I would love for T/T to hang on for a medal but I'm not getting my hopes up. I liked them, B/L, P/T and S/S the most.
I will not watch short dance today
pairs was enough, I am depressed now maybe free dance, lol
If this SP is any indication of how this World Championship is going to proceed, then we are in for a very wild and unpredictable ride. I am shocked and speechless over these results!
I am very happy for Takahashi/Tran though; it appears that they stole the show in the SP. Good for them!
Last edited by museksk8r; 03-28-2012 at 09:47 AM.
I notice that D/C got only a level 1 death spiral - all the other top teams had level 4 (eta: except B/L with level 3; not counting V/T with their freak fall, and I missed M/B - did sthg go wrong with theirs?). Why? I noticed the poor position but anything else? They could have been in 5th with a level 4.
Last edited by Spun Silver; 03-28-2012 at 09:52 AM.
The Russians had their special ice at last Worlds that really helped some skaters. The French have their own special ice. They tried it at TEB and are serving it up again. I wonder if it works like smart bombs that have precise targets.
I am very happy for Takahashi/Tran though; it appears that they stole the show in the SP. Good for them! [/QUOTE]
I love their pure skate... however I had a bad feeling...based on their past performances on the long pros.
Spun Silver - there are features for the death spiral necessary to get higher levels -- one is that the ladies' head must be below her knee, the man must stay in a low pivot thoughout the rotations, etc. Denney and Coughlin have been getting Level 1 all season. It hurts them in international competition.