"The first time I was making program for her, it was when she was 7-years-old," choreographer Marina Klimova said.
Klimova is Edmunds' choreographer and she was watching nervously Wednesday morning.
"My heart was beating so fast," she said. "My hands get so sweaty!"
She was not alone.
"I'm just glad she skated clean," fellow figure skater Anthony Ponomarenko said. "That's all I really wanted for her."
Dozens of young skaters gathered inside Sharks Ice to watch Edmunds' short program. Her bright yellow costume as bright as her rising star; a beacon for those who want to follow in her footsteps.
"Everybody is so excited," Coach Tracy Prussack said. "It's great for the rink, it's great for all the skaters because everybody knows that that's possible if they work hard. So she, you know, gives all the young skaters here a lot of hope."
And there were plenty of thumbs up from here cheering section back home too.
"I was really nervous, but I just knew that she would skate clean, I know my Polina," Ponomarenko said.
To find out the results from Edmunds' short program, click here.