Interview with Federica Testa and LukᚠCsölley: “We don't want to pass unnoticed”

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  1. eleonorad

    eleonorad Active Member

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    Here is another interview that Pingu and I made at Euros in Zagreb. This time we talked to Federica Testa and Lukas Csölley, slovak ice dance team (yay for smaller countries :respec:).

    We chatted about their goals, their olympic dreams, how they work with Paola Mezzadri and Marina Zueva's team. I hope you enjoy!

    http://www.artonice.it/?q=it/node/13601
     
  2. Ziggy

    Ziggy Well-Known Member

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    They definitely don't pass unnoticed. They have nice programs and present them well. I thought they were undermarked on the PCS at Euros.
     
  3. eleonorad

    eleonorad Active Member

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    I like that they are trying to show a story, Mezzadri-style: sometimes it can be boring to watch teams of the first groups at Euros because free dances look all the same, they're generic ( like their own free dance last year, as they mentioned in the interview). I'm also glad that Testa found a suitable partner, even if competing for another country, it would have been a shame if she didn't.

    For those who do know know this team yet:

    Free dance (the concept is a love story during IIWW)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwQ31GJvevc

    Short dance (Sissi and Franz)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0-jWbb9K2E