ooh! Fun! In no particular order ... and I don't like limiting to just five per category!
- Shen / Zhao
- Savchenko / Szolkowky
- Gordeeva / Grinkov
- Berezhnaya / Sikharulidze
- Pang / Tong
- Torvill / Dean
- Klimova / Ponomarenko
- Anissina / Peizerat
- Davis / White
- Virtue / Moir
Mao- because everything
Ito - Powerhouse
Bonaly - Terrible in artistry (during her competitive years) but wow was she an excitement with her jumps, flips, and her overall defiance against the judging.
Dai...everytime I look up artistry/passion/charisma, there's his face posing back at me.
Chan...Just keep your mouth shut
Oda...what's not to love
Hanyu...His future is limitless in FS
Someone from my past...can't think of his name/
P/T...the best part of Vancouver 2010
Sergei Grinkov/Ekaterina Gordeeva...favorite pairs of all time
Her backflip in front of the judges at Nagano = totally boss. I was never a fan of hers, but I gasped, laughed, and then cheered at my TV when she did it. It was her final farewell or more of a "good riddance" to the judges.
Originally Posted by Franklin99
She's a tremendous show skater, she was built not for pretty artistic endeavours but for powerful set pieces.
Men: Stephane Lambiel, Daisuke Takahashi, Yuzuru Hanyu, Patrick Chan, Johnny Weir
Ladies: Michelle Kwan, Shizuka Arakawa, Alissa Czisny, Carolina Kostner, Akiko Suzuki
Pairs: Gordeeva/Grinkov, Shen/Zhao
Dance: Virtue/Moir, Davis/White, Pechalat/Bourzat
- Torvill and Dean - they are the reason I started watching skating, I think they will always remain my favourite ice dancers
- Anissina and Peizerat
- Usova and Zhulin
- Drobiazgo and Vanagas
- Mishkutenok and Dmitrev
- Volosozhar and Trankov
Love gave the wound