CM 2012: Finala probei de dans

In Franta s-au desemnat seara trecuta primele medalii ale campionatului mondial de patinaj artistic, in proba de dans, iar steagurile castigatoare ce s-au ridicat in Palais des Expositions din Nisa au fost cele apartinand Canadei, Statelor Unite ale Americii si Frantei.

Tessa Virtue si Scott Moir i-au detronat de campionii en-titre Meryl Davis si Charlie White, devenind pentru a doua oara campionii lumii. Si pentru ca primele doua locuri erau previzibile, bucuria mea cea mai mare a fost ca francezii au ocupat si ei o treapta a podiumului, chiar daca doar cea de-a treia. O merita pe deplin pentru ca sunt intr-adevar una dintre cele mai frumoase, talentate si harnice perechi din patinajul international de mare clasa. Bravo Nathalie si Fabian Bourzat!

Din pacate nu am prea mult la dispozitie sa scriu mai multe detalii, dar o sa revin cu siguranta cu alte amanunte putin mai spre seara. Azi s-au gasit toate treburile din lume sa intervina in programul meu, nu stiu cat patinaj reusesc sa vad… dar pe germani trebuie orice ar fi sa ii vad castigand proba de perechi!

Clasamentul in proba de dans:

1. CAN – Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir –  Programul liber: 110,34 / Total: 182,65

“It feels amazing. It was a perfect ending of the season for us. It wasn’t a magical skate, we kind of had to fight through the elements and really rely on our training. The sweetest part of the season was the ability to train to all our potential. That was our big reward this year, enjoying the training and we did”. – Scott Moir

“To be honest it wasn’t the best we’ve skated this program this season. But that’s why we train and that we got all the mileage on the program we can rely on even we didn’t feel necessarily a 100 percent. It’s great to get the victory. We’re thrilled with our season”. – Tessa Virtue

2. SUA – Meryl Davis & Charlie White – PL: 107,64 / T: 178,62

“We’re a little disappointed because we felt we skated our season best performance and we wanted our season best scores at Worlds. But we skated our hearts out and left it all on the ice today. We’re going home with the silver, but we’re going home with a lot of pride, too, in how we presented ourselves and our programs”. – Charlie White

“It was a great season for us – last year we felt a lot of pressure to make history. The scores weren’t what we were looking for but we can’t control that and we’re satisfied with what we did”. – Meryl Davis

3. FR – Nathalie Pechalat & Fabian Bourzat – PL: 104,05 / T: 173,18

“It was our goal to reach a medal. The hardest part about these World Championships was not the competition itself but the last two weeks of preparation, we are very tired now. It was a great competition, especially because we are skating here at home”. – Nathalie Pechalat

“We are very satisfied with this performance, we did our very best and could finally show our level, the one we have in practice. I was more nervous than yesterday, but I pushed until the end. Our practice was good all week and this performance was the top of it”. – Fabian Bourzat

4. CAN – Kaitlyn Weaver & Andrew Poje – PL: 100,18 / T: 166,65

“It was just amazing. Exactly what we wanted to show, both from the emotions and the technique. Our biggest fear actually was to screw up skating to a French song in front of the French audience, but it was great. I cut my knee on the lift. The ice was really rough out there.” – Kaitlyn Weaver

5. RUS – Elena Ilinykh & Nikita Katsalapov – PL: 95,66 / T: 161,00

“It wasn’t easy to skate after the French couple. The audience supported them so much. It is understandable as it is their home competition, but we had to wait for our turn for a long time. Otherwise it was very nice to skate today.” – Elena Ilinykh

“I think now we feel that we can compete, not only with Russian couples, but also with more serious rivals. We wanted to prove this at this competition, and I think we did. Now we will have new goals, new horizons, and it will be better and better from now on, I am sure.” – Nikita Katsalapov

6. IT – Anna Cappellini & Luca Lanotte – PL: 95,61 / T: 160,62

“I’m definitely happy with today’s performance, although it could be better in terms of power and speed. We are focusing on interpretation and we have achieved what we were focusing on. We learned a lot from today’s result. There are things to improve still, especially skating skills and interpretation.” – Anna Cappellini

7. RUS – Ekaterina Bobrova & Dmitri Soloviev – PL: 92,46 / T: 150,75

8. SUA – Maia Shibutani & Alex Shibutani – PL: 82,37 / T: 144,72

9. RUS – Ekaterina Riazanova & Ilia Tkachenko – PL: 86,24 / T: 144,43

10. SUA – Madison Hubbell & Zachary Donohue – PL: 84,39 / T: 143,95

11. GER – Nelli Zhiganshina & Alexander Gzasi – PL: 85,07 / T: 141,36

12. CH – Xintong Huang & Xun Zheng – PL: 78,92 / T: 130,27

13. CAN – Kharis Ralph & Asher Hill – PL: 78,80 / T: 129,55

14. M.BR. – Penny Coomes & Nicholas Buckland – PL: 74,96 / 129,31

15. UCR – Siobhan Heekin-Canedy & Dmitri Dun – PL: 80,05 / T: 128,75

16. IT – Lorenza Alessandrini & Simone Vaturi – PL: 75,71 / T : 126,89

17. AZE – Julia Zlobina & Alexei Sitnikov – PL: 78,42 / T: 126,57

18. LIT – Isabella Tobias & Deividas Stagniunas – PL: 73,85 / T: 124,07

19. SP – Sara Hurtado & Adria Diaz – PL: 74,44 / T: 123,12

20. AUS – Danielle Obrien & Gregory Merriman – PL: 64,31 / T: 112,23


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