to do that program today," Lysacek said. "When I got finished talking with everyone, I collapsed.

"Am I kicking myself? Yes and no. It would have been amazing to come away with a medal, but I have no regrets about that. I'm coming away with an experience I'll never forget."

Lysacek felt himself getting ill after the short program. He spent Wednesday receiving treatment that included fluids intravenously. But it took six times for medical staff to find a vein, evident when Lysacek rolled up a sleeve to show a half-dozen stick marks on his left arm.

"I was so dehydrated my veins collapsed, and they couldn't get the needle in," he said.

Lysacek was unable to do anything of physical consequence at practice Wednesday and he threw up before a Thursday morning practice. Once he had convinced himself to compete in the free skate no matter what, even if it meant doing double jumps instead of triples, Lysacek still had one more moment of truth: motion sickness on the bus to the Palavela arena.

"To me, what I did is a medal," Lysacek said. "I thought the Olympics was about winning and being perfect. I learned it was about courage."

Lysacek went out and landed eight triple jumps, and four earned the bonus for coming in the second half of his program. Despite weakness and fatigue, he had more successful second-half triples than anyone else.

"I talked with Lori (Nichol, his choreographer) after the short program, and she made me realize until now things had been coming a little too easy for me," Lysacek said. "She told me champions don't get there so easily, and this was a solid bump in the road I can overcome."

Scotso
02-17-2006, 03:22 PM
That’s a gutsy performance
Stomach flu doesn’t hold back Lysacek
By MECHELLE VOEPEL
The Kansas City Star

TURIN, Italy — Evan Lysacek unbuttoned his shirt sleeves Thursday and rolled them up to show the needle marks from IV attempts on Wednesday as he battled stomach flu.

“I look like a junkie,” he joked. “I was in the medical clinic at the (athletes) village. They tried to give me the IVs. I have four holes in each arm. All my veins collapsed because I was so dehydrated. So I ended staying up pretty late, trying to get fluids in.”

Still, somehow, Lysacek of the United States gave one of the best free-skate performances Thursday night. Skating to “Carmen,” he cleanly hit eight triple jumps and seemed full of emotion and poise. It took him from 10th place to fourth.

“Maybe that free skate could have been a medal contender if I’d done better in the short,” he said. “But now I go into the World Championships (in March) with a solid free skate under my belt. It can be better, and I hope it will at the World Championships.”

It was a far cry from the almost-clumsy short program Tuesday that left him questioning what was on earth had gone wrong.

About an hour after the short program, thosugh, he began to experience the effects of stomach flu, which basically flattened him all of Wednesday and most of the day Thursday. He said the illness actually may have been part of what was bothering him in the short program, though he didn’t realize it at the time.

“I had adrenaline in my body all (that) day, I was so excited to compete in the short,” said Lysacek, 20. “When I think about it now, I really didn’t eat all day (Tuesday). I had no appetite. I didn’t feel awesome physically, so probably I had the bug in me.”

He said his mom, sister and cousin — who are all in Turin, too — have also gotten sick. Thursday, all he ate was some corn flakes and crackers. On the ride to the arena, he felt queasy and thought he might start throwing up. He wasn’t sure until he got out on the ice whether he’d actually been able to jump or spin.

“I thought, ‘There’s no way, I don’t have a chance in that free skate,’ ” he said.

After getting through the program, though, he said he was proud of himself.

“I think I learned a great lesson that will stay with me the rest of my career,” he said. “(This was) a solid bump in the road, but that’s what careers of champions are made of.”

Scotso
02-17-2006, 03:24 PM
some pics :)

Scotso
02-17-2006, 03:35 PM
...

Scotso
02-17-2006, 03:36 PM
You can watch Evan's short and long programs here:

http://www.nbcolympics.com/results/1500189/detail.html

Sweet4Richard
02-21-2006, 02:23 AM
Evan :hearts:

Scotso
02-21-2006, 03:22 AM
Apparently there's somewhere you can download the Olympic Ice episodes, so hopefully soon I can get the one that Evan was on. :D

Jeff
02-27-2006, 12:27 AM
Evan skated a great long program. It's too bad he messed up in the short, because I agree with what he said, he definetly had a shot at the podium if he had done a clean short program.

Scotso
02-27-2006, 04:18 AM
Another Evan fan? :D

Sweet4Richard
02-27-2006, 10:03 PM
Evan at the USA Olympic Party! :hearts:

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a37/Miss_Piggy3/56937565.jpg

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a37/Miss_Piggy3/56937559.jpg

Scotso
02-28-2006, 07:34 AM
Gracias :hearts:

but what is the boy doing with alcohol? :p

partygirl
02-28-2006, 08:22 AM
how long has this thread been here?
...why was i not informed???
well at least im here now. :wavey:

does anyone know if evan was in the champions gala at the olympics?
i noticed a skater who finished lower than him was.

EDIT:
nevermind i found it and he was!
thankfully my cable company has "on demand" so i demanded it. :) ;) :p

Sweet4Richard
02-28-2006, 10:19 PM
how long has this thread been here?
...why was i not informed???
well at least im here now. :wavey:

does anyone know if evan was in the champions gala at the olympics?
i noticed a skater who finished lower than him was.

EDIT:
nevermind i found it and he was!
thankfully my cable company has "on demand" so i demanded it. :) ;) :p

A picture from his performance at the Gala ;) Its not great, but I found it and figured might as well post it.

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a37/Miss_Piggy3/56930499.jpg

Jeff
02-28-2006, 11:51 PM
Another Evan fan? :D

Yes I am now an Evan fan :wavey:

Scotso
03-02-2006, 05:35 PM
Glad to see more Evan fans :D

partygirl
03-04-2006, 09:43 PM
Glad to see more Evan fans :D
who could'nt be????

16681
03-05-2006, 06:22 AM
how long has this thread been here?
...why was i not informed???
well at least im here now. :wavey:

does anyone know if evan was in the champions gala at the olympics?
i noticed a skater who finished lower than him was.

EDIT:
nevermind i found it and he was!
thankfully my cable company has "on demand" so i demanded it. :) ;) :p
I was also surprised to find this thread here :cool: I'm a fan also :)

Scotso
03-06-2006, 02:51 AM
:woohoo:

So many Evan fans :bounce:

16681
03-06-2006, 05:59 PM
:woohoo:

So many Evan fans :bounce:
You may not realize how popular someone actually is until you start a thread like this :) I think it is great that the thread is here ;)

_pyromatic
03-09-2006, 12:45 AM
Evan is awesome. That is all. :D

Scotso
03-09-2006, 04:06 AM
Worlds are coming up soon, so hopefully Evanbear will medal. Gold colored would be swell.

