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Junior Grand Prix Estonia

img_6082It’s quite a story to tell. Right after we got off our flight back from Japan, we rushed to my training rink in Riverside, California to choreograph a new free skate. The next day, after waking up at 4 AM to skate, we flew to Salt Lake City and spent the week getting the program done, then flew back to California. I only had four days to get the hang of it before we stopped by Boston on our way to Estonia to get my new freeskate tested at Boston Open. While we were there, I took the chance to visit my sister at MIT.

I was on fire all week in Tallinn until the long. It was certainly not the freeskate I was hoping for (https://instagram.com/p/BLCs1ALBWfJ/), but I know my bittersweet emotions will not last long because I have a natural ability to transform disappointment into motivation. For now, it’s back to work! Goodbye Estonia, I really enjoyed my stay!

Zhou Takes Control of Men’s Event at JGP Estonia

Team USA

Team USA

Huge warmup area, excellent facility

Huge warmup area, excellent facility

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Greetings in many languages

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Old Town Tallinn

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Choreographing with Drew Meekins in Salt Lake

The sensational Charles River in Boston

The breathtaking Charles River in Boston

Visiting my sister at MIT

Visiting my sister at MIT

Touching the shoes of the symbolic statue of John Harvard

Touching the shoes of the symbolic statue of John Harvard

By Vincent Zhou

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