Lifeskate.com
Lifeskate home About us Videos Clubs Links Contact Contact
RSS


Categories



« Art of Skating: It started with the addiction to water | Main | Clip of the week - Peppermint Patty »

March 14, 2008

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Dina

The U.S. men AND women will be struggling to hold 3 spots for next year. Someone get rid of the age restriction please!!!

nickster

I SURE HOPE FOR KIMMIE, SHE WAS VERY WISE TO SWITCH HER COACH! IT WAS VERY HARD TO FOR ALL OF US ,WHO WERE AT NATIONALS,TO SEE KIMMIE HAVE TO FIGHT FOR EVERY JUMP! I ALSO WAS IN CALGARY AND DID SEE KIMMIE WIN WORLDS! WE SHIMMY FOR KIMMIE!

nickster

HI I JUST HEARD THAT THE 2010 US NATIONALS,WILL BE SCHEDULDED FOR TWO WEEKS,NOT THE NORMAL FOREMAT OF JUST ONE WEEK! THE NETWORKS ARE HOPING TO GET BETTER RATINGS THIS WAY! I THINK THAT A LOT OF PEOPLE ARE UNHAPPY ,WITH THIS FOREMAT!

Susan from Lifeskate

I'm with you Nickster! I know the ratings will be great, but some competitors don't have the funds to stay for extended days. Plus, some FANS don't have the funds to stay for extended days! Looks like NBC's building up to 2010 Vancouver...

Aaron Harris

I have a sneaky suspicision that Weir is going to do very well here. Something in my gut tells me he is going to put down solid performances and come through for the U.S.

As for the Olympic Year National Format...Yuck! They are going to have even smaller crowds for the novice and junior events and smaller than usual crowds for the senior events because not many passe fans can afford a hotel room for like 10 days!

What Arena can devote an entire two weeks of dedicated ice time to the event? Geez!

The comments to this entry are closed.

Search on Lifeskate.com




Copyright 2013, Ice Digital Media LLC. All rights reserved. Click to view our Terms of Service.