Dance is a great form of expression. Many rituals, traditional gatherings and even simple musical performances have always included dance parts. Everyone can dance, but not everyone can move fluidly to any beat and feel every note of the music. Ice figure skating is a unique genre of art and dance. It is a monumental work of strength and perseverance. Athletes and artists devote their entire lives to the sport while maintaining a rigorous training regimen. There are many talented figure skaters in the world. They were all beautiful and one of a kind.
Athletes participate in a variety of shows, charity events and amateur competitions in addition to competitions such as the Olympics. An Evening with Champions, an annual ice show hosted by Harvard, features many well-known figure skaters. This time the concert featured performances by famous American figure skaters Madison and Zachary.
Olympic Ice Dance Bronze Medalists, Olympic Team Silver Medalists, Four Continents Championship Winners, World Championship Double Silver and Bronze Medalists, Grand Prix Final Champions, Double Champions and Multiple Medalists national championships, the US team also includes world champions. Madison Hubbell learned to skate at the age of five. She switched to ice dancing at the age of eight.
Eventually, she teamed up with her brother Kieffer Hubbell, and the two won the Four Continents Championship bronze medal, U.S. Junior Champions, Junior Grand Prix Final gold medalists and silver medalists. . Madison and Zachary Donoghue have been partners since 2011. The liveliest and most memorable part of the song is their duet. They chose the love ballad “Once He Loved Me” for their performance. All expectations were exceeded by the performance. Zachary and Madison danced in a very synthetic and sensual way. They performed their dance brilliantly, drawing thunderous applause, like true professionals.