Jane Torvill and Christopher Dean will return to Sarajevo to repeat their gold-medal winning routine

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It's often said that those who have failed in adult life look to their children to succeed. They become pushy parents and live vicariously through their children's achievements. This is now happening to me. But I'm not hoping that my children will become lawyers or doctors or hedge-fund managers. I'm hoping that they'll be good at skateboarding.

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Maxine Bannard posted this photo on Facebook alongside the caption: 'Awful! My girls were so upset'

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Chris Ramsey: The stand-up and 'Hebburn' actor talks failed one-liners, being thrown off TV and his tidying fetish

I can't do one-liners to save my life FHM asked me to do some for an issue. But some were libellous and some too rude to use, so the rubbish ones made it through. One guy tweeted me. "I've just read your jokes in FHM; I've read better on the back of a Penguin wrapper." And that's why my stand-up is all about personal stories and anecdotes.

The 10 Best Christmas ice rinks

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An aerial shot of the newly-opened ice rink at Somerset House in central London

In pictures: Somerset House opens a new illuminating ice rink ahead of Christmas

The eighteenth-century courtyard at Somerset House presents 900-metre-square ice rink with one of the most remarkable skating scenery in London.

Theatre review: Keeler - 'A tatty retelling of the Profumo Affair'

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David Beckham gives the 'thumbs up' to fans

The next Live and Kicking? David Beckham to star in new Sky Sports TV show

David Beckham is to star in a new children’s breakfast show aimed at encouraging more young people to play sport.

ITV axes skating show: Next series of Dancing On Ice to be the last

Popular TV series Dancing On Ice is to be axed after one further series, it was announced today.

Versatile: Gubba in 2011 on ‘Dancing On Ice’

Tony Gubba: One of the great voices of football dies, aged 69

Gubba spent much of his TV career working for the BBC

Elise Christie put the seal on her successful season

Speed Skating: Christie wins historic bronze

Elise Christie put the seal on her successful season with a bronze in the 1,000 metres World Short-Track Championships in Debrecen, Hungary.

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