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    Pairs LPs (begining now!)

    Yup - pairs LPs begin right now. I see that the North Koreans (20th on Saturday) don't seem to be on the latest skate-order. Only three pairs in the first group -- Bulgarians, Estonians, then the younger Ukraineans.

    So here we go!


    1 Rennik / Saks 45.44 32.97 0.00 78.41
    2 Spassova / Todorov 40.16 33.82 0.00 73.98
    Phyo / Jong WD

    Yet to skate
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    4 Beloglazova / Bekh
    5 Pla / Bonheur
    6 Aganina / Knyazev
    7 Hinzmann / Parchem
    8 Fitze / Rex
    9 Volosozhar / Morozov
    10 Marcoux / Buntin
    11 Zagorska / Siudek
    12 Dube / Davison
    13 Obertas / Slavnov
    14 Shen / Zhao
    15 Savchenko / Szolkowy
    16 Inoue / Baldwin
    17 Petrova / Tikhonov
    18 Pang / Tong
    19 Totmianina / Marinin
    20 Zhang / Zhang
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    Diana Rennik, Aleksei Saks (EST) 39.72 78.41 118.13
    2 Julia Beloglazova, Andrei Bekh (UKR) 43.85 78.41 115.62
    3 Rumiana Spassova, Stanimir Todorov (BUL) 37.27 73.98 111.25


    Eurosport says that the Ukraineans are in tears for having ended up behind the Estonians.

    No reason given for the withdrawal of the North Koreans, by the way.

    Second group on the ice, warming up. It includes Hinzmann/Parchem...Go Marcy & Aaron!!!!!

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    Frau, are you watching this on tv or the internet? I can't seem to be able to access the online version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frau Muller

    No reason given for the withdrawal of the North Koreans, by the way.
    they fell on practice..I think she crashed into the "side" of the ice..

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    Pla/Bonheur took a fall but are hugely popular with the crowd. Next, the Uzbeks...then the younger Americans.

    1 Marylin Pla, Yannick, Bonheur (FRA) 44.24 88.60 132.84
    2 Diana Rennik, Aleksei Saks (EST) 39.72 78.41 118.13
    3 Julia Beloglazova, Andrei Bekh (UKR) 43.85 78.41 115.62
    4 Rumiana Spassova, Stanimir Todorov (BUL) 37.27
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    Quote Originally Posted by childfreegirl
    Frau, are you watching this on tv or the internet? I can't seem to be able to access the online version.
    I'm 'listening' live on Eurosport.
    http://www.eurosport.com/figureskati...to832633.shtml

    All of my usual sources (CCTV-5, Croatian TV, Serbian TV, etc.) have been cleverly 'blocked' by NBC. Nasty - nasty.

    Sounds like Uzbeks are 'crashing & burning'...during Neapolitan dance of Swan Lake. "What a shame," says Chris.
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    Uzbeks into 2nd, by the way....Chris said, "They took their ASSIGNED SPOT on the strength of their 2nd marks." Hmmm....same old-same-old? Behind the French, who are in 1st.

    1 Marylin Pla, Yannick, Bonheur (FRA) 44.24 88.60 132.84
    2 Marina Aganina, Artem Knyazev (UZB) 43.85 75.53 119.55
    3 Diana Rennik, Aleksei Saks (EST) 39.72 78.41 118.13
    4 Julia Beloglazova, Andrei Bekh (UKR) 43.85 78.41 115.62
    5 Rumiana Spassova, Stanimir Todorov (BUL) 37.27 73.98 111.25



    Marcy & Aaron perfect so far....crowd is going wild.

    They end - "That was better...just a bit ragged towards the end. Most difficult routine we've seen so far.....for sure, will move up from 13th place."
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    "They are going to ROCKET to the top!" 97.??? Crowd goes crazy!!!! Wooo-hooo!!!!

    Chris says: GREAT SCORES FOR THE AMERICANS: 52.28 and 45.119 equal 97.47 and they go into provisional first with 147.05 total points and the crowd is going wild, not just the Americans.

    Eva-M Fitze & Rico Rex next - last couple of this 2nd group, then ice resulfacing. Now here comes 'Braveheart on Ice.'
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    Official standings, as Fitze/Rex begin -

    1 Marcy Hinzmann, Aaron Parchem (USA) 49.58 97.47 147.05
    2 Marylin Pla, Yannick, Bonheur (FRA) 44.24 88.60 132.84
    3 Marina Aganina, Artem Knyazev (UZB) 43.85 75.53 119.55
    4 Diana Rennik, Aleksei Saks (EST) 39.72 78.41 118.13
    5 Julia Beloglazova, Andrei Bekh (UKR) 43.85 78.41 115.62
    6 Rumiana Spassova, Stanimir Todorov (BUL) 37.27 73.98 111.25



    F/R 'looking slow'...."I'm afraid not a strong program.....Is it Oly nerves or the heat in this rink? All very disappointing so far except for Americans...."
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    I am so proud of Marcy and Aaron! :chorus:

    Thanks a million for this thread, Frau M.

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    "Fitze & Rex are 4th best tonight....goes to show you how poor it is out here, so far. Americans lead by a comfortable mile so far. Fifteen points above the next couple (French)."

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    Gwendal P. interviews Marcy & Aaron! - Marcy: "We had no huge goals but are so excited tonight. We wantd to connect with audience & just have fun."

    Aaron: "Now we can party a bit after 2.5 weeks here."

    Chris: "Possible top-ten place?"


    about Fitze/Rex, Nick says: THE FOURTH BEST PROGRAMME TONIGHT (3rd overall): As Eva-Maria Fitz and Rico Rex (GER) move into third overall, having put on a poor performance, possibly still distracted from having to come to Turin without their coach, Ingo Steuer's, who couldn't come to Torino because of allegations that he was a member of the Stasi secret police.

    So far:

    1 Marcy Hinzmann, Aaron Parchem (USA) 49.58 97.47 147.05
    2 Marylin Pla, Yannick, Bonheur (FRA) 44.24 88.60 132.84
    3 Eva-Maria Fitz, Rico Rex (GER) 43.86 76.37 120.2
    4 Marina Aganina, Artem Knyazev (UZB) 43.85 75.53 119.55
    5 Diana Rennik, Aleksei Saks (EST) 39.72 78.41 118.13
    6 Julia Beloglazova, Andrei Bekh (UKR) 43.85 78.41 115.62
    7 Rumiana Spassova, Stanimir Todorov (BUL) 37.27 73.98 111.25
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathman
    I am so proud of Marcy and Aaron! :chorus:

    Thanks a million for this thread, Frau M.

    My pleasure. It took a bit of scouting around to find this live audio. It's even a bit tricky (hidden) within Eurosport. They don't make it easy for us poor Yankees!!!!

    They're showing some ceremonies at the Medals Plaza while the ice is being resurpaced....gold medals for Italians in some sport or another...I hear the Italian anthem. The two Canadians teams + the Poles are included in the next group, as a prelude to the next-to-last group, which includes Obertas, Shen, Savchenko, & top Americans. This is getting exciting!
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    YAY!!! Thank you Frau! So nice of you! Glad to hear about Marcy & Aaron!

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    Thanks so much, Frau. I would love to follow live but I have to write an annoying history paper. I might as well just wait until I watch tonight on NBC, but I do like to know the results live! :D

    I'm also extremely proud of Hinzmann/Parchem. Not my absolute favorite team, but they're so beautiful and polished on the ice together and they create a clean picture. I'm pleased they get to enjoy this moment to the fullest.

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