He has got to be kidding, right? I've never read a more delusional sentence in all my life. He'd have struggled to make the top six, let alone qualify for Worlds. Max and Ross skated out of their skins, Jeremy was ordinary, true, but er, was he not watching Joshua, or Alexander, or Jason, or Adam, or even Ricky? His time is gone. He blew it, squandered his chance, and now he's done.Some have asked about my thoughts on the recent U.S. nationals. I was very impressed with the men’s event, for the most part. Our new national champion, Max Aaron, skated a near-flawless routine and performed one of the most difficult technical programs in the past decade. (I believe that had I skated well, I would have been able to achieve one of the spots for this season’s World Championship. I definitely felt better about my possible position in U.S. figure skating after seeing the nationals.)
Man is he ever in for a big shock at Nationals next year...assuming he deigns to show up, of course.