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    Men's LP and Final Results

    Bariev wins the LP, but Alexander Johnson hangs on to win the gold medal. Keegan Messing finished fourth.


    1 Ivan BARIEV RUS 126.38 65.18 61.20 6.22 5.59 6.41 6.16 6.22 0.00 #24
    2 Alexander JOHNSON USA 121.05 59.55 61.50 6.09 5.97 6.13 6.31 6.25 0.00 #23
    3 Akio SASAKI JPN 112.51 55.63 57.88 5.81 5.66 5.69 5.84 5.94 1.00 #22
    4 Stanislav KOVALEV RUS 103.77 52.53 51.24 5.31 4.78 5.28 5.16 5.09 0.00 #21
    5 Keegan MESSING USA 102.51 50.27 54.24 5.84 5.41 5.25 5.34 5.28 2.00 #25
    6 Christopher BOYADJI FRA 101.02 54.94 47.08 4.94 4.56 4.69 4.72 4.63 1.00 #16
    7 Stephane WALKER SUI 96.49 46.61 49.88 5.00 4.91 5.03 4.97 5.03 0.00 #18
    8 Andrei ROGOZINE CAN 96.40 49.16 47.24 4.72 4.59 4.75 4.84 4.72 0.00 #15
    9 Tomi PULKKINEN SUI 90.50 41.30 49.20 4.91 4.84 4.88 4.94 5.03 0.00 #11
    10 Alexander MAJOROV SWE 90.17 41.53 50.64 5.38 4.91 4.97 5.06 5.00 2.00 #19
    11 Morgan CIPRES FRA 87.09 40.21 47.88 5.06 4.63 4.69 4.78 4.78 1.00 #17
    12 Dmytro IGNATENKO UKR 84.64 49.76 34.88 4.25 2.94 3.59 3.44 3.22 0.00 #4
    13 Denis WIECZOREK GER 83.39 37.65 45.74 4.81 4.56 4.47 4.59 4.44 0.00 #20
    14 Beka SHANKULASHVILI GEO 81.93 46.37 35.56 4.38 3.06 3.56 3.53 3.25 0.00 #12
    15 Petr COUFAL CZE 81.36 35.78 45.58 4.31 4.28 4.66 4.91 4.63 0.00 #8
    16 Ruben ERRAMPALLI ITA 80.18 40.18 40.00 4.31 3.84 3.94 4.03 3.88 0.00 #10
    17 Mario-Rafael IONIAN AUT 76.66 39.60 37.06 4.09 3.50 3.63 3.78 3.53 0.00 #9
    18 Andrew LUM CAN 76.57 32.55 45.02 4.66 4.22 4.41 4.66 4.56 1.00 #13
    19 Kamil BIALAS POL 75.92 37.54 41.38 4.47 3.97 4.00 4.19 4.06 3.00 #14
    20 Jiri VASICEK CZE 68.60 31.16 38.44 3.91 3.84 3.81 3.94 3.72 1.00 #5
    21 Matthias VERSLUIS FIN 65.38 30.44 35.94 3.78 3.47 3.53 3.72 3.47 1.00 #6
    22 Patrik TIMCAK CZE 60.73 29.83 32.90 3.94 2.69 3.28 3.41 3.13 2.00 #7
    23 Igor REZNICHENKO UKR 55.76 24.38 32.38 3.41 3.06 3.38 3.25 3.09 1.00 #1
    24 Jeongsol KIM KOR 45.42 21.84 24.58 2.88 2.25 2.38 2.44 2.34 1.00 #2
    25 Pavel STRAKACH BLR 42.59 19.21 25.38 2.78 2.44 2.38 2.59 2.50 2.00 #3

    FPl. Name Nat. Points SP FS
    1 Alexander JOHNSON USA 187.58 1 2
    2 Ivan BARIEV RUS 187.47 2 1
    3 Akio SASAKI JPN 167.57 5 3
    4 Keegan MESSING USA 160.36 3 5
    5 Stanislav KOVALEV RUS 159.83 4 4
    6 Christopher BOYADJI FRA 153.16 7 6
    7 Stephane WALKER SUI 147.70 8 7
    8 Alexander MAJOROV SWE 144.85 6 10
    9 Andrei ROGOZINE CAN 139.70 15 8
    10 Tomi PULKKINEN SUI 136.55 12 9
    11 Morgan CIPRES FRA 136.08 10 11
    12 Denis WIECZOREK GER 134.33 9 13
    13 Beka SHANKULASHVILI GEO 127.16 14 14
    14 Andrew LUM CAN 124.32 11 18
    15 Ruben ERRAMPALLI ITA 123.02 16 16
    16 Petr COUFAL CZE 121.59 18 15
    17 Kamil BIALAS POL 121.53 13 19
    18 Dmytro IGNATENKO UKR 121.01 21 12
    19 Mario-Rafael IONIAN AUT 116.35 19 17
    20 Matthias VERSLUIS FIN 106.15 17 21
    21 Patrik TIMCAK CZE 97.17 20 22
    22 Jiri VASICEK CZE 96.65 23 20
    23 Igor REZNICHENKO UKR 86.78 22 23
    24 Jeongsol KIM KOR 72.95 24 24
    25 Pavel STRAKACH BLR 65.97 26 25
    WD Yong Min HAN PRK 25

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    Thanks Doris and congrats to the winners.

