Haven't seen this posted yet -- Evgenia reflects on her eating issues and state of health at the end of last season.
If for no other reason, I will forever love her move to Cricket Club based on this alone. She is being allowed to not only take ownership of her skating, but her body as well. This will allow her to thrive in every aspect of her life now and in the future. If she never wins another medal, this would be worth everything.Reading about how she’s learning to manage her weight and body, with a focus on staying healthy and building muscle, and fostering healthier attitudes about food makes me very happy for her.
Max Gao's article on Evgenia at Toronto Stars on Ice: https://www.vavel.com/en-us/more-sp...love-forcanada-touring-with-stars-on-ice.html
6 photos of "7 Rings" taken by him (link originally posted in the CSOI thread): https://www.instagram.com/p/BxDQWhVFGfv/
According to Russian media (referring to Japanese fans), Evgenia made few attempts to land quad salchow during the Fantasy On Ice tour - she fell two times and one quad was two-footed
I am impressed that she can rotate it right now as she only started back jumping re:her injury at a practice at worlds. It takes a bit of training to get your regular jumps back...nevermind new ones. Good for her.It’s hard not to cheer for the girl that is being counted out. I hope she lands this quad. She’s not going down without a fight.
Short program from Autumn Challenge: