Gazing at a Glorious Great Lakes sunset
- Aug 12, 2014
I am still around, being careful. I needed a diversion today so here is another gift. just so there is no confusion, this is not my YouTube channel since I don't have one. It was much easier to post from one site. Many thanks to this poster! I also find myself not biased by the commentary when it is not in my native language. RIP Chris Reed and Denis Ten...
[FONT=&]2012 World Figure Skating Championships[/FONT]
[FONT=&]Nice, FRA Palais des Expositions[/FONT]
[FONT=&]26.03.2012 - 01.04.2012[/FONT]
[FONT=&]ISU Page - [/FONT][FONT=&]http://www.isuresults.com/results/wc2012/index.htm[/FONT]
Bumping this thread up to say again, labgoat, you are amazing! I've watched most of 2012 and 2015 worlds now thanks to you. One interesting thing: Very few of the pairs here (if any) did a Reverse Lift. Now almost everyone does one, and you have to develop one if you want to be among the very top pairs ... mmm, maybe top 5. You can be in top 10 without one, for instance Ashley Cain and Timothy Leduc came 9th at 2019 Worlds with an Axel lift, a Step-in, and a group 3. But now, since last season, they've added a Reverse lift, which they developed further at every competition.
This thread is so great! There's much more content than I can view for a long time to come, which is a real gift. If anyone is figure skating deprived, you need look no further.