Midori ito - 1989 World Championships - LP
Katarina Witt - 1987 World Championships - LP
Kim Yu-Na - 2010 Olympics - SP
Michelle Kwan - 1998 US Nationals - LP
Janet Lynn - 1970 US Nationals - LP
Tara Lipinski - 1998 Olympics - LP
Oksana Baiul - 1994 Olympics - LP
Kristi Yamaguchi - 1992 US Nationals - LP
Elizabeth Manley - 1988 Olympics - LP
Denise Biellmann - 1981 World Championships - LP
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What I find fascinating about this and Kwan's FS that both had a triple toe right before the end. I can't think of any other program where a skate practically ends with a (triple) jump.
You know what? Everybody has their own cup of tea.
Therefore, each person's taste will be different.
You may not agree with that but you should respect other's taste.
Because it's just their own taste. Am i right?
["You like it? Really?? It's nothing to me. ]
I regret to say that I'm very disappointed with your post.
^ I'm not expecting everyone to agree with me (especially with all the Yunabots in this world); I'm just voicing my opinion on her performance. I'm sure there are certain skaters' performances that did nothing for you either...
About Sarah getting a standing O before her performance ended, don't forget that she was skating in front of the home crowd (USA). That is not to say that crowd would not have done that for a skater from another country (the Canadian crowd did that for Midori Ito at the 1988 Olympics).
Even though I did not vote for Yu na (for some reason the poll had her SP while all other skaters had their LP's- that's always hard to compare), I do consider her 2010 LP performance one of the greatest ever. She did not dilute any of her content, and she delivered. JMO, of course.
Vash, I agree with your whole post
But Gershwin's Concerto in F isn't a fiery piece of music. Yu-Na captured the essence of the theme by being cool, serene and sophisticated - and performed it perfectly.
Yu-Na's LP is Vancouver was brilliantly skated (especially all things considered) but (in my eyes) is one heck of a dreary programme. She still deserved her gold 100%.
“Freedom is the right to tell people what they do not want to hear.” George Orwell
To be correct, there was definitely standing O after Yuna's performance.
Chen Lu 1996 Worlds FS
What I'm saying is that the performance was very reserved (as in I don't go back and watch it over again like I do for other performances, and quite frankly, I don't remember much from it besides that she cried after the program and her scores were . And like Jarrett said, the spark and fire were lacking from that LP) and IMO that Gershwin program did not display her artistic potential. Her Lark Ascending LP was soooooooo much better.
IMO, if Baiul must be up there for 'greatest performance,' maybe her '93 Worlds LP performance should be a choice, not that turd she laid in Lillehamer