Oksana Baiul (pro & exhibition)
Michelle Kwan (2003 SP)
Grishchuk-Platov (1997 FD)
Navka-Kostamorov (2003? FD)
Jill Trenary (1992? pro)
Grushina-Goncharov (2002? FD)
That said I am over Kurt Browning's version not making it to the list. To me that's the best singles TFB.
Jill should get points for being the first to use the music. Was this Dean's influence?
"Puccini cries out for spirals, but really good ones." ~ Dick Button, 1998 Worlds
"Nature is a damp, inconvenient sort of place where birds and animals wander about uncooked."
from Speedy Death
Considering that this is a short program skated at US Nationals, it is really good, in my opinion:
It is very different to skate to this music in a show or pro competition.
Gritschuk & Platov's skated to its maximum was far superior to Michelle Kwan's IMO. Michelle's was also very good, but G&P left me more feeling of owning that music totally. Michelle wins every poll she is on here though. I never saw Baiul's, Navka & Kostomarov's was just good, and the other two were mediocre at best.