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Yennie 09-20-2004 05:23 AM

Crown Princess Victoria and the Paralympics / IPC Honorary Board
 
Kronprinsessan firade guldmedaljören

MARKOPOULO. OS-kungen tog sitt tionde guld.
Självklart skulle Jonas Jacobsson då firas av både drottning och kronprinsessa.
– Vi var jättenervösa på slutet, men du fixade det, sa Silvia och viftade ivrigt med sin svenska flagga.

http://www.expressen.se/px.gifhttp://www.expressen.se/content/1/c6...6/352e9ac9.jpghttp://www.expressen.se/px.gifJonas Jacobsson tog sitt tionde OS-guld i skyttre vid paralympics i går. Kronprinsessan var framme och grattade och tittade på hans vapen.
Det var ett antal svenskar som i går satt och höll tummarna inne på Markopoulo skyttestadion utanför Aten.
Där i finalen var favorittippade svenske sportskytten Jonas Jacobsson och han kunde inte fått bättre publikuppbackning - på hedersläktaren satt både drottning Silvia och kronprinsessan Victoria.


Stod upp och ropade
De är här i Aten för att under en vecka följa paralympics, handikapp-OS.
– Självklart vill man uppleva det här, förklarade Silvia. Det är en svensk i en OS-final!
När finalen var klar efter en knapp timme stod både Victoria och Silvia upp och ropade. Deras favoritsvensk hade klarat pressen och tagit hem guldet.
– Du är bäst! hördes det från den kungliga läktaren.
Jonas Jacobsson tittade lite generat upp och log när han såg vilka det var som gratulerade honom.

Victoria bubblade av frågor
Efteråt bubblade Victoria av frågor:
– Var du inte nervös? Hur rädd var du för dina konkurrenter? Hur tungt är egentligen vapnet?
Jonas försökte svara så gott han kunde och fick gång på gång tacka för den kungliga supporten. Och nu har han vunnit tio guld, ett silver och elva brons.


Av JOHAN T LINDWALL

leon 09-20-2004 10:32 AM

19 september: Athene
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Lena 09-21-2004 06:52 AM

http://www.expressen.se/content/1/c6...0/6dc86942.jpg

Victoria at the Paralympics, with a horse called "prince".
http://www.expressen.se/index.jsp?a=186628

Yennie 09-22-2004 05:19 AM

Silvia: Alla som tävlar är hjältar
ATEN.
Silvia och kronprinsessan Victoria har spänt följt Paralympics i Aten.
Nu slår drottningen ett slag för handikappidrotten.
– Vi måste alla uppmärksamma den. Det är otrolig viktigt och jag hoppas att jag som drottning kan bidra på mitt sätt.

http://www.expressen.se/content/1/c6...6/ae9117c0.jpg

Svenska kungahuset har åkt hem från Paralympics, handikapp-OS, i Aten.
Drottning Silvia och kronprinsessan Victoria har under en knapp vecka följt de svenska OS-deltagarna.
– Det har varit både spännande och stundtals riktigt nervöst, berättar Silvia när Expressen träffar henne i skyttestadion i Markopoulo.
Svenske Jonas Jacobsson har precis tagit guld.
– De gör fantastiska prestationer. Prestationer som vi kanske inte förstår vidden av, säger hon.
– Jag kände spontant att det här var något som jag inte ville missa. Dessutom ville jag att kronprinsessan skulle få uppleva det på plats.

Spännande OS
Paralympics i Aten är Silvias andra handikapp-OS. Första gången var i Barcelona 1992.
– Men jag kan inte minnas att det då var lika spännande, säger Silvia.
Hon är avslappnad och skrattar flera gånger under samtalet. Men blir vid ett tillfälle allvarlig.
– Det är viktigt att all handikappidrott får stor uppmärksamhet. Det är hjältar som är här och tävlar.
Hon inser att det är ett enormt PR-värde för idrotten att hon och kronprinsessan finns på plats.
– Jag hoppas att det kan vara positivt. Jag är glad för att få uppleva det här, säger hon och dottern nickar instämmande

Lena 11-22-2005 04:52 PM

Paralympic sportsday 2005
 
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Crown Princess Victoria participated in the Paralympic Sportsday in Bollnäs (students between 6 and 12 years of 3 schools in Bollnäs participate in an international project of the paralympic committee. It´s sponsored of the EU)


http://www.royalcourt.se/aktuellt/ak...480004332.html

pollyemma 11-22-2005 04:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Lena
Crown Princess Victoria participated in the Paralympic Sportsday in Bollnäs (students between 6 and 12 years of 3 schools in Bollnäs participate in an international project of the paralympic committee. It´s sponsored of the EU)


http://www.royalcourt.se/aktuellt/ak...480004332.html

oh no! its ye olde ponytail and glasses look again. i thought perhaps being surrounded by so much glamour in monaco would have a good influence on her...

Lena 11-22-2005 05:18 PM

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Originally Posted by pollyemma
oh no! its ye olde ponytail and glasses look again. i thought perhaps being surrounded by so much glamour in monaco would have a good influence on her...

