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    Quote Originally Posted by Morning Glory View Post
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYQnGeEE5F4

    The reaction of the flower girl whom Daisuke hugged was so cute.
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    thanks for the info and vids, I really missed Daisuke the past year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morning Glory View Post
    In the interview, he said his legs had trembled for the strain, but he would feel more strain as he would show his new LP for the first time.

    I've found the longer version.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYQnGeEE5F4

    The reaction of the flower girl whom Daisuke hugged was so cute.
    Awww, that girl was adorable! I'd have reacted the same way. It is sooo great to have him back! Go Daisuke!

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    Dice Murakami's footwork was very entertaining, I thought!

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    From a russian post:

    Ice Dancing results after OD:

    1. Sinead KERR / John KERR (GBR) 86,83
    2. Alla BEKNAZAROVA / Vladimir ZUYEV (UKR) 80,2
    3. Anastasia PLATONOVA / Alexander GRACHEV (RUS) 79,37
    5. Christina BEIER / William BEIER (GER) 72,04
    4. Jane SUMMERSET / Todd GILLES (USA) 67,98

    Kerrs extend their lead over rest of the pack with close battle for silver and bronze between pairs from Ukraine and Russia.

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    Fsonline.ru has pbp on women's sp And a pbp in english on Twitter
    http://twitter.com/patinaggio
    Last edited by life684; 10-10-2009 at 08:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by life684 View Post
    From a russian post:

    Ice Dancing results after OD:

    1. Sinead KERR / John KERR (GBR) 86,83
    2. Alla BEKNAZAROVA / Vladimir ZUYEV (UKR) 80,2
    3. Anastasia PLATONOVA / Alexander GRACHEV (RUS) 79,37
    5. Christina BEIER / William BEIER (GER) 72,04
    4. Jane SUMMERSET / Todd GILLES (USA) 67,98

    Kerrs extend their lead over rest of the pack with close battle for silver and bronze between pairs from Ukraine and Russia.
    That's not a great score for the Kerrs - a 52-point something OD is well beneath their PB and similar to what Z/Z got at the Nebelhorn. And the Kerrs are the top team at FT, unlike the Zaretskis in Oberstdorf. Did something go wrong?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttercup View Post
    That's not a great score for the Kerrs - a 52-point something OD is well beneath their PB and similar to what Z/Z got at the Nebelhorn. And the Kerrs are the top team at FT, unlike the Zaretskis in Oberstdorf. Did something go wrong?
    According to twitter, she completely messed up the midline step sequence and one of the twizzles and scores 52.72.
    Last edited by life684; 10-10-2009 at 09:19 AM.

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    Ok, thanks to the nice person doing PBP on twitter unofficial results are :


    01.Leonova 56.24
    02.Korpi 54.71
    03.Poykio 54.64
    04.Suguri 54.07
    05.Samson 53.67
    06.Lepisto 53.45
    07.Helgesson V. 52.66
    08.Gerboldt 52.47
    09.McCorkell 49.93
    10.Marchei 49.77
    11.Sawada 47.06
    12.Berewswill 45.06
    13.Takeda 41.79
    14.Oberstar 41.48
    15.Helgesson J. 39.31

    Ikonnikova's scores are missing though.

    Very surprisde seeing Samson so high.. Ane Leonova leads even with a fall!! Ouch for Joshie ..
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuraiKike View Post
    Ane Leonova leads even with a fall!!
    She fell on the entrance of her flip (or after flip? people say different things...), but then stood up and landed 3F, but couldn't add 2T (she planned to do 3F-2T), so she did 3Lz-2T. She landed all of her jumps and I have no ideas why she fell. Anyway, we will see video later. Very good for her I like this girl sooo much and cheer for her! And glad for Katarina Gerboldt too
    Last edited by Lucky Star; 10-10-2009 at 11:01 AM.

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    I saw the Kerrs OD and they messed up the last part of the side by side step sequence as well as the twizzles.

    Even without the mistakes, there still hasn't been improvement with the partnering, closeness, and line issues they had in the past, and the program itself is only just "ok". The music choice and a few choreographic touches that play to the audience will probably make it popular with casual viewers and people who already like the Kerrs, but I don't think it'll win many converts or move them up.

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    Alena Leonova sp - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L31Gw...er_profilepage

    She fell during crossovers because she was too close to the boards. She is fighter! That fall happened just few seconds before her flip jump - so she lost a lot of speed needed for the jump but she still went for triple, landing wasn't ideal she fell out of it.

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    And, of course, he won

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    Takahashi: FS 142.63 Total 225.85
    The notes on jumps and scores from all the competitors can be found here:
    http://twitter.com/patinaggio

    ETA: Thanks for the protocols, Hsuhs!

    Congrats to Voronov for winning the LP. By tiny margin, but still.

    Brezina is also coming back from injury, isn't he? I hope he gets better as the season goes on. I loved him at Nebelhorn last season.

    It seems that Murakami has caught a Zayak bug from Oda while training on the same rink. Morozov will have a fit!
    Last edited by Oscilla; 10-10-2009 at 02:36 PM.

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