Sweet4Richard
03-11-2006, 04:48 AM
World Championships
March 20th - 26th
Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Go Evan :woohoo:

Scotso
03-11-2006, 11:25 AM
Gold is reserved for Evan.

Fergie
03-12-2006, 02:20 AM
Go Evan! :bounce:

Scotso
03-13-2006, 02:05 AM
I got an email from Evan telling me how he appreciated my support and that he hopes that he'll make me proud during the World Championships. He also talked about me spreading the Evan-love. :eek: :bounce: :woohoo: :hearts:

MariaV
03-13-2006, 02:13 AM
Hello Scott! :wavey: How I only now saw this thread! I like Evan a lot too! :D And I wish him luck at the World Championships! :bounce: :bigclap: :yippee:
Very nice of him to answer to you btw. :D

Scotso
03-13-2006, 02:36 AM
Everyone likes Evanbear :D

Scotso
03-13-2006, 11:02 PM
Some piccies.

Scotso
03-13-2006, 11:03 PM
Some piccies part deux.

Sweet4Richard
03-15-2006, 12:55 AM
That was so nice that he wrote back :)

Great photos, btw! :hearts:

Scotso
03-15-2006, 01:48 AM
Yeah.... Evan :hearts:

partygirl
03-15-2006, 02:24 AM
super lovelyness.
http://www.menstennisforums.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=83174http://www.menstennisforums.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=83172
great pics...he has such a great smile & excellent teeth
(i notice these sort of things- hard to miss i guess)
a great attribute to a great guy.

Scotso
03-15-2006, 05:27 AM
http://www.usolympicteam.com/Lysacek_1024.jpg

Evan Lysacek wallpaper :lol:

Scotso
03-18-2006, 11:32 PM
"Evan Lysacek, third at last year's worlds and fourth in Turin, and three-time U.S. champion Johnny Weir are strong possibilities for medals, particularly with Olympic winner Evgeni Plushenko absent.

But Lysacek, like many others, is battling fatigue-related health problems. He's on antibiotics for a bacterial infection, still has some fluid in his lungs and chest pains when he's skating.

“One more week, get through it and then finally, this long season will come to an end,” he says."


I think he'll be ready :D GO EVAN! :bounce:

Sweet4Richard
03-20-2006, 10:29 PM
Lysacek 2nd in Qualifying Group at Worlds
Updated: 4:07 p.m. ET March 20, 2006

CALGARY, Alberta - Defending champion Stephane Lambiel shook off a knee injury, an early wake-up call and the post-Olympic blahs to easily win his qualifying group Monday at the World Figure Skating Championships.

Qualifying sessions are unique to worlds, and most of the Group A competitors struggled, including American Evan Lysacek. When Lambiel nailed two quadruple jumps, one in combination, the Swiss skater soared past Lysacek with 160.90 points. Lysacek, on medication for a bacterial infection since the Turin Games, was second with 139.70.

“This was a great program,” said Lambiel, the silver medalist at Turin behind runaway winner Evgeni Plushenko, who is skipping the worlds. “I felt very confident. When I went out to skate, I didn’t have any doubts.”


He skated so well to “The Four Seasons” by Vivaldi that Lambiel was able to ignore the pain in his right knee. He has ligament damage and will need a long rest after this event.

“I take tablets and therapy,” he said. “We do everything to be very healthy on the ice, but after the world championships, my knee will need a break.”

He certainly looked 100 percent fit in hitting six triple jumps. His spins weren’t as crisp as usual, but he clearly was the class of the early group.

The other qualifying session, worth a quarter of the total score, was scheduled for Monday night, with three-time U.S. champion Johnny Weir and Olympic silver medalist Jeffrey Buttle of Canada the headliners.

In between qualifying was the pairs short program.

Lambiel wasn’t sure he would be coming to Calgary a week ago after missing three days of practice because of the knee injury. Lysacek also has struggled since Turin, at one point fearing he had pneumonia after coughing up blood.

“I’m still on three antibiotics and trying to get healthy,” said the 2005 world bronze medalist who was fourth at the Olympics. “One day I said, ‘I’m dying, for real.”’

He felt awful early in his free skate Monday when he crashed hard on a qudruple toe loop. Lysacek then fell on a triple axel, cut a triple loop to a double and put his hand down on another triple axel.

“I had the wind knocked out of me,” he admitted of the first fall. “My legs kind of went numb on me. It affected the next two minutes for sure.”

But he rallied with a strong second half of his program that included a pair of triple-triples and the usual solid spins, and he did receive full credit for getting around on the quad while being penalized for falling.

“In training, I’ve been doing the quad a lot and it’s been going really well,” Lysacek said. “This one felt good, and I was not braced for the fall.”

For the others, competing so soon after the Olympics was nothing compared to skating so early in the morning.

Ilia Klimkin of Russia, who was third, called the morning session “horrible, to be honest.”

Canada’s Emanuel Sandhu barely could stand during his 4½-minute routine. Sandhu, the very first skater — at 9:20 a.m., no less — messed up his first three jumps and skated so slowly he appeared to be stopping at times. Still, he wound up sixth in the group.

“I rose at 4 a.m. after getting to bed at 10 p.m,” said Sandhu, the 2003 Grand Prix Finals winner who finished 13th in Turin. “I’m feeling that I seized up going into the axels.”

© 2006 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed

http://msnbc.msn.com/id/11929515/

Sweet4Richard
03-20-2006, 10:32 PM
The competitive figure skating season concludes with World Figure Skating Championships this week in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

"One more week, get through it and then finally, this long season will come to an end," Evan said. His successful season includes winning three silver medals.

His season has also included injury. Bursitis and tendonitis in his right hip forced Evan to withdraw from the Grand Prix Finals and the Marshalls Challenge.

The season has also included illness. Evan received medical treatment at the Olympic Games in Torino, Italy, before his free skate.

Even is currently taking antibiotics for a bacterial infection. He will skate this week for his second World Championship medal despite chest pains caused by fluid in his lungs.

