Kaetlyn skating at the Worlds

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Kaeitlyn Osmond is back on the ice this week.

Kaetlyn Osmond

This time in Japan at the World Figure Skating Championships.

Kaetlyn flew to Japan Saturday to prepare for the championships, which open Tuesday.

The two time, back to back, Canadian Women’s Figure Skating Champion is competing Thursday morning (Newfoundland Time) in the singles competition short program and Saturday morning in the freestyle (long program) skate.

The Marystown native has agreed to a return visit to her Newfoundland Apr. 18-19 following her skate at the Sochi Olympics in February and Canadian Championship victory in January.

Organizations: Worlds, Canadian Women

Geographic location: Japan, Marystown, Newfoundland

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  • Me-old-stick-in-the-mud
    March 24, 2014 - 19:36

    Kaetyln Osmond – A Missed Opportunity Our Newfoundland pride and joy figure skater Kaetyln Osmond from Path End, Burin, NL missed a “golden” opportunity while she was on the world stage at the 2014 Sochi Olympics in Russia. She could have given our NL Sealing Industry a shot in the arm by promoting our beautiful seal products. She would have looked ravishing out there ‘on the ice’ in a white fluffy seal skin Tutu skirt doing a Newfie Tchaikovsky version of “The Stalk of the White Coat,” to an upbeat Bavarian polka tempo of “I’se the Boy”, all right, then, “I’se the Girl”… She could have done a “Hack-a-Pick Waltz” which would have been a crowd teaser/pleaser, spooling up the momentum to a crescendo, culminating in an orgaismic “Flipper Pie Jump” with a triple twirl to the crashing sound of Tsar Peter the Great smashing his vodka granyonyi stakan [glass]. Her earrings could have been two lovely miniature seal tails carefully crafted using the ancient art of African headshrinkers. She would have wooed the international European judges with her facial make-up using the whisker hairs from the seal’s chinny-chin-chin, painstakingly plucked, making for dazzling, fluttering false eyelashes with her eyes drenched in invitingly savage seal mascara a la noire. Kateyln could have introduced a new NL brand of skates made right here in NL from genuine cured stretched seal skin, aged in NL screech. Wedding planners would have been left awe struck, had she been sporting chic soft seal skin grey-spotted opera gloves. A blood red petite neck choker hack-a-pick, forged from the NL 19th. century Wabana No. 2 iron ore mine, bearing the imagery of the NL flag, would have been a clincher that would have undauntedly brought the house down. Yes, it was a missed opportunity for the Newfoundland sealing industry to bask in the international glory of the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Me-old-stick-in-the-mud [nom de plume]

    • not much of a man but some boy!
      March 25, 2014 - 19:03

      Sounds like you support the seal industry, you must have some closet full of seal products... by the way she is from Little bay, Marystown ,close thou..