I think the fact that Vincent is working with her in the first place shows that someone in Colorado is observant and quietly gathering specialists out there to help their skaters.
That's like the cutest thing ever.I liked this short video of Vincent trying to pick up some of Nathan's cool dance moves:
Aww, the way Vincent glanced over at Nathan and Nathan is just like whatever.I liked this short video of Vincent trying to pick up some of Nathan's cool dance moves:
I dont think it has anything to do with Colorado. I believe it was all Vince (and mom). I do believe that Tom Dixon made the connection between Mie and Vincent.I think the fact that Vincent is working with her in the first place shows that someone in Colorado is observant and quietly gathering specialists out there to help their skaters.
He demonstrated his new 4Lz variation in practice as well as 3A+3A in sequence in these recent clips from Osaka: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bv8s9W5nkLZ/Vincent has been working with Mie Hamada in Osaka since Worlds.
100.51 is a new SB/PB! He landed Rippon(new)4Lz+3T, 4S, 3A.
I just have to say Vincent has put it all together now and is the real deal!!!
His free program was amazeballs at WTT and once again just a point behind Nathan in both portions. Vincent though wins technical in both!!
And ZERO UR for the SP and Free..its just amazing how they were able to fix that... and so quickly.....
I really think he is a threat to be World Champion next year!!!
GO USA MENS!!!!!!!
When did you last watch him skate?I like Vince and Im happy to see the improvements he made, but he has alot of work to do with his skating skills. I do believe he will get there.
When did you last watch him skate?
Cause Im talking about how his skating has improved quickly.. meaning in like 3 months.....
His skating skills were close to 9.0...like 3rd best out of 12 skaters.... so.... not really....
He has finally arrived in that aspect.
A lot of work? Child, I cant imagine what you must think of the skaters who finished 3-12 if Vincent has a lot of work to do.
But, that begs a lot of logistical or operational questions - Does he move to JPN? How does the USFSA react to Hamada being a coach and how does the JSF react to Hamada coaching 'the opposition'. I remember when Mirai was in JPN temporarily w/ a Japanese coach and a lot of questions were raised, at least on this board.Off-season prediction: Vincent moves to Mie Hamada as his head coach. On that note, let's also move Ting to her since she somehow miraculously helped Rika find her consistency (apart from the 3A). Vincent and Hamada have a very understanding relationship and it seems like they're already pretty close. If Hamada helped Vincent improve THAT MUCH in only 3 months... imagine 3 years... 0_0