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This makes me laugh. But I agree.
Originally Posted by t.mann
I adore kozuka's skating. His skating skill and speed makes me feel good. always..
Technically he is great except quad. And he can interpret music.
It's a shame he can't do quad more perfectly and consistently.
Last edited by leaa; 11-16-2012 at 03:36 AM.
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I love Kozuka's skating skills too. Breaking the 300 mark is hard for everyone IMO. I think among the Japanese man, Hanyu may be the best bet as he has excellent TES compared to his fellow Japanese skaters.
"And now here is my secret, a very simple secret: It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible to the eye" in The Little Prince - Antoine de Saint-Exupery
To dream the impossible dream ... To reach the unreachable star ...
Not to compare the two scoring systems, mind you, but even the unlikely reaching and breaking of 300 mark internationally wouldn't have nuthin' on the excitement of seeing one or two or a string of 6.0s in the kiss n' cry either at a Nationals or International event!
These magical performances and kiss ‘n cry reactions still bring a chill up my spine. Can’t say the same for the generally boring kiss ‘n cry reactions and frantic point-gathering on-ice moves (especially the slow eked-out spin revolutions) that quite often occur under IJS/CoP.
I don't think 300 is impossible dream and unreachable star. You are living in the past. But here people are talking about future.
Originally Posted by aftershocks
Not to compare the two scoring systems, but lets compare my feelings about seeing high scores from the two scoring systems.
Originally Posted by Proustable