- Mar 11, 2016
And i have a different opinion. I don't see the overwhelming athleticism that should put him way above those two.No it's not, it's the system, which Jason as an athlete is maximizing every single point he can get. Good for him.
Jason is not just a "quadless skater". What he does outside of jumps is crazy difficult and crazy athletic. Other skaters simply do not have his skill in those areas. Hanee, as much as I love his 3A, no. Matteo Rizzo? I like Matteo too, but no.
It's not reputation, and it's not big fed, it's that Jason is in fact *that* good. ETA: Although I would concede an argument that Matteo and Han should be in the 90s, if Jason were over 100.
Matteo program was technically superior. Overall, i'm not just talking about the jumps. And artistically they were on the same level for me.
We can agree that we have different tastes.
There aren't worlds between Jason's SS and Han's. And Han's jumps, all jumps, are better. Let's agree that Jason is better on IN and his CO is usually more intricate. It doesn't justify that in the same competition, both clean, Jason will get high 95+ and Han 85+.