Interview with Federica Testa and Lukáš Csölley: “We don't want to pass unnoticed”
Here is another interview that Pingu and I made at Euros in Zagreb. This time we talked to Federica Testa and Lukas Csölley, slovak ice dance team (yay for smaller countries ).
We chatted about their goals, their olympic dreams, how they work with Paola Mezzadri and Marina Zueva's team. I hope you enjoy!
They definitely don't pass unnoticed. They have nice programs and present them well. I thought they were undermarked on the PCS at Euros.
I like that they are trying to show a story, Mezzadri-style: sometimes it can be boring to watch teams of the first groups at Euros because free dances look all the same, they're generic ( like their own free dance last year, as they mentioned in the interview). I'm also glad that Testa found a suitable partner, even if competing for another country, it would have been a shame if she didn't.
For those who do know know this team yet:
Free dance (the concept is a love story during IIWW)
Short dance (Sissi and Franz)