He won a bronze medal at the World Championships last March in Moscow.

The men's competition starts Monday morning with the qualifying skate. Evan skates in the last group of Qualifying Group A.

His short program is Tuesday. In the short program, Evan will skate to "Espana Cani" by Pascual Marquina.

He set a personal best short program score with his "Espana Cani" performance at the 2005 World Championships. The performance included a triple Axel and triple Lutz-triple toe combination.

The competition concludes Thursday with the free skate. Evan will perform to "Carmen Suite" by George Bizet and "Carmen" by Rodion Shedrinand.

Evan set a career best free skate score with his Carmen free skate at the Olympic Games last month. His performance in Torino included eight triple jumps.

After the championships, Evan will skate in the Marshalls International Showcase and perform with the Champions on Ice tour.

He will also participate in the second annual "Skating with the Stars" event at the Central Park Wollman Rink in New York City. The event benefits Figure Skating in Harlem.

Evan :yeah:

Scotso
03-21-2006, 02:05 AM
Unfortunately for Evan, qualifying scores count. :( Hopefully qualifying group B won't do very well.

Scotso
03-21-2006, 01:34 PM
It turns out Evan's scores weren't that bad compared to most other than Lambiel. I hope Lambiel chokes so someone else can win. If he starts to dominate like Plushenko I'll stop liking him.



Lysacek 2nd in qualifying group at Worlds
Swiss skater Lambiel takes first; U.S. skater Weir also qualifies
Updated: 1:04 a.m. ET March 21, 2006

CALGARY, Alberta - Defending champion Stephane Lambiel shook off all his post-Olympic problems better than any of the other men at the World Figure Skating Championships.

The only one who came close was an 18-year-old wonder from Japan.

Lambiel was unaffected by a knee injury, an early wake-up call and the post-Turin blahs Monday, easily winning his qualifying group with, by far, the cleanest performance of the long day. The Swiss star and Olympic bronze medalist won Group A in the morning, and none of the competitors in the evening session came close to his 160.90 score.

“This was a great program,” said Lambiel, the silver medalist at Turin behind runaway winner Evgeni Plushenko, who is skipping the worlds. “I felt very confident. When I went out to skate, I didn’t have any doubts.”

The later group was won by 2005 world junior champion Nobunari Oda of Japan, just ahead of Canada’s Jeffrey Buttle and Brian Joubert of France. Three-time U.S. champion Johnny Weir was fourth.

Oda was stunned to stand atop his division heading into Tuesday’s short program with 144.90 points.

“I’m so surprised because I skated a clean program,” he said. “This is the first time I did two triple axels and I am so happy with that.”

He certainly should be happy with everything. Oda hit eight triples, four in combination, and he spun like a top, wowing the crowd that hoped countryman Buttle would remain in first place.

Buttle has battled through illness and ennui since winning an Olympic bronze medal, and he struggled Monday night, cutting a planned quadruple toe loop to a double, going down on a triple axel and a triple lutz. His presentation saved him, however, and he finished with 137.90 points — which would have placed him third in the other division.

“It was a bit of a rough start,” said the 2005 world silver medalist. “I was definitely thinking too much on the quad toe and the first triple axel, so I started hesitating a bit.

“It’s a much better start than at last year’s worlds. So I think it’s good and I build from here.”

Weir said he simply wanted to get through qualifying. That’s how it looked as he received low marks for footwork and spins, and botched three jumps.

He didn’t quite blame an Olympic hangover, but made it clear Turin was not the experience he wanted.

“I didn’t think I disappointed my country that much with a top-five finish,” he said, “or presented myself as anyone but who I am.

“I was disappointed to have so much anger directed at me. There was one article grouping me and Michelle Kwan and Bode Miller ... as the biggest failures of the Olympic Games. That is kind of rough.”

The other U.S. skater, Matt Savoie, really had a rough time Monday and was eighth in Group B.

Qualifying sessions are unique to worlds, and most of the competitors struggled. So when Lambiel nailed two quadruple jumps, one in combination, he soared past Evan Lysacek. The American, on medication for a bacterial infection since the Turin Games, was second with 139.70.

Lambiel skated so well to “The Four Seasons” by Vivaldi that he was able to ignore the pain in his right knee from ligament damage.

“I take tablets and therapy,” he said. “We do everything to be very healthy on the ice, but after the world championships, my knee will need a break.”

He certainly looked 100 percent fit in hitting six triple jumps. His spins weren’t as crisp as usual, but he was the class of the day.

Zhang Dan and Zhang Hao of China, the Olympic runners-up best remembered for her horrific fall on a throw quad salchow, won the pairs short program ahead of countrymen Pang Qing and Tong Jian. Zhang Dan said she still is bothered by the knee injury sustained when she crashed to the ice with her legs split in Turin — yet somehow was able to resume and win silver.

“I still have a little pain in the knee from the Olympics,” she said, “so we have not been able to train much before these world championships.”

They didn’t look rusty, particularly on their throw triple loop and double twist, which were immense.

U.S. champions Rena Inoue and John Baldwin, the only couple to complete a throw triple axel in competition, did so again, but it didn’t help. They were marked a level lower than usual for their circular steps and also for their combination spin.

“That was the difference tonight, levels,” Baldwin said after they finished sixth; they were seventh in Turin. “We’ve been getting the same levels all season, but not here.”

The pairs free skate is Wednesday.

Lysacek also has struggled since Turin, at one point fearing he had pneumonia after coughing up blood.

“I’m still on three antibiotics and trying to get healthy,” said the 2005 world bronze medalist who was fourth at the Olympics. “One day I said, ‘I’m dying, for real.”’

He crashed hard on a quadruple toe loop, then fell on a triple axel, cut a triple loop to a double and put his hand down on another triple axel.

“I had the wind knocked out of me,” he admitted of the first fall. “My legs kind of went numb on me. It affected the next two minutes for sure.”

But he rallied with a strong second half of his program that included a pair of triple-triples and the usual solid spins, and he did receive full credit for getting around on the quad while being penalized for falling.

“In training, I’ve been doing the quad a lot and it’s been going really well,” Lysacek said. “This one felt good, and I was not braced for the fall.”

