I know Golden Skate and ISU.org stated Vincent's victory to start it off, but I meant other articles. I think they want to make it more dramatic. But it does make some sense. After all, it is Nathan Chen, and he had a huge winning streak.
I liked the FP, too. In fact, I think it's the first time that I've liked his Free better than the Short.Nah, you're not the only one who likes it. I love it, personally. His music is already playing repeatedly in my head. I've already said this elsewhere but I think that if skated cleanly with 5-6 quads, a little more polish, and the right touch of energy invested in the choreo section, it would absolutely bring the house down. It's dramatic enough. The Skate America crowd seemed to enjoy it, especially that choreo section.
Well, right now, Nathan is the face and the big draw for most audiences here in the US. It's been a while since casual fans have seen Nathan lose to anyone. It's been almost 5 years since Nathan lost to Vincent so, this is a big story. Hopefully one that will shine a new spotlight on Vincent.Why are the article names beginning with mentioning Nathan faltering and not winning? They could at least say that Vincent skated amazing and took a huge win. Just wondering.
i think most skaters would agree they love jason brown... make sure you have enough keys or you may have a problemI don't think one can call the Skate America crowd cold after they showed such love and support for Kevin when he needed it.
Of course they love the hometown skaters more, but so does every single country, completely understandable.
I didn't care for Daniel's choreo, but as I said earlier, any skater who has
1) wild jumps 2) amazing spins and 3) loves Jason Brown
holds the key to my heart