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There’s a difference between feeling nervous and feeling: “I’m not worthy of taking the ice.” SM: It’s crazy. There was a lot of talk about Olympic athletes and just the word “Olympic” would make me feel numb, physically sick. Once we were in the Village and had gone through a few practices, that was the best I’d felt. Q: SM: The Olympics was better than anything we’d imagined, and then winning Worlds was awesome. Q: SM: I think what we’ve learned is that it’s not just the hours, but what you’re doing during those hours. TV: It didn’t take us long to figure out, looking around when we were 12 and every other team was fighting and yelling at each other, that that’s not a productive way to train. We both go out there and give 100 per cent, maybe that’s why we don’t have those problems.
In the summer I was having lows that I didn’t expect. We’re both perfectionists, and we’re both very competitive. We’re constantly saying, “Oh my God, we’ve just been thrown into the business world.” TV: Leading into the Olympics you have everyone behind you, you have all this love, the whole world is helping you along.
SM: It’s completely different in the men’s dressing room. After the Worlds, we knew we weren’t done, that we wanted to skate and compete more, but I don’t know if that feeling will change after this year.
It’s kind of funny, because we don’t have a marriage, but that really helped in that time when I didn’t understand why we didn’t understand each other.
Q: How do you cope with the fact that people have a great desire to see you as a romantic couple?
It wasn’t until I met the new team doctor at our national team skating camp and she suggested I do some follow-up testing in Edmonton that we realized surgery was even an option.
We considered, briefly, postponing it until after the season, but whenever we take the ice we always want to be at our best, and I think the last two years, training in that pain, I haven’t felt that.Even walking in as a 13-year-old with 21-year-old men in the room, it wasn’t really that intimidating. TV: We wanted to take this year just to be open to the whole thing, and then at the end of the year, take our bodies’ temperatures, see if we have that internal drive.