Based on the results of the 2009 European Championships, each country was allowed between one and three entries per discipline.
If there's something this man can't do, I can't think of it. Before we get to the interview, I've got to tell you my Brian Orser story if you haven't heard it yet.
In 2007, Canadian Nationals were here in Halifax and there was some GREAT skating that year. That's what I thought at least until I started blogging...
In between the pairs and men's free skates I think, my friend Jason and I were walking along the top of the rink and I saw Brian standing there standing talking to someone and me (forever the extrovert) just barged over to introduce myself. He couldn't have been any nicer about the whole thing and I totally got him to autograph my ticket. At any rate, Brian and I connected when he was in Japan putting together a show for Yuzuru Hanyu with Jeffrey Buttle and I can't thank him enough for taking the time to do this interview. : Q: Two Olympic silver medals, the world title in 1987, three Skate Canada titles, eight consecutive Canadian titles, nearly twenty years with Stars On Ice and one of the most impressive professional careers in the business. when I won my first senior Canadian title in 1981 in Halifax was a turning point and launched me on to the world scene.
The event was held at the Saku Suurhall Arena in Tallinn, Estonia from 18 to 24 January 2010.
The competition was open to skaters from European ISU member nations who had reached the age of 15 before 1 July 2009.