Being member of the secret organisation "Ponytail off for crown princess Victoria", I agree. But I can also see, that it´s more comfy to wear your hair in a ponytail, when you perform sports. Besides we don´t want her to get the Basketball into the face, because she doesn´t see it, don´t we? :rolleyes:

rchainho 11-22-2005 06:17 PM

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Crown princess Victoria visits sports center for disabled persons (dana press)

part 1

rchainho 11-22-2005 06:18 PM

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part 2 (dana press)

Lena 11-22-2005 06:29 PM

Thank you rchainho! You can access Danapress:confused: :eek: I dream about this since 2001...

Karisma 11-22-2005 07:32 PM

Paralympic Sportsday for youmg people
 
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Originally Posted by pollyemma
oh no! its ye olde ponytail and glasses look again. i thought perhaps being surrounded by so much glamour in monaco would have a good influence on her...

CP Victoria visited a Paralympic Sportsday for young people. I just wounder if anyone of us expected tiaras...:D

Lena 11-22-2005 07:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Karisma
CP Victoria visited a Paralympic Sportsday for young people. I just wounder if anyone of us expected tiaras...:D

:D I´m sure some of the local "Minstingarna" did. Royals often tell stories about children being disappointed, because they don´t wear crowns and tiaras 24/7 ;)

pollyemma 11-22-2005 08:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Karisma
CP Victoria visited a Paralympic Sportsday for young people. I just wounder if anyone of us expected tiaras...:D

I wasnt expecting a tiara. but i was expecting somethinga little bit better than those deforming glasses and a puke-green turtle neck!!!!!!!!!!:eek:

i was thinking more of caroline's flattering, tasteful, well tailored chanel suits. victoria could have looked at those and thought that perhaps she too could would look good in something flattering tasteful and well tailored. not those deforming glasses and a puke green turtle neck

Lena 11-22-2005 09:08 PM

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Originally Posted by pollyemma
I wasnt expecting a tiara. but i was expecting somethinga little bit better than those deforming glasses and a puke-green turtle neck!!!!!!!!!!:eek:

i was thinking more of caroline's flattering, tasteful, well tailored chanel suits. victoria could have looked at those and thought that perhaps she too could would look good in something flattering tasteful and well tailored. not those deforming glasses and a puke green turtle neck

:D I thought I´m the only one, who thinks "puke-green colour" :D

She has some kind of soft spot for turtle necks with short sleeves (I´ve never even seen such a thing in a store...it must be made exclusively for buff princesses, who want to show their arm muscles). She has an other one in red, and I think one in black.
I´m not a fan of them (I don´t need to be reminded, how weak my arms are ;) ), but I also would have complained, when she would have appeared in Miss Charlotte´s posh suit from the church service on Saturday. This was about kids and sports, and under these circumstances I even would have approved, when she would have appeared in that AND after all she didn´t wore an ugly messy ponytail, but at least some kind of...well...what is it...knot.

Danielle 11-23-2005 12:52 AM

I have to agree about the horrid top she's wearing. It looks too old for her. I'm sure my mum has a few of those, and that's not a good thing. Could she have made an effort not to have crossed her arms? The outfit isn't appropriate. Don't high-heeled shoes ruin that type of floor surface? When I used to play volleyball, we had this surface and you could only go on it with joggers and so on. I know I shouldn't judge by looking at photos, but I'm still concerned with this arm crossing. She just looks as if she's bored. If someone crossed their arms while talking to me (and they weren't my friend), I'd be very offended.

Lena 11-23-2005 01:38 AM

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Originally Posted by Danielle
I have to agree about the horrid top she's wearing. It looks too old for her. I'm sure my mum has a few of those, and that's not a good thing. Could she have made an effort not to have crossed her arms? The outfit isn't appropriate. Don't high-heeled shoes ruin that type of floor surface? When I used to play volleyball, we had this surface and you could only go on it with joggers and so on. I know I shouldn't judge by looking at photos, but I'm still concerned with this arm crossing. She just looks as if she's bored. If someone crossed their arms while talking to me (and they weren't my friend), I'd be very offended.

Maybe she realised, that demonstrative buff arm-showing can also make you feeling cold in Sweden´s chilly November :rolleyes:
IMO she often crosses her arms. In 1999 BUNTE-psychologist Stephan Lermer (when a psychologist decides to work for a glossy tabloid like BUNTE, it should be clear, HOW to look at his reputation) has analysed Vickan´s style and posture by a photo made in London :rolleyes:
According to the psychologist her crossed arms mean protection for herself, they symbolise a barrier to the outside world. One can´t reach her :rolleyes: And she gives herself a feeling of being snugged-which shows, that she feels in a way loonely
I hope this helped :p :rolleyes: :D

rosalyn 11-23-2005 08:26 AM

How do you access Dana Press? Doesn't seem that they allow access for individual??

Layla1971 11-23-2005 10:30 AM

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Originally Posted by rosalyn
How do you access Dana Press? Doesn't seem that they allow access for individual??

I think you must be registered there, and then buy the photos? I'm not sure. All, I know is that I couldn't register. But, it was such a long time ago, I can't remember why!

fanletizia 11-23-2005 11:55 AM

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Images from brunopress

Smilla 11-23-2005 12:46 PM

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Images from brunopress

thanks for the pictures!
This woman is amazing.


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