They didn't do them dirty!Wow tech just below US!?!?! Well the US throw was great but the Japanese skate was much more effortless. Judges????
just a bit more, not below. But it's closeWow tech just below US!?!?! Well the US throw was great but the Japanese skate was much more effortless. Judges????
Thanks for the info. 🙂Mark is busy doing some ice shows I think...
Yeah I was watching the tech box right after the skate. The judges corrected that. Good judges. You have my approval.just a bit more, not below. But it's close
oh oh... i will need to watch this later... i was in a meeting... now in between meetings and the studio.. just enough time to watch the cactispencer, is that costume a subliminal message to @4everchan?
Knierim/Frazier were very good, and it's too bad they are sometimes not given credit by fans for their strengths.
??? What are you trying to say exactly? A lot of skaters have been 'over-scored' this season. That happens often in this sport: over-scoring, under-scoring, rep-scoring, home-advantage scoring, political scoring. It's nothing new.Alexa does best with a fierce program that has her doing a character. Brandon, on the other hand, does best with a program that allows his emotions to play, and he's at his very best when he can underplay the emotion. So they're mismatched in this way. I'm tired of the overscoring of them, but it's nothing new, at all.
a lot of what you seem to be talking about has to do with preferences, likes, dislikes, what you know about the skaters' personalities off-the-ice, and how long you have followed them. I admire Alexa/Brandon tremendously because I have witnessed their careers almost from the very beginning with their former partners as they overcame unbelievable odds.
??? What are you trying to say exactly?
Speaking of 'tired,' I'm fairly tired of fans whining about the pairs discipline this season, and I'm fed up with fans treating U.S. pairs teams with disrespect.
Furthermore, understand that Alexa/Brandon are the class of the field, as are Miura/Kihara..