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No Fear

Documentary series following young ice skaters. Josh and Kloe are preparing for the biggest competition on the British calendar.


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I came to skate and to go to school because in

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Russia, you only go skating.

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First British championship, silver medal.

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Very happy.

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I'm quite nervous about having pucks launched at me.

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I'm probably going to die.

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Oh!

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Destiny put ice hockey aside for another scary challenge.

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So, this is it. Can't back out now.

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-We are going to do it, OK?

-Yes.

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It is really tough, and it's like against the best people in England.

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I'm with you, OK? Come on, Joshy.

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And Josh and Kloe take on their toughest battle yet.

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I don't want to watch any of the other girls,

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but obviously, I'm going to be here to watch Josh.

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It's halfway through the nerve-racking competition season.

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All around the rink, our ice stars are hard at work...

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Keep arms higher!

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..including figure skaters Josh and Kloe.

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I'm in a rush.

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It's really hard when I come from college and I literally have ten minutes

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to get here, and it is hard to get my brain, like, into the skating stuff.

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On the ice, I have to concentrate on everything 100%,

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not just to do well, but just to not injure myself.

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Concentration is everything,

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as they are training for the British Championships.

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Maybe I need a little more speed there.

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The British championship is the most important competition in the season.

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Every element, every jump, every spin,

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every step has to be absolutely ideal without any small mistakes.

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At the British Championships last year,

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Kloe skated her way into the top ten.

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And Josh put in the performance of his life and won gold.

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I'm the junior national champion.

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I have to wait for it to sink in, but...

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So this year, he is returning to defend his title.

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For me, this season,

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the most important thing for myself is just showing people

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that I am still improving, and that I am here for the long run.

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I'm not just a one-time skater.

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Starting from here, and you did just here, straight out.

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-But I'm letting go.

-You should be... OK, fine, three and a half.

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And Kloe has her sights on a podium position.

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Before this season, I thought myself,

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"This season I want to do more, I want to do bigger things."

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With the competition just days away, it's time for a team talk.

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-Can you believe that the British is this week?

-No, it's crazy.

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I know, I can still remember last year.

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Thinking about it, I get really nervous and I hate it.

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I've been working on, like, the mental side,

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managing your nerves and the way that you don't get out of control.

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Nerves are something Josh knows all about.

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Despite winning at the British last year,

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the pressure got too much for him at Junior Worlds

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and in his second skate, he didn't perform well at all.

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But this year, he has got a secret weapon to help him keep his nerve under control.

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I see a sports psychologist and talking to her about if the

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first jump goes wrong in the programme, how do you come back from

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that and making sure it doesn't affect the rest of the programme.

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I think nerves are one of those things that if you don't know how to

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manage it, it can really affect your skating.

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-Oh, yes.

-Sometimes just like bottling them in can be worse.

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Josh is keen to teach Kloe a new technique for keeping calm and stress-free.

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-We're just going to pray that we're going to skate good.

-Pray?!

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Well, not pray, just meditate.

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What we do? I don't know how to meditate.

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Close your eyes and breathe in, a really big breathe in like...

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-HE INHALES DEEPLY

-Then just let it all out.

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That was great.

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We should do this with every practice.

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Destiny was lucky enough to win a skating scholarship

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when her class were given a try-out at the rink.

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One of your pupils has been talent ID-ed. Who could it be?

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Destiny!

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Since then, she has practised really hard,

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and has risen up the ranks in her bid to become a netminder.

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Great job, Destiny.

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But Charlie hitting pucks at her isn't the only scary challenge

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she's taken on.

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I heard of a charity called the Little Princess Trust

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and they take hair and make it into a wig

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for children who have an illness which has caused

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them to lose their hair.

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I think this is a great idea.

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I decided to cut my hair off because when they make it into a wig,

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I'm going to make a little girl very happy.

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Destiny is going to Bristol to meet a famous Hollywood wig-maker.

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Peter makes wigs for the stars of films like Pirates Of The Caribbean,

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Star Wars and The Hobbit.

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He also makes them for children who have lost their hair due to illnesses like cancer.

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I wig an awful lot of people in the movies I make.

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I like working with wigs, I always have done.

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All the hair is prepared here, processed,

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the wigs are made upstairs and then they are sent out all over the world.

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So Destiny is coming here to have her hair cut off.

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She's going to be donating it, so it can be put towards making

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a wig for someone going through cancer treatment and has lost their own hair.

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I know this is a very, very important thing.

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I think she is fantastically brave for doing this.

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It's the day of the British Championships.

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Figure skaters from all over the country are getting ready to battle

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it out in Sheffield.

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And Kloe has arrived early to warm up.

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Being back at the British is always nerve-racking

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but at the same time, very exciting.

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It's fun to be back.

