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    Nan Song popped at least one jump, I think got 50-something for technical. It shorted out moments before the number came up!

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    Micheal Brezina fell at least once and did not look happy at all.

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    Florent Amodio 171.69

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    Armin got 172.64. Not sure if that won it for him or not...

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    I think he's second to Michal. No 3A is the main difference, but a great skate for Armin nonetheless. Note the 3A is worth more this year. Florent 3rd overall, but 2nd in the LP

    SP Protocols
    http://www.isufs.org/results/jgpfra2..._SP_Scores.pdf

    LP Protocols
    http://www.isufs.org/results/jgpfra2..._FS_Scores.pdf

    Results:
    http://www.isufs.org/results/jgpfra2008/CAT001RS.HTM

    Overall place Name Country Total Score SPplace LPplace

    1 Michal BREZINA CZE 182.72 1 1
    2 Armin MAHBANOOZADEH USA 172.64 2 3
    3 Florent AMODIO FRA 171.69 3 2
    4 Denis TEN KAZ 163.87 5 5
    5 Nan SONG CHN 161.63 6 6
    6 Chao YANG CHN 161.11 8 4
    7 Christopher BOYADJI FRA 159.17 4 7
    8 Eliot HALVERSON USA 155.50 7 8
    9 Jean BUSH RUS 134.68 13 9
    10 Paul POIRIER CAN 130.60 9 11
    11 Franz STREUBEL GER 128.75 10 12
    12 Romain PONSART FRA 127.38 11 13
    13 Petr BIDAR CZE 127.30 15 10
    14 Timothy LEEMANN SUI 114.15 14 14
    15 Dmitri KAGIROV BLR 110.18 12 19
    16 Dmitri KUZMENKO UKR 109.07 16 15
    17 Jackson WOOD CAN 105.16 18 16
    18 Saulius AMBRULEVICIUS LTU 105.07 17 17
    19 Noah SCHERER SUI 97.72 19 20
    20 Kevin ALVES BRA 97.40 21 18
    21 Vlad IONESCU ROU 88.31 20 21
    22 Jesper HOLKJAER DEN 77.24 22 22
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    Dummy that I am, I tuned in and got Brezina's last minute on the ice. He is quite a technical guy but I didn't see that wow factor I saw last year

    Amodio improved somewhat. He's a work in progress and will be competitive soon. Great flow over ice, posture however doesn't vary.

    Ten is good and belongs in this group but he's just not a podium type yet.

    Mahmadoozabeh (I'm going to call him Amin from now on) looked like he had Morozov choreograph his routine. He was all arms, which irritate me when they are arms for the sake of arms and have no bearing on the music.

    On the whole, none of the boys wowed me. Very disappointed in Brezina, hopefully he makes the final.

    btw, does this same group all go to Spain?
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    Joe, The Madrid lineup is up, and it's not a copy of this one..
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    For a first time following juniors, I'm impressed with everyone's knowledge!! It's really helping understand what's going on a little more easily.

    I wish Paul Poirier had placed higher, but, then again, considering his high ranking in dance, I think he's still really good!

    Also, didn't Ten once skate for Canada? I thought I'd read an article on Golden Skate, titled "Ten for 2010", but maybe it was another skater with the same last name?

    For whoever was wondering who the last lady was to medal in the JGP, I think it was Jessica Dubé in 2003 or 2004 -- the year she won two medals in one event, gold in pairs and bronze in singles, I think.

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    You're thinking of Jeremy Ten, he does skate for Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dorispulaski View Post
    Joe, I haven't seen where the Madrid line up has been listed yet. Usually it would not be the case, though.
    Doris - I got the wrong thoughts. It was the American skaters: Bereswill, Musademba, Amin, Elliot, and Shibutanis are all listed for Madrid.

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    Here's the Madrid JGP preliminary roster list: http://www.goldenskate.com/forum/showthread.php?t=23530

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    I am glad to see that Amodio has planned a senior program - I guess he has a chance to go to Europeans, and the FFSG would probably be more than happy to give him a chance, because Préaubert and Ponsero haven't shown much improvement in the last years. Amodio has already beaten at least one of them in the Free at French Nationals last year as far as I remember. What he needs to do now is check his short program and get the levels up there, the free had good levels but the short...

    And Boyadji did a good job too, he also is including the Triple Axel - things are looking bright for the future of the French skating men.

    Brezina really looked a bit stiff - I wouldn't read too much into it, it's so early in the season, perhaps it gets better.

    And can someone please give Eliot Halverson a Triple Axel? I enjoy watching him skate. What is it with the American Juniors and their Triple Axel, this Armin guy doesn't have one either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
    And can someone please give Eliot Halverson a Triple Axel? I enjoy watching him skate. What is it with the American Juniors and their Triple Axel, this Armin guy doesn't have one either.
    Halverson landed a 3A in the Chemnitz JGP last year; the jump isn't included in his programs right now. Mahbanoozadeh has worked on the 3A in practice but is focusing on triple-triples and improving other aspects of his skating. There are other U.S. JGP guys who've landed 3A in competition -- Curran Oi who's scheduled for Merano next week, Richard Dornbush (Mexico City) and Keegan Messing (Ostrava).

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    http://www.isufs.org/results/jgpfra2008/SEG007.HTM

    Free dance scores are up.

    Final standings:

    http://www.isufs.org/results/jgpfra2008/CAT003RS.HTM

    The Shibutanis win with an 11-point margin. What a debut! Can't wait to see the free dance on Wednesday.

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    The protocols are up as well. The Czechs got a deduction, so they may have fallen again :(

    But they do medal! Congratulations to Alex & Maia, Kharis & Asher, and Lucie and Matej. And also to Terra and Benoit, whose 4th place finish was very, very good for a brand new team, especially when you consider they won the CD & were 3rd in the FD

    1 Maia SHIBUTANI / Alex SHIBUTANI USA 157.84 2 1 1
    2 Kharis RALPH / Asher HILL CAN 146.84 4 2 2
    3 Lucie MYSLIVECKOVA / Matej NOVAK CZE 139.72 6 3 4
    4 Terra FINDLAY / Benoit RICHAUD FRA 136.42 1 11 3
    5 Tatiana BATURINTSEVA / Ivan VOLOBUIEV RUS 135.92 7 5 5
    6 Elizaveta TCHETINKINA / Denis SMIRNOV RUS 133.12 8 7 6
    7 Anastasia VYKHODTSEVA / Alexei SHUMSKI UKR 133.07 5 4 8
    8 Charlene GUIGNARD / Guillaume PAULMIER FRA 132.99 3 6 7
    9 Chloe WOLF / Rhys AINSWORTH USA 124.43 9 10 9
    10 Maja VERMEULEN / Andrew DOLEMAN CAN 123.08 11 9 11
    11 Oksana KLIMOVA / Sasha PALOMÄKI FIN 121.36 12 8 12
    12 Xueting GUAN / Meng WANG CHN 118.69 14 13 10
    13 Anne Sophie BILET / Adrien HAMON FRA 116.57 10 12 14
    14 Dora TUROCZI / Balazs MAJOR HUN 110.74 15 14 13
    15 Nikola VISNOVA / Lukas CSOLLEY SVK 108.03 13 16 17
    16 Ruslana JURCHENKO / Alexander LIUBCHENKO UKR 106.00 17 15 16
    17 Dominique DIECK / Michael ZENKNER GER 105.89 16 17 15

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