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From the Page 2 mailbag
We didn't know what was going on with the pairs figure skating co-gold medalists, so we asked for your help to clue us in.
We received more than 500 responses explaining our Page 2 Mystery Photo featuring Olympians Jamie Salé, Elena Berezhnaya, David Pelletier and Anton Sikharulidze, and the best caption suggestions are below:
In the first official game of Olympic ice-football, the referees blow a huge call by failing to call the obvious pass-interference by Pelletier, allowing Salé to sack Berezhnaya for a big loss.
Any sticky situation can be solved with Crazy Glue!
Twin gold medals turn out to be magnetic.
The mixed-pairs tag-team match gets out of hand during the recent WWF's "Ice-Kickers" event on pay-per-view.
Jamie: "If two's company, and three's a crowd, what's this?"
Velcro -- official sponsor of the Winter Olympics.
The premiere of Siamese twin pairs figure skating was a big hit in Salt Lake.
Salt Lake City's new attempt at the "Polygamy Is Cool" campaign.
See, this is how the French judge wanted you to skate.
Our darkest fears are realized. Final, definitive proof that Canada and Russia are in cahoots.
"Get your hands off my gold ... and my man!" ... on the next Springer!
"Hello, 911, I seem to have glued myself to, well ... myself and a couple of other people."
"Come on, Elena! Where did you put my medal? This isn't funny anymore!"
"Dual golds, dual holds ... whatever Hugh Hefner wants, he gets."
"Is that a gold medal in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?"
And here is the real caption from The Associated Press: From left, Jamie Salé, Elena Berezhnaya, David Pelletier and Anton Sikharulidze perform Feb. 22 during the 2002 Winter Olympic figure skating exhibition at the Salt Lake Ice Center. (AP Photo/Amy Sancetta)