|One down for Evgenia. Five more to go...|
Sunday, October 30, 2016
The second event of the season was packed when it came to medal contenders. Of course this one was pretty much decided before the competition began but there were a few surprises along the way.
Monday, October 24, 2016
The first competition of the season was touted as being another Ashley v. Gracie showdown. The media loves to drum up the drama between these two stars but in the end, there wasn't much to be had. Instead we saw a few new stars emerge and that's always something to talk about.
|The Americans go 1-2!|
Sunday, October 16, 2016
Another season begins! It's hard to believe we've already reached the halfway point between the 2018 Olympic Games in Pyeongchang. A lot can change between now and then but for now, here's where we stand heading into the 2016-2017 season...
Evgenia Medvedeva (RUS)
|Can she make it back-to-back titles?|
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
So this was a much more massive undertaking than I originally thought. I'm not the Excel wiz I wish I were otherwise this might not have taken so long. Regardless, it was still a fun project. I'm not surprised with the outcome but I am surprised with some of the scores we came up with.
|Let's see if our judges agreed with the standings|
Sunday, October 9, 2016
Another busy week in skating though not nearly as busy as last week. I still haven't recovered from last week's epic post but the season continues on and so must I! I'll take a look at Finlandia Trophy as well as JGP Dresden and the JGP final standings.
2016 Finlandia Trophy
Sunday, October 2, 2016
2016 Japan Open + 2016 Tallinn Cup + 2016 Autumn International Classic + 2016 Ondrej Nepela: Reviews
Oh boy, here we go! This was a massively busy week in the skating world. Four competitions! I'll take a look at Japan Open, JGP Tallinn Cup, the Autumn International Classic and Ondrej Nepela Memorial.
2016 Japan OpenJapan Open is a bit of cheesefest that doesn't really count for anything, but it is a competition that gives us a sneak peek at where some of the bigger names are just a few weeks before the start of the Grand Prix season. (Side note: It was super-weird not seeing Mao Asada here...)
|Team Japan is still #1|