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    (Junior) Men - SP Starting Order

    1 Grisha Fournier, All Year FSC
    2 Austin Kanallakan, Los Angeles FSC
    3 Alexander Zahradnicek, SC of Wilmington Inc
    4 Christopher Caluza, All Year FSC
    5 Joshua Farris, Broadmoor SC
    6 Max Aaron, Broadmoor SC

    7 Juran Yang, St Paul FSC
    8 Peter Max Dion, Skating Club of Boston
    9 Jason Brown, Skokie Valley SC
    10 Scott Dyer, Columbia FSC (MD)
    11 Sean Rabbitt, Glacier Falls FSC
    12 Alexander Aiken, Atlanta FSC

    Judge 1 Todd Bromley, Carrollton, TX
    Judge 2 Carrie Miller, Los Angeles, CA
    Judge 3 Jessica Bussgang, Wellesley, MA
    Judge 4 Kitty DeLio LaForte, Aurora, CO
    Judge 5 Dawn Eyerly, Los Angeles, CA
    Judge 6 Alexander Enzmann, Stow, MA
    Judge 7 Joyce Komperda, Menomonee Falls, WI
    Judge 8 Kirsten Novak, Salt Lake City, UT
    Judge 9 Joseph Inman, Alexandria, VA
    Referee - Kathy Slack, Troy, OH
    Technical Controller - Richard Perez, Mountain View, CA
    Technical Specialist - Terry Kubicka, Fairfield, CA
    Assistant Technical Specialist - David Santee, Park Ridge, IL

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    It