Well, I honestly feel like nothing can save her now...but good luck to her with Orser.
I hope that he can help her.
Best of luck to her.
It's not so much her skating....it's her "head" that's the problem. Microwave popcorn doesn't pop as much as she does. I hope he can teach her to control her nerves. I really would like to see her skate to her potential.
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I'm surprised she's taking the leap and leaving Québec! However, I think the change of training in a new atmosphere will help re-motivate her.
Good luck to her. I had long given up on her but she has some fantastic basics, some of the best, and will be interesting to see if she can live up to her past potential with the new change. I won't hold my breath but I do agree with Thompson in that article that she has the potential to be another Joannie.
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Good luck to Cynthia. I think she waited a bit too long, but you never know.
YEAH BABY!!!! Amaaazing move on her part! Nothing bad can come out of this, cuz she's already reached the lowest point this season with her latest FP performance (triple toes only? Really?) it seams like orser is somehow making gedevanishvilli less if a headcase with each outing, and maybe he can do the same to her
But first thing's first: GET HER NEW PROGRAMS
I really hope this will help Cynthia. Good luck to her.
YEAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH (i skate at the CC).
Ohhhhh, this is fantastic news. Here's to hoping for a fruitful pairing. I do wish this had taken place earlier in the season, but better now than later (or not at all). Good luck Cynthia. Best wishes to you.
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I'm happy to hear this! I hope it works out for her.
Perhaps a new set of eyes and coaching will help Phaneuf, but I think she mainly needs to find the motivation within to succeed. I wish her luck on her new journey though.
I meant to take the high road.... but I missed the exit.
Great for Cynthia, but I, too, am very surprised that she left Barabe and co.
Best of luck to her!
Okay, this is good. If there's anyone out there that can help, it's Brian. Good luck to her. I have to admire her tenacity. It's been a tough go since she came back from her injury (seems long ago).
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I never thought this would happen but it's just about the ONLY thing that could allow her to finally reach her potential. Best of luck to you, Cynthia.
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