Skating Articles for Monday, August 29, 2016

Skating Articles for Monday, August 29, 2016 

2 U.S. figure skaters (Alexander Gamelin and Themistocles Lefttheris) apply for S. Korean citizenship ahead of PyeongChang Winter Games – Source, The Korea Herald

Late-bloomer Rippon hopes to revive quad toe: Brown shows progress with quad; Aaron wants to get crowd involved – by Lynn Rutherford, IceNetwork News http://web.icenetwork.com/news/2016/08/29/197784636

How does the ‘New ISU Rules of Procedure for the Officials Assessment Commission – Evaluation of Judging – Assessments’ Really Impact Figure Skating? – Source, Opinion Article by Patrick Ryan, CPA @ International Competitive Figure Skating – Issues and Events

Michelle Kwan Is Working for Hillary Clinton – by Marin Cogan, New York Magazine

Olympic ice rink gets go-ahead in Liffey Valley plan – by Kevin Doyle, Independent.ie

Full run throughs of the ladies’ new programs from the training camp with Stephane Lambiel including… 11:25 Wakaba Higuchi SP (full), 16:18 Satoko Miyahara FS (full), 20:42 Rika Hongo FS (part of it), 21:42 Kanako Murakami FS (part of it), 22:36 Marin Honda FS (part of it), 23:19 Yura Matsuda FS (part of it), 23:47 Yuka Nagai FS (part of it), 24:20 Mai Mihara FS (part of it) – Source, Dailymotion.com

Key your eye on this young Novice Lady, Alysa Liu: Her FS performance @ 2016 Central California Inter-Club Championship – Source, Youtube.com

2016 JGP St. Gervais: Ladies Review – Source, Naked Ice blog

Wakaba Higuch wins Tokyo Summer Figure Skating Competition with a total score of 181.38; 2nd was Reia Funasako and 3rd Yuka Orihara: Podium Photo – Source, pbs.twimg.com

The spirit of the Games continues at the Olympic Channel, the new home for all things Olympic. Join us for behind the scenes access, original programming, documentaries and live sporting events from around the world – Source, The Olympic Channel

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Retired Navy Journalist and Figure Skating Blogger.
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