02-12-2012, 02:31 AM
SkateFiguring took the violet pill
Cynthia was given a last chance but she blew it. She has to accept this season as a lesson and continue on with her determination and the new training. I believe she will come back again. She's done it before with years of hard work but it won't take her long this time. May another new Cynthia triumphs again. Amelie is another determined and hard working Canadian Lady. Kudos to her achievements. I do believe Cynthia has more upside with more natural talent and flair and just as much willingness to work hard and make sacrifices for her goal.
A champion uses a disappointment as a launching pad for greater success. Ask the Canadian Men champion.
02-12-2012, 02:36 AM
What on earth do you term as "remarkably consistent". Czisny for a brief spell was mildly consistent at best. She never did a totally clean LP even during that period (the closest ever was Nationals last year where she had a < and only 5 ratified triples). This season she has been anything but remarkably consistent. Did fairly well her two grand prix events (well not really at Skate America but got a huge home court and "you are U.S #1" gift), bombed the GP final, bombed a pre event Nationals competition, performed mediocre at best at Nationals.
Originally Posted by herro
I like her but lets be real here.
In any case Wagner just scored much higher than Czisny has ever scored in an international competition, both in the LP and a point total over two programs. Thus the simple and really undeniable conclusion is Czisny would have to skate much better than she ever has to beat Wagner if she skates the same way.
Last edited by pangtongfan; 02-12-2012 at 02:43 AM.
02-12-2012, 02:37 AM
MAO ASADA'S 3AXELS *RATIFIED* FROM 2008-2010:
4 in 2008 = 1 in 4CC LP, 1 in NHK LP, 2 in GPF LP
5 in 2009 = 1 in Worlds LP, 1 in World Team Trophy SP, 1 in World Team Trophy LP, 1 in TEB LP, 1 in Nationals LP
5 in 2010 = 2 in 4CC LP, 1 in Olympic SP, 2 in Olympic LP
The following were downgraded & not tallied up above: 2 in 2008 Nationals LP, 1 in 2009 World Team Trophy LP, 1 in 2009 Nationals SP, 1 in 2010 4CC SP.
Okay, so that's 14 successful out of 19, which means she has had a 75% success rate! (I was 5% off, my apologies)
***Note: I don't have stats for the 2011 season nor now; will have to add these to my stats.***
02-12-2012, 02:40 AM
Not only that but Phaneuf is going downhill in the eyes of international judges. LaCoste beat her at this competition based on higher PCS shockingly enough. If it were just TES Phaneuf would have won out over LaCoste. Not only is Phaneuf more inconsistent but international judges dont even think she is a better skater anymore.
Originally Posted by Nadine
02-12-2012, 03:00 AM
Huge Scott Moir Fan
Maybe you should try to reword this?
Originally Posted by bigsisjiejie
02-12-2012, 03:10 AM
Skating is art, if you let it be.
A Triple Axel with < is still worth it. As long as she isn't getting << or falling on the <, then it is worth keeping.
02-12-2012, 03:17 AM
OMG Ashley WON??? I'm so sad now I didn't wake up/stay awake to watch!!! Youtube anybody? This is pretty amazing!! I can't wait to watch her in Nice!!!! :D
02-12-2012, 03:22 AM
Huge Scott Moir Fan
I must say, I like her old dress much more
02-12-2012, 03:23 AM
For me, Alissa is a good skater but I've been waiting for someone to come out and attack, someone who really wants it and fights for it. Ashley may be that person. It's just heartbreaking to be a fan of Alissa when she is such a poor competitor and can fall apart any time.
Originally Posted by sky_fly20
02-12-2012, 03:31 AM
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02-12-2012, 03:42 AM
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