Sometimes she does flutz, sometimes she doesn't. But either way, her f/lutz is beautiful to watch. Listen to 98 national, Dick Button's commentary, "...slightest turnover..." http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHfgjszz_Tk
Originally Posted by MK's Winter
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I agree with you on respects in later in her career. Watching Salome, it was her first combination. I feel she did a true lutz when she glided in as opposed to when she started in a forward entrance. No offense taken lol bit that particular combination was really well done.
Originally Posted by CanadianSkaterGuy
Yuna does have an awesome lutz technique that she maintained. It's no wonder she has back problems though. As I said she has a very straight back and that is a lot of force. She covers crazy distance!
Tonya Harding comes to mind as well. When she did land her lutz she is another one who had pretty amazing height and ice coverage.
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