anyways am I the only one who noticed that everytime v/m lose to d/w at wch theres always a backlash from the inner ice dance community? (such as zhulin)
im just saying how everyone comes to their defense to say even though d/w won v/m are still better
I am afraid that may have been the last performance of Hallelujah That is, assuming they don't do WTT and have new exhibitions for Stars on Ice.
I am so so proud of them for keeping their heads high this week. I just can't get enough of them. I don't care who coaches them next year, I want them to be happy and to enjoy every minute of it. With team Canada so strong this week it is possible that they'll pick up another gold medal in that event.
PS a big thanks to all who post pictures and videos in this thread. As I've said, i just can't get enough! Keep them coming!!
I doubt they won't skate the GPF. Ice dance is different, as we all know. If DW compete the whole year, they will carry that momentum into the OG. VM have to keep chasing them. Of course, whatever works best for them.
CBC coverage of the Gala with Tracy and Kurt and Brenda Irving hosting. In the intro they were all asked about highlights. Tracy said that for her it was dance (of course), she said that VM's Carmen was under-appreciated by the judges, she also said that WP were a highlight for her too.
They need tow numbers fro CSOI. I hope they will made ex Carmen version. Without spin, SS, but with transitions from the original version. Canada deserve to see Carmen "live". And they still need second number. Hope something light and funny and very dancing.
I think if Tracy and others disagree with judges, they need to talk about this durin arround table after ice dance competitions.
And i think will be good if PJ will made vote for - what choreo did you like more - NDP or Carmen. I am not sure about results, but will be interesting.
Here it is. It's a French interview so used google translator, but Scott just said they were gonna take a break then start preparing for next year."We are proud of our performance tonight, said Virtue. We wanted to forget the short program and present the best show possible tonight and I think we did. The rest (ranking) does not really matter. "
"This week has been the most exciting and most exhausting of our career," summarized Moir, who is like his partner from London. "It was very exciting to skate in front of all the people we know, but it was difficult to have no respite to regroup and prepare for the competition.
"We will now take a break, start thinking about our upcoming programs and work for the Games in Sochi, continued Moir. Yet we have a very vague idea of what we want to do. Certainly, it will be new, no repeat what we have already done on the ice ... "