Our judges for Worlds include returning and new participants, Americans and Europeans, at least one Team Russia fan, people who will be cheering in Boston and those who will be watching from home, and a fan-favorite skating blogger. Thanks in particular to Jackie Wong, who will be covering Worlds at length for Rocker. Links to his previews for the event are below!
What's your favorite grossly underscored skate of the last five years? Daisuke Takahashi's 2011-2012 FS basically the entire season - but especially at Worlds. Still makes my blood boil.
Bronwyn (@inabauers) | Lutz and Glory
What's your favorite grossly underscored skate of the last five years? Not grossly underscored, but Tatsuki Machida's short program at 2014 Worlds should've been closer to the world record and therefore enough to beat Yuzuru, because he should've won 2014 Worlds.
Ioana (@Iguana012) | Tumblr
Favorite grossly underscored skate of the last five years? I can think of grossly underscored skaters! Takahiko Kozuka, Akiko Suzuki, and Satoko Miyahara, among others.
Jackie (@RockerSkating) | Rocker
Don't forget to check out Jackie's Worlds previews: Ladies, Men, Dance
What's your favorite grossly underscored skate of the last five years? As I pour through my memory, most of my outrage seems connected to overscoring. Interesting. This season, I am so sold on the Coldplay free from the Shibs and thought it was relatively underscored at both GPF and Skate Canada (fingers crossed they'll both be healthy + undeniable in the second half of the season!). I've also thought Polina's 2015 short has been harshly judged, particularly at SC.
Mark (@TheRealEmLeezy) | Instagram
Favorite grossly underscored skate of the last five years: Mao Asada Sochi Olympics LP - as if it could be anything else!
Come back next week to find out what our judges thought of Worlds! And don't forget to stay in engaged during the event - to keep up with those who have Twitter during the competition, subscribe to our list and follow The Judges' Table on Facebook and Twitter. And check out the updated Judges' Page to quickly find all of our judges online.