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[올림픽] 역대 최고 피겨국제심판 소냐 비앙게티의 여자싱글감상평
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피겨스케이팅 관점에서 보면 여자 결승전은 환상적인 이벤트였다. 대부분의 선수들이 정말 일반적인 여자경기와는 다르게 훌륭하게 프로그램을 수행했다. 하지만, 유감스럽게도 이 미심쩍은 심판때문에 이 스포츠가 일종의 수치로 변해버렸다. 
아델리나 소트니코바(러시아)는 금메달을 따고, 여자피겨 경기에서 첫번째 올림픽챔피언이 되었다.
현존하는 올림픽 챔피언 김연아(한국)는 은메달을 땄고, 카롤리나 코스트너(이탈리아)는 동메달을 따서 이탈리아에게 2002년 아이스댄싱에서 동메달을 딴 바바라와 마우리지오 이후 두번째로 올림픽 피겨스케이티에서 메달을 선사했다. 카롤리나는 유럽 챔피언경기에서 다섯개의 금메달과 두개의 은메달, 그리고 두개의 동메달을 딴 환상적인 기록이 있고, 세계챔피언경기에서도 2012년 금메달 외에도 두개의 은메달과 동메달을 딴 기록이 있다.
생상의 '론도 카프리치오소'에 맞춰 스케이트를 타며 소트니코바는 아주 제대로 된 삼회전점프와 점프조합 및 제대로 된 빠른 회전이 가미된 강력한 프로그램을 선보였다. 유일한 실수는 삼단 점프조합에서 더블루프에서 한발을 내뺀것정도이다. 기술적 관점에서 보면 최고였다. 하지만, 프로그램을 구성점수에서 받은 점수에도 불구하고, 안무는 목적이 없었고 스케이팅은 열정이 없었으며 어떤 감정도 전달하지 못했다. 단지 프로그램을 '실행'하고있었던것이고, 17살 소녀로서는 그럴만 할 정도였다.

김연아는 쇼트와 프리에서 언제나처럼 믿기 어려울정도였다.

아디오스 노니노에 맞추어 제대로 된 무결점의 프로그램을 선수정신에 따라 영광스럽게 수행하였다. 그녀의 점프는 최고의 기술을 보여줬고, 최고의 속도로 시작하여 아무 힘도 들지 않게 착지했다. 그녀의 회전은 대단히 유연했다. 비록 2010년만큼 대단하거나 파괴력있거나 감성적이지 않았지만, 음악이 흐르는 모든 촌각을 팔과 머리와 몸을 이용해서 마치 얼음위에 깃털이 흐르듯이 표현하면서 아주 매혹적이었다. 그녀의 우아함은 더 이상 말할나위 없었으며 그녀는 여전히 놀라움 그 자체다.

카롤리나 코스트너의 두개의 프로그램 다 단지 예술적 관점에서 봐도 대단했다. 슈베르트의 아베마리아에 맞춘 쇼트프로그램은 숨을 멎게 할 정도였으며, 처음부터 끝까지 너무나도 감성적이었다. 피겨스케이팅의 역사에 남을 진정한 보석이었다.

또한 모리스 라벨의 '볼레로'를 해석한 볼레로도 깊은 열정으로 수행한 마스터피스, 걸작이었다. 

- 카롤리나 스케이트에 대한 부분은 중략 - 

그러나, 아델리나는 카롤리나보다 프로그램 구성에서 0.64포인트나 앞섰고 연아보다는 0.9점밖에 뒤지지 않았다.

여기에서 문제점이 발생한다. 전 세계에서 시상대를 향해 강하게 경쟁하고, 공식적인 이이제기가 남한 올림픽 위원회에서 IOC에 제출된다. 절대 아델리나 소트니코바는 김연아 앞에 위치할 수도 없고, 아마도 카롤리나 코스트너 앞에도 오지 못할것이다.

아델리나가 놀랍고 장래가 촉망되고 기술적으로 환상적인 어린 소녀이지만, 프로그램 구성요소에서 보면 연아나 카롤리나와는 한참 떨어져있다는것은 의심할 여지가 없다. 아델리나가 단지 계획된 프로그램대로 스케이트를 '타기만' 하는 동안 연아와 카롤리나는 피겨스케이팅의 아름다움을 가능한 최대로 예술로 표현했다.

