Monthly Archives: October 2016

Skate America 2016: Highlights from Ice Dance, Mens, and Ladies

Since I attended Skate America in person, I thought I’d share some of my personal highlights/impressions from ladies, men, and ice dance. No scoring analysis here; just some opinions, based on seeing the competition live! Advertisements

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Skate America 2016: Pairs Review

The Grand Prix season started this week at Skate America in Chicago, and luckily, I got to see the event live! This was my second year attending Skate America, and it was a lot of fun! The level of competition … Continue reading

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Walking in the Judges’ Shoes: The Sochi Judging Project

Figure skating fans love to talk about judging–everyone has an opinion on it! But, talking about the judges’ work is quite different from actually getting in there and doing it yourself–as I recently found out. This spring, the Naked Ice … Continue reading

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Artistika Interview

This summer, I was honored to have my web site featured in Artistika, an online magazine devoted to the arts and the artistic sports.¬†Artistika¬†republished my interview with Marissa Castelli/Mervin Tran, and also included a little interview with me about pairs … Continue reading

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