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    Cze Results

    www.isufs.org/results/jgpcze2006

    they're not online yet but hopefuly they'll be in the evening

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    Seems like after the SP, Tommy Steenberg is in second place, in the Men. Tatsuki Machido (Japan) in first with 3 points over him, but Tommy is better in the PCS scores. Douglas Razzano in ninth place. That was a surprise, and V. Uspenski in eleventh.

    Megan Oster is in first place in the Ladies. Issakova (Estonia) in 2nd. Melissa Bulenhagui in fifth. Both Megan and Melissa have the highest PCS scores.

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    Melissa Bulanhagui was the only one of the top five to have a fall. If she skates cleanly in the LP she should still be OK. She only needs a fourth place to make the finals.

    Melissa: http://www.unseenskaters.com/images/...lanhagui_1.jpg

    (Photo copyright Dave Amorde, from Unseen Skaters)
    Last edited by Mathman; 10-20-2006 at 07:10 PM.

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    Ladies results: http://www.isufs.org/results/jgpcze2006/CAT002RS.HTM

    So I guess Melissa made the final. It was interesting to see two Americans and two Estonians in the top four. Can anyone tell me about the Estonians?

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    Yes, it's official. The ladies who made the final are Zhang, Wagner, Cannarazzo, Oster, Takeda, Suizu, Berton and Bulanhagui.

    Alternates are Lafluente, Kozireva and Choi.

    http://www.isufs.org/events/jgp2006/jgpsladies.htm

    This contest shows how weird the CoP can be sometinmes. Bulanhagui won the free skate but only finished fourth overall.

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    5 US Ladies out of 8. Which one will grab the gold? Maybe the Italian?

    Too bad about the Estonian gals after doing so well in this competiition didn't make it to the GPF, but let's remember them in the future.

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    Mathman - I understand the placements of the ties according to the scores.

    But in the substitutes, LaFuente's scores were lower than Korzireva's. What was it that made LaFuente place higher?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joesitz View Post
    Mathman - I understand the placements of the ties according to the scores.

    But in the substitutes, LaFuente's scores were lower than Korzireva's. What was it that made LaFuente place higher?

    Joe
    I realize you adressed this to mathman, but here I go anyways.

    The first tie-breaker is highest placement. So, for example, a win and a 3rd place would beat 2 second places. The second tie breaker (assuming they've had the same placements) is points.

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    Thanks TG. Good to know how the tie is broken.

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