Seems as if Bruno Massot has teamed up with Daria Popova
Pechalat/Bourzat new interview - Annecy-Infosports.
Edit : the link takes you to the English version of the interview
Last edited by cholla; 06-20-2011 at 10:41 PM.
"I missed the view and viewed the mist..." ©
Thank's Cholla can't wait to see them again
Originally posted on June 9 in the Pflumm/Guarise (ITA) thread in GSD:
Last edited by Sylvia; 06-20-2011 at 09:16 PM.
Thank you for the interview, cholla.
If this is to end in fire
Then we will all burn together
Yannick Bonheur is looking for a new partner for competition or shows. Also he says anyone can contact him if they want a pairs coach...
On Page 9, you will see where the main French skaters are this summer.
The most noticeable:
- Amodio is supposed to work with Lambiel in August in Courchevel
- Joubert with Urmanov for 2 weeks in Sweden
- Silette with P Grutter in Obersdorf for 3 weeks.
-Besseghier for 3 months in Detroit with Camerlengo and Sato
-Ponsart with Sato for 2 weeks
-Papadakis/Cizeron with Krylova in July
It's a French invasion in lovely Detroit.
Last edited by kirkbiggestfan; 07-14-2011 at 03:07 PM.
Hopefully Camerlengo can make Besseghier less SAW-like.
I was out of the loop, so this may be old news, but Vanessa James is skating with Morgan Cipres?
Do you have any ideas what will do Brian and Urmanov for two weeks?
Because there are no news about Brian's next years plans and programs at all, but I guess the four days with Wilson is too short to do anything serious, like a full program. So in first version they just discussed some things and replaced some elements due the next year's rules ( I think the Straing Line Step Sequesnce MUST be developed because Brian gets very low levels and marks - because that step sequence is empty like a groceries in Etiop).
But is that possible for Brian to create a new coreography with Urmanov? However I've never heard about any kind of coreograping work about Urmanov....
I would think it's a summer training camp, like the ones Mishin holds annually in Europe.
"'Is this new BMW-designed sled the ultimate sledding machine for Langdon and Holcomb?' Leigh Diffey asked before the pair cruised to victory. I don’t know, but I know that sled is the ultimate Olympic Games product placement.." -- Jen Chaney
Everyone gets level 1 on the second step sequence in the LP, because it's the choreo step sequence. Skaters are probably better off not putting too much effort into it - they all end up with positive GOEs anyway. As far as I can see, only two skaters at Worlds did not get a positive GOE on the choreo steps, and most everyone had +1 or more - there's not that much a skater can do to set himself apart on that, and Joubert is not suddenly going to do a Takahashi-like sequence. His spin levels were all over the place last season, and I think he'd be better served by sorting that out.