1. In 2007 Johnny Weir received the "For the Love of Russia" award from the Ice Symphony.
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6. In his 2011 memoir Welcome to My World, Johnny Weir officially came out as gay, citing a string of gay youth suicides as one reason for his decision: "With people killing themselves and being scared into the closet, I hope that even just one person can gain strength from my story.
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11. In 2013 Johnny Weir competed on the second season of Food Network's Rachael vs Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off, as a member of "Team Guy".
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12. In the summer, Johnny Weir was named to the cast of Nancy Kerrigan's October Halloween on Ice show which opened in October 2015.
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13. In 2013 Johnny Weir skated in the Artistry on Ice show which toured in China.
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15. In May 2012, Johnny Weir was assigned to two 2012 Grand Prix events, the 2012 Rostelecom Cup and the 2012 Trophee Eric Bompard.
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16. At the 2010 Winter Olympics, Johnny Weir finished sixth overall, with a new personal-best combined score of 238.87.
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17. At the 2008 US Championships, Johnny Weir won the short program over Evan Lysacek by 1.35 points but Lysacek won the long program by exactly the same amount, resulting in a tie.
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18. At the 2007 US Championships, Johnny Weir was in second place after the short program, less than a point behind Evan Lysacek.
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19. At the 2006 World Championships, Johnny Weir finished seventh, fighting a nagging back injury.
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20. At the 2006 Winter Olympics, Johnny Weir skated a personal best short program and was in second place behind Evgeni Plushenko in that segment.
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