People need to grow up , get a life and move on
In term of performance and choreography undoubtedly Lambiel's Poeta.
in 4S we trust
Plushenko's jumps + Lambiel's PCS
Skating is art, if you let it be.
Not in terms of performance and interpretation. The men were giving more to the audience and the music rather than focusing on transitions. And the transitions they did do back then were more exciting than what is done today, such as Yagudin's full bending slide directly into a spin or Goebel's hydroblade into a 3Loop at the very end of the program or the many different things that Matt Savoie and Ilia Klimkin were doing.
Originally Posted by CanadianSkaterGuy
Also, this. That is much more how CoP programs should be. He had difficult spins, he had difficult footwork, he had transitions...in exactly the quantity that was needed. Nothing he did was laborious or excessive or pointless, like many of the spins and footwork and transitions that skaters are including in their programs these days.
Originally Posted by treeloving