© 2006 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Scotso
03-21-2006, 01:41 PM
FPl. Name Nat. Points QA QB SP FS
1 Stephane LAMBIEL SUI 40.23 1
2 Nobunari ODA JPN 36.23 1
3 Evan LYSACEK USA 34.93 2
4 Jeffrey BUTTLE CAN 34.48 2
5 Brian JOUBERT FRA 34.05 3
6 Johnny WEIR USA 33.38 4
7 Alban PREAUBERT FRA 33.18 5
8 Ilia KLIMKIN RUS 32.65 3
9 Min ZHANG CHN 32.11 4
10 Chengjiang LI CHN 31.43 5
11 Sergei DAVYDOV BLR 30.83 6
12 Tomas VERNER CZE 30.28 7
13 Matthew SAVOIE USA 30.08 8
14 Gheorghe CHIPER ROM 29.10 9
15 Emanuel SANDHU CAN 28.95 6
16 Andrei GRIAZEV RUS 28.83 10
17 Gregor URBAS SLO 28.72 11
18 Silvio SMALUN GER 28.55 7
19 Roman SEROV ISR 28.55 8
20 Anton KOVALEVSKI UKR 28.44 9
21 Shawn SAWYER CAN 27.80 10
22 Ivan DINEV BUL 27.39 11
23 Viktor PFEIFER AUT 26.29 12
24 Kristoffer BERNTSSON SWE 25.89 12
25 Karel ZELENKA ITA 25.75 13
26 Trifun ZIVANOVIC SCG 25.22 14
27 Igor MATSIPURA SVK 25.00 13
28 Jamal OTHMAN SUI 24.91 14
29 Ari-Pekka NURMENKARI FIN 23.48 15
30 John HAMER GBR 22.94 15
Aidas REKLYS LTU NQD 16
Sean CARLOW AUS NQD 16
Alper UCAR TUR NQD 17
Bertalan ZAKANY HUN NQD 17
Michael NOVALES PHI NQD 18
Tristan THODE NZL NQD 18
Zeus ISSARIOTIS GRE NQD 19
Luis HERNANDEZ MEX NQD 19
Edward Ka-Yin CHOW HKG NQD 20
Justin PIETERSEN RSA NQD 20

Scotso
03-22-2006, 03:07 AM
I question the judges, they put Sandhu so high despite a fall, while Evan was 8 points behind him and was clean.

Top 8:
1 Stephane LAMBIEL SUI 117.64
2 Nobunari ODA JPN 114.48
3 Brian JOUBERT FRA 114.36
4 Jeffrey BUTTLE CAN 107.78
5 Emanuel SANDHU CAN 107.36
6 Johnny WEIR USA 106.91
7 Evan LYSACEK USA 105.25
8 Chengjiang LI CHN 104.82

Evan needs another brilliant long program to get a medal. :sad:

Sweet4Richard
03-22-2006, 10:06 PM
Evan is in seventh place at the World Championships. His performance to "Espana Cani" earned him an eighth place finish in the short program Tuesday night.

He earned 70.32 points for his short program.

Evan lost points for his planned triple Lutz-triple toe combination because of an extra step between the two jumps. He also lost points with a mistake on a spin.

"I definitely am going to try to rebound from the little bobbles I had today,” Evan said. He recovered from a tenth place performance in the short program with a personal best free skate at the Olympics last month.

His free skate included eight triple jumps in Torino.

His Olympic performance to "Carmen" pulled him from tenth place after the short program to fourth overall.

The men's free skate at the World Championships is Thursday. The championships' free skate marks the end of the competitive season for Evan.

“It's been a really long, difficult season with lots of health issues," Evan said. "I'm going to be happy to get some rest.”

Come on Evan :yeah:

Scotso
03-23-2006, 12:26 AM
Some of the people above him were given way too many points... many of them even had falls while Evan did not.

Hopefully the long program he'll totally rock and win by a mile.

jole
03-23-2006, 04:52 AM
You can do it, Evan! :D

A little more, then a great rest.

Scotso
03-23-2006, 12:40 PM
Hopefully he's going to blow the @#%^ing doors off the competition tonight. Vamos.

Sweet4Richard
03-23-2006, 09:45 PM
:woohoo: Evan!

7:30 pm on ESPN (my teacher reminded us, of course)

Scotso
03-23-2006, 11:20 PM
Yeah they're going to show the short and the long. I imagine they'll show both of Evan's.

Good luck Evs!

Scotso
03-24-2006, 02:59 AM
Evan went from 7th place to get the bronze medal! :bounce:

:worship: Evan :worship:

So proud of him! :D

Scotso
03-24-2006, 04:46 AM
Some piccies. :D

16681
03-24-2006, 08:10 AM
Congrats to Evan on his Bronze Medal :dance:

partygirl
03-24-2006, 08:14 AM
im so proud...i was so glad he held on for a medal :worship:

kick ass~

Scotso
03-24-2006, 08:18 AM
I think anyone who likes him at all is proud of him. :) He really skated his ass off.

Sweet4Richard
03-24-2006, 09:16 PM
Congrats Evan on your bronze medal :woohoo:

Lysacek Works for This Bronze

U.S. figure skater rises to third with a powerful routine at the world championships as most rivals flop. Lambiel wins gold and Joubert silver.
By Helene Elliott, Times Staff Writer
March 24, 2006


CALGARY, Canada — Coaxing his heart to prevail over his aching lungs and tired legs, American figure skater Evan Lysacek extracted a bronze medal from looming failure at the world championships.

U.S. champion Johnny Weir was left to extract ice chips from his chest after a hard fall shattered his last hope of salvaging a disastrous season and he finished seventh.

Lysacek, who trains in El Segundo, on Thursday made an improbable leap from seventh after the short program to third. Buoyed by a lightness of spirit, he performed a powerful routine to "Carmen" that included a quadruple-triple combination. After most of his rivals flailed and flopped, Lysacek earned his second successive world bronze medal, behind two-time winner Stephane Lambiel of Switzerland and silver medalist Brian Joubert of France.

"Last year was fun and I was the new kid on the block, and I came in and swept up a bronze like nothing. It was just fun," Lysacek said. "This year was a complete reverse of that. It was stress. It was a lot of pressure. I was very nervous. Today I just said, 'I love skating. It's been one heck of a long season. I've been to you-know-where and back between everything that's gone on and I'm going to try and put the quad out there, which is a huge hurdle, and go out and rock out.'

"It's days like these when I can relax a little bit and take a baby step back from it and say it was worth it, to just let go and enjoy it."

