Carlo Janka from Swiss

Carlo Janka sends his message to the people of Japan. 日本国民の皆さんがこの苦しみの時を勇気と力をもって闘いぬかれることを願っています。 カルロ ヤンカ(スイス) 2010バンクーバーオリンンピック 金メダリスト   share with your friends Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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Aksel Lund Svindal from Norway

Aksel Lund Svindal sends his message to the people of Japan. 私、そして世界中が、被災地、日本国民のみなさんのことを思っています。 アクセル スビンダル(ノルウェー) 2010バンクーバーオリンピック 金銀銅メダリスト     share with your friends Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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Akira Sasaki Update

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Bojan Krizaj from Slovenia

Bojan Križaj I had met many business people and athletes in Japan after my racing career. I learned most about they sincerity when our former country was falling apart. Besides daily phone calls they were also offering me a place to stay in Japan if required. I was moved. That is why I now worry about everyone I know and everyone affected by this. I can only hope the situation settles as quickly as...

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Update from Akira

Dear Skiers: It’s been 4 days since I’ve been home. In that time, I experienced a magnetite 4.0. It feels like I’m constantly on a boat. The rocking motion feels like you’re a drunken sailor. I walked around Tokyo and it’s no longer the Tokyo I knew. It’s dark and the food is gone from the store shelves. I never imagined Tokyo could be this dark. Surprisingly conveniences we’ve all been used to are no longer there. 24 hour service stations are no longer open all day. Grocery store shelves have very little to offer. All this change opens your eyes to...

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Jure Franko from Slovenia

Jure Yuri Franko After 20 years of working and living in Japan, it is as though this catastrophe hit my own hometown. The courage and the strength our Japanese friends are showing us is simply unbelievable. Keep safe and well! You are an example to all of...

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Pernilla Wiberg from Sweden

Pernilla Wiberg Nagano and Morioka. Two Japanese ski stations that meant a lot to my skiing career. Nagano Winter Olympic Games 1998; silver medal in downhill. Morioka Alpine World Championships 1993; I was at home watching the other racers at four o´clock in the morning, because my achilles tendon was broken… Japanese people are strong! I know you will finally overcome this devastation that has happened to your country. You have many friends from all over the world who sends you lots of energy! One world, one...

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Jean Pierre Chatellard from France

Jean Pierre Chatellard I was coaching the Japaneze national team for several years ,and from the beginning I felt in love with the contry also with the people .My heart was broken when I heard about this desaster .All of us skiers, we ‘re behend to bring as much support as possible Jean Pierre...

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Benjamin Raich from Austria

    大きな力を持って、日本の皆さんが良き方向へ向かうことを信じています。 我々はいつも皆さんと一緒です。 ベンジャミン ライヒ(オーストリア) 2006 トリノオリンピック 金メダル share with your friends Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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Lindsey Vonn from USA

私たちは被災地、日本国民のみなさんのことを思い、そして祈っています。 リンジー ボン (アメリカ) 2010バンクーバーオリンピック 金メダリスト 2008.2009.2010 ワールドカップ女子総合優勝 share with your friends Bookmark on Delicious Digg this post Recommend on Facebook share via Reddit Share with Stumblers Tweet about it Subscribe to the comments on this post

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