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Thread: U.S. Nationals - ESPN Coverage (Other than The Ladies SP & LP)

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    Evan Lysacek

    3axel
    3lz3t - excellent
    CSpin
    3r - 2footed
    CSpin2
    StFtwk - fall (OH NO)
    FCSpin

    Poor Evan :indiff:

    TES - 37.20
    PCS - 37.83


    Total - 74.03 (3rd)

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    Yikes Evan should have turned that fall into a planned element ala Sasha's R&J ending at Marshall's, LOL! Other than the fall he was great.

    Micheal Weiss shows that it's not too late for the old folks...amazing skate for him.

    Rohene Ward, oh my. I suggest we GS's start a fnd to sponsor this guy.

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    Timothy Goebel

    4t2t - hand down
    3axel - step out
    CSpin
    CirFtwk - perfect
    3r
    CSpin2 - slow
    StrFtwk - great
    FCSpin

    Much better though

    TES - 34.23
    PCS - 36.04

    Total - 70.64 (5th)

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    Kurt talked like Timmy was 50 or something.

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    JMO, Timmy's footwork (yes, Footwork!) was one of the highlights of the night. He looked so tense in the warmup, I thought this was going to be much wore than it was. That's the closest he's been to landing a 3A or a 4T in a long, long time. The performance had great energy, but I don't like what Tarasova has done with his sit spin, making him curve his back more rather than less. I thought this was a lot better for him.

    Matt on the other hand, was not that sublime...I thought he got a gift for last year's undergraded SP...

    Mike was best I've ever seen him. Eldredge and Tchernyshev should start a makeover show.

    Johnny was quietly competent, and gave a great skate. Definitely the class of the field. But I might have had Mikey over him...and I've never been a Weiss fan.
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    After reading these reviews, I'm gonna have to go back and watch Mikey Weiss tonight - can you believe I had the nerve to leave the room to do some stuff while he was on?

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