Unlike the Frank Carroll interview, this one is separated into four parts rather than two.
- Part 1 - http://www.theskatinglesson.com/sand...erview-part-1/
In part one of our interview, Sandra discusses the challenges of getting Battle of the Blades on the air, its surprising renewal for a fourth season, her competitive career and how how she transitioned into the role of a choreographer. In a world full of sound bytes, we are extremely grateful that Sandra let us take a look inside one of the most creative minds in figure skating.
- Part 2 - http://www.theskatinglesson.com/sand...erview-part-2/
In part two of our interview with Sandra Bezic, we delve into the process of creating a winning program and helping skaters reach the pinnacle of the sport.
- Part 3 - http://www.theskatinglesson.com/sand...erview-part-3/
In part three of our interview, we discuss Sandra’s tenure at Stars on Ice and her views on the disappearance of ice shows.
- Part 4 - http://www.theskatinglesson.com/sand...erview-part-4/
Sandra Bezic has been one of the most visible voices of figure skating on television since the early 1990s. As a commentator, Sandra has often been controversial, as she frequently wore multiple hats as choreographer, director and commentator during the height of figure skating’s popularity. In the final part of our interview with Sandra, we discuss the current state of the sport, her views on the 2013 World Championships and her perspective on one of figure skating’s most controversial Olympic broadcasts.
Also, she responded to a few commenters--very surprising, I know; it's pretty much unheard of-- in the Part 4 post (it's a relatively long response). After you watch the interviews, be sure to read it!