Early in the program Scott said he almost knocked Tessa out — accidentally hit her. They got visibly stuck on their last lift — the one that he apparently hurt his neck on. That knocked the lift down to the lowest level. Also apparently they lost some levels on some other things.
This doesn't bother me at all. They know what they need to work on and I expect their scores will just go up as the season goes on. And, importantly, I liked the program as a whole. I think it's a good vehicle.
Scott hit Tessa in the head at the beginning too lol.
They lost at least 8 pts on levels.....(that's what Tracy just said).
Protocols are up
V/M: NOTHING WAS LEVEL FOUR. Levels two and three on the Yankee Polka, level three on the twizzles, level two on the NT-steps, level one for the lift. Whoa.
I'm just letting that simmer.
With all those technical problems, and they still have an *average* PCS score of 9.32.
No wonder people have problems with, well, you can fill in the rest.
eta: Ah, thanks IP, for pointing out the levels. At least that's something.
Wow. I didn't imagine this was possible. I kind of like that the "invincible ones" are, well "vincible." But, can't wait to see the improvements...
Does anyone have a link to V/M?
In the thread on the men's short program, someone posted that Skate Canada is the most corrupt event on the GP circuit. And after seeing both Chan's and Voir's PCS scores, there may be something to that.
I'm just an average fan, but frankly I can understand why people get turned off figure skating when something like this happens. It leaves a bad aftertaste...