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Favorite grossly underscored skate of the last five years: I feel like there are more overscored skates that come to mind...mostly in regards to high PCS that a lot of skaters get which they don't deserve.
What's your favorite grossly underscored skate of the last five years? Most recent: Misha Ge 2016 Words SP. An elegant interpretation of Rochmoninov's No.2 that drew me in peacefully and left me invested. Though lacking quads, the PCS certainly didn't reflect the beauty that was this program.
Justine (@PrincessBeany) | Princess Beany Skates
What's your favorite grossly underscored skate of the last five years? I feel I spend so much of my time justifying over-scoring...but I thought Scott and Tessa at the Olympics were far superior to Meryl and Charlie and should have been scored higher.
Kathy (@StylishDreaming) | Lutz and Glory
What's your favorite grossly underscored skate of the last five years? The first program that comes to mind is Weaver/Poje's FD from 2015 Worlds. It was full of passion and skated effortlessly, but the PCS were still unfairly low compared to what some of the other competitors received. For me, W/P will always be the rightful champions of that event.
Matthew (@mrusskie93) | Cincinnati Ballet
What's your favorite grossly underscored skate of the last five years? Weirdly a lot of the major underscored programs happen to skaters who are not favorites of mine. Carolina Zhang's SP at 2013 Nationals was one. Her 3/3 was no more short than the year before, but it got massacred by the technical panel. Also Brian Joubert's LP at 2013 Worlds right after Chanflation. Most recently, I would have had the Shibs first at SC and Edmunds third at COR without hesitation.
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