The 20-year-old Chicago native had a hip injury earlier this season and a bacterial infection last week. He took a hard tumble on a quadruple toe loop while warming up Thursday but kept it in his routine.

His determination and spark were reminiscent of his rally at the Turin Games, where he moved up from 10th after the short program to fourth.

"You could see his heart was in it," said his coach, Frank Carroll. "I think he has great heart. I think he needs to believe in himself more. He's not at the point yet where he really knows how good he is."

partygirl
03-24-2006, 10:20 PM
ALSO!
i think Evan has the best & one of the most respectable figuer skating costumes ever.

the black one with just a pinch of red....it looks like valentino:drool: and its charming as hell.

some of those other boys should be ashamed. :cool:

Scotso
03-24-2006, 10:41 PM
Yeah, like Lambiel :tape: wtf is that, Stephane? :o

Thanks for the article :D

jole
03-24-2006, 11:39 PM
I agree that his costumes are pretty good, comparedly especially.

Great job on getting the medal Evan, love ya. :D

Sweet4Richard
03-25-2006, 12:30 AM
ALSO!
the black one with just a pinch of red....it looks like valentino:drool: and its charming as hell.


:hearts: Its awesome and very charming as you said ;)

Scotso
03-25-2006, 01:13 AM
I do like some of the other costumes that better accentuate asses, though. ;)

Scotso
03-26-2006, 11:50 PM
Did you guys catch Evan in the Worlds Exo? :hearts:

partygirl
03-27-2006, 11:48 AM
OH GOD!

so i tune in only to realise im 45 minutes too late.
i only got to see the 2 champs skate and im royally pissed off:(

i love the exo's almost more than the competitions...
i hate espn for airing the competition over and over and over all weekend but this they can only show once & at a very odd time. :mad:

Scotso
03-27-2006, 01:31 PM
I'm sure someone will probably upload it to the web at some point ;)

Sweet4Richard
03-28-2006, 02:18 AM
I saw a piece of it at the end, but not his entire performace.
I see if there are any pictures lingering around.

Sweet4Richard
03-28-2006, 02:55 AM
http://us.news3.yimg.com/us.i2.yimg.com/p/ap/20060327/capt.cnet11703270100.world_championships_figure_sk ating_cnet117.jpg?x=227&y=345&sig=2Qi6XZsrh1o041jubu5bfQ--

Scotso
03-28-2006, 06:30 AM
Here's Evan's long program:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eM7UnkHzhh8&search=evan%20lysacek

Scotso
03-28-2006, 06:31 AM
I can't find the exo, but once I do I'll upload it so people can see it.

Sweet4Richard
04-01-2006, 07:46 PM
Some Evan photos from the World Championships:

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a37/Miss_Piggy3/57187716.jpg

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a37/Miss_Piggy3/57169324.jpg

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a37/Miss_Piggy3/57168322.jpg

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a37/Miss_Piggy3/57138547.jpg

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a37/Miss_Piggy3/57138092.jpg

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a37/Miss_Piggy3/57168672.jpg :inlove:

Scotso
04-01-2006, 11:45 PM
I don't like the first one, lol.

The second one is :drool: though :D

I'm still looking for his exhibition where I can download it :(

Fergie
04-02-2006, 04:33 AM
I don't like the first one, lol.
Me either :lol:

Thanks for the great pics! :D

Scotso
04-04-2006, 06:48 AM
Still looking for his exo. I'm a little sad his gallery hasn't updated yet.

Scotso
04-06-2006, 07:26 PM
Evan's Worlds exhibition :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SIyYe-sehU&search=evan%20lysacek

partygirl
04-06-2006, 08:07 PM
Evan's Worlds exhibition :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SIyYe-sehU&search=evan%20lysacek
yay!
thank you.

Sweet4Richard
04-06-2006, 10:10 PM
Thanks :worship:

Scotso
04-07-2006, 12:10 AM
Now I just need to find it where I can save it.

Scotso
04-15-2006, 09:25 PM
Evan was on TV today at the Marshalls International. He was adorable :D

Sweet4Richard
04-16-2006, 05:27 PM
Vote for Evan here: http://usfsa.org/readerschoice.asp

I meant to ask you on Edouard's thread, but what songs did he skate too?

Evan performed two exhibitions Tuesday at the Marshalls International Showcase in Greenville, S.C. The event marked the official end of the season.

Skating after U.S. bronze medalist Emily Hughes, Evan started the international showcase with a performance to the Italian version of "Time to Say Goodbye" by Andrea Bocelli.

"The program was an absolutely wonderful display of Evan's artistry. He knows how to use elegant music to his advantage," audience member Rose said. "I love that program."

He took a lighter approach to his other exhibition. For his second performance, Evan skated his program to "the last three songs" on his iPod.

Evan received a standing ovation for his skate.

"I have never seen such a good and such an original performance in my life," Megan said in an e-mail to Evan. "It was the most amazing thing I have ever seen."

The Marshalls International Showcase airs April 15 on ABC.

Scotso
04-16-2006, 11:17 PM
Vote for Evan here: http://usfsa.org/readerschoice.asp

I meant to ask you on Edouard's thread, but what songs did he skate too?

Uhmmmm... one was an Elvis song... the others were things I'd never heard.

I voted :worship:

Fergie
04-17-2006, 05:24 AM
Voted! :yeah:

partygirl
04-17-2006, 10:30 AM
voted.

i saw one of those 2 exhibition pieces-
the boy is flawless.

i was looking at his bio...is he a Gemini? (me too)
it also say's he is 5'11 (me too :D ) but he seems taller.

i enjoy commonalities

Scotso
04-17-2006, 06:01 PM
the boy is flawless.

I agree! :D

Scotso
04-17-2006, 06:02 PM
And I'm also a gemini :yeah:

Sweet4Richard
04-17-2006, 10:40 PM
Darn, still mad I missed the thing. :mad:

Scotso
04-18-2006, 12:47 AM
I'm sure it will eventually be uploaded SOMEWHERE. I'll have to try to find it.

