Calgary Herald article: Skaters anxious to hit the ice at delayed worlds
Moore-Towers and Moscovitch article in the Waterloo Record: http://www.therecord.com/sports/loca...ags-for-russia“The waiting has been very long, and for sure, it was a big delay for us and the season is starting to get very long,” Cynthia Phaneuf of Contrecoeur, Que., who is one of two Canadian representatives in the women’s singles event, told reporters on a conference call Monday.
“These worlds, we are going to remember them for a long time. For sure, they are unlike no others before. I’m sure it’s going to be different. I’m very excited how people are going to be prepared and how people are going to be motivated.”
“With the delay, it kind of gave us a bit of time to come down a little bit, slow down our training so we can peak at the appropriate time,” said Moore-Towers, who skates with Moscovitch at the Kitchener-Waterloo Skating Club. “I think it actually helped us, because the season was getting a little long and making us feel a little run down. But we are definitely energized and ready now.”