Keepin' it real
Senior, Ladies, Men, Pairs, Ice Dance
September 29-Oct 2, 2005
Keeper of La Khok's Tutus
Hopefully we will hear news about Bebe!! I assume she is there as she is still listed on the entries??
I didn't know she was doing Juniors. I know she has one skate in Sr .GP
Originally Posted by Doggygirl
Great! She gets at least two skates in before Nationals. Nebelhorn is a biggie.
Why are Tanith and Ben skating here against this field? How would this benefit them?
Stefan Lindemann should be able to win with his eyes closed.
I thought Hinzmann and Parchem broke up as a team?
I see one of the Finnish ladies taking the title.
Nebelhorn is a senior ("Senior B") international. I assume that Igor Shpilband wanted Belbin/Agosto and Stiegler/Magerovskiy to have a test run of their new programs under the new judging system before Skate America.
Hinzmann & Parchem never broke up -- their official site is: http://hinzmannandparchem.com/
2005 U.S. junior champ Jeremy Abbott's official site:
This is Abbott's first senior international, as well as for Shaun Rogers (not including his appearance at the USFS cheesefest this past April), Chloe Katz/Joseph Lynch (2005 U.S. junior pair bronze medalists) and the new pair of Tiffany Scott/Rusty Fein.
Team USA preview article:
Skate Canada's preview article:
Lovin' the Kween ... Now and Forever
Here are the links to the final ladies and free dance results ... YAY Bebe!!!
And it appears that T&A had a fall in the FD, but still won gold:
No surprise with Lindemann. Shawn could do better.
Bebe and he SP is a no no, but she pulled up to third. Not surprised at Sokolova. Drei is just not my cup of tea.
Savchenko and Solkowy must have had a bobble in the LP but their final scores are way above the others. Hinzeman and Parchem look competitive.
Tanith and Ben won despite the flub in the FD but look at the scores of the Lituranians!!!