Instagram review: best photos of the week [11.03-18.03.2018]

Best from Instagram

Madison Chock

Yep, it’s Sunday)

Part 1 “Photos on the ice”

Elena Radionova

Elena Radionova

Sondre Oddvoll Boe

Kaitlin Hawayek and Jean-Luc Baker: “Question: “Are you ready to go to worlds??”… Answer: “YEA BABY YEA!!!!”

Hawayek Baker

Absolute grace on ice

Carolina Kostner

Madison Hubbell and Zachary Donohue

Hubbell Donohue

By the way, Happy St.Patrick’s day)

Patrick Chan

Are you ready for Worlds?!

Marchei Hottarek

Part 2 “Incredibly beautiful and irresistible hot”

Johnny is as always beyond competition

Johnny Weir

Tessa Virtue

Tessa Virtue

Tessa Virtue

Meryl Davis

Meryl Davis

Meryl Davis

Maia and Alex Shibutani

Shibutani

Alex Shibutani

Mirai Nagasu and Adam Rippon

Mirai Nagsu Adam Rippon

Part 3 “Throwback in time”

Yuzuru Hanyu and Nam Nguyen

Zach Donohue

Zach Donohue

Part 4 “Sweet moment”

Tessa and Scott

Virtue Moir

Alexa and Chris

Alexa Scimeca

Kaitlyn and Andrew

Weaver Poje

Weaver Poje

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5 Comments on Instagram review: best photos of the week [11.03-18.03.2018]

  1. Felicity // 24/03/2018 at 12:43 // Reply

    Seeing Patrick holding up that gold medal, and other places, Adam Rippon holding up that bronze medal makes me double down on my perspective that there first week of Olympics should have gone to synchronised skating, and the team event should have been a non-starter. It is a great injustice to synchronised skating that pretend teams (there is no visible unity between team members in the team event — not even they think of themselves as a team) get two chances for medalling with the same routines at the same event, and people who scored really lowly in their team event leverage a gold medal by proxy provided by better team mates in other disciplines. Just not fair any way you look at it.

  2. Lotte, I can’t tell you what Adam was thinking when he selected this “bondage” tuxedo. But, I can tell you that it was designed by Jeremey Scott, creative director of Moschino. The house of Moschino is known for its over-the-top designs. I venture to guess that Adam was looking to make a statement (God knows what the statement was other then “look at me!”) :-)

  3. Oh, FSGossips, you know quite a lot about fashion, so you possibly have and idea why did Adam wear this… thing at the Oscars?

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