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“We started dating after we began skating together, and it works really well because we have the same goals and aspirations,” Buckland says.

“People are surprised because we work and live together, but we get on so well it makes training so easy.”Americans Marissa Castelli, 23, and Simon Shnapir, 26, considered splitting up after their fifth-place finish at the 2012 U. Championships, but a frank talk from their coach (and a few deep breaths) had them going all-in ever since.

They’ve been through everything from big wins and disappointing losses to nagging injuries, so it makes sense that they’re committed—to their sport.

“Skating takes up such a huge part of my time and energy, I don't really have many friends outside of the sport!

"This is a gross mistake by the judges," Plushenko's wife, Yana Rudkovskaya, told the Russia-24 television network.

“Everybody hurts.” Plushenko even suggested that he might compete in the next Winter Games four years from now. On the strength of his remaining talents, it had been hard for him even to make it into these Olympics.The Russian skater said his opening with a tricky quadruple-triple toeloop was not adequately scored by the judges who instead gave better marks to Lysacek though he did not include a quadruple jump in his programme.Plushenko, who has won both Olympic gold and silver medals previously in men's figure skating, and who was favoured to take gold in Vancouver, said he may retire from competitive skating following his second-place finish.But four days later, when it came time for him to perform in the men's singles, he skated up to the judges booth after a warm-up and told them he couldn't go on.With that, Team Russia's chances of a gold dropped to zero in the event where it has long been dominant.

“Everybody hurts.” Plushenko even suggested that he might compete in the next Winter Games four years from now. On the strength of his remaining talents, it had been hard for him even to make it into these Olympics.The Russian skater said his opening with a tricky quadruple-triple toeloop was not adequately scored by the judges who instead gave better marks to Lysacek though he did not include a quadruple jump in his programme.Plushenko, who has won both Olympic gold and silver medals previously in men's figure skating, and who was favoured to take gold in Vancouver, said he may retire from competitive skating following his second-place finish.But four days later, when it came time for him to perform in the men's singles, he skated up to the judges booth after a warm-up and told them he couldn't go on.With that, Team Russia's chances of a gold dropped to zero in the event where it has long been dominant.And even though they exhibit obvious chemistry when the skates are on, the two aren’t an item.