I didn't watch the gala; but after reading your post, I checked out Keegan's tribute on the CBC videos. Absolutely heartbreaking. Putting that together with Keegan's SP, I don't think I've ever shed more tears during a figure skating event in such a short period of time. Keegan's decision to even compete at this competition so soon after the tragedy just fills my heart with admiration for his courage and strength. My heart goes out to him and his whole family. And, now, I'm finished with SA. No more tears ... moving on to Skate Canada. "Talk" to you all next weekend.Keegan skating to the photo of his brother absolutely tore my heart to shreds. You could tell that Amber, who skated after him, had been crying too.
I actually thought it was the least attended gala I've seen, and that attendance was lower than at the competitive events. There wasn't that usual surge of local attendees.It looks like the event was well attended judging from live stream every day
And you found it necessary to post that as a comment about an event you didn't attend???When I bought my tickets at the box office she asked if I wanted exhibition. I told her no I had a flight Sunday and she indicated a lot of people were telling her that
Of course if the event had been in my home town I would have skipped it. I really don't enjoy it.
And you found it necessary to post that as a comment about an event you didn't attend???
Some people DO enjoy watching the gala - that is their choice