Skating is art, if you let it be.
Well everyone experiences some kind of tragedy, but I did say "real tragedy". As in something that forces a person to truly suffer. I rarely feel that Chan understands the entire scope of some of the music he skates to. Or at least he doesn't have the ability to express it.
My apologies in advance for my impoliteness to interrupt you guys, but I am getting tired of Mens-related threads turning to 'a Dai who and a Patrick who' discussion, or 'which is better or the best' discussion...
Both are gerat skaters with strengths and weaknesses in their own way. And the good news for every skating fans is that they are not finished yet; which means both keeps progressing as a skater and a person, and we get to see their gorgeous skates many times until Sochi Olympics. For that matter, I do not think Patrick should get 10 in PCS for his non-perfect skates at this Worlds, nor Dai in the near future (even if he could do that), becasue they still have some room to improve in two years from now. Besides I do not want either of them to retire before Sochi season.
I would appreciate if someone change the title of this thread to 'Patrick & Dai PCS at Worlds', please?..so that I do not have to open this particular thread for new posts.
As long as the title remains as 'Men's PCS at Worlds', I would rather want and expect to see opinions on other skaters, too; e.g. why did Artur outscore Takahiko in PCS?, which is just a mystery to me.
Sorry for interrupting you guys in the middle of battling.
Okay I shut up now. Go ahead with your discussion as you wish...
I totally agree with you, deedee1.
Everytime when I read this kind of threads, I hope people will stop using Daisuke to prove the greatness of Patrick Chan or the fault of COP system. Please leave him in peace.