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Skaters have to forget everything that they did last year.

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This is a new year, a new championship.

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Previous years, overall, I came sixth.

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I want to improve that.

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This year, I want to get a personal best.

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Easy, you know, that's what I needed there. All right?

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I have more difficult jumps,

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and also my spin levels are set higher.

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It is really tough, and it is like against the best people in England.

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Uh-huh. I need one more, and then enough.

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As Kloe warms up at the rink for the biggest skate of her season,

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Josh is preparing in a very different way with one last call

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to his sports psychologist.

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-Hi, Josh.

-Hiya.

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How's it going?

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-It's going good, thank you.

-When you actually get nervous, Josh,

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where do you feel it?

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Something I've noticed is that I can get a really dry throat.

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So that sounds like it's your body tensing...

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-Yes.

-..between the warm-up and actually when you get on.

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Remember to plug yourself to the headset.

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-Yes.

-You were going to have a playlist as well going, weren't you, for that?

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Yes, just putting my headphones on and listening to those,

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and just getting in the zone

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and not thinking about what's going to happen, just letting it happen.

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You have no control on how well they do something,

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or even what's in their programme,

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but you do have control over how well you do something.

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-Yes.

-And you know your programme inside out,

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and you know it has been running well, and you know you can do it.

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As if the stress of a big petition wasn't enough,

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Kloe has suffered a setback.

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Two days ago when I woke up, my leg really started to hurt, like,

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I couldn't really do any rotations or anything on the ice.

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Then I told Gurgen and I was like, "Should I even get on the ice?

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"Because I didn't feel like I could do much."

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And then he was, like, "Well, we don't have long until the British."

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Are you OK with like, hurt?

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Hurt?

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OK.

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I've never really had a pain like this before.

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The first time I felt the pain, it was worrying me because of the British,

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I knew I had two days.

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It's not very ideal that I haven't been able to do all the jumps from my programme.

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I'm just trying not to think about it

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and to just concentrate on my skate.

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Kloe will have to dig deep to stop her injury impacting on her

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performance, now just moments away.

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Pre-competition nerves have been and gone for Russian figure skater Elena.

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I found the ladybirds on my window.

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Wow!

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-They came to say good morning to you.

-Yes.

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A few weeks back, she won silver at the British Championships.

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But today, she has something very different to worry about.

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Fly, fly, fly.

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Elena has just started a new school.

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She is going to give a presentation

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and is really keen to impress her new would-be friends.

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Elena, breakfast, come on.

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Wow, that looks amazing.

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-Thank you.

-You're welcome.

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Well, we have the Russian breakfast right now.

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Strawberry, kiwi, and your favourite vanilla double ice cream.

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I feel a bit nervous about what the children are going to ask me.

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It is different because when I'm skating I know what I need to do.

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I'm sure you'll be fine.

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Her mum may be confident,

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but for Elena, standing in front of her class at her new school

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will take nerves of steel.

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-Have a good day.

-Thank you, Mum.

-You will be fine.

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Good luck with your presentation.

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-Thanks.

-OK. Be good.

-Bye.

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Well, boys and girls, it's not very often that we find in our form a

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world-class athlete.

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But you are the lucky ones.

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This morning, Elena is going to tell us a little bit about her life as an

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ice skater.

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Elena, when did you first start skating?

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I started skating when I was very young.

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I was only three years old.

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Three years old?

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Yes. I saw it on TV and I asked Mum if I could try it,

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but she said no, that I was too small, and I started crying.

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At last she said yes.

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What are your ambitions as a skater?

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First the Junior Worlds, then the Senior Olympics,

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and then the Senior World.

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This is a medal from the British championship.

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It is silver.

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Can you tell us about your dress?

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My dress is peppermint colour.

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It's really good and sparkly.

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What if you fell over, do you worry about falling over?

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No. I don't worry about falling over.

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How many times have you fallen over?

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A thousand times.

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Thank you very much indeed, Elena. Well done. Thank you.

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The presentation went really well.

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I didn't mess up any English,

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and I still prefer skating.

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How many medals have you won?

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-Uh...

-Millions?

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-No.

-34 medals.

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-What?

-No, 23 medals.

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I made a lot of new friends since I came to England,

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and they are really nice.

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Hypnotise someone with your medals.

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In Sheffield, the British Championships

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are in full swing, and Josh has arrived to defend his title.

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Coming in as the reigning title holder of the Junior category,

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I really want to just skate the best I can and achieve the best that I

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know I can do.

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My programmes are actually so much harder and more difficult this year.

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I have got the triple triple in there,

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and all my other triples are so much harder and stronger,

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and my spins are more difficult.

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But his first job is to support best friend Kloe,

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who is about to complete.

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We have to be in peak condition here. We have to really focus.

