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[en]Kiira’s talkshow interview from 2005[/en][fi]Kiira’s talkshow interview from 2005[/fi][ja]キーラ・コルピ2005年のインタビュー番組[/ja]

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[en]

In fall 2004 16 year old Kiira Korpi took silver in her first nationals and earned a place to the 2005 European Championships. Before the Euros she was interviewed on Arto Nyberg -talkshow and I have been looking for a video of that appearance for some time. But now YLE has added clips of Finnish top skaters to it’s “Living Archive” and Kiira’s clip is from the Arto Nyberg talkshow:

http://www.yle.fi/elavaarkisto/?s=s&g=3&ag=17&t=365&a=2905

Click the play-button under the image to play the video. The video opens in a popup-windows and Windows Media Player is required for viewing.

There are also clips of Susanna Pöykiö and Alisa Drei on the archive.

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[fi]

In fall 2004 16 year old Kiira Korpi took silver in her first nationals and earned a place to the 2005 European Championships. Before the Euros she was interviewed on Arto Nyberg -talkshow and I have been looking for a video of that appearance for some time. But now YLE has added clips of Finnish top skaters to it’s “Living Archive” and Kiira’s clip is from the Arto Nyberg talkshow:

http://www.yle.fi/elavaarkisto/?s=s&g=3&ag=17&t=365&a=2905

Click the play-button under the image to play the video. The video opens in a popup-windows and Windows Media Player is required for viewing.

There are also clips of Susanna Pöykiö and Alisa Drei on the archive.

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[ja]

In fall 2004 16 year old Kiira Korpi took silver in her first nationals and earned a place to the 2005 European Championships. Before the Euros she was interviewed on Arto Nyberg -talkshow and I have been looking for a video of that appearance for some time. But now YLE has added clips of Finnish top skaters to it’s “Living Archive” and Kiira’s clip is from the Arto Nyberg talkshow:

http://www.yle.fi/elavaarkisto/?s=s&g=3&ag=17&t=365&a=2905

Click the play-button under the image to play the video. The video opens in a popup-windows and Windows Media Player is required for viewing.

There are also clips of Susanna Pöykiö and Alisa Drei on the archive.

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