Scotso
04-18-2006, 12:49 AM
I found it :p

http://s37.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=26II8SEU5JASG28BTLPKD118Z2

Scotso
04-18-2006, 12:50 AM
That forum is nice, lots of videos. Too bad they're elitist and I can't get into the Worlds forum to get the exhibitions there :sad:

Sweet4Richard
04-18-2006, 02:53 PM
Thanks so much :yeah:

star
04-18-2006, 02:56 PM
I didn't know this thread exixted! I love Evan. If he could just put two programs together back to back, he's be unbeatable. I love his line on the ice... Very sharp and defined. And he skates with such passion. It doesn't hurt that he's a gorgeous young man either. :) :)

Scotso
04-18-2006, 07:52 PM
I didn't know this thread exixted! I love Evan. If he could just put two programs together back to back, he's be unbeatable. I love his line on the ice... Very sharp and defined. And he skates with such passion. It doesn't hurt that he's a gorgeous young man either. :) :)

Word. :yeah:

16681
04-22-2006, 08:50 AM
I didn't know this thread exixted! I love Evan. If he could just put two programs together back to back, he's be unbeatable. I love his line on the ice... Very sharp and defined. And he skates with such passion. It doesn't hurt that he's a gorgeous young man either. :) :)
Yes he reminds me so much of my favorite female figure skater, Sasha Cohen. Normally she can't put two good programs together either :sad: But at least she did manage to win the U.S. National Championship this year ;)

Scotso
04-22-2006, 01:36 PM
Sasha is flipped though. She skates a great short and then blows the long. It's better to be the other way, like Evan... ending on a high note is better for your confidence and your scores.

Evan wasn't really *bad* in the short program at Worlds, just not great. He definitely needs to work on things a bit, but I think he will. Next season could be a very good one for him. :yeah:

16681
04-23-2006, 05:32 AM
Sasha is flipped though. She skates a great short and then blows the long. It's better to be the other way, like Evan... ending on a high note is better for your confidence and your scores.

Evan wasn't really *bad* in the short program at Worlds, just not great. He definitely needs to work on things a bit, but I think he will. Next season could be a very good one for him. :yeah:
I agree with what you said about both Sasha and Evan. And I hope Evan will have a great season next year :yeah: But Sasha I don't really know if she will be back next year. She just went downhill this year :sad: She started out great by winning the U.S. Nationals, but then only won the Silver at the Olympics and finished up by only winning the Bronze at the World Championships.

Scotso
04-23-2006, 02:33 PM
Sasha is just a very poor competitor. Great skater, but poor competitor.

16681
04-24-2006, 06:44 PM
Sasha is just a very poor competitor. Great skater, but poor competitor.
I agree it is like her nerves/concentration/confidence whatever will not hold up for both a short and long program. I think she will turn Pro. And I think she will be an excellent Pro skater because she won't have to worry about the judges. And Sasha loves to perform and that is what Pro figure skating is all about.

Sweet4Richard
04-24-2006, 10:34 PM
Evan performed with the Champions on Ice tour yesterday in Boston. The two performances marked the eleventh and twelfth shows of the five month tour.

"I'm not going to sugar coat this," Evan said Friday in an exclusive interview for his site. "It's the Champions on Ice tour sponsored by John Hancock. And its like the greatest thing that has happened."

The tour brings together more than 15 medalists from more than a dozen national championships, world championships and Olympic games.

"It's like a hardcore bonding session. The team is a little family now," he said. Evan has spent much of the past two weeks chatting and laughing with the other skaters.

"Champions on Ice is fun for us," he said. "It was a lot of work learning the new programs. But now that we're a couple weeks into it, its just fun. Actually, that's it, touring its just fun."

His tour program is a new exhibition with a voice over and three songs from Chris Brown, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley. The "fun mix" of songs was accidental.

"I couldn't decide what music to skate to. Lori Nichol was in Los Angeles and we were going through tons and tons of music," Evan said. "I was like borderline cardiac arrest with one day left to get a program."

"So, I pulled out my iPod and looked at the recently played songs and I improved to them," he said. "Lori said 'ok, that's a good idea. We'll use all three of them.'"

Evan worked with Nichol for much of the program. But, he put the final touches on the program at the Champions on Ice rehearsals in Fort Myers, Fla.

"The program shows my versatility," he said. The program also appeals to versatile audiences.

"Its weird because Champions on Ice has such a diverse audience. Young girls, a lot of young girls, families and a lot of older generations are out there," Evan said. "I think everyone can appreciate it [the program]."

Evan hopes fans see his program live.

"Tell my fans to come out an see me on tour," he said. "I love them and I mean I really love them. I hope they'll come to Champions on Ice to see me."

Evan has offered an incentive for fans to visit him on tour.

"I promise to make out with someone at every stop," he said. "I'm kidding but they should still come."

Champions on Ice stopped today in Long Island, N.Y. The tour stops next Saturday in East Rutherford, N.J. and Sunday in Providence, R.I.

Evan :rolls:

Scotso
04-24-2006, 11:04 PM
I think I'll go, maybe he will make out with me. :hearts:

16681
04-25-2006, 05:05 AM
Great article and thanks for posting it :) I would love to see that Tour, but I live in such a small area that the good top name Tours don't come here.

Scotso
04-25-2006, 05:13 PM
I actually think they're coming near here one week. :o

Sweet4Richard
04-25-2006, 10:51 PM
He was near me last night (and tonight again). I should of went.... :mad: Stupid school field trips.

16681
04-25-2006, 11:16 PM
He was near me last night (and tonight again). I should of went.... :mad: Stupid school field trips.
You are lucky if those big name tours come anywhere close to where you live :)

Scotso
04-26-2006, 12:51 AM
She's not lucky, she lives in NYC :p Of course everything comes there.

Sweet4Richard
04-26-2006, 03:06 AM
:o Sorry

I'm going to have to see if my teacher went to the show. I'm searching for photos and reviews online.

16681
04-26-2006, 04:20 AM
She's not lucky, she lives in NYC :p Of course everything comes there.
Thanks for the explanation and you are right everything does come to NYC. But I personally don't know if I would actually want to live there :rolleyes: Yes there is so much to do there, but also there is so much traffic, crime, etc.
It seems you can't win where I live we don't have much traffic, crime, etc., but there also isn't much to do here :shrug:

Scotso
04-26-2006, 04:24 AM
:o Sorry

I'm going to have to see if my teacher went to the show. I'm searching for photos and reviews online.

Of course he did, he's in love with Evan. :p

16681
04-26-2006, 08:21 PM
I think it is great what you have done to try to keep this Forum going until Karol can get back to tennis :) Most people would have just let the Forum die.

