Geez...the mens long sure was unexpected.
I knew people were going to start saying this. Me, I knew he would win as soon as he stopped skating. It's math.
MAybe Ryan will do what Sara MEier did and dont go to Worlds, he might choose SOI as National Champion, come to KOI, and lave on high note. What to do at worlds?
Actually this is not the time to take his moment away, this weekend is oldies revenge!!!!
I m thrilled he won!
Or maybe they'll be entertained by it. It's certainly a fun program.
Or maybe they'll be happy that the guys who can score about ten-twenty points higher aren't there challenging their men (seriously, the European dudes just got a huge boost from this).
With a team of Bradley, Dornbush, and Miner, the U.S might not even salvage 2 spots for next year, forget any chance of keeping 3. That is why I am pretty sure Abbott will be place on the team over 1 of Dornbush or Miner.
Now that Ryan won the US national, he might be invited to do SOI? He really should replace Steven Cousin..
I never thought I'd ever get to type this...
Congratulations United States Champion Ryan Bradley!!!
So very thrilled for him and what an afternoon of skating. Did the kids ever show up or what!?? US Mens Skating is looking very bright for the future.
Gutted for Jeremy.
If he was anywhere else in the world he would have been at least 8th in the free program and maybe 3rd or 4th overall.
OMG, it's such a crazy competition, might be the weakest in the past decade. But I'm sooooo happy for Ryan, on his 11th trip the the nationals, he finally got a title! He's such a charmer!
Richard and Ross were fantastic, I also like Armin and Keegan, the up and comers of USA are exciting to watch!