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In the press conference after the free skate, she’ll say simply: “I haven’t entirely processed what that moment is for me”.
Of course, we’re all waiting for next season’s confirmation, but up to this point there’s no doubt about it: Evgenia Medvedeva has an authentic star quality, modesty, humbleness included. Ashley Wagner gets her long-awaited World medal, with a performance that brings the house down.
Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue and their “Hallelujah”: their progress this season, in terms of performance, interpretation, is truly remarkable.
I didn’t know they had this in them – Montreal really does them good.
And I’ll remember the lavender butterflies in Mao Asada’s emotional, exquisite free skate – her arms in the air, the subtlety, the openness, the aura, the complete abandonment to the music – and the bitter disappointment of not seeing all of those translated into her Components score.Piper Gilles, Paul Poirier – and the scores that almost made their hearts stop with excitement – the photo below will speak for itself.Add here Piper’s message when seeing, later that day, their “hilarious faces” in the Kiss and Cry: “No words can really describe this moment other than HOLY MOLY”. Well, “hardly anything”: 70.70 points, a Seasons Best, and the highest they have ever scored in their career so far. Taking out the classical music in their short dance (“Six German Dances” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and “Air Pour Les Sauvages” by Jean-Philippe Rameau) and staying in the character of the Beatles routine, adding to “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” bits of two other famous pieces, “Norwegian Wood” and “Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da”. …and then rewind to the end of her skate in Boston – her beautiful, relieved smile, her arms and knees on the ice while catching her breath, with everyone in the arena on their feet.* Federica Testa is a convincing Morticia Addams, or what?
“Oceni harasho”, says Tatiana Tarasova while commentating for a Russian television, and I feel like saying the exact same thing at the end of the Slovaks’ short dance.She’s done it again: felt the “fulfillment and joy” after a good skate in competition.