View Poll Results: Who has the best footwork?

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  • Kurt Browning

    113 34.24%
  • Evgeni Plushenko

    37 11.21%
  • Alexi Yagudin

    71 21.52%
  • Brian Boitano

    3 0.91%
  • Alissa Csziny

    0 0%
  • Yuna Kim

    41 12.42%
  • Mai Asada

    1 0.30%
  • Mao Asada

    37 11.21%
  • Michelle Kwan

    19 5.76%
  • Sasha Cohen

    8 2.42%
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Thread: Who has the best footwork?

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    I have to go with Kurt Browning

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    Figure Skating Is A Dangerous Sport Dee4707's Avatar
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    I voted for Alexei.

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    Alexei Yagudin's straightline footwork in his SP "racing" in 2002 Skate America is the best. But in general, Kurt Browning has it.
    Last edited by jennylovskt; 08-25-2007 at 08:47 PM.

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    No Lambiel, who dances his footwork with such joy and openness of movement?

    No Takahashi, who puts more emotion and drama into 25 seconds of footwork than most skaters put into their whole program?

    Sorry. No one on your list.

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    How come Buttle's not on the list? His is as good as anyones

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    I loved Mao Asada's footwork for her LP (to the music "Czardas).

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    I think Alexei Yagudin and Kurt Browning are best among both of men and women.
    Of the above women's list separately, I like the one of Michelle Kwan's 'Aranjuez' in 2003 worlds and Yu-Na Kim's 'El Tango De Roxane' in 2007 worlds.
    Last edited by dollee; 06-24-2007 at 09:14 AM.

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    By far Kurt Browning is teh best ever!!!!

    Yuka Sato would be my second choice... but she's pretty far off the best

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    I'd vote for Kurt Browning, Takahashi and Plushenko.

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    Yagudin, Lambiel and Buttle

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    Another vote for Kurt, with Scott Hamilton a very close second. I can't believe Scott wasn't among the choices in the poll!

    On the ladies' side, no one has yet to match Yuka in the footwork department, IMO.

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    Undoubtedly, Kurt Browning is the BEST.

    However, yagudin, Jeff buttle and Takahashi also have fantastic step sequences.

    Especially Jeff's footwork in the last season's LP(The ararat) was ABSOULTELY fantastic, even though he had a lot of mistakes on the other parts...T_T
    Last edited by beancake; 08-22-2007 at 07:05 AM.

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    Welcome to Golden Skate, Beancake. I like your name, LOL. Post often, post long.

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    I liked Kwan's footwork over the years. I just saw her Carmen SP from what year? and she was dynamic, but at that time, no hip problems.

    I believe footwork was relegated to the back room of the technical idea of skating until Alexi came on with his toe raking moves to a very bravura piece of music. Since then, footwork has garnered a big place in the technical idea of skating.

    Aside from Alexei and Michelle, I do think it is Kurt's domain as the most expressive and consistent novel footwork if figure skating. It's probably because he is the choreographer of his own footwork and does not need Morozov.

    Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver.blades View Post
    How come Buttle's not on the list? His is as good as anyones
    What about Sandu, he's got Kurt Browning beat by a mile.

    Dee

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