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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby Elcapitano » 25 Sep 2011, 22:23

let`s talk wrote:
Elcapitano wrote:Говорят Патрик хочет делать программу под Лоуренса Аравийского? Ну чтож, хороший выбор, уверен на 100%, программа будет не хуже Призрака Оперы.

Кто говорит? Где говорит? Короткая старая, произволка под Concierto de Aranjuez, тот самый ::yaz-yk: , cap. :hu_li:gan:


Здесь

:-) . Он наверно посмотрел мой шедевр монтажный и решил в реале так показать. Ну красавец че :-)

Если кто забыл, о каком шедевре идёт речь, то напоминаю:
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Hersh's follow-up article about Lysacek

Postby Kudryavka » 25 Sep 2011, 22:24

Olympian view: From Paris, Lysacek saw Sochi Winter Games on the horizon
Skater's comeback plans began during summer vacation


Globetrotting by Philip Hersh
2:37 p.m. CDT, September 24, 2011


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Lysacek’s first competition could be Skate America Oct. 21-23, although he is not ready to commit to that.

“I’m not a point where I think I’m ready to lay it on the line just yet,” he said. “To a certain extent, every competition now will be going all in. I’m not necessarily a gambling man that takes crazy chances. I would like to know I’m really in shape before I step out there.”

Lysacek said his decision likely would come after he performs his new programs – with music he will not yet disclose – before a panel of judge monitors. He is working on three different permutations of short programs and intends to have a quadruple jump in the free skate. Lysacek wants to see the effect of scoring changes that limit some spin elements and reduce the value of the triple axel, the most difficult jump he did in winning the 2010Olympics.

......
He may skate at the 2012 U.S. Championships in January even if he does not skate on the Grand Prix Circuit this fall.

“I’d love to do nationals," he said. "I have spent the past four months training, so I would hope it’s not for nothing.”
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Copyright © 2011, Chicago Tribune

http://www.chicagotribune.com/sports/gl ... 944.column
He didn't compete for three years, but as soon as I saw him, I knew that there was a true Olympic Champion on the ice. - Takahiko Kozuka, Rostelecom Cup 2009

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Лайсачек собирается выступить на Олимпиаде-2014

Postby Elcapitano » 25 Sep 2011, 22:31

Лайсачек собирается выступить на Олимпиаде-2014

Олимпийский чемпион-2010 Эван Лайсачек заявил, что собирается выступить на Играх-2014 в Сочи. Напомним, что в прошлом сезоне американский спортсмен решил сделать перерыв в карьере на неопределенный срок.

Впервые о своем намерении Лайсачек объявил в пятницу на церемонии Олимпийского комитета США, где ему вручили награду «Лучший спортсмен 2010 года».

«Ничто не сделает меня более счастливым, чем еще одно выступление на олимпийском льду», – приводит слова Лайсачека AP.
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby Dark Star » 25 Sep 2011, 23:58

cekoni wrote:I dont know why Lambiel practice at "Nebelhorn Trophy 2011" - maybe he will perform on Gala? :plush38:


Unfortunately he did not perform on Gala. But he watched some of the competitions.
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby cekoni » 26 Sep 2011, 05:35

http://www.requiredelements.com/2011/9/ ... ant-commit

Evan Lysacek Just Can't Commit

Chicago Tribune reports on Evan Lysacek's training. Although he states that training is going well, Lysacek will not commit to Skate America, which takes place next month. Oh, don't we just love a tease!

But the reigning Olympic men’s figure skating champion still would not say whether he will compete at Skate America next month, even if U.S. Figure Skating has been using his face for weeks on its web site to promote ticket sales for that event and January’s U.S. Championships.

“That’s bold,” Lysacek said of the promotion. “The reason I haven’t made any grand statements about coming back and being there is because I don’t want to be the one responsible for anyone’s disappointment. All I have said, even to them (the federation), is that I am training, and I would like to be in shape for it.

“That’s the only statement I can make at this point. They can take it and run with it in whatever direction they want to run.

Well, now that Lysacek is the Olympic champion, it's fun to see him be sassy with US Figure Skating. Lysacek also said in the article that he had gained weight and lost muscle mass over the year following the Olympics and he has lost the weight but not gained the muscle. Yikes. I'll be honest - it does not sound good for Lysacek's chances of being in Skate America. But I wish he would just make a decision either way so we can all move on.


Lysacek also said if he does compete, he'll definitely have a quad at least in his free skate. It sounds like his sights are set on Nationals but not necessarily on the Grand Prix. Do you think he'll be at Skate America?
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby cekoni » 27 Sep 2011, 18:46

http://www.icenetwork.com/news/article. ... y=ice_news

Mroz attempting to push boundaries of sport
Colorado Springs skater plans to incorporate three different quads into free skate


(09/27/2011) - Brandon Mroz is taking figure skating to new heights -- four revolutions at a time.

Over the past month, Mroz has been adding several quads to his repertoire: quad loops, quad flips and quad Lutzes. As of Sept. 16, 2011, none of those quads had been landed successfully in competition -- until Mroz landed a quad Lutz in his short program at the Colorado Springs Invitational (CSI).

