Here it is: https://skatecanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/2020-ISU-Championship-Selection-Criteria.pdfEven with a poor free skate, Daleman's total score at SCI was about 8 points lower than Bausback's Warsaw score about about 4 points behind Schumacher's. So she won't even have to skate her best to finish top 2. Skate Canada hasn't published the selection criteria yet for worlds.
Obviously not about the current competitive field, but there's a new IFS article about Joannie Rochette's impending graduation from medical school where she also talks about her career. It's interesting to hear her talk about the post-Vancouver period where she says she had it in mind to keep competing a few more years, but never quite made the leap back.
Another proof that transitioning from competitive to regular life happens with every skater and is difficult for all, regardless of age, country, coach, how many years a skater stayed in the field... Hope she goes to a good University and receives an education that will allow her an interesting and well paid profession.Good article about Kaetlyn, who "was in Edmonton on Monday to help promote The Next Step, a resource listing for Alberta athletes transitioning or retiring from competitive sport."
Kaetlyn Osmond shares difficult transition from competitive skating: ‘I should have reached out more’After deciding to leave competitive figure skating, Kaetlyn Osmond shut out that life and her team, cut her hair and moved to Toronto.globalnews.ca
2 clips here:Skate Ontario Instagram posted some more clips of Gabby, shes looking great and ready for Nationals
Man, Katherine Karon's mother looks young enough to be a novice skater to me. I really am getting old.Skate Canada is posting brief Q&A Athlete Spotlights ahead of next week's Nationals:
CBC News video feature on Katherine Karon, 14, who will compete in the Novice Women's event at the Canadian Championships: