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    Results-ice dance

    The CD:

    1 Madison CHOCK / Greg ZUERLEIN USA 30.98
    2 Ekaterina RIAZANOVA / Jonathan GUERREIRO RUS 30.67
    3 Lorenza ALESSANDRINI / Simone VATURI ITA 28.64
    4 Tarrah HARVEY / Keith GAGNON CAN 27.98
    5 Sophie KNIPPEL / Andrew BRITTEN CAN 27.54
    6 Isabella CANNUSCIO / Ian LORELLO USA 27.24
    7 Victoria SINITSINA / Ruslan ZHIGANSHIN RUS 25.39
    8 Emese LASZLO / Mate FEJES HUN 23.81
    9 Harmonie LAFONT / Stanislas ETZOL FRA 23.75
    10 Kristina KIUDMAA / Aleksei TROHLEV EST 23.54
    11 Karolina PROCHAZKOVA / Michal CESKA CZE 23.38
    12 Elena TEREMTSOVA / Yuri EREMENKO UKR 22.86
    13 Maria NOSULIA / Evgen KHOLONIUK UKR 21.57
    14 Lesia VALADZENKAVA / Vitali VAKUNOV BLR 21.57
    15 Alissandra ARONOW / Aleksandr PIROGOV LTU 21.21
    16 Lora SEMOVA / Dimitar LICHEV BUL 21.11
    17 Martina MONTONATI / Francesco FIORETTI ITA 19.40

    Looks like C/Z and R/G will duke it out for gold, with bronze likely going to the Italians. But 4th-6th place should be pretty fluid among the two Canadian teams and the 2nd US team.

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    But the difference between lst and 6th place is less than 4 points. I still think it's anyone's chance to win.

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    Based on previous performances, I don't think it's a wide-open race for gold. 2 points is a huge lead in the CD. Both R/G and C/Z made it to the JGPF last season, and I expect their OD scores to push them even farther ahead of the pack.

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    OD RESULTS:
    1 Madison CHOCK / Greg ZUERLEIN USA 51.12 28.99 22.13 5.84 5.59 5.91 5.78 5.97 0.00 10
    2 Ekaterina RIAZANOVA / Jonathan GUERREIRO RUS 48.77 27.42 22.35 5.84 5.78 5.72 6.00 6.03 1.00 11
    3 Tarrah HARVEY / Keith GAGNON CAN 45.94 26.13 19.81 5.16 5.09 5.25 5.25 5.31 0.00 16
    4 Lorenza ALESSANDRINI / Simone VATURI ITA 45.69 25.81 19.88 5.22 5.03 5.31 5.25 5.34 0.00 12
    5 Victoria SINITSINA / Ruslan ZHIGANSHIN RUS 43.74 26.10 17.64 4.59 4.50 4.75 4.72 4.69 0.00 9
    6 Isabella CANNUSCIO / Ian LORELLO USA 43.69 25.37 19.32 5.09 5.00 5.06 5.09 5.16 1.00 13
    7 Sophie KNIPPEL / Andrew BRITTEN CAN 40.09 22.06 19.03 4.97 4.88 5.06 5.09 5.06 1.00 17
    8 Karolina PROCHAZKOVA / Michal CESKA CZE 39.40 24.70 14.70 3.91 3.69 3.94 4.03 3.84 0.00 2
    9 Elena TEREMTSOVA / Yuri EREMENKO UKR 38.31 23.31 15.00 3.97 3.88 3.88 4.03 3.97 0.00 7
    10 Emese LASZLO / Mate FEJES HUN 37.25 21.24 16.01 4.34 4.09 4.25 4.22 4.19 0.00 14
    11 Lesia VALADZENKAVA / Vitali VAKUNOV BLR 35.91 22.37 13.54 3.56 3.44 3.50 3.75 3.59 0.00 4
    12 Kristina KIUDMAA / Aleksei TROHLEV EST 35.24 20.54 14.70 3.94 3.75 3.94 3.91 3.84 0.00 3
    13 Harmonie LAFONT / Stanislas ETZOL FRA 34.83 21.24 14.59 4.00 3.78 3.78 3.91 3.75 1.00 15
    14 Alissandra ARONOW / Aleksandr PIROGOV LTU 34.01 20.20 13.81 3.66 3.47 3.72 3.69 3.66 0.00 6
    15 Maria NOSULIA / Evgen KHOLONIUK UKR 33.97 20.27 13.70 3.47 3.56 3.47 3.78 3.72 0.00 5
    16 Martina MONTONATI / Francesco FIORETTI ITA 30.61 19.06 11.55 3.13 2.88 3.03 3.22 3.00 0.00 8
    17 Lora SEMOVA / Dimitar LICHEV BUL 30.53 17.50 13.03 3.50 3.25 3.47 3.56 3.41 0.00 1

