Sinead re-injured, the Kerrs to miss CoR and British Nats

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  1. mia joy

    mia joy New Member

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    from John's facebook:

    I KNEW there was something more to their defeat at SC. I hope she recovers really soon and we get to see them at their full potential at Europeans.

    And what's with all the injuries this season, anyway? :(
     
  2. SoxFox

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    Thanks for the info! I'm sad for them and hope she recovers soon! I will look forward to seeing them at Europeans and Worlds.
     
  3. L'amour

    L'amour New Member

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    Lots of injuries the season :(

    I hope she recovers soon.
     
  4. skatefan

    skatefan Well-Known Member

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    Oh, that really is a shame :(

    Especially because the British would have been our last chance to see them compete here in the UK before they retire at the end of the season http://www.iceskating.org.uk/node/4320 .
     
  5. rvi5

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    At the Skate Canada International gala, she performed the reversed lift where she lifted John. Her shoulder must have been OK at that point, unless that lift was what caused the re-injury. :(
     
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  6. AragornElessar

    AragornElessar Well-Known Member

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    Maybe they'll reconsider since they really haven't been at their best due to Sinead's injury?

    What a shame. Speedy recovery to Sinead.
     
  7. genevieve

    genevieve drinky typo pbp, closet hugger Staff Member

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    I hope taking the time off will enable her to heal completely by Euros.
     
  8. miffy

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    I have never believed they will retire after this season! :p Euros in Sheffield next season?!

    Very sad for them although not surprised, I've had a bad feeling. :( Glad that they are staying positive.
     
  9. LilJen

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    Rats!!! So sad for them. I was looking forward to seeing their FD again. And their fun SD too. I hope she gets well soon.
     
  10. skatefan

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    I also hope they will stay for 2012 Euros :)
     
  11. Lanie

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    :wuzrobbed Poor Sinead! I hope she gets better really soon. Only performing at SC, Euros and Worlds before they retire makes me sad
     
  12. ice dance

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    :wuzrobbed: Hope Sinead heals quickly.
    I actually did the same injury as her (popped my shoulder out two days in a row) at about the same time and it still feels like it is going to pop out again if I reach out at the certain angles. It's a painful nuisance for me, and I'm far from an elite athlete, so I probably don't use my shoulder half as much as Sinead.
     
  13. MikiAndoFan#1

    MikiAndoFan#1 Well-Known Member

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    Oh no.

    :wuzrobbed

    I hope she recovers in time for Europeans!
     
  14. museksk8r

    museksk8r Holding an edge and looking dangerously sexy

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    :wuzrobbed That seriously bites! Get better, Sinead . . . wishing you a speedy recovery.
     
  15. Tak

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    Wow - someone said it - they are dropping like flies this season :(

    I hope she heals well and they come back strong.
     
  16. Jot the Dot Dot

    Jot the Dot Dot Headstrong Buzzard

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    Love their skating, and love her voice & accent. Such a dedicated bro & sis team, hope she recovers soon and fully.
     
  17. victoriaheidi

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    I'm so going to miss that SD. And, of course, the Kerrs-I think they're very talented.

    And yeah, I was really surprised when they got the silver at SC.
     
  18. Lacey

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    Knowing about the first shoulder injury, I kept watching and watching, hoping nothing would happen and yet also being amazed that nothing did happen. I hope it heals.
     
  19. Finnice

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    Too bad! Quick recovery to Sinead!
     
  20. umronnie

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    I think all the contortions "required" by CoP, plus very complex lifts, are causing way too many injuries.
    Skaters have always been injuring themselves, but had there ever been so many injuries in Ice Dance?
     
  21. IneZR

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    Couldn't agree more. This is so sad to see so many talented ice dancers injuring themselves and being forced to skip competitions or even worse - end their career. :(

    Max Shabalin - knee injury, Tessa Virtue - chronic exertional compartment syndrome, Sergei Novitski - knee injury, Evan Bates - left Achilles tendon injury, Isabel Delobel - shoulder injury, Ben Agosto - back problems, Anna Zadorozhniuk - back problems - the list could go on and on and on. It seems like these days ice dancing is even more traumatizing than pairs skating!
     
  22. taz'smum

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    This leaves British Nationals in the very embarrassing position of only having 2 Senior Dance couples! :shuffle:

    NISA, what have you done to British Ice Dance?? :wall:
     
  23. Zemgirl

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    CoP dance does appear to be more physically demanding, but I really don't see how the injuries suffered by Evan Bates (freak accident) or Isabel Delobel (injured doing a gala program) could possibly be blamed on the requirements of the system.

    Really sad about Sinead and John; I hope they'll have successful return at Euros.
     
  24. mia joy

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    I still don't believe they will. This whole "this is their last season" is such a speculation. Neither of them has said anything about it yet. But I am pretty sure they will want to say goodbye to the British audience at Sheffield Euros, especially that they're gonna miss a big part of this season. They love people who love them and if audiences all over the world go crazy about them, just think how crazy the British audience will get. I wouldn't want to miss that if I were them ;)
     
  25. paskatefan

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    So bummed out about this news. :eek: :( May Sinead have a full & speedy recovery. Love this team so much!
     
  26. Ituriel

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    ... and Shabalin's injury was caused by a skiing accident, and Novitski was injured in a car crash.

    So sad for the Kerrs, :( and I'll miss them to much. I wish to see them in Sheffield too.

    I hope they will be healthy for Berna.
     
  27. PRlady

    PRlady aspiring tri-national

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    Krylova permanently damaged her back in the days before CoP, I remember Beanie missing most of a season with a serious injury to something, and Naomi Lang was out as much as she was in. Didn't Averbukh also have a bad knee?

    In other words, Cop hasn't made it any easier but the constant stress on the joints seems to be part of the sport and even young, healthy, flexible people eventually show the strain. :(
     
  28. IneZR

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    Where did you get this info from? :confused: Shabalin actually had surgeries on both of his knees and neither of them was caused by the ski accident. He underwent meniscus surgery on his right knee in the 2007 off-season. But as the season progressed it turned out that Maxim also needed surgery on the meniscus in his left knee. He had his second surgery in December 2007, so they had to skip Russian Nationals, because Maxim needed time to recover. Then they won gold at the 2008 European Championships, but Maxim re-injured his left knee AGAIN, which caused them to withdraw from 2008 Worlds.

    Novitski's problems with knees had nothing to do with the car crash: Sergei has been struggling with knee injuries FOR YEARS. Unfortunately this is a very typical injury for male ice dancers, because the pressure on meniscus is HUGE. I don't remember exactly which year was it, but I believe that Fabian Bourzat also had a surgery on his knee some time ago.
     
  29. Ituriel

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    about Shabalin, I read it in a forum, maybe I lost something in traslation

    But Novitiski said in every interview that his injury was caused by the car accident

    http://ptichkafs.livejournal.com/49607.html

    You're right, high pressure made the injury worse
     
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  30. Frau Muller

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    Oh no!!!! That's too bad. I hope that they're well enough in time for Euros.