Jeremy is redeeming himself. Needs to hold on.
This program could be a masterpiece if Jeremy ever skates it totally clean.
Jeremy ABBOTT (USA)
Music: Exogenesis: Symphony, Part 3 by Muse
9th after SP
4T - holds on, but nice
3A+2T - holds on
3A - hand down/stepout/fall?
3Lz - very scratchy landing
ChSt - almost loses balance at the end
3S - messy landing
Good start, unraveled at the end... not a total meltdown, so he could move up.
Awww, I hate it when skaters capable of greatness just don't quite get there.
Not a perfect skate at all. But good for Jeremy to fight today. and he got the quad! That program is gorgeous. I hope that will inspire his teammate later on in the FS.
Abbott didn't do that bad. Some obvious errors but compared to some previous performances was ok.
So many mistakes and another not-fall... it broke the spell, alas. I had tears in my eyes in the first minute. If only he could have a do-over, this would have been a great run-through.
Whoa, he really seemed to lose focus. At least he landed, but they weren't the nicest landings.
Well, at least it wasn't a complete meltdown. I still think Exogenesis is beautiful LP, though.
Wow, JEremy had a great program going and gave in a bit to the pressure at the end. Still, with the marks they gave Denis, Jeremy should definitely score higher. He did lose points on his last several technical elements, but landed the quad. Yay! Damn the men's field is a minefield. I just so much wanted to see a clean skate from him, but got to take this. I do love Jeremy!
Ah, if there was *one* routine I wished Princess Caroline could've watched it would be Jeremy's FS, because even with the mistakes it was exquisite. And I saw Gwendal Peizerat watching him at the end with a sublime expression, thereafter clapping, my feelings exactly.
Such an exquisite skater, just too bad he will never have the medals that validate it, such a shame. But maybe if he stays in long enough he can set a US National Record (and I'm not being facetious)...
I wish to see this program without errors, but good job on not giving up.
Jeremy is just so into himself that I can never bring myself to like his skating.