Tag Archives: Kirsten Moore-Towers

2014 Skate Canada: a short analysis of the pairs event

This edition of Skate Canada, the second Grand Prix of the season, featured some notable firsts: the first time we saw Kirsten Moore-Towers skating with Michael Marinaro, after her unexpected split with Dylan Moscovitch, the…

Thank you, Japan

Take my word for it: this has been one of the best editions of the World Championships ever – a wonderful venue, an incredible audience and plenty of memorable moments to choose from. And, of…

2014 Worlds in Saitama: no reason to disregard the event. On the contrary

The defending World champions won’t be in Saitama – and, except for Yuzuru Hanyu, the Olympic champions won’t be there either. Still, there’s a ton of reasons why you shouldn’t overlook this year’s edition of…

Mission impossible for the Germans, a well-deserved silver for Ksenia and Fedor and a long expected gold for Tatiana and Maxim

I have to be honest with you: the Pairs Olympic Final left me emotionally drained. I shared the joy and the enthusiasm of Ksenia and Fedor at the end of their free program (this was…

Grand Prix Final and Golden Spin of Zagreb: the moment of truth has come

At the end of the week, the figure skating world has two events on the agenda: the Grand Prix Final in Fukuoka and a smaller competition in Zagreb, Golden Spin, where Yuna Kim debuts her…