Scotso
04-26-2006, 09:54 PM
Well actually this thread began before the incident, but I am devoted to Karol, despite everything. I don't agree with what he may or may not have done, but I'm still his fan and won't desert him for it. ;)

Sweet4Richard
04-26-2006, 10:06 PM
That's really nice to hear KBF--- A true fan :)

I was in the city today and it was crazy. The traffic was terrible :o

Scotso
04-27-2006, 03:04 AM
Why didn't you use the subway? :p

16681
04-27-2006, 05:08 AM
Well actually this thread began before the incident, but I am devoted to Karol, despite everything. I don't agree with what he may or may not have done, but I'm still his fan and won't desert him for it. ;)
Really? That's very creative of you to put a thread in here for a figure skater. I'm glad you are standing by Karol ;)
The way testing is handled bothers me. I always wonder if someone, somewhere, somehow, couldn't alter the test :unsure:

Scotso
04-27-2006, 05:55 AM
I didn't know where else to put it. If I put it in Non-Tennis, there would be too many haters. :p

Sweet4Richard
04-27-2006, 10:33 PM
Why didn't you use the subway? :p

We did, but when we got out of the subway it was mess.

How could anyone hate Evan? :angel:

partygirl
04-27-2006, 11:07 PM
How could anyone hate Evan? :angel:
love. LOVE is all you can do.

...okay maybe WANT too. :devil:

Scotso
04-28-2006, 02:13 AM
People hate me, and thus they would hate anything I like. :p

Holy asscrack, partygirl.

16681
04-28-2006, 05:50 AM
I didn't know where else to put it. If I put it in Non-Tennis, there would be too many haters. :p
I'm very sorry about all the problems you have been having :sad: But I must say the thread works perfectly right here. ;)

16681
04-28-2006, 05:52 AM
love. LOVE is all you can do.

...okay maybe WANT too. :devil:
:lol: partygirl I wonder how much the person got paid for the picture that is in your Avatar?

Scotso
04-28-2006, 06:35 AM
I doubt it was too much, Andy does that a lot. :p

partygirl
04-28-2006, 07:56 AM
yeah probbly not enough and yes andy does that often....

funny thing is in that pic (well the giant version) you can see a guy on the otherside taking a pic at that exact moment and im such a detective i tracked it down, ive got andy covered on all sides- the back picture is hot- the front version is funny, funny.

now if i could just get such coverage of evan, but his falls don't usually result in almost graphic body part exposure- damn it.

Scotso
04-28-2006, 05:15 PM
Yeah, no Evan ass. :sad:

Sweet4Richard
04-29-2006, 04:41 AM
Yeah, no Evan ass. :sad:

You can say that again.

I am enjoying the Andy photo very much though :p

16681
04-29-2006, 04:52 AM
yeah probbly not enough and yes andy does that often....

funny thing is in that pic (well the giant version) you can see a guy on the otherside taking a pic at that exact moment and im such a detective i tracked it down, ive got andy covered on all sides- the back picture is hot- the front version is funny, funny.

now if i could just get such coverage of evan, but his falls don't usually result in almost graphic body part exposure- damn it.
Well if the front version is funny, funny I would love to see it also ;) Figure skaters don't usual have trouble with their outfits when they fall. But I have seen a few of the females skaters' strap break while they were skating, however, the other strap kept the outfits up. Probably to the disappointment of all the guys watching there and on TV :rolleyes:

16681
04-29-2006, 04:58 AM
I doubt it was too much, Andy does that a lot. :p
I have seen Andy fall a number of times while playing tennis as I watch him on TV when I can. However, maybe the TV coverage can move quick enough not to show shots like that on TV because I can't ever remember seeing one?
And I'm sure I would have remembered, if I had :p

Scotso
04-29-2006, 05:14 AM
Trust me, he does it a lot. He loves it.

Scotso
04-29-2006, 05:16 AM
You can say that again.

Yeah, no Evan ass. :sad:

Scotso
04-29-2006, 05:14 PM
Hey Kell :D

Sweet4Richard
04-29-2006, 06:46 PM
Evan is in the May 1 issue of Star magazine.

The issue features a picture of talk-show host Kelly Ripa autographing Evan's left hip at the "Skating with the Stars under the Stars'' event April 10 at the Wollman Rink in Central Park.

The event also benefited Figure Skating in Harlem, a not-for-profit organization providing opportunity and empowerment for girls in the Harlem community.

Evan was first featured in Star in March 2005. His bronze medal at the world championships earned him an "in" spot on the "In and Out" list.

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/other/starmagazine050106.jpg

Scotso
04-30-2006, 02:25 AM
Is it bad that that made me orgasm?

Scotso
04-30-2006, 02:27 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi1_002.jpg

Scotso
04-30-2006, 02:28 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_004.jpg

nctennisfan
04-30-2006, 02:45 AM
revvin' evan!

Sweet4Richard
04-30-2006, 03:40 AM
Oh, goodness those Evan photos *dies* I've think I've gone to heaven :hearts:

16681
04-30-2006, 05:48 AM
The pictures of Evan were great. He just seems to take command of the ice when he skates. I feel he is only going to get better with time ;)

Scotso
04-30-2006, 02:32 PM
He does take command. The crowds usually love him. :yeah:

Sweet4Richard
05-01-2006, 02:42 AM
I showed my friend the picture of Evan and Kelly and she noticed that he could possibly have a tattoo on his hip. If you look really closely you can see something on the skin where the pants hit. I don't know if its the lighting or the angle, but it looks like there could be a tatoo.

Sweet4Richard
05-01-2006, 02:50 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi1_001.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi1_003.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi1_004.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi1_005.jpg

Sweet4Richard
05-01-2006, 02:55 AM
http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi1_006.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi1_007.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_001.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_002.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_003.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_005.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_006.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_007.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_008.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_009.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_010.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_011.jpg

http://www.figureskatersonline.com/evanlysacek/gallery/2006coi/2006_coi2_012.jpg

Sweet4Richard
05-01-2006, 03:05 AM
I went Evan picture happy tonight :hearts:

http://www.championsonice.com/images/skaterimages/biomain_lysacek.jpg

partygirl
05-01-2006, 03:09 AM
great pics!!!

one in paticular makes me smile.:devil:

Scotso
05-01-2006, 04:18 AM
I showed my friend the picture of Evan and Kelly and she noticed that he could possibly have a tattoo on his hip. If you look really closely you can see something on the skin where the pants hit. I don't know if its the lighting or the angle, but it looks like there could be a tatoo.

