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    JGP Mexico City

    Starts this Thursday! I will let someone else put up the entry list.

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    It looks like Evan Lysacek is really out of it.

    Parker Pennington has a brother Colin Pennington?

    Canada going all out with 5 Junior Ladies!

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    Originally posted by Joesitz
    Canada going all out with 5 Junior Ladies!

    Joe
    No, Canada is sending two. (max. allowed) The last three on the listing are subs (note the S.)


    Look for Amanda Billings to medal.

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    Only 4 in the Pairs event--2 US, 2 Canadian.

    That's tough for the pair that doesn't medal!

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    Thumbs up According to FSU...

    Pairs SP:
    1) D&D (CAN)
    2) V&K (USA)
    3) C&S (CAN)
    4) S&P (USA)

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    Evan Lysacek is out due to injury. bummer!

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    Yes, Joe, Parker Pennington has a younger brother named Colin. Last year Colin won the US Novice title and has begun competing as a junior this year.

    I saw Colin at Skate Cleveland. He had a rough short, but came back to medal. Brother Parker did a guest skate at that event.

    Personally, I think as a beginning competitor in the international junior ranks, he is doing quite well. Good luck, Colin!

    As for Evan L. -- hope this injury you mentioned isn't major. I want to see him at US Nationals, even if I don't get to "see" him on ABC!
    Last edited by JOHIO2; 09-28-2003 at 12:18 AM.

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    Johio - You just may get to see Lysacek on ABC. His junior silver medal last year was well deserved and imo, a better skater than the gold medalist but you know, quads count.

    Joe

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    Miki Ando

    Looking at the ladies results, Miki Ando appeared to be head and shoulders above the rest. Now, if I could only see her skate somewhere!

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    Good job Miki congratulations

    From another board

    Miki Ando JPN (1) 3Z/3L, 3F/3T (fall on toe), 2A, 3F, 3L, 3S, 2A step out. "She was fast."

    Danielle Kahle USA (2) 2A, 3Z/2T, 3S/2L, 3T, 3L, 1A. "Very good speed and flow."

    Jessica Dube CAN (3) 2A, 3S, 3Z, 3T, 2L, 1F, 2A (fall), 3S (fall), "her presentation marks were very high."
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    joe,
    i agree that evan should have won gold this year at junior worlds. but, as u said, quads rule over artistry.

    like johnny weir and jeffrey buttle, it isn't the lack of quads that hurts most -- all 3 absolutely need a secure triple axel

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