I like MM and Fumie^2's idea, but I thought we'd cross the Pacific for this one...
Yukari Nakano gave, to some, the champion's performance at the World Championships this year, but finished off the podium behind Mao, Caroline, and Yu-Na. Some felt that it should have been enough for her to finish ahead of at least Caroline and Yu-Na, but the judges didn't agree. In your opinion, what does she need to do to make it to the podium? She is the "oldest" of the Japanese women, and, according to some, is considered the "redhead stepchild" of JSF. What does she need to fix (UR? leg-wrap?) to make that final push to become a world medalist?
Or, was this just the judges' way of saying, "Wait your turn?" (She has been waiting an awfully long time)