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Re: Figure Skater: Tai Babilonia

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  • multiracialbookclub
    Here is another photo of Tai Babilonia and Randy Gardner from back when they were ice-skating partners. [photo] Source:
    Message 1 of 3 , Feb 28, 2007
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      Here is another photo of Tai Babilonia
      and Randy Gardner from back when
      they were ice-skating partners.


      photo


      Source:
      http://www.pairsonice.net/profileview.php?pid=2



      In Generation-Mixed@yahoogroups.com,
      "tlbaker" <tlbaker@...> wrote
      :



      she looks good, has aged well.



      From: Generation-Mixed@yahoogroups.com
      On Behalf Of multiracialbookclub
      Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 12:25 AM
      To: Generation-Mixed@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [Generation-Mixed] Figure Skater: Tai Babilonia




      FIGURE SKATER:

      TAI BABILONIA

       

      Tai Reina Babilonia (born September 22,
      1959) is a U.S. figure skater and the former
      skating partner of of Randy Gardner.


      covertai.jpg (22260 bytes)


      Their coach was John Nicks.

      The pair won the gold medal at the 1979
      World Figure Skating Championships.

      They were medal favorites at the 1980
      Olympics but were forced to withdraw
      due to an injury to Gardner .

      While skating as a professional, Babilonia
      became addicted to drugs and alcohol.

      After receiving treatment, she
      eventually returned to the ice.

      More recently, Babilonia appeared in the
      2006 FOX television program "Skating
      with Celebrities", partnered with Olympic
      Gold Medalist (decathalon) B


      Picture of Tai with Bruce Jenner


      A book, entitled, "Forever Two as One"
      has been written by Tia and Randy
      covering their years as skating partners.






      SOURCE:

      http://www.tv.com/tai-babilonia/person/43200/biography.html
      http://www.taibabilonia.com/bio1.html
      http://www.taibabilonia.com/links.html

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