Bob: We're here at the 2010 Ravelympics on Day Six, and the competitors are definitely starting to feel the pressure after almost one full week of knitting.
Ron: How right you are, Bob! With only 11 days to go, it's gut-check time. Will the project really be finished and does the knitter have the stamina to go the distance?
Bob: Let's check in now with one of our competitors--Ms. Sutton, are you with us?
Ron: Looks like we might have been disconnected there, Bob. I thought I heard her mutter something about a gym and "warding off knitter's ass." I think perhaps Ms. Sutton's dedication has waned slightly.
Bob: Too bad--she was showing such strength. Can we get a shot of her progress to date?
Ron: Yes--here we are:
Bob: Let's hope so, Ron, as the 2010 Ravelympics are just a little more than one-third over. It looks like it might be down to the wire on this one. I see some friends have turned out to cheer on our competitor.
Bob: They were Ron. That turquoise cotton certainly cherished hopes for this competition, but may get a shot at the 2012 games.
Ron: It's good to see there are no hard feelings.
Bob: Well, Ron, there are rumors of a little animosity from a certain Kauni cardigan, but as of yet those rumors are unsubstantiated.
Ron: These kinds of competitions can definitely strain nerves. Any word on how Ms. Sutton is holding up?
Bob: No official word yet, but there have been sightings of a few white chocolate martinis, and a little chocolate earlier today.......
Ron: It's probably to be expected, though we'll be keeping a close eye on that situation. When she starts combining them, there might be a problem. Alcohol AND a sugar rush--she might end up with a tea cozy instead of a sweater. Think of the horror! I guess we'll just have to wait and see on that one.
Bob: Join us tomorrow for our live continued coverage of the 2010 Ravelympics!