World Figure Skating Championships Nice France
March 26, 2012 by staff
World Figure Skating Championships Nice France, Allison Scott would love to say it began with her. But she knows that’s not the truth. When Jeremy Abbott was 4 or 5, he’d stand on his mother’s feet, hold onto her hands, and together they’d dance to music playing on the stereo at their home — mostly jazz, but lots of oldies, too.
Now more than two decades later, Scott knows that while her memories are poignant, the truth about her son’s figure skating — the artistic pursuit that has helped Abbott win three of the last four U.S. men’s titles — can’t be defined by an anecdote from his childhood.
“There are things that sometimes you can’t explain,” Scott said. And she knows that her son’s drive of exploring life through his skating is one of them.
Abbott, who relocated to the Detroit Skating Club in Bloomfield Hills three years ago from Colorado Springs, Colo., will attempt to win his first world medal at this week’s World Figure Skating Championships in Nice, France. And he’ll try to do so with a pair of programs that could double as self-portraits.
“I’m always trying to show different aspects of my personality and different sides of myself to grow and expand,” said Abbott, 26. “Each season, you only get to see one or two sides of me. But if you kind of go back and look at my career, you can kind of get more of a picture of my story.”
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