Gotta Have Music
Same here. I was impressed with Shen & Zhao ever since they did their "Mt. Olympus" program back in 1998. Their bronze medal in Torino was a "golden" moment for me, and of course, I was ecstatic that they finally won gold in Vancouver. We were so lucky to see them compete @ 2003 Worlds in Washington, DC. That performance was one of the most memorable ones we've ever seen in any discipline (plus a little bonus. We were sitting in that section with a "sea" of Chinese flags, and were among those standing before they finished their program. I got in the video - it looks like I'm wearing a white sweatshirt, and am holding up a 6.0 sign, jumping up & down like crazy ). Seriously, I this team to pieces!
Last edited by iluvtodd; 06-19-2012 at 05:28 AM.
Like Olympia I like this thought. Anyone knows the truth? If I were a coach I would love to do it this way. BUT! You never know... all of a sudden my pupils would leave for top coaches in North America
Originally Posted by SkateFiguring
Trixie Schuba's biggest fan!
Originally Posted by noskates
No,it was Lea Ann Miller
Originally Posted by blue dog
Yes. I believe Lea Ann was the first Western coach they went to when they realized that they needed to boost their artistry in order to compete with Russian and other skaters. They, and we their fans, owe Ms. Miller a lot. I think she has also choreographed for Yuka Sato, at least in Yuka's professional years.
Originally Posted by whispering
Nichol has choreographed a number of programs for Shen/Zhao - I particularly loved Meditation. Here's a wikipedia table (so it might not all be accurate) that lists programs and choreographers.