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The week prior, Kloe injured her leg

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and mentally it can really affect you,

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and I just hope she will be able to do what she has been doing all the time.

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You are always told from a young age,

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no matter how much pain you are feeling for those two, three,

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four minutes you are on the ice, just forget all of that and you just

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do what you need to do to get the job done.

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Kloe is about to come on now,

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so I'm starting to feel a little bit nervous and sick.

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Hopefully she will be in the zone and she'll be ready to complete.

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In that corridor when you are waiting,

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I know that she won't have been thinking about her leg.

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She would have been focusing on all the things she needed to in order to

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skate her best.

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Look.

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Three turn, back, boom. Second, boom. All elements like last. Go.

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# I can hold my breath

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# I can bite my tongue

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# Being number one

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# I can do it

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# I can do it

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-# But I'm only human...

-GASPS

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# And I bleed when I fall down

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# I'm only human

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# And I crash and I break down

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# Your words in my head, knives in my heart

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# You build me up and I fall apart

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# Cos I'm only human

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# I can do it

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# I'll get through it

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# But I'm only human

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# And I bleed when I fall down

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# I'm only human

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# And I crash and I break down

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# Your words in my head, knives in my heart

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# You build me up and I fall apart

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# Cos I'm only human. #

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It wasn't her best, but I'm really proud of her not giving up,

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and just really trying her best all the way through.

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-GURGEN:

-OK, I'm going to the ring to warm up Josh, OK, Klo?

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Oh, dear.

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Those falls mean she slipped out of the top ten and into 11th place.

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I just finished my programme

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and it was certainly not what I wanted to do.

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I made...

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Almost all my jumps, I made a mistake on.

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It is just so hard because...

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..I have been doing really good programmes in practice.

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I basically just wasted everything.

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It's just so hard to, like,

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carry on skating when you know you have done two jumps and you have

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the whole programme left to do.

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So I was just kind of worried about everything after that.

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I went into every jump just scared, even though I know I can do them.

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It is just so hard, and I know I have trained so hard for this.

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I feel like I'm wasting my time when

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I skate like this.

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Everybody has bad days,

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and today was Kloe's.

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But she is not running home,

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she still has her best friend to support.

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I don't want to watch any of the other girls...

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..but obviously, I'm going to be here to watch Josh.

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It is time for Destiny to say goodbye to her hair.

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She is off to see a famous Hollywood wig-maker.

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Today, I'm going to have my hair cut off by Peter King.

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I'm kind of nervous to get my hair cut because I kind of like it.

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Peter King makes wigs for the Teenage Cancer Trust,

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and he also does hair and make-up for Hollywood.

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My friends think it's crazy that I'm going to do this.

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One of them kept on trying to persuade me not to.

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-Well, it looks like we're nearly there. Are you nervous?

-Yes.

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-Hi there, you.

-Hello.

-Hi, come on in.

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Let's go and talk about what we are going to do today.

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Destiny, let's have a look at your hair.

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Turn round, let's have a look.

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I mean, that's fantastic. How long have you been growing this?

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-For about a year.

-I reckon we will be able to get quite a good length off that.

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And it's in nice, natural condition, which is really nice when you are making a wig for someone.

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You are doing this for a charity. How much have you raised so far?

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-About £320.

-That's fantastic.

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The thing that you are doing is so good,

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and the wonderful thing about hair is that it grows again.

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Come with me and I'm going to show you some of the wigs that have been

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made for other people in our little wig store.

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Now, these wigs have all been made for different films.

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That's Phantom Of The Opera. That's Captain Hook from Pan.

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-Let's see what I look like with blonde hair.

-OK, let's pop this on.

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Look at that. Now you have got blonde hair.

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I could be Luna Lovegood with blonde hair like this.

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Look at that! That's so long. That looks great actually.

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Look, these are all the heads of all the people we have made wigs for.

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Why do you need to know about the heads?

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Every single person has a different head shape.

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They are not made out of stretchy material, so they have to fit.

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We do one hair at a time, so it acts like your hair.

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So, this is what will happen to your hair. So, that's how we make it.

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Let's go downstairs and chop your hair off.

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Now my hair is going to get cut off.

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Goodbye, hair. I'll miss you.

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While I was sat there in the chair, waiting for Peter to cut my hair,

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I was feeling kind of nervous.

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I was wondering what it would look like,

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and at times, I did want to back out of it.

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Look. Your hair is down to here.

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It's long, but I didn't realise it was actually that long.

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-All right, then. Are you ready?

-Yes.

-You're OK?

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-Yes.

-So, this is it. Can't back out now.

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-We're going to do it, OK?

-Yes.

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Here we go.

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-Look.

-Wow, that's a lot of hair.

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It is a lot of hair and that's going to make someone else really, really happy.

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OK? And now I'm going to cut your hair properly. OK?