프로그램 구성요소를 평가할 줄 아는 최소한의 소양을 가진 정직한 심판이라면, 아델리나에게 안무, 수행평가, 음악의 해석에 있어서 아델리나에게 좋은 점수를 줄수는 없을것이다.

그럼에도 불구하고, 여러 심판들이 그렇게 했다. 두명이다 아델리나를 연아보다 수행평가에서 점수를 잘 주었고, 네명이나 안무에서, 세명이나 해석에서 점수를 잘 주었다. 카롤리나도 마찬가지였고, 수행평가에서 둘이나 점수를 낮게 주었고, 다섯명이 안무에서, 해석에서 두명이나 낮은 점수를 받았다. 왜 네명이나 모든 개별 구성요소에서, 그리고 그중 일부는 한점 이상으로 아델리나에게 점수를 더 잘 주었는지 설명할 수 있는가?

내 의견으로는, 판정은 굴욕적이었으며 스포츠로서는 경악이었다. 제대로 된 웃음거리다. 솔트레이크시티의 2002년 스캔들 이후, 국제심판시스템이 도입되었고 판정과 심판점수는 익명이 되고 국가도 알 수 없게 되었다. 여전히 우리는 그들이 누구인지 간단히 심판구성을 통해 알수는있다. 즉 국제심판시스템이 문제를 해결할 수 없다는 것을 증명한다. 

이 새로운 부정(Scandal)이 기적을 불러일으킬것인가? 위대한 챔피언들을 포함한 스케이팅월드의 모두가 바라듯 판정이 다시 공개적으로 될 것인가?

이제 우리는 국제 스케이트 연맹이 이를 눈감아 넘기지 않고, 실제 기록이 있는 금고를 열고 적합한 제재를 하기를 바랄수밖에 없다.

나머지는 아사다 마오에 대한 일종의 찬사,혹은 쇼트프로그램 망치고 프리를 제대로 한것에 대한 위로사 정도--를 썼습니다.(후략).
 







