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Philippe Candeloro
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Figure Skater
    (February 17, 1972- )
    Born in Courbevoie, France
    Bronze medalist at Winter Olympics (1994, 1998)
    Captain Sheng in ‘Reflections on Ice: Michelle Kwan Skates to the Music of Disney's Mulan (1998)’
    He stole one of his first pairs of skates — later paid for by his mother.
    A broken leg dashed his bid to compete at the Albertville Olympics (1992).
    Many of his long programs had a heavy emphasis on flamboyant characters (for example, Conan or D’Artagnan).
    His signature move, where he spins as he drops into a kneel, is no longer allowed in amateur competition.
    He likened the value of Shizuka Arakawa’s gold medal performance (2006) to ‘a bowl of rice.’ The Japanese ambassador to France wasn’t aware he made the comment.
    He had only one first-place finish at the 1997 French National Championships.
    He was born to an Italian mason.
    As a youngster, he played for his village’s hockey team.
    He was a fan of action heroes.
    He gave new meaning to ‘exhibition’ performances by doing some gala shows without a shirt or undershirt on.
    He went on to become a sports journalist.

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