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What they’re saying: U.S. figure skaters on Twitter

SarahHughesNY: “Whooaaa, just bumped into Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. Didn’t mention he was in our Christmas card one year…” (Sarah Hughes, 2002 Olympic gold medalist and sister of Emily Hughes, who is competing this year in Senior Ladies)

Kiksmclaughlin: “I may win, I may lose, but I will NEVER be defeated.” (Keauna McLaughlin, Senior Pairs)

Jeremyabbottpcf: “Back in Mi. See you all in Spokane again this weekend! Thanks for all the support and love! :D” (Jeremy Abbott, Senior Men)

AshWagner2010: “These hotel rooms are huge – the bathroom is the size of my room at home!” (Ashley Wagner, Senior Ladies)

JohnnyGWeir: “Vancouver here I come. Thank God. Thank you to all my fans and I promise to show better skating at the Olympics!” (Johnny Weir, Senior Men)

Compiled from Twitter feed at passporttogold2010.com.
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