07 Jun '18, 3pm

After Three Rounds of Competition, David Castillo Reflects on What He’s Learned https://t.co/eMYO1TZbsT

After Three Rounds of Competition, David Castillo Reflects on What He’s Learned https://t.co/eMYO1TZbsT

You were the only competitor that had to do their routine three times. What did that feel like? Do you think your routine got better as you went along? DC: I definitely did not get much sleep that weekend! It’s funny, the first round went well and so I thought that the second round would feel even better, but my semifinals routine felt less smooth. Maybe it was coming down from an emotional high or an adrenaline crash or something? I had always imagined that making the finals would be really nerve-wracking, but at that point I had done two performances and three practice sessions, and that definitely helped me feel more relaxed. I also was lucky to do all three rounds on the same station and machine, so I was starting to feel pretty comfortable in that space—at least as comfortable as you can get! Just making the finals was a better turnout than I could have imagined, so t...

Full article: http://www.baristamagazine.com/david-castillo/

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