Honestly, I think Jeremy could have dominated the last quad at least nationally based on his talent and artistry. Yes, the others had potential, but not at the same level as Jeremy, IMO. This is someone who beat Evan Lyscaek and Johnny Weir, two past U.S. Champions in his career. And won GPF against Patrick Chan and Takahiko Kozuka, two skaters who would win World medals.
Originally Posted by snowflake
For him to lose to the likes of Max Aaron, Ryan Bradley, Ross Miner and Richard Dornbush seems odd to me. Or to lose internationally to Takahiko Mura (at Trophee Eric Bompard) and Taksuki Machida (Skate America 2012).
I get why people are still fans of his despite all this, but it's hard to deny the record.
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