- Mar 7, 2015
significant lead... hopefully he doesn't do like his countryman did in the FP last week
i doubt any JGP would compare favourably. Even when the Russians and Japanese are included, there are skaters from all over the world.Not to sound mean, but today in the morning I watched the boys' SP of the Moscow Junior Championships and this JGP event does not compare favourably.
El, tell us about how your car is like a junior man. Does it splat repeatedly? If you don’t tell us, we will be forced to guess. And it will not be pretty
Do strange liquid sounds appear, while you are playing Ain’t No Sunshine on the car radio?Not that bad.
Sometimes it runs without a noise, and life is good. And then sometimes, out of nowhere, it makes a grinding noise. When I least expect it. And inconsistently.
And I like it nevertheless. Like the junior men.
well... yes, the field is missing Japan and Russia. That's a given. However, something that is important to point out : many young skaters haven't had full access to the ice compared to pre-covid seasons. Adding to this altitude and early season jitters, for some, it's been two years in the waiting for international competition. I am not expecting this season to be the best season ever, but to me, it's not a question of talent, but more of lack of recent experience in competition and limited training access. Experience brings confidence. Confidence leads to consistency. Consistency leads to the stellar performances we have seen in previous years. It's a chain reaction, and for many skaters, the first step has not been possible in almost 2 years.Don't remind me. I think that was the best junior men's season in years. Although it doesn't help that Russia and Japan aren't here.
(just reached 10,000 reactions, it's nice to see you apreciate my silliness thank you)