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Thursday, November 02, 2006


Three-time men's world figure skating champion Elvis Stojko didn't think it right that at just 34 years old he was going into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame.

But after a few days to think it over, Stojko came to the realization that the honour came exactly at the right time.

"I had decided this past spring to retire completely from skating," he said yesterday at the Royal York Hotel, where the induction ceremony took place.

"I hadn't told anybody (about retiring) so when I got the call from the Hall in August, I thought, 'it was the right time,' " he said.

More from The Toronto Sun, here.

And here is an interview I did with him back in 2005.


  • At November 02, 2006 7:16 AM, Anonymous said…

    I have already been missing Elvis
    and am sorry to see him retire. I like the way he retired though: no fanfare; he just stopped.

    It will be interesting to see how far he goes with his music/acting career.

  • At November 02, 2006 10:55 PM, elvisisugly said…

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  • At November 04, 2006 10:29 PM, Anonymous said…

    I wish he was still skating.I hope he does well in his singing career.And Elvis disser you need to get a life.


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