The pants are just frayed.

Scotso
05-01-2006, 04:19 AM
Thanks for posting all the pictures :yeah: :D

16681
05-01-2006, 07:12 AM
He does take command. The crowds usually love him. :yeah:
Oh yes you can tell the crowds really love him. A lot of times you can tell they are upset with the scores Evan has been given. And I think they are right :yeah:

16681
05-01-2006, 07:16 AM
The pictures are wonderful :cool: Thanks for posting them :)

Scotso
05-02-2006, 12:36 AM
More pics. In undies. And out. ;)

Sweet4Richard
05-02-2006, 02:47 AM
The pants are just frayed.

Darn :o I was hoping that it was a tattoo.


Oh and after looking at these photos it has occured to me that Evan had a lot of 'junk in his trunk' something I've never noticed before :lol:

Scotso
05-02-2006, 04:59 AM
Really? I think his ass is more on the small side. But, the fact that he's so skinny makes it look bigger I suppose. Still, I wouldn't mind having it planted on my face.

And I don't like tattoos. :p

16681
05-02-2006, 05:35 AM
Darn :o I was hoping that it was a tattoo.


Oh and after looking at these photos it has occured to me that Evan had a lot of 'junk in his trunk' something I've never noticed before :lol:
I'm sure that area of Evan's body has to be well developed as it is important in his ability to do all the jumps he does
so well :)

partygirl
05-02-2006, 05:50 AM
im wondering what his ethnic background is?

Scotso
05-02-2006, 06:44 AM
Lysacek definitely sounds Eastern European.

Scotso
05-02-2006, 06:44 AM
I'm sure that area of Evan's body has to be well developed as it is important in his ability to do all the jumps he does
so well :)

True, but strength of muscles isn't necessarily relative to size. Plus, his legs are a lot skinnier than say Brian Joubert's, but he still manages to do the same jumps.

partygirl
05-02-2006, 06:59 AM
Lysacek definitely sounds Eastern European.
i was thinking jewish....but i have noticed a lot of hottness out of eastern european countries if not just in gay porn.

:lick:

Scotso
05-02-2006, 07:10 AM
Ah ha! Women DO watch gay porn!

He does look a little Jewish, with the hair and the big nose.

partygirl
05-02-2006, 07:58 AM
Ah ha! Women DO watch gay porn!

He does look a little Jewish, with the hair and the big nose.
love his big bushy head...

and of course we watch gay porn- it's all about the hot guys.
i don't know any chicks who are not into that actually.

Scotso
05-02-2006, 05:07 PM
:yeah:

16681
05-03-2006, 04:01 AM
True, but strength of muscles isn't necessarily relative to size. Plus, his legs are a lot skinnier than say Brian Joubert's, but he still manages to do the same jumps.
You're right it is muscle strength that is needed. But the looks depends on a lot of things. Like you mention his legs being smaller than Joubert's, but how tall is Evan and how tall is Joubert? The taller a person is I think it is more likely they will have smaller legs than someone who is short. I don't know how well that statement of mine would hold up if someone did a study on that matter :unsure: But I do know I'm short and I don't think my legs are skinny.

Scotso
05-03-2006, 04:04 AM
I think they're about the same height. Evan looks tall because he's so skinny but he isn't THAT tall.

16681
05-03-2006, 04:05 AM
im wondering what his ethnic background is?
I'm sure you could do an internet search on Evan and find out a lot about him. Myself I don't care. I just think he is a wonderful skater ;)

16681
05-03-2006, 04:09 AM
love his big bushy head...

and of course we watch gay porn- it's all about the hot guys.
i don't know any chicks who are not into that actually.
Sorry you now know one. I'm just not into porn at all-gay/straight it just isn't for me. But if others are interested in it that doesn't bother me at all :cool:

Scotso
05-03-2006, 04:11 AM
Porn is fun at times. :p But watching hot people who don't have sex for money is sexier, even if they're clothed.

partygirl
05-03-2006, 06:13 AM
Sorry you now know one. I'm just not into porn at all-
:)

Scotso
05-03-2006, 07:02 AM
I wonder if Evan would consider doing porn. :D

partygirl
05-03-2006, 11:37 AM
http://www.freesmileys.org/emo/sex011.gif...don't go there.

Scotso
05-03-2006, 05:40 PM
lmao! :D

Sweet4Richard
05-03-2006, 09:26 PM
Oh man... I'm gone for a day and I come back to read about Evan and porn.... What else is new? :lol:

To be honest, when I first saw Evan I thought he was European and that's mainly why I first took note. So to me he looks European. As mentioned above, maybe eastern European. I don't know though.... I'm horrible with nationalities.

16681
05-04-2006, 12:31 AM
http://www.freesmileys.org/emo/sex011.gif...don't go there.
:haha: :haha: :haha: :lol:

16681
05-04-2006, 12:33 AM
Oh man... I'm gone for a day and I come back to read about Evan and porn.... What else is new? :lol:

To be honest, when I first saw Evan I thought he was European and that's mainly why I first took note. So to me he looks European. As mentioned above, maybe eastern European. I don't know though.... I'm horrible with nationalities.
It's nice for me to know that someone else thought the same thing--I also thought he was from Europe. I was delighted to find out he was an American skater ;)

Scotso
05-04-2006, 01:41 AM
Well I first saw him years ago at the US Nationals... so I obviously knew where he was from. ;)

16681
05-04-2006, 05:55 AM
Well I first saw him years ago at the US Nationals... so I obviously knew where he was from. ;)
Dead give away right :yeah: I honestly can't remember where I first saw him, but it wasn't at the U.S. Nationals or I would have known where he was from :p One day when I'm not so lazy I think I will look Evan up on the Internet and see what I can find out about him.

Scotso
05-04-2006, 09:03 AM
You will find out that he is a God. :p

16681
05-04-2006, 06:42 PM
You will find out that he is a God. :p
:haha: :haha: :haha: You know I really like coming here to talk about Evan, but what I think I like most is that people leave you alone here :) There are some people that aren't very nice here on the MTF and I'm always glad to find somewhere that it is nice :) :worship:

partygirl
05-04-2006, 07:48 PM
I love that this thread is so happening in the off season. :)