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It feels kind of nice to think someone else will be using my hair.

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Some people, they might think having no hair is probably the worst thing

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that could happen, but now they've got mine.

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I hope they look after my hair, though!

0:21:510:21:53

I really like my new hair, thanks.

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Well, it looks great. It looks lovely.

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I don't think many other girls in my class would do this

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because they all really like their hair.

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I know. You are right, we should try to encourage more girls to do it.

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-Yes.

-That would be good.

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I was nervous when I had my hair cut off, but it wasn't as bad,

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compared to having pucks shot at me

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because my hair will eventually grow back.

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-Thank you very much.

-Good luck with everything you do, keep raising the money.

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See you soon. Bye. Bye-bye.

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I'm glad I've done it

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because I am going to make someone feel a lot better

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now that they have got longer hair.

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Back in Sheffield, after Kloe's disappointing skate,

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all hopes of success rest on Josh's shoulders.

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His family are here to cheer him on.

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So, Josh, one lap, one backspin, two axel and then triples.

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And Kloe has pulled herself together to support him, too.

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One of the main things I've been doing a lot is just putting my headphones on

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and listening to my music, you know, getting myself into my own zone.

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Josh really needs to keep focused.

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Not only must he block out his best friend's pain,

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but his skating rival Graham is about to perform.

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This year it will be very difficult. There will be a big fight.

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But I think he can control his nerves.

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OK, this is Graham.

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Graham pulls out all the stops.

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And put in a flawless performance.

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Time for Josh to get out there and defend his title.

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Graham was really good, definitely really high scores.

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Josh is on to skate next,

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and I'm really nervous.

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Try not to think about anybody, OK?

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Come on. I'm with you, OK? Come on, Joshy.

0:24:070:24:10

# Watch these times go by

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# Left my smile inside

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# Oh, oh, oh

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# Wasted time on it

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# Broken promises

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# Nothing's worth of it

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# Watch me as I fly, with nothing on my mind

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# Send this sky run deep

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# Don't lose faith in me

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# Hold on, hold on

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# So, tell me how you feel now

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# Will you know what's real now?

0:24:430:24:46

# Oh oh oh ooh ooh

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# Oh oh oh ooh ooh

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# Oh oh oh ooh ooh

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# Oh oh oh... #

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-JOSH:

-When you fall on a jump like that in a competition,

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especially at the British, you know, you lose momentum

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and you kind of know within yourself

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that that's it, you aren't going to win now.

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And you are just battling for second.

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# Oh oh oh ooh ooh

0:25:140:25:18

# Watch me as I fly with nothing on my mind

0:25:180:25:21

# Oh oh oh ooh ooh

0:25:210:25:24

# Oh oh oh ooh ooh

0:25:240:25:26

# Oh oh oh ooh ooh

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# Oh oh oh. #

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When the music stops, you know that's it.

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All the emotions of the programme kind of flood through.

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That's the hardest thing, acting as if you're OK when inside all you

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want to do is start again.

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I'm really proud of Josh because he did really well.

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It's quite a cruel sport.

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You do one thing wrong, and you know you are out of the picture.

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OK.

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That is another lesson again.

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-TANNOY:

-Graham.

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So, Graham has taken the gold medal.

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Josh's slip has cost him the silver as well.

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It is third place for Josh in a gruelling British championship.

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If he skated as well as he can to date, he had a chance of winning it.

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So he will be frustrated at that.

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I was on the podium and most people would be happy with that,

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but I think when you are the winner from last year,

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and you have such high expectations, you know,

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you just want to do the best you can and we would not be an athlete if we

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didn't want to win every competition we went to.

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It definitely makes me hungrier to skate better next time.

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Sometimes things just don't fall into place.

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Even for our ice stars.

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And, at moments like this,

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the only thing to do is find your best friend...

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-Are you OK?

-Yes. I'm fine.

-Good.

-Let's go.

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Let's get out of here.

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..have a hug from your family...

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..and know that tomorrow will be a different day.

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MUSIC: Shake It Off by Taylor Swift

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-BOTH:

-# Got nothing in my brain

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# That's what people say

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# Ooh, ooh, ooh

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# Shake it off, shake it off... #

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That was good.

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If she gets on, I think it's one of the most exciting things

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that can happen.

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So let's find out. Oh, God! Load, load, load.

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Oh, come on. Load!

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Competition season is in full swing and Josh and Kloe are preparing for the biggest competition on the British calendar. While Josh does all he can to calm his nerves, Kloe suffers an injury during practice and things are not looking good. Newly arrived Russian skater Elena may have sailed through her first competitions in the UK but can she overcome her fears and give a talk to her new classmates about her skating skills? And Destiny braves a different sort of blade when she decides to have all her hair cut off for charity.