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Thread: Virtue and Moir's Finlandia levels?

  1. #46
    Join Date
    Jan 2010

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    Besides levels, they don't have a one good lift this season. Remember their 2008 FD first lift, or goose, or carmen lift from last year. This season their first and second rotational lift looking same to me. Its a boring lift which they used nearly every dance from 2011 to 2014. I know it is easy for them because shoulder balance but why two of them in one dance I don't undertand. And first lift not going with the music at all.

    2013 OD
    2013 FD
    2012 FD
    2011 FD

    Only found this for doing same position:
     a chosen example of Difficult Pose shall be considered for Level only the first time it occurs, whether it be in a Short Lift or in a part of Long
     examples b) (full “Biellmann) and c) (full doughnut/ring) shall be considered as the same example of Difficult Pose.,00.pdf

  2. #47
    Bona Fide Member
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    Nov 2012

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    ^^ Some interesting points. I think they want the dance to look easy from the get go. So they're going with the familiar. Can't really blame them really. Tessa's injuries, the management of, and just time may be against them. But I do hope they can at least work out their levels if nothing much else.

  3. #48
    Wicked Yankee Girl dorispulaski's Avatar
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    Jul 2003
    Country: United States of America

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    I think part of the idea of this dance is to have subtle references to their past programs; it is supposed to sum up their career experience. I suspect that's why some of the lifts have some familiar parts.

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