12-09-2013, 02:59 AM
I absolutely love the LP, it shows a different side to her and really shows off how much her expression has matured since 2010 IMO. I think she's on her way.
I made a new 2014 Olympics preview video of Yuna, thought you guys might like it and want to check it out:
12-09-2013, 03:24 AM
How on earth can color tights look tacky when Carolina and Adelina looked almost nude.
Originally Posted by Ven
You don't have that with colored tights plus i don't see how that also has to do with 10-year old girls when colored tights look pretty classy, modest and fashionable compared to the huge obsession of showing skin.
Anyways, unless you're talking about colored tights with little bunnies, squares or dots on them then yes, it would make you look like a 10-year old on the ice.
12-09-2013, 04:33 AM
That fall in the LP really shook her, and the PCS were a tad high, however after that 3Lz-2T she really sold the program.
It's one competition, so I wouldn't read to much into it.
12-09-2013, 04:02 PM
She looked like she was just doing a run through. No energy. She seems woried about her jumps. They were low and barely around. BUT, she´s an increadible competitor. Expect her to rise to the occasion in Sochi. She doesn´t usually give into nerves. If I were her I´d stay out of competitions until Olympics. Don´t risk an injury - a perenial problem for the Queen.
12-09-2013, 04:21 PM
In search of a summer sport to love <3
I think this sounds like the best plan. I do think she needs Korean nationals to put these programs out there one more time, and Korean nationals will give her a chance to shine at home, boosting her confidence. 4CC would just be too much.
Originally Posted by Krislite
12-09-2013, 04:53 PM
Which female skaters are attending 4CC?
12-09-2013, 05:09 PM
I don't think that'll be decided until after every nation's National Championships.
Originally Posted by lilahozi
12-09-2013, 06:23 PM
As time fades, a legend grows...
The problem with her only skating the Korean nationals is that when she finally skates at Sochi it will be her FIRST time skating to some serious competition. If anyone can get away with that it is her but I certainly DON'T think this is the best plan for her. She is giving too much care and attention to her own abilities and not enough to the abilities and performances her Sochi competition will have ready for her. It is a balancing act that has her leaning too far the side of caution, I think.
Originally Posted by desertskates
12-09-2013, 06:39 PM
It worked last year when she won Worlds, but the other competitors will certainly have upped their game by then.
Originally Posted by RABID
12-09-2013, 09:24 PM
Long live the Queen!
check out 3:00 minute mark of this FS warm-up video.
Up and close view of Yuna's 3-3.