    STANDINGS after OD:
    1 Madison CHOCK / Greg ZUERLEIN USA 82.10
    2 Ekaterina RIAZANOVA / Jonathan GUERREIRO RUS 79.44
    3 Lorenza ALESSANDRINI / Simone VATURI ITA 74.33
    4 Tarrah HARVEY / Keith GAGNON CAN 73.92
    5 Isabella CANNUSCIO / Ian LORELLO USA 70.93
    6 Victoria SINITSINA / Ruslan ZHIGANSHIN RUS 69.13
    7 Sophie KNIPPEL / Andrew BRITTEN CAN 67.63
    8 Karolina PROCHAZKOVA / Michal CESKA CZE 62.78
    9 Elena TEREMTSOVA / Yuri EREMENKO UKR 61.17
    10 Emese LASZLO / Mate FEJES HUN 61.06
    11 Kristina KIUDMAA / Aleksei TROHLEV EST 58.78
    12 Harmonie LAFONT / Stanislas ETZOL FRA 58.58
    13 Lesia VALADZENKAVA / Vitali VAKUNOV BLR 57.48
    14 Maria NOSULIA / Evgen KHOLONIUK UKR 55.54
    15 Alissandra ARONOW / Aleksandr PIROGOV LTU 55.22
    16 Lora SEMOVA / Dimitar LICHEV BUL 51.64
    17 Martina MONTONATI / Francesco FIORETTI ITA 50.01

    As I thought, C/Z and R/G have pulled away from therest of the field. R/G must have fallen in the OD, giving C/Z a bigger lead.

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    You're right , Chukm about the top two. They should have no problem for gold and silver in whatever order. The next three, through could be bronze.

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    I think the bronze will go to either the Italians or the Canadians. Cannuscio / Lorello are 3 points behind H/G, and that may be too much of a gap to bridge.

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    Anyone happen to know when the FD will take place?

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    It just finished. Chock & Zuerlin won, but the real story is in the deductions: it seems six of the top eight fell down!

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    All the deductions were from the extended lifts, except the fall in Russian team, Riazanova/Guerreiro. There're more teams with extended lifts than any competitions!! I wonder if their stopwatch was accurate

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    Hooray for C&Z!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissIzzy View Post
    It just finished. Chock & Zuerlin won, but the real story is in the deductions: it seems six of the top eight fell down!
    Actually only 2 teams in the entire field ( Ekaterina RIAZANOVA / Jonathan GUERREIRO and Lora SEMOVA / Dimitar LICHEV ) actually fell in the free dance.

    The other teams got deductions for lifts that lasted too long. Some got multiple deductions for that.

    Lifts that last too long is a very common deduction in ice dance. You will see that a lot of these couples will adjust the lifts slightly so they don't suffer these deductions again.

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    I would say Canuscio/Lorello made a statement! Less than 1 point behind 3rd place even at 5th place. They were not supposed to be in the mix at all.

    Nice for the others and look forward to more from them. No one yet has a hold on being in the Finals.

    Hope we get some youtubes on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joesitz View Post
    I would say Canuscio/Lorello made a statement! Less than 1 point behind 3rd place even at 5th place. They were not supposed to be in the mix at all.
    Are they a new team? I hadn't even heard of them before this. But even so, great for them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joesitz View Post
    I would say Canuscio/Lorello made a statement! Less than 1 point behind 3rd place even at 5th place. They were not supposed to be in the mix at all.
    Guess you missed the post in Dance preview thread in which dorispulaski was "mildly optimistic" about Cannuscio/Lorello's chances :
    http://www.goldenskate.com/forum/sho...86&postcount=4

    Quote Originally Posted by lmarie086 View Post
    Are they a new team? I hadn't even heard of them before this.
    Cannuscio/Lorello finished 4th in their first of two JGPs last season and were 9th in Junior at 2008 U.S. Nationals. They teamed up in March 2006 -- here's the link to their official site: http://www.ice-dance.com/cannuscio-lorello/index.html
    Last edited by Sylvia; 09-06-2008 at 08:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joesitz View Post
    No one yet has a hold on being in the Finals.
    Joe it's pretty clear from the lineup at Mexico City next week that Ralph/Hill are very likely to punch their ticket there for the JGPF.

    Here are the top scorers thus far:
    157.84 Shibutanis
    156.52 Chock / Zuerlein
    149.42 Riazanova / Guerreiro
    146.84 Ralph / Hill
    142.01 Alessandrini / Vaturi
    141.01 Harvey / Gagnon


    Last season, all the teams who scored 150s or better made it into the final. There were some teams who were scoring 160s and 170s, but they all moved up to the GP this year.

    Other teams who scored in the 150s last season were the Hubbells (USA), Monko/Khaliavin (RUS) and Agafonova/Dun (UKR).

    I'd say the Shibutanis and Chock/Zuerlein are off to a very good start. Riazanova / Guerreiro should do better when they don't fall in both OD and FD.
    Last edited by chuckm; 09-06-2008 at 08:24 PM.

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