Results were ok. I think there could be a little give and take on Jourbert v.Dambier.
for me, Plush skated the best I've ever seen him. He was more serious for a change. Of course his music is mostly Adagio with some repetatives upbeats for his footwork. But well done. Some day he may even get all the way down in a sitspin.
I don't know how Lambiel gets through that music but his musicality is all there. It is a non-stop program and I saw nothing wrong with his posture. A great show of constant movement even with the boo boos. The 3A was sensational!!! and the spins are sensational regardless of the level. C'mon.
Brian is part celtic but that music is not easy to skate to. He gave it his all and it was a much improved skate for him. It seems he can feel music now and smile when it is called for. I actually thought his presentation was better than his technical
The Three Aces will meet in Torino. The outcome, imo, will be just like this.
It was nice to see Klimkin skate a clean LP after 2 years absence.
indeed, I was so happy that he managed to pull himself together in the LP.Originally Posted by Vash01
Klimkin is special. Like Kwan he draws you into his program. He doesn't sell his program to the public. Every move has body language.
Most skaters skate the program as given to them by the choreographer. There is nothing much of their own style (if they have one). Klimkin needs only an outline by the choreographer. He'll do the rest.
I hope Piseev sends him instead of Griazev or Dobrin.
Last edited by Joesitz; 01-30-2006 at 08:39 AM.
Pissiev already called the Olympic team (the day after Euros was over) and Klimkin was named for it.