The 2014 Olympic Games
by Sonia Bianchetti Garbato
February 2014
The 2014 Winter Olympic Games were held in Sochi, Russia, from February 6 to 23. The figure skating events were held in the marvelous Iceberg Arena and were exciting and dramatic at the same time. I was not in Sochi and therefore could not really experience the live atmosphere in the arena, but from what I could see and hear, the public was very supportive, enthusiastic and knowledgeable as well.
The pair skating event was very exciting.
It was a great day for Russia when Tatiana Volosozhar and Maxim Trankov won their second gold medal of the Games and the 13th gold medal for Russian or Soviet pairs since 1964. Only in Vancouver in 2010 did Russian pairs miss the gold medal. Their teammates, Ksenia Stolbova and Fedor Klimov, took the silver medal, moving up from third in the short program, while Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy of Germany placed fourth in the Free Skate to finish third overall.
Both the short and the free skating of Tatiana and Maxim were fantastic. The best programs I have seen in recent years. Skating to Jesus Christ Superstar, they executed all their elements in perfect unison and each of them was impeccable and of the highest technical quality. Their triple twists were impressive, and their throw triple jumps breathtaking. Each element was skated at incredible speed and perfectly in time with the music. Really a piece of art. In the Program Components, they received fourteen marks of 10, of which three were in Performance/Execution, four in Choreography/Composition and seven in Interpretation, for a total of 77.83. The crowd simply went crazy!
Ksenia Stolbova and Fedor Klimov won the silver medal. Skating in a charming and elegant way to The Addams Family, they performed a flawless, sparkling program with excellent jumps, lifts and throws, including an excellent throw triple Salchow at the end of their program. Ksenia's miming throughout the program, especially while performing the choreo sequence, was a spectacle in itself and was much appreciated by the public.
Last to skate were Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy.
Skating to the Nutcracker, they started their program with an excellent throw triple flip, but on the subsequent element, a triple toe loop, Robin fell. At this point, they surely realized that they could only compete for the silver medal. All the other elements were executed well except for the closing throw triple Axel, where Aliona fell down. They probably decided to take the risk hoping to get it through, although it never happened before. In my opinion, it was a strategic error. Had they executed a clean throw double Axel or triple Salchow, they would probably have won the silver medal. So sad for such a great and marvellous couple!
The men's event was the most dramatic Olympic final I can remember.
The first shock was right at the beginning of the short program when the legendary Evgeny Plushenko, who won gold in Torino in 2006, silver in Salt Lake City in 2002, and silver in Vancouver 2010, decided to withdraw after a bad fall during the six-minute warmup. After consulting with his coach, Alexei Mishin, and announcing his decision to the Referee of the event, Mrs. Mona Jonsson, the "Czar" skated to the center of the rink for the last time to soak in the crowd's ovation and emotional farewell. All the best to you, Evgeny. You have been a great and unforgettable champion.
After the short program, the fight for the gold medal was basically a two-man competition between Yuzuru Hanyu, Japan, and Patrick Chan, Canada. For the bronze medal, the way was wide open, since there were six competitors within a range of 1.32 points.
But it turned out to be the most distressing Olympic final I can remember. There was no joy on the ice during the long program. All the skaters looked tense, fighting to stand up.
Yuzuru Hanyu won the gold medal and became the first Japanese man to win the title and is the youngest champion since Dick Button in 1948. Skating to "Romeo and Juliet" by Nino Rota, Hanyu landed a quadruple toe loop and seven triples, including two Axels, but fell on a quadruple Salchow and a triple flip.
Giving an even more flawed performance, Patrick Chan, three-time world champion, skating to the "Four Seasons" and "Concerto Grosso", placed second. He executed a quadruple toe loop-triple toe loop combination and four more triple jumps, but he made errors on his second quad toe loop and the triple Axel.
Denis Ten, from Kazakhstan, moved up from 9th place in the short program to win the bronze medal, making him the first skater from Kazakhstan to win an Olympic figure skating medal. He performed an almost flawless program,with a quadruple toe loop and seven clean triple jumps.
Javier Fernandez, Spain, 2014 European champion, who stood in third place after the short program, started his free with a quad toe loop followed by a quad Salchow-double toe loop combination. He landed his triple Axel on his toe, but the rest of the program was clean. He slipped to fourth because his last triple Salchow was considered an invalid element. Question: does such a rule make sense?
The men's event has always been my favorite, the one that I considered the most exciting and gave me the deepest emotions. I cannot even think of an Olympic gold medalist falling twice in his program nor I can refrain from remembering the beauty and the perfection of former great Olympic champions from John Curry to Robin Cousins, Scott Hamilton, Brian Boitano, Viktor Petrenko, Alexei Urmanov, Ilia Kulik, Alexei Yagudin, Evgeni Plushenko and Evan Lysacek. So far the winner has always been the skater who performed the best, not the skater who made the fewest mistakes! And we are talking of fantastic and very talented skaters.
This is not the way to win in a beautiful sport as ours. Many times I have wondered where skating was going. If the goal of the IJS was to break all records for falls, the ISU achieved it!
Thank God, the ice dancing event that followed was simply fantastic. All couples skated very well, from the first to the last. Meryl Davis and Charlie White (USA) placed first both in the short and the free dance, winning the first Olympic ice dance gold medal for the USA. The 2010 Olympic champions, Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir of Canada, got the silver medal and Russia's Elena Ilinykh and Nikita Katsalapov the bronze. Skating to "Sheherazade", Davis and White performed one of the most beautiful programs I can remember. They were just magic. Their skating on deep edges was so smooth that they seemed to float over the ice. They had great power and speed, and they executed original and innovative lifts with the same grace as ballet dancers. It felt like they were just enjoying skating with one another.