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    Bariev came back fighting. Johnson holds on by a few tenths of a point. I have no conclusion to my opinions on these two, I would love to see the Long Programmes.

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    anyone have a run down of what Keegan did?

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    Messing:

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    3A (-3.8 GOE), but no fall; 3F!+2T (0.0 GOE), 3Z (+0.5 GOE)

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    3Z+3T< and fall, 3A fall, 3F(e) (-1.0 GOE), popped loop, 3F(e)+2L (-1.0 GOE), 2A, 3Z, 3S+2T.

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    thanks, chuck... a bit rough but exciting none the less. Absolutely love his skating. Now if only the local media would take an interest in his skating. *oh the rant I could start right now*

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    Toni, Have you ever tried to bring Keegan to the local press's attention? You've got photos of him...you'd think a human interest story, at least, would be in order. In fact, have you ever considered doing a skating column for your local paper?

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    I don't like Ivan Bariev's skating too much, but he was a shining star yesterday. He was far better than others (especially as to presentation). He didn't have 3axel or quad (but we all know that with new judging system skaters don't need this elements to win) but except 3lutz underrotated 2toeloop combo his jums were great. With every next successful jump he was more vivid and passionate. He deserved to win this event. Alex Johnson's performance looked very pale and without a flash in comparison with Ivan.

    Johnson opened with 1flip 2toe combo but he was able to come back and land the rest of his triples.

    Akio Sasaki is true entertainer plus he had a good day and landed six clean triples.

    Keegan had a shaky performance. He landed 3axel but with really bad landing (if technical specialist wanted he could count it as another fall).

    Stanislav Kovalev was in good mood and his mood rised with every jump. He landed everything not without some small mistakes. He did better than in practise.

    Sasha Majorov is another men worth mentioning. His Carmen performance is full of energy and passion. He has a very good presentation, he is natural. His jumps reminds me of Lindemann - strong and high and very powerful. He landed few jumps but he fell twice. He needs time to find himself and to concentrate well.

    Petr Coufal finished 16th. It was a great job from this thirteen years old boy. He landed beautiful 3lutz in warm-up, unfortunately in free skate it was only 1lutz. He landed very nice 3loop and 3toeloop and some doubles. Two jumps (3salchow and 2loop in combo) were underrotated. He earned the second JGP nomination - he will skate in Sheffield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonichelle View Post
    Absolutely love his skating. Now if only the local media would take an interest in his [Keegan Messing's] skating.
    The Anchorage (Alaska) Daily News did a very nice article on Keegan Messing after he caused a splash at 2007 U.S. Nationals by winning the Novice Men's free skate and the bronze medal. He was credited with landing a triple Axel (with one or both hands down) in the FS. I just dug out the original URL and am pleased to find the article online still! Link is: http://dwb.adn.com/sports/story/8665069p-8557205c.html
    Click on the "Keegan on the ice" link for a short video of Keegan skating outdoors with comments by his coaches, Ralph and Rory Flack Burghart.

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    Thanks a lot for sharing your first-hand impressions, sisinka! Hurray for young Petr Coufal!

    Link to the Men's FS protocols: http://www.isufs.org/results/jgpcze2..._FS_Scores.pdf

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    Interesting to see that Andrei Rogozine CAN got an edge-warning (!) call on both his Lutz and flip.

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    Re Rogozine: That's got to be hard to do.

    And sisinka, thanks so much for the first hand report. Did you take any videos?

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    yes, I know Keegan got an article more than a year ago... but that's ALL he gets. No follow ups, not even a blurb in the sports column

    but you can bet any guy that goes on to play football gets a mention every week - even if he's on the crappiest team in the country! or our hockey players who aren't even in the NHL they're in the smaller divisions, gotta give them credit.

    I've been a pest lately for them to do a follow up, and I don't even get a response of 'stop bugging us'.... no one gives a crap about the sport up here (1999 - couldn't even fill the arena to HALF full when Scott Hamilton and Katarina Witt came up here...)

    I've written a few skating articles for journalism courses in school, but while that's part of my major, I absolutely hate it lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kypma View Post
    Interesting to see that Andrei Rogozine CAN got an edge-warning (!) call on both his Lutz and flip.

    -Kypma


    He could argue that: The Lip was intended to be a Lutz and the Flutz was intended to be a Flip.

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