So, now U.S. Figure Skating officials are trying busily to get Mroz's achievement into the skating record book. Mroz's coach, Tom Zakrajsek, said he talked to ISU officials (ISU sports directorate Peter Krick among them) last week at the Nebelhorn Trophy in Oberstdorf, Germany, where he was coaching another skater, Max Aaron, the 2011 U.S. men's junior champion.

Meanwhile, in Colorado Springs at the World Arena Ice Hall, home of the famed Broadmoor Skating Club, Mroz's quads continue to be the talk of the sport on this side of the Atlantic. Mitch Moyer, U.S. Figure Skating's senior director of high performance, stopped by last week to get a firsthand look. U.S. Figure Skating Executive Director David Raith said he has been in contact with the ISU, and spokeswoman Barb Reichert said U.S. Figure Skating plans to submit a formal request to the ISU soon.
Even Olympic champion Sarah Hughes, who was in town to emcee the 2011 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Assembly awards dinner, said she wanted to get a look.

And emails and texts were flying from the rink to Zakrajsek to see if any skaters in Germany (most notably Michal Brezina of the Czech Republic) were going to take their stab at skating history, too. According to Zakrajsek, Brezina was landing a host of quads in practice. (In competition, however, Brezina did not land a quad loop, flip or Lutz.)

The big question is not whether Mroz landed the quad Lutz but whether he landed it in a competition worthy of such a record. Typically, skaters landed in the record book at major events. Even though the Colorado Springs Invitational is a nonqualifying competition, it still followed the rules of the international judging system, and top-caliber officials were presiding over the event.

Mroz, 20, has been taking the dizzying news in stride and chuckled a bit over the attention when a reporter stopped by last week.
"It is kind of groundbreaking," Mroz said after practice. "Everyone wants to get a peek at it and see if the urban legend is true."

Many skating fans have seen Mroz's quad Lutz on YouTube, but, indeed, it is the real deal live, too.

During a run-through of his short program to Frank Sinatra's "Mack the Knife," Mroz landed a gorgeous quad Lutz, which garnered cheers from onlooking skaters. Mroz was happy with the jump but wanted more.

"I wanted to do the combination," he said.

Translated: he wanted to land a quad Lutz-triple toe.


Talk about pushing the envelope.
In fact, for his free skate, he plans to perform the quad Lutz, quad flip and quad loop.

Perhaps the most surprising aspect of Mroz's surge of quads is how sudden it has come about. He just started trying them last month.
"I just decided to go for it," he said.
One day, while warming up, he tried the loop. Then came the flip and then the Lutz. He didn't use a harness. He didn't consult a sports psychologist.

The result?
"I landed one [quad loop] that day," he said. "It wasn't a plus-three GOE, but I did it."

The sensation of landing these quads is unlike anything else he has experienced.
"It feels like a drill," he said, "A power drill." Then he added, "It's very intense."

These quads might have appeared overnight, but they have been in the back of Mroz's mind for some time. He knew the jumping technique was there; it was just a matter of taking it to another level.
Mroz has never been one to back off from trying new things, even if they are risky. At the 2009 U.S. Championships in Cleveland, he performed a quad toe and earned a silver medal in his senior debut at nationals.
He continued to attempt quads, with varying degrees of success. He dropped to sixth at nationals in 2010 and missed making the U.S. Olympic team in Vancouver, a setback that almost ended his competitive skating career. He continued on, and heading into the 2011 U.S. Championships, he was the only American man in the field to have land a quad at an international competition. But a dislocated shoulder thwarted his efforts at nationals, and he placed seventh.

In recent years, many skaters shied away from quads because the judging system did not make the risk worth the reward. The rules have changed, however, making the jump a risk worth taking, but Mroz said the judging system never played into his strategy.

He wanted to push the sport.
"For me, the quad is not a race for the record book," he said. "It was a race for my own pride. I'm just a true athlete at heart."

"I think the quads would've happened for me regardless [of the rules]. Not risking the quad has never been taboo. There have been competitions where I'd done it and it paid off, and competitions where I hadn't done it and it didn't."

For Mroz, the biggest challenge might be keeping his composure should he land his opening quad Lutz combination in the short program.
"That was the hardest part when I did it at CSI -- keeping the rest of the program intact," Mroz said. "I had to stop and think, 'OK, how many more elements do I have left? I'm only 20 seconds into this.'"

Those who witnessed his quad lutz at CSI were impressed.
"It was a beauty," said Kathy Casey, a world and Olympic coach who was at the competition. "There was no doubt about it."

The technical specialist for the senior men's event was Terry Kubicka, who, interestingly, was the first American to land a triple Lutz. The referee at CSI, Les Cramer, who witnessed Kubicka's triple Lutz at the 1974 national championships, had no doubt that Mroz landed the jump.
"It was very clear that it happened," said Cramer, a skating official for 48 years. "It was a small competition, but I think Brandon is very fortunate that Terry had been assigned to the event. I think the most important point here was that this was done with the IJS [being used] in full force."

