Thanks for the links.
She's very good... for a Canadian lady. Should be a shoo-in for Canadian champion now that Cynthia's out and all the other Canadian ladies are utterly forgettable deer-in-the-headlights / headcases.
Would love to see her stay consistent (especially in far higher-pressure events than Nebelhorn) and keep growing, especially with respect to power. But everything that is there is a strong foundation for what lies ahead. She will likely not make a huge splash on the world scene this year, but is developing nicely, just in time for next year.
Congrats Kaetlyn. Good for Canada. Continue to grow and see you more often on the podiums.
If she does a 3/3 of some sort in the SP and LP (or at least one), she'd have to be in the top ten, right? I mean, ladies are still ladiezzzz.She will likely not make a huge splash on the world scene this year, but is developing nicely, just in time for next year.
That performance makes me less irritated that CTV showed her SP ten million times last year.
Wow, I hadn't expected Osmond to win Nebelhorn Trophy but good for her that she managed to finish first with a strong LP performance. Wish Kaetlyn many more great results to come, she's really very pleasant to watch.
Poor Katelyn, the pressure is going to be insane now. :/
Her jumps are incredible though. You don't see North American skaters with jumps that high very often.
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Hopefully she can stay consistent and continue on. I wouldn't count on Sotnikova's falls.
I'm happy for Kaetlyn, she deserved first place
That's interesting - Amelie Lacoste has been doing Sr. Internationals for a good 3-4 years now and her best ever long program was still only barely over 100, yet Kaetlyn gets 114+ on her first try.
I think the noticeable distinction is that Osmond has her all her toe jumps already in pretty good shape at 16 while Lacoste has still not yet managed to grasp any sort of consistency on toe jumps.
Colour me displeased when a jumping bean comes out of nowhere and grabs the Olympic Gold Medal.
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