Well... at least we know...
Well... at least we know...
Good for her. We don't know what the future holds but I'm glad this one setback isn't deterring her. I hope she is able to get back on track next season.
"If people are looking for guarantees, they should buy appliances at Sears and stay away from human relationships."~Prancer
I guess it's not FSU she's readingThis morning at a coffee shop in Bloomfield Hills, Czisny sat with her laptop answering emails and reading comments posted about her on a figure skating Web site. A former two-time U.S. ladies champion (2009 and 2011), Czisny said she’s grateful; most of the posts have been supportive.
I never thought for a moment she would
To be honest, if I were a skater, I wouldn't read FSU either after an experience like Czisny's.
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I hope she comes back strong next season.
Good for her. Next will probably be a good year for her... once the rollercoaster goes down.. it then goes up!
Good for her. I hope she reclaims her US title next year, and I'm glad she was at least offered WTT.
Good for her. I wish her all the best next season and hope she comes back stronger than ever. But whatever her results, I admire how she carries herself with grace even in difficult times.
"The Devil is joining in, and that's never a good sign." Phil Liggett
She doesn't seem to have any explanation for her failure to land jumps at Worlds, as if it was something apart from her happening over which she had no control.
I have serious doubts that she will ever again regain her US Championship.
Isn't there a support thread for Czisny here on FSU? (Just sayin'...)
Well.....apparently you do“I don’t want to watch that -- I mean, who does performances like that?" [Czisny] asked, forcing a smile as she shook her head in disbelief.
(sorry, couldn't resist!)
Well, if she's not going to quit, I wish her the best of luck and hope she can exit on a stronger note. However, I will be throwing my support behind other American skaters for next year's Worlds as I think the #s speak for themselves, and other folks are just as, if not more, capable of doing well (or at least competently) in Ontario.
I wish her well, and appreciate her qualities.. But I didn't think USFS should have invited her to WTT after two embarrassing back to back disasters , unless it was to drive the World Team Zamboni. They should have gone straight to Gold or Zhang. This does not bode well for future team selections.
Last edited by FunnyBut; 04-11-2012 at 01:34 AM.
Well atleast she has guts coming back. I will give her that much. Too bad she didnt show any of that same guts on the ice this season. Even if she isnt blackballed by the USFSA Flatt style she will only make it to London if one of Wagner or Gold bombs at Nationals or in the events leading up to it. More likely she will receive Flatt like treatment from the US judges at Nationals and have to skate extremely well to come even top 5.
You should never write words with numbers. Unless you're seven. Or your name is Prince. - "Weird Al" Yankovic, "Word Crimes"
WOW!!! I am so happy! Good for her. (And good for me). What a spirit she has.
DH - and that's just my opinion
I'll be surprised if we ever see her back to worlds. I get the feeling the USFSA will make sure GG and Ashley are on the world team.
Agreed. Makes me think they'll give her chance #5 without thinking about it if she gets in the top 2...she'll bomb again and we'll have 2 spots for the SECOND straight Olympics.But I didn't think USFS should have invited her to WTT after two embarrassing back to back disasters , unless it was to drive the World Team Zamboni. They should have gone straight to Gold or Zhang. This does not bode well for future team selections.
At some point you have to start looking at the numbers and asking questions.
this...Well atleast she has guts coming back. I will give her that much. Too bad she didnt show any of that same guts on the ice this season.