Still, the ISU needs to decide whether Mroz's quad Lutz is good enough, and as of yet, no official determination has been made.

History has shown this can be a tricky process. When Timothy Goebel landed a quad Salchow at the Junior Grand Prix Final in 1998, he was ever so fortunate that the father of another skater caught the moment on videotape. Still, it was not until the ISU reviewed the film at the 1998 world championships that he earned his spot in history.
Goebel, who has worked with Mroz in the past, heard the news about the quad Lutz and said he was excited by it.

Mroz is entered in the 2012 Southwestern Regional Championships, set for Oct. 21-25 in Grapevine, Texas. He is required to compete in this event because he did not place among the top five at nationals. For most top skaters, competing at regionals might not seem like a drag, but for Mroz, it might be the perfect place for him to get his quad Lutz (and perhaps other quads) in the public eye.

And, perhaps, into skating history.


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The Inside Edge: The new quad king
Sarah and Drew catch up with Brandon Mroz after he lands first-ever quad Lutz

http://www.icenetwork.com/news/article. ... y=ice_news
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby Elcapitano » 27 Sep 2011, 18:57

Короче рано или поздно он будет учить 4А
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby Searcher16 » 28 Sep 2011, 10:21

Elcapitano wrote:Короче рано или поздно он будет учить 4А


Разве что языком

А вообще-то появился новый претендент в любимчики ИСУ... Который похвалится - похвастается, разок-другой сделает заявленное ради приличия (завалив прочую программу, как Рейнольдс после 2 квадов в короткой), а затем будет получать по 10-20 лишних баллов в качестве подарка...

И вообще... Надоели эти ИСУшные назначенцы на трон ФК... Что Лайс, что Чан, что Мроз - одна компания
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby Таня » 30 Sep 2011, 00:59

http://news.sport-express.ru/2011-09-28/465725/

Флоран Амодио: "Моя главная цель на сезон – "четверной" на каждом старте"
28.09.2011
Действующий чемпион Европы Флоран Амодио в интервью порталу icenetwork.com поделился ожиданиями от предстоящего сезона. Первым стартом французского фигуриста станет коммерческий однодневный турнир Japan Open, где в составе сборной Европы он заменил не успевшего восстановиться после проблем с коленом Евгения Плющенко.

- Ваш успех на прошлом чемпионате Европы как-то заставил изменить предсезонную подготовку?

- Вы наверно имеете в виду, не чувствую ли я в связи с той победой повышенного давления? Нет, не чувствую. Я просто продолжаю работать, никогда не забывая о том, откуда я вышел, и каждый день упорно тренируюсь, чтобы достичь совершенства. Я не позволяю психологическому давлению как-то влиять на меня. Просто получаю удовольствие от катания.

- Расскажите о своих целях на ближайший сезон?

- Моя основная цель – показывать свое лучшее катание с четверным прыжком на всех соревнованиях, в которых участвую.

- В предстоящем сезоне чемпионат мира пройдет во Франции. Что чувствуете в связи с этим?

- "Вау" было первой мыслью в моей голове, когда я об этом услышал. Это должно быть просто потрясающе. Моя мечта – выступить на всех крупных стартах дома. Что касается чемпионата мира, во-первых, это великолепная возможность поднять фигурное катание во Франции на новый уровень. Кроме того, это ведь моя публика, и я мечтаю о том, чтобы стать лучшим у них на глазах.

- Что можете рассказать о своих новых программах?

- Я их обожаю. Они разные по стилю, но все трогают меня за душу. Я очень много работаю ради удовольствия публики, и с нетерпением жду возможности показать свои новые программы в этом году.

- Во время тренировок к Москве вы работали какое-то время вместе с Алексеем Ягудиным. Расскажите об это поподробнее.

- Если ты фигурист, ты мечтаешь о том, чтобы завоевывать титулы, быть лучшим. И получить такой опыт, как катание и тренировки с Алексеем Ягудиным – это по-настоящему здорово. Он был очень добр ко мне, объяснив множество разных мелочей, касающихся катания, и это было очень полезно.
Евгений Плющенко: "Спорт - это моя жизнь. Спортивные достижения во славу России - это моя религия. Для меня это не просто слова, это суть всего, что я делал и делаю в спорте."
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Re: Мужчины || Men

Postby Elcapitano » 30 Sep 2011, 03:49

Searcher16 wrote:
Elcapitano wrote:Короче рано или поздно он будет учить 4А


Разве что языком

А вообще-то появился новый претендент в любимчики ИСУ... Который похвалится - похвастается, разок-другой сделает заявленное ради приличия (завалив прочую программу, как Рейнольдс после 2 квадов в короткой), а затем будет получать по 10-20 лишних баллов в качестве подарка...

И вообще... Надоели эти ИСУшные назначенцы на трон ФК... Что Лайс, что Чан, что Мроз - одна компания



Не скажи... Катание Чана божественно, я могу на него смотреть, не отрываясь, бесконечно.

А про Лайса и Мроза могласен, какие-то они странные все...

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