Did L/L do their new lift? I apologize if I got that wrong. I thought they said it was going in later.
Yeah. For someone who wants to be an actress, she has a lot to learn.
I think these two are too whitebread for West Side Story
They did it after the RD runthrough. MF said to take a 2 min break and then do it as it's new and haven't done it in runthrough before.
It may be generic but it's definitely a step up from their previous lifts in difficulty I think.
That FD is going to be the definition of sophistication. Wow. That's all I got to say, plus the Artist as the RD. Wow. These two know how to choose music. #GGUbertime.So they just did lots of little pieces of it with rest stops between. Once it's all put together, I think it's going to go over way better than last season's FD.
PC`s new fd won`t be much different than their Tango Rd from a couple a years they just streched it out to an Fd, like Fear and Gibson , Lajoie and Lagha great new lift great changes of positions and difficult. H&D, new rd blah.
Rikako has been around in juniors for a while (you can see her with her previous partner in the ISU's recently-posted 2017 Junior Worlds videos):What's the history on Fukase/Zhang? He skates like a Canadian male skater and she seems really new to this.
Ahem, Hannah is Korean-Canadian.Chinese Canadian couple.
Lion King/ whoops Cats.
Haven’t seen either. Heard “King” and assumed.
They are so cute
Slow and inexperienced though.
Thanks for the info. I’m don’t always distinguish between the Asian surnames well. But I thought Lim was Chinese. My accountant is a Lim and he’s Chinese. I also googled it and it said it was a Chinese surname.I don't know what Sam Chouinard is on, but I want some.
Hubbell/Donohue's new RD looks like a much better fit than they've been getting of late.
I liked Marjorie & Zach's new lift, and it makes sense that that's what their coaches are focusing on for this season, since they were just using previous junior-era lifts in the first senior season.
Rikako has been around in juniors for a while (you can see her with her previous partner in the ISU's recently-posted 2017 Junior Worlds videos):
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Oliver was a not-particularly-distinguished Canadian junior dancer who split with his previous partner (Katrine Roy, who's now skating for Italy) after 2018 junior nationals, where they were tenth.
This new partnership debuted last year, and they won the Japanese national silver and were at Four Continents.
Ahem, Hannah is Korean-Canadian.
They're another new team, put together last season. They only competed domestically, and made a bit of a splash there with their RD, where they placed very highly at both Challenge and junior nationals -- at the latter they were third going into the free. As you say, inexperienced, and they kept falling in the FD, so work to be done there.
As an aside, last year's RD rocked so hard:
Hannah Lim & Ye Quan, 2020 Skate Canada Challenge junior rhythm dance. Music: Selections from "The Addams Family" musical, including "Death is Just Around th...www.youtube.com
I feel like if any team can pull off Burlesque it's H/D, I don't love it but I think it's a wise choice for them so they can sell what they can sell best: sex