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skylark

Gazing at a Glorious Great Lakes sunset
Record Breaker
Joined
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.:points: If anyone is figure skating deprived, you need look no further.
 

labgoat

Keeper of the Pull Arabians
Record Breaker
Joined
Jan 3, 2007
Country
United-States
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.:points: If anyone is figure skating deprived, you need look no further.

So glad to hear you are enjoying this thread - guess it was a good thing i had it ready to go for all of us deprived of skating because of Corona.
 

ladyjane

Medalist
Joined
Jun 26, 2012
Country
Netherlands
Rika Hongo's River Dance in 2016....I know others were better (Ashley was great) but Rika's River Dance is just such fun. I love that programme.
 

labgoat

Keeper of the Pull Arabians
Record Breaker
Joined
Jan 3, 2007
Country
United-States
This list has turned out to be a gift to myself. I have been largely missing from the forum due to a catastrophe of sorts. One of my backup drives failed as I was backing it up and I lost ALL of my videos from 2011-2020. Good thing I backed up my lists on this forum. I am unlikely to recover everything (US Nationals is probably a goner), but it is what I've got. If anyone has any recommendations - I am looking for a data recovery service with the money I saved from Worlds getting cancelled.
 
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labgoat

Keeper of the Pull Arabians
Record Breaker
Joined
Jan 3, 2007
Country
United-States
Labgoat Video List Shortcuts....link availability is subject to change. All events are listed in competition order.

GP FinalEuropeansFour ContinentsWorldsOlympics
1998-1999 GPF –
Saint Petersburg, RUS
1999 EC -
Prague, CZE
1999 4CC –
Halifax, CAN
1999 WC –
Helsinki, FIN
1999-2000 GPF –
Lyon, FRA
2000 EC -
Vienna, AUT
2000 4CC –
Osaka, JPN
2000 WC –
Nice, FRA
2001-2002 GPF –
Tokyo, JPN
2001 EC -
Bratislava, SVK
2001 4CC –
Salt Lake City, USA
2001 WC – Vancouver, CAN
2001-2002 GPF –
Kitchener, CAN
2002 EC –
Lausanne, SUI
2002 4CC –
Jeonju, KOR
2002 WC –
Nagano, JPN
2002 OG -
Salt Lake City, USA
2002-2003 GPF –
Saint Petersburg, RUS
2003 EC -
Malmö, SWE
2003 4CC –
Beijing, CHN
2003 WC –
Washington DC, USA
2003-2004 GPF –
Colorado Springs, USA
2004 EC-
Budapest, HUN
2004 4CC – Hamilton, CAN2004 WC –
Dortmund, GER
2004-2005 GPF –
Beijing, CHN
2005 EC –
Torino, ITA
2005 4CC – Gangneung, KOR2005 WC –
Moscow, RUS
2005-2006 GPF –
Tokyo, JPN
2006 EC –
Lyon, FRA
2006 4CC –
Colorado Springs, USA
2006 WC –
Calgary, CAN
2006 OG –
Torino, ITA
2006-2007 GPF –
Saint Petersburg, RUS
2007 EC –
Warsaw, POL
2007 4CC –
Colorado Springs, USA
2007 WC –
Tokyo, JPN
2007-2008 GPF –
Turin, ITA
2008 EC-
Zagreb, CRO
2008 4CC –
Goyang City, KOR
2008 WC –
Göteborg, SWE
2008-2009 GPF –
Goyang City, KOR
2009 EC-
Helsinki, FIN
2009 4CC –
Vancouver, CAN
2009 WC –
Los Angeles, USA
2009-2010 GPF –
Tokyo, JPN
2010 EC-
Talinn, EST
2010 4CC –
Jeonju, KOR
2010 WC –
Torino, ITA
2010 OG –
Vancouver, CAN
2010-2011 GPF –
Beijing, CHN
2011 EC –
Bern, SUI
2011 4CC –
Taipei City, TPE
2011 WC – Moscow, RUS
2011-2012 GPF –
Quebec City, CAN
2012 EC -Sheffield, GBR2012 4CC –
Colorado Springs, USA
2012 WC –
Nice, FRA
2012-2013 GPF –
Sochi, RUS
2013 EC –
Zagreb, CRO
2013 4CC –
Osaka, JPN
2013 WC – London, CAN
2013-2014 GPF –
Fukuoka, JPN
2014 EC – Budapest, HUN2014 4CC –
Taipei City, TPE
2014 WC – Saitama, JPN2014 OG –
Sochi, RUS
2014-2015 GPF – Barcelona, ESP2015 EC - Stockholm, SWE2015 4CC –
Seoul, KOR
2015 WC –
Shanghai, CHN
2015-2016 GPF – Barcelona, ESP2016 EC – Bratislava, SVK2016 4CC –
Taipei City, TPE
2016 WC –
Boston, USA
2016-2017 GPF – Marseille, FRA2017 EC – Ostrava, CZE2017 4CC – Gangneung, KOR2017 WC – Helsinki, FIN
2017-2018 GPF – Nagoya, JPN2018 EC – Moscow, RUS2018 4CC – Taipei City, TPE2018 WC – Milan, ITA2018 OG – Pyeong,Chang, KOR
2018-2019 GPF – Vancouver, CAN2019 EC – Minsk, BLR2019 4CC – Anaheim, USA2019 WC – Saitama, JPN
2019-2020 GPF – Turin, ITA2020 EC – Graz, AUT2020 4CC – Seoul, KOR2020 WC –
Montreal, CAN
cancelled
2020-2021 GPF-
Beijing, CHN
cancelled
2021 EC -
Zagreb, CRO
cancelled
2021 4CC -
Sydney, AUS
cancelled
2021 WC -
Stockholm, SWE
 
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