Unless you've been living under a stone, you've probably heard about the incredibly asinine, offensive and just plain stupid remarks made in French by Canadianhere.
I've linked to video of the sportscasters' conversation; it's in French, but aside from the offensive slang, it's pretty basic high school level French:
The comments from Claude Mailhot and Alain Goldberg are less decorous than they sound in English. In abbreviated form, Mailhot observes that "This may not be politically correct, . . But do you think he lost points due to his costume and his body language?" Goldberg responds that Weir's feminine style may reflect badly on other male figure skaters. "They'll think all the boys who skate will end up like him," he said. "It sets a bad example." They continued in this vein. Earlier in their coverage they even suggested "gender [sic] testing," in an incredibly stupid reference to South African runner Caster Semenya.
Wier's response is linked below (the pull-quote up top is from him).
He's not just that overused adjective, "flamboyant." He's not merely some attention-seeking oddball with a flair for outre fashion. He's more dangerous than that: He's Oscar Wilde. And Quentin Crisp, and Harvey Fierstein and David Bowie and Adam Lambert. He's Lady Gaga, and I'm sure he'll understand that I mean that as a compliment.
I don't feel the need to express my sexual being because it's not part of my sport and it's private. I can sleep with whomever I choose and it doesn't affect what I'm doing on the ice, so speculation is speculation. . . . I am who I am, and I don't need to justify anything to anyone.