Wonder who the TBA Men's skater will be? PJ (back from retirement)?, Ed Appleby or Freddy (from Juniors)?
I think Ed Appleby is the likely one.
Despite saying that I thought Edward Appleby would get it I am a little surprised because he was still a substitute on the junior Grand Prix and you cannot do both the junior Grand Prix and the senior Grand Prix in the same season.Just saw in the GP Entries thread over in The Edge - Ed did get it.
Thank you to @Andrea82 for letting us know.
Still no word on who is replacing Walsh / Michaud in Pairs, though.
Let's hope that Lydia and Harry perform really well in Sheffield next week. If they do, it might make some people take notice for November...
I know, after being passed over for a host pick, they're unlikely to get in now under the normal rules. But, we can still dream!
I hope they emulate Internationaux de France and make tickets really affordable - I paid about 15 Euros a day for tickets there in 2018.It is. I'm counting down the hours and desperately hoping the tickets won't be five hundred quid... It would be nice of BIS to let us know in advance so we can plan.
Assume venue with lack of seating has something to do with it. Either way, I know plenty who are priced out.Welp! Ticket prices are in and they are unforgiving. £110 for the whole day on Sunday and that's only the ladies and dance fs. £50 just to watch practice day. I paid 30 euros in IDF one year for a whole day and saw skaters like Evgenia, Rika, Nathan. The prices here you would think they were hosting the worlds not a GP stage with a much weaker field of skaters. And considering they are hosting for the first time you would think they would keep the prices lower to attract fans in a non-skating enthusiastic country.