"We call Angela, 'Jelly,' and we call the two of them the Jelly and Josh Show because they just love each other," Krall continued. "They are big boosters for one another, and that's been a lot of fun. They're wonderful training mates, not just on-ice partners but very good, steady friends off ice as well. They sort of need each other. I love that they are both competing in Sochi."
Krall assigns much of the credit for Farris' results to Damon Allen, another of the skater's coaches at Colorado Springs' World Arena.
"Damon Allen is also his choreographer, and the two of them have really worked on making his programs, I would almost say, fascinating," Krall said. "They are a pleasure to watch. I would say Josh is focusing on the performance, and it's fun for him to get that edge.
"The other edge is he has really been training hard off ice, with the result that he is a really strong man this year. We were looking at clips of him one year ago and he was a boy compared to the man he is today. He is physically fit, he is taller, he is stronger, and as a result of that, he is really putting out some dynamic athletic ability."