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  Sex on ice Monday 21 January 2002  
The organisation that runs skating competitions, the International Skating Union, is getting upset with some of its participants.

They've instructed their judges to deduct points from doubles teams for so-called pornographic poses. In particular, they're worried that too much crotch is on show by female participants.
Jenni talks to former world champion, Robin Cousins and coach Tony Barren to discuss whether ice skating is becoming just too pornographic.

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