Tag: South Korea
Patrick Chan Olympic News (Part 3), Golden February 2018
With the team event victory behind him, gold medalist Patrick had one last event to compete in – the individual competition! Despite the tough competition, he did his best and ended a spectacular career with his head held high. This is Part 3 of my blog posts detailing Patrick’s third and final Olympic journey. […]
Patrick Chan Olympic News (Part 2), February 2018: Olympic GOLD!!
Embed from Getty Images They did it! Patrick and Team Canada won the figure skating team event!! Congratulations to the new champions!! It is such a pleasure to update the headlines and other pages on this website! He is the FIRST Canadian mens’ singles skater to win gold!!
Patrick Chan Olympic News (Part 1), February 2018
Whereby we now come, strangely enough, to the end of our hero’s journey to Mount Olympus. Good luck, Patrick! Use the days well! **Does Patrick have a geopolitical advantage at the Olympics? Use my Olympic Geopolitical Advantage Calculator to find out (link)! February 8-9: Team Short Program Competition and Opening Ceremonies A rough start […]
Patrick Chan 2017 Four Continents: Part 2
Patrick went into the free skate in fifth place after the short program, just like last year. And just like last year, he bested Boyang Jin by less than a point, but then missed the podium and ended up in fourth. Had he skated and scored the way he did at Canadian nationals, he would […]
Patrick Chan 2017 Four Continents: Part 1
Patrick sits in fifth place after the short program, just like last year. But the power and smoothness of his skating and his art on ice did not go unnoticed by his international fans! February 17 (Korea Time) Short Program Competition