In their components marks, they received a total of 24 marks of 10.0, including six in Performance/Execution, nine in Composition/Choreography and nine in Interpretation/Timing. Even their costumes reflected their style and class. Beautiful and simple. Thanks Meryl and Charlie! You gave me a moment of intense joy and emotion that is so rare in skating nowadays.
Skating to music by Alexander Glazunov and Alexander Skriabin, Virtue and Moir performed an excellent program, skated perfectly to their music with fluidity and speed, flying across the ice in perfect unison on deep edges. They were very strong in the technical elements, with beautiful and innovative lifts. Another fantastic and unforgettable program which was rewarded by the judges with 15 10.0 marks in their Program Components.
Ilinykh and Katsalapov excelled in their dramatic interpretation of Swan Lake. The home fans started cheering when the first notes of their music played and they were roaring when it ended with Katsalapov collapsed on his knees and Ilinykh crying. Their interpretation of Swan Lake was just great and it reminded me of the same classic ballet I saw at La Scala one month ago. Every movement, every expression‍ of their face, every breath was just what the music proclaimed. Another fantastic program. This young couple surely has a great future.
From a skating point of view, the ladies' final was a fantastic event. Most of the skaters performed excellent programs, which is not always the case in ladies' competitions. Too bad that it turned into a disgrace for the sport because of the questionable judging.
Adelina Sotnikova (RUS) won the gold medal, becoming the first Russian Olympic Champion in the ladies. figure skating event. Yuna Kim (KOR), the reigning Olympic Champion, took the silver medal, and Carolina Kostner (ITA) won the bronze, to give Italy its second Olympic figure skating medal after Barbara Fusar-Poli and Maurizio Margaglio, who won the bronze medal in ice dancing in 2002. Carolina has a fantastic record of five gold medals, two silver medals and two bronze medals at the European Championships, in addition to a 2012 gold medal, two silver and two bronze medals at the World Championships.
Skating to Saint-Saens' "Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso", Sotnikova executed a strong program with very well executed triple jumps and jump combinations as well as good and fast spins. Her only mistake was a step out of the double loop on her three-jump combination. From a technical point of view, she was the best. But, in spite of the marks she received in the Program Components, her choreography was aimless and her skating lacked passion and did not transmit any emotion. She was just "executing" a program, as it is understandable for a girl of her age. She is 17.
Yuna Kim, as usual, was marvellous both in the short and the free.
Skating to "Adios Nonino", Kim performed a good and flawless program with athleticism and grace. Her jumps are of the highest technical quality, properly started at full speed and landed without any visible effort. Her spins are done with great flexibility. Although she was not as brilliant, explosive and emotional as in 2010, very captivating is the way she glides on the ice, as light as a feather, the way she uses her arms, her head and her body to express every second of her music. Her class is beyond debate and she is still a marvel.
Both the programs from Carolina Kostner were just outstanding from the artistic point of view. Her short program, skated to the "Ave Maria" by Franz Schubert, was breathtaking and extremely emotional from the beginning to the end. A real jewel that will be remembered in the history of figure skating.
The same can be said for her interpretation of the "Bolero" by Maurice Ravel. Another masterpiece, emotional and skated with deep passion.
From the technical point of view, Carolina executed a flawless program with four triple jumps and three jump combinations, including a double Axel-triple toe loop. Carolina glides on the ice like a butterfly. She lives the music and she makes it alive. Each movement of her head and arms is intended to express that particular beat of the music. A true artist. She was awarded two 10.0 marks in Performance/Execution and four in Interpretation.
Nevertheless, Adelina was placed ahead of Carolina in the Program Components by 0.64 points and behind Yuna only by 0.90 points.
And here comes the problem. The podium is strongly contested all over the world and an official complaint was filed by the South Korean Olympic Committee to the IOC. In no way could Adelina Sotnikova be placed ahead of Yuna Kim and perhaps also Carolina Kostner.
There is no doubt that Adelina is a marvellous, very promising young girl, technically fantastic, but at a sidereal distance from Yuna and Carolina as far as the Program Components are concerned. While Adelina just "skated" her planned program, both Carolina and Yuna expressed in the best possible way the art and the beauty of figure skating.
No fair judge with a minimum of competence on how to eval‍uate the Program Components could have awarded to Adelina higher marks in choreography, performance/execution, and interpretation of the music.
Nevertheless, several judges did. Two placed Adelina ahead of Yuna in Performance/Execution, four in Choreography and three in Interpretation. And the same happened with Carolina, who got lower marks from two judges in Performance/Execution, from five judges in Choreography, and from two in Interpretation. Can anyone explain to us why four judges placed Adelina ahead in every single component score, some of them with a difference of more than one point?
In my opinion, the judging was disgraceful and again an embarrassment for the sport. A real mockery. After the scandal in Salt Lake City in 2002, the International Judging System was brought in and judging became secret and the judges. scores are anonymous and not identified by country. Still, we can easily envisage who they are just by looking at the composition of the panel of judges. All this proves that the IJS did not solve at all the problems in judging. On the contrary!
Will this new scandal produce a miracle? Will judging become open again as is wished by all the skating world, including great champions?
Now we can only hope that the ISU will not close its eyes and will open the famous safe where the real protocols are kept and will assess the proper sanctions.
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