Oh I know...
That definitely is a great pic of Cody.
When I looked at it I thought "When did howdy doody turn into a HOWDY, duuuude!!"??
All the pics looked great.
The first pic of Crone and Poirier was awesome, too. In that pic they look like they have aged about 3 years...and I mean that as a compliment. Our babies are growin up!!
Don't cry because its over...smile because it happened.
Wow! Just gorgeous. Thank you for sharing them.
Thanks for the reports about the show to those of you who attended as well!
That's Julia Plechko. She and her partner were 2nd in pre-novice last year. She does have a great presence out there.
More gorgeous pics. Thank you, Erica!
Thanks so much to everyone for the absolutely gorgeous photos!!!
I was just wondering if anyone could comment on Paul & Islam's program. I believe they skated their new FD, and I'd love to hear how it went. Thanks!
I'd like to hear about P/I, too. ..I thought I'd heard something about their programs earlier,and I don't remember any mention of As Time Goes By. Now I can't find it , of course..but it might only have been mention of their plans to work with Haguenauer for at least one program again...
So, how were they ?
Any videos out there? Thanks for the photos!
About P/I, if I remember correctly, their program was light and traditional. I did not realize their program was their new FS.
Last edited by seabm7; 08-11-2010 at 04:41 PM.
Mmmmm.."light and traditional" . Then I'm guessing it can't have been their FS.. They made a dramatic splash last year...I would think they would want to at least equal that for their senior debut...
Last edited by skatingfan04; 08-11-2010 at 11:42 PM.
OH it equals it and well beyond.
More guesses in the dark ( for me, I mean..)
Thanks for the clarification , I thought I'd read about their program somewhere , just couldn't remember the details ..So, if they only used the one piece, an excerpt or Ex based on the FD would make sense ( Don't they have to include more than one piece, or at least have a definite change in tempo ?)
And I totally agree about showing versatility. When i said they made a dramatic splash, I really was referring to them coming out of nowhere and rising to the upper ranks in their first year, though their programs were dramatic.
I'm really looking forward to seeing them this year, and how they compare to R/H overall. Technique aside, their programs were definitely more mature than R/H's last year.
( I love the degree of lean in that lift in the photos.)