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In reality, Papadakis & Cizeron's skating skills should have them off the podium, and probably in the bottom part of the top 10. I lacked the motivation to create gifs of Davis White and Papadakis Cizeron's own knee slide transitions, but they're slop. But with the Shibs, as Alex swings Maia into her set up for her transition out of the spin, she is set down on an inside edge, slides out on an inside edge and transitions in the slide to an outside edge. And the commentators mash-up skating skills with performance values that's just a projection of their personal taste and shit they make up.
Unlike with other sports, even gymnastics, the goal of the figure skating commentator is to make sure we know less, not more, about what's going on, and what factors into results, once the event is over.
To call attention to the issue, Dove is launching a global interactive campaign with an animated billboard in Toronto, Yonge-Dundas Square, which will broadcast real-time commentary from media outlets in several English-speaking countries that spotlight a female athlete’s appearance over her achievements.
Canadians are encouraged to have a say in this conversation by visiting the real-time online aggregator at Dove.ca/Have Your Say and to tweet at media outlets directly using #My Beauty My Say.
It's somewhat difficult to believe these two, who have grown up skating together, have never had any romantic feelings for each other.
According to a 2010 Globe and Mail interview, they did in fact "date" for a brief period when they first met, when Tessa was 7 and Scott was 9.
Moir and Virtue, who recently won silver medals in ice dancing at Sochi, certainly seem to have their chemistry down pat, finishing each others' sentences in interviews and gazing into each others' eyes in a way that feels like more than mere showmanship.Dove has found that beauty can (and is) an empowering and positive force for women.Yet women’s looks are often commented on in ways that trivialize them.“I’ll show up at training camp (and) I’m told that maybe I should dye my hair blonde and asked about how my fat loss is coming along,” she tells Huff Post Canada’s Partner Studio.It’s a problem she’s calling attention to with the help of Dove’s #My Beauty My Say campaign — a project that encourages women and girls to celebrate their own beauty and on their own terms.