Tracy Wilson had posted a different angle by the way, haha https://www.instagram.com/p/Ckd1US-OgPe/
thank-you...that would be great...From memory I was trying to figure out how many couples left Igor due to lack of whatever after Davis and Gleb starting training there and now Davis & Gleb have left Igor.I have a small request... if people could remind us of the old coach / training base is, that would be totally awesome!
Weird. Their Personal Best FD Score is listed as 8/10/2022 at the ISU World Junior Championships, which are not held in October. Either the date or the event is wrong -- I would have thought that the ISU generated this material automagically.
The score is their score from Junior Worlds.Weird. Their Personal Best FD Score is listed as 8/10/2022 at the ISU World Junior Championships, which are not held in October. Either the date or the event is wrong -- I would have thought that the ISU generated this material automagically.
Yes, but the question being raised here is why the date of the event is not correct when it should be automatically pulled. I checked to see if the protocol or standings were somehow modified way after the fact-- but nothing. So strange error, indeed. The RD and total score have the correct dates.The score is their score from Junior Worlds.
Looks like they put the date of the FD SB (JGP Baltic Cup) on the row of the FD PBYes, but the question being raised here is why the date of the event is not correct when it should be automatically pulled. I checked to see if the protocol or standings were somehow modified way after the fact-- but nothing. So strange error, indeed. The RD and total score have the correct dates.
Update: It appears the wrong competition dates in those ISU bios have since been corrected.I'll ask about these weird dates.
ETA: I've let someone know (it's likely a database problem and hopefully will be fixed in due course).
Kvitelashvili's ISU bio lists Tutberidze/Dudakov/Gleikhengauz again: http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00034232.htmDaniel Grassl's August 19th post that announced his coaching change to Aleksey Letov and Olga Ganicheva in Norwood, Mass.: https://www.instagram.com/p/ChcXpW5qRDl/
Moris Kvitelashvili has moved his training base (for now) to Egna, Italy, according to his ISU bio updated before GP Sheffield: http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00034232.htm
Litvintsev's coach is now listed as Viktoria (Volchkova) Butsaeva in his ISU bio (the database was updated on March 15).
“I am feeling much better. I always love skating in Japan, people here are so warm and welcoming. I gave everything in my run-through for the audience here tonight!
It was a tough time mentally this season and I needed to take some time for myself. But with the help of my friends, coaches and fans I really got new strength. It’s a success that I am here and my goal here is just enjoying myself!
Living in Moscow I still feel a bit lonely but the training atmosphere there is great. We train a lot but in a very positive atmosphere. For next year it’s my goal to beat all the girls of Team Tutberidze.”
I arrived in Egna when there was almost nothing about skating, at the time there was a new ice rink and a small group of amateur girls who skated there. What then grew on that rink was born from my vision, my ideas and my experiences developed and amplified by many other professionals who arrived, stayed, left or disappeared. Today YGA is an internationally recognized reality and this will forever be my merit and my intuition.
Thanks to all of you for these years, the time has come for me for new adventures, explorations, projects and ideas.
We change, yes we change. You do it to grow up, to learn and to test ourself.
I hope this will be a moment of further growth, of great successes, goals, projects and achievements for those who dream and fight for them.
“The road to success is always under construction”