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Thread: Grand Prix Final: Mens LP

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    Were it not for the deduction for the fall, Jeremy would have won the LP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1795 View Post
    i'd rather have jeremy than johnny in 3rd
    Yeah I was thinking the same... I guess his SP really cost him the bronze, since he's ahead of Weir in the free.

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    Congrats to the winners!

    Evan
    Nobunari
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    Woulda, coulda, shoulda. Being an Evan and Johnny fan I am doing my happy dance right know.
    Last edited by demarinis5; 12-05-2009 at 05:00 AM.

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    What a class act Evan is!!! Nice interview.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trewyn View Post
    Oh ouch for the score; so it's Evan - Nobu - Johnny. Johnny got silver at the final last year as well right?
    Last year, Johnny got bronze. Takahiko Kozuka got silver, if I remember correctly

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    Daisuke's jumps have never looked all that secure since his return from his injury hiatus. I don't see him improving all that much on them this season. I hope I'm wrong but I don't see him on the Olympic podium.

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    Judges scores for the Mens are up:
    http://www.isuresults.com/results/gpf0910/index.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by yelyoh View Post
    Were it not for the deduction for the fall, Jeremy would have won the LP.
    He should have won the LP anyway. Even with the fall on the Quad, it was stronger technically than Evan's performance.

    And definitely stronger artistically.

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    Congratulation! I believe Oda just got himself qualified for the olys! I think he was tense and tentative as he was trying to relieve pressure off himself from having to qualified for the Olys on the Japanese national. (the Japanese federation deems a skater qualified if he/she earns a medal at the GPF.)

    As I remember, he was believed to have earned the oly spot in 2006 but only his qualification taken away due to judging error. And it was Dai who went to the 2006 olys instead. I'm really happy for Oda for that reason.

    I'm also happy for Jonny to earn the medal. Hope it does do wonder to his confidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadine View Post
    Oh no, little bobbles here & there for Takahashi, pressure seems to have gotten to him, skating in his home country. Still he never gave up on the peformance, not really.

    And I r-e-s-p-e-c-t both him & Jeremy for going for the quad! In the end the results here are not that important, better to try the quad here in preparation for the Olympics, the big one! Others played it safe, yeah there are those that win playing it safe but I really don't respect that, sorry. I see the strategy, but this is exactly why my fav skaters are gutsy risk takers!!!!!
    I definitely second that! A man's program without quad just does not deserve OGM. Of the pack, Jeremy is my clear favourate!

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    Evan won over Oda by 6 points. Evan in fact came in fourth in TES. Now pls go and see the difference in PCS.. Evan has 84, Oda 78, so it means 6 points.. No further comment...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesertRoad View Post
    Daisuke's jumps have never looked all that secure since his return from his injury hiatus. I don't see him improving all that much on them this season. I hope I'm wrong but I don't see him on the Olympic podium.
    His jumps were perfect in the SP here.

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    Final note: Jeremy Abbott set a mood & didn't stray from it, as do all the greatest artists on ice (e.g. Oksana Baiul).

    He's in a class by himself when it comes to male ballerinas on ice...every movement....every gesture, every finger, every everything was sublime.

    NOW ON TO THE OLYMPICS!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hongligl View Post
    I definitely second that! A man's program without quad just does not deserve OGM. Of the pack, Jeremy is my clear favourate!
    Let alone without a decent triple axel..
    Count me in on that!

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