Keegan did a standing back tuck witha stuck landing back stage...lols
Of course, Jason is going to Jr. Worlds, Nadine -- he just won Jr. GP final in December. Duh! Jason still needs to land his 3-axel in competition and gain the experience that will help him learn how to control his excitement and nerves, especially in pressure situations. Comparing Jason to Adam at this point, is pointless.
Jason has finer skating skills and better artistry than many of the top skaters who will be at Sr. Worlds!
I think that fluke fall by Jason took him by surprise and knocked the wind out of him. Experience will help him deal with things like that in the future.
I have a feeling that Jason brown will be like Adam Rippon. No quad and inconsistant 3 axel.
Nice solid skate by Douglas Razzano, just the doubled quad, and *finally* my sister likes a man's skater. I was silent and she surprised me by saying "whoa, he's good, that was really good".
Douglas Razzano, can't spell it without zz. He's competent at what he does, and yet I am so terminally bored by his performance.
Listening to Scott comment on Jason and Douglas, it occurs to me that his enthusiasm is ideal for Nationals, because his U.S. boosterism isn't an issue, and he's as excited and detailed when talking about some kid who might never get to the podium as he is when discussing our best skaters.
Haha...I should keep my mouth shut. I was telling my brother (who does not watch FS) how good Jason was, and then he fell three times. You know, I'm not too worried. Better here and now (when he wasn't going to medal anyway), and it's such a learning experience. If he's still doing this in a few years, then I'll worry, but not now.
TAKE THAT, YES, I AGREE "HE'S GOOOOOOOOOOOO"!