Were you referring to Jason's EX to "Melancholy" by Alexey Kosenko? It was a spellbinding performance and was choreographed by Rohene Ward.Is this Fleabag Season 2?
For those wondering, this was in response to Teams Russia & Japan's group number to "We Are The World" that closed the first half.love the announcer's enthusiasm for world peace same
Yay, just discovered that Taiwan's ELTA Sports has uploaded Hanyu's EX performances from WTT! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxEfoTvkCIkI thought it was very poignant that Hanyu chose to bring back his program to the song "Hana wa Saku" / "Flowers will Bloom" (info about the song: http://www.nhk.or.jp/ashita/english...L]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcRlanbiA24
Getty Images has photos from the Exhibition Gala.Not surprisingly, Nathan opened his Rocketman exhibition program (overnight in Osaka) with the 4T+1Eu+3F combo that he missed in his WTT free skate : https://www.instagram.com/tv/CNzlFRhJEb2/
His encore was part of his Caravan SP from last season: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CNzppvfpQO4/
Is this Fleabag Season 2?
Were you referring to Jason's EX to "Melancholy" by Alexey Kosenko? It was a spellbinding performance and was choreographed by Rohene Ward.
He also organized this post-WTT thank you video (Bradie sounds like she has the potential to become fluent!): https://www.instagram.com/p/CNzp4KsHFSG/
Maybe they gave it to Italy for giving it their all and scoring pretty well despite being one team member short? I suppose that maybe counts as a sort of team spirit?What?! How can this award not go to the French team?
2 images of the Team Japan whiteboard (first one features Kaori's drawings): https://twitter.com/skatingjapan/status/13836337697483284492 photos tweeted by JSF: https://twitter.com/skatingjapan/status/1383414913712852993
"In the [World Team Trophy] player area, there was a national competition even on the whiteboard.
It is filled with illustrations and messages that are full of individuality from each country [CAN & FRA, RUS & USA].
The Japanese team board will be released tomorrow."
This is a stunning program. I was wondering how it might be converted to a competitive program, but unfortunately it would likely be difficult to incorporate numerous quads and maintain the integrity.LOVE LOVE Shoma's Baroque EX from this season that was choreographed by Kenji Miyamoto. According to his wiki, the classical piece is Concerto in C minor for Cello, Strings and Basso continuo, RV 401 by Antonio Vivaldi, performed by Yo-Yo Ma and Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra.
Those drawings with their names are adorable! Good work Kaori!2 images of the Team Japan whiteboard (first one features Kaori's drawings): https://twitter.com/skatingjapan/status/1383633769748328449
"This time too, Team Japan's board is a character art by Kaori Sakamoto designer. Each player is well represented!"
Link to watch: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CN0CV_qJ17c/LOVE LOVE Shoma's Baroque EX from this season that was choreographed by Kenji Miyamoto. According to his wiki, the classical piece is Concerto in C minor for Cello, Strings and Basso continuo, RV 401 by Antonio Vivaldi, performed by Yo-Yo Ma and Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra.
Link to watch: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CNzO-R_pc1m/... Jason's EX to "Melancholy" by Alexey Kosenko? It was a spellbinding performance and was choreographed by Rohene Ward.
Link to watch: https://www.instagram.com/tv/CNzOgVEJler/... Teams Russia & Japan's group number to "We Are The World" that closed the first half.
More photos shared by skaters post-WTT:
The American team flew home from the World Team Trophy in Japan last week with silver medals and a cardboard box containing McFadden’s new carbon racing frame.
“We all felt like we were a part of bringing some precious cargo home,” said team captain Jason Brown.
They posed for a photo with the box at Tokyo’s Narita Airport, beaming behind their masks.
“I was like, ‘Please get a picture of everybody,’” said McFadden, “because I’m so grateful for them, that they took this in and they’re going to be bringing it back to the U.S. - because I’m out of options and I need this wheelchair.”
McFadden posted the photo on Instagram, writing, “When we say we are one team we are really one team.” She thanked the U.S. Figure Skating team and each of the athletes, adding, “International shipping has been tough during this time but you all made it happen.”
McFadden tweeted 2 photos after unpacking the box (April 28): https://twitter.com/TatyanaMcFadden/status/1387541913998401548U.S. Figure Skating enlisted the help of the Japanese figure skating association. After the box holding the frame was shipped from the manufacturer to Osaka, it was allowed to come into the athletes’ hotel. The team carried it to the airport and, and, as a bonus, [McFadden's mom] Deborah said the $200 excess baggage fee was the lowest amount she’d ever paid getting the chair into the U.S. [...]
“The U.S. skating team was so fortunate to have the opportunity to compete in Japan last week,” Brown said. “We know how rare travel is right now – and competition. We all struggled this year in a different way.
“We are so thrilled, so excited, that we could be a very small part of getting her equipment. There are so many things that we take for granted, so it was really, really cool to help each other out in this moment.”