It was even better in person. I've seen them at so many Nationals already and could see the case for them consistently placing 3rd in the past, but their improvements are so evident now, and it should be clear to anyone why they're placing ahead now. Speed, flow, power, ice coverage, and edges to die for.That RD was awesome. I have watched multiple times and enjoy it more on each viewing. So happy that Madison and Zach are in the lead with a great performance.
I loved the program here at Natls and thought they were amazing.And the program itself, for all the haters out there, is a sophisticated, mature vehicle for them. They've never had to resort to gimmicks or theatrics to wow over the audience as their skating speaks for itself.
Yes me too because it was executed without a mistake, maybe a bit slow but nothing major. So you think it is because the positions are not difficult enough ? He does change twice of position though and her too. I thought maybe the entry and exit were not difficult enough. They had a level 2 at GPF so this is two points that could become crucial at Worlds when so many teams are hoovering around the same scores.The big problem is the Level 2 spin. They did what they intended to do, it's just that a stricter caller would claim the positions aren't difficult enough to be called a Level 3 or 4. They may have to start over from scratch with their dance spin construction to get level 4. Time is running out before Worlds unfortunately.
The stationary lift error was a fluke. But the level 2 spin worries me much more.