Ice Skating Duo Performs Mesmerizing Routine To ‘All By Myself’

Ice Skating Duo Performs Mesmerizing Routine To ‘All By Myself’

A pair of skaters showed off their immense skills on the ice during a stunning and captivating routine set to a hit from the 1970s, “All by Myself.”

Athletes, in order to reach and compete at the highest level, must invest an insane amount of time, blood, sweat and tears in their craft. They consistently and continually push themselves to their limit, trying to surpass what they previously thought possible. It’s only through thousands of hours of intense and highly focused practice that their potential can be realized.

A clip posted on YouTube shows the product of endless practice and extraordinary focus as two U.S. figure skaters – Oona Brown and Cage Brown – display their remarkable routine. The brother and sister duo take the ice and skate to Eric Carmen’s 1975 classic, “All by Myself.”

As soon as the song begins, the two tremendously talented skaters waste no time displaying their skills. They move about the ice with such finesse, skill and beauty, seemingly dancing around on the ice. 

Oona and Cage move around on the frozen surface with such beauty, grace and speed that it appears effortless. Their strength, athleticism and skill on the skates are evident from the opening seconds of their remarkable routine. 

Near the 1:25-minute mark, the two place their strength and athleticism on display. Using only one arm, Cage carries and raises his sister into the air. Then, in what is arguably the highlight of their routine, Cage once again lifts his sister into the air. However, this time, he twirls her around his head swiftly while spinning repeatedly on the ice.

While their routine is near perfect, it’s not without its mishaps. Around the 1:10-minute mark, Oona takes a tumble, falling on the ice. But she immediately pops back up, refusing to let one mistake keep her down.

At the end of the clip, the spectators erupt in thunderous applause. They show the talented duo their appreciation, which lasts for several seconds.

1 Timothy 4:8 “For bodily exercise is profitable for a little; but godliness is profitable for all things, having promise of the life which now is, and of that which is to come.”

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