Can't they get a moment's rest??
Can't they get a moment's rest??
[QUOTE=Blades of Passion;388190]Do you really think he's the best out of everyone now that Lambiel has retired? [/UNQUOTE]
I didn't say that. Your question seems personal. I used the conditional - should. I am not predicting Oly champ and will not, but emphasize who has the 'right stuff' for a possible win early next year. As for Lambiel, he remains the very best all-round skater since Kurt Browning. I see no one taking over that position.
That's ok for you, although psychologists have written much about good looking people rising up the corporate ladder faster than ordinary looking people. There is a correlation."Handsome dude with a dancers body" doesn't quite work for me as a reason for why he should win.
Last edited by Joesitz; 04-03-2009 at 08:54 AM.
Mao: Go back to her 1 3A and 2 3-3 jump layout from last year, she seems to have a lot more success with that than her current 2 3A layout. Also, Mao needs a full-time coach.
Yu-Na: Improve her positions on her spirals and spins like the layback. Also, for personal preference, I wish Yu-Na's LPs were as spectacular as her SPs...she seems to tend to build up fat leads in her SP and skate not as well in her LPs, which can be sort of anticlimatic when she wins.
Miki: Now she seems to have her jumps back, more choreography is needed. Also, her posture can definitely be improved.
Joannie: Joannie is definitely a podium contender but needs a consistent 3-3 to aim for the gold. Also, as someone said earlier, she needs to work on her upper-body stiffness.
Carolina: I don't know, she has the talent but upon seeing disasters like her Worlds LP...she probably needs a sports psychologist.
Brian: He needs to get a coach he can work with ASAP, have 2 quads in his LP and needs to stop messing with his jump layout at the last minute.
Tomas: Same as Carolina: he has the goods but doesn't seem to consistently produce. A sports psychologist may do him some good.
Patrick: Be more expressive, and stop alienating people by talking trash about other skaters. Would probably need a quad if he wants to be the top of the top, but I doubt he can do one with his current content in his programs.
Evan: He needs to improve his 3A technique, keep skating consistently clean and hope that his other competitors make mistakes. IMO, that's the only way he can have a shot for Olympic gold.
Daisuke: Just come back.
well Evan's out of contention now that he is going into the games as World Champion bubba shot himself in the foot with that win!
Brian: He has shown his beautiful artistic side in the Worlds Gala this time, hopefully he could come up with a memorable LP program with TAT.
Patrick: Learn something from Michelle Kwan. Talk nicely about other competitors. In the meantime, stay low and work hard on everything he's working on.
Evan: Keep flapping his arms, like Toni suggested. No one can change that, not Tarasova, not Nichol, not Golden Midas.
Plushenko: Stay healthy, and come back. He must have a quad, or he won't come back. So I am not worrying about that.
Last edited by jennylovskt; 04-07-2009 at 10:05 AM.
Why would yuna kim want to imrpove her position on the spiral? she gets 2.00 goe. It's perfect guys!!!
her spins get a lot of goe but not 2.00, wonder what will happen if she improves on them. probably will get crazy scores for medicore postion.