Sure the thread was supposed to talk about the Stsq, but you just HAD to talk about how Yuna apparently "did not" meet your criteria in performing Adios Nonino.]Plus this thread is about her stsq, so of course it is fair to compare the steps and moves to the music by Buttle, Virtue & Moir regardless of the length of the program
Are you Piazzolla?
Hey, I'm sorry I didn't know you are the official referee on this site and get to decide that it is forbidden to talk about Choreography AND Step Sequence AND Hitting the Musical Nuances in ONE post.
Apparently, it is ok to talk about Adelina waving, even about her "UR jumps", but not ok to talk about how Yuna was lacking in her performance.
It must really sting to see Buttle's and V&M's videos.
You don't have to be Piazzolla to recognize a flat performance.
Sigh. I hate figure skatin fans. People can't criticize Yuna without calling her flat and belittling her choreography as cheek strokes. Likewise, people can't criticize Adelina without resorting to calling her a huffing hippo who has no choreo besides hand waving. This is why logic and argumentation courses should be required at the secondary school level, folks.
So yes, she relies heavily on crossovers (30 in all) to gain speed for her jump elements. How do you get anywhere close to 30 (or even 25) in Adelina's program?