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    Oh Adam :(. Watching him in the K&C is breaking my heart. Love his skating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skatemom1122 View Post
    A real shame about Rippon...
    Oh no, this is awful not watching it live but waiting for posts... I was really rooting for him...

    Well, at least he's still in a good position. 4th so far...

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    So, looking at the scores right now, It's pretty easy to figure out who will be on the Olympic team. Jeremy, Evan, and Johnny are the most deserving in my opinion based on both prior results and this weekend.

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    To comment on Jeremy's performance he had the command and the polish that you need to have to perform well and that is one of his strengths. Another nod of approval for the work that Miss Shea-Lynn Bourne did with the choreography on this program as well. I haven't seen any of the other skaters performances posted so this is all that I can say regarding this competition so far.

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    Adam still made fourth? That's good! I was also rooting for him, I can't watch live either. I hope Adam will go to Torino!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trewyn View Post
    Adam still made fourth? That's good! I was also rooting for him, I can't watch live either. I hope Adam will go to Torino!
    Yea, I hope so too. That would be such a great experience for his career. He is around 10 points below 3rd though at this point.

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    I didn't see the music for Jason Wong. Did anybody happen to catch it?

    I really enjoyed his skating!

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    Jeremy: smooth and playful. I wish he wore the toxido in lp, instead of that planned Todd Eldridge dedication thing.

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    Adam is so sweet and so talented! It was all going so well until the 3Lutz that he doubled and then ran into the boards and then the mistake on the footwork. He's still in good position in 4th. He's another cutie, like Armin. Hope he skates great in the LP!

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    Good for Jason Wong. I've just skimmed over an article about him, and he's had some tough moments in his career. Apparently, he literally gave up skating at one point but then had a revelation about his love for the sport and came back to qualify for Nationals and do well in the preceding competitions.

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    Looks like a lot of people left the building before the competition ended. :(

    Feel sorry for Tommy Steenburg, nervous bobbles here & there, just nerves is all, still did a fine job.

    CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE MEN THAT MADE IT TO NATIONALS THIS YEAR!!!!

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    Final Standings (Unofficial)

    1 Jeremy Abbott, Detroit SC 87.85 1
    2 Evan Lysacek, DuPage FSC 83.69 2
    3 Johnny Weir, SC of New York Inc 83.51 3
    4 Adam Rippon, SC of New York Inc 72.91 4
    5 Armin Mahbanoozadeh, Washington FSC 72.56 5
    6 Ryan Bradley, Broadmoor SC 70.63 6
    7 Richard Dornbush, All Year FSC 65.79 7
    8 Grant Hochstein, St Clair Shores FSC 65.55 8
    9 Jason Wong, Skating Club of Boston 64.56 9
    10 Brandon Mroz, Broadmoor SC 64.45 10
    11 Douglas Razzano, Coyotes SC of Arizona 64.27 11
    12 Keegan Messing, Alaska Assoc of Figure Skaters 63.38 12
    13 Dennis Phan, All Year FSC 62.51 13
    14 Andrew Gonzales, All Year FSC 62.38 14
    15 Parker Pennington, Winterhurst FSC 61.58 15
    16 Tommy Steenberg, SC of Northern Virginia 59.17 16
    17 Stephen Carriere, Skating Club of Boston 58.68 17
    18 Shaun Rogers, SC of Wilmington Inc 58.62 18
    19 Wesley Campbell, Nashville FSC 55.98 19
    20 Jonathan Cassar, Detroit SC 55.53 20
    21 Michael Solonoski, SC of New York Inc 55.26 21
    22 Alexander Johnson, Braemar-City of Lakes FSC 54.29 22
    23 Daniel Raad, Park FSC 49.32 23

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadine View Post
    Looks like a lot of people left the building before the competition ended. :(
    Ugh, I hate it when that happens. Hope he does well though!

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    museksk8r - could you perhaps sort the skaters you're cheering for alphabetically? I find this so confusing, and always have to go through the entire list in order to find out if you are a fan of skaterX.

    Well, saw Jeremy's skate. Very nicely done, very musical. But I have seen those jumps smoother from him. Nevertheless, great skate!

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    I would love for the final standings to have top 4 to remain; Jeremy, Evan and Johnny are the most deserving Oly team; and then one of them medals at the Olys and gives Rippon a shot at Worlds = my dream scenario .

    Too bad about Priscilla's skaters Shaun and Stephen!

    And Zakrajsek's skaters Ryan and Brandon; did Ryan make the final flight? Is it 5 or 6?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post

    Well, saw Jeremy's skate. Very nicely done, very musical. But I have seen those jumps smoother from him. Nevertheless, great skate!
    Yeah he did look a bit tight; but after he got the jumps out of the way, he gave his choreography his all and that was great to watch!! I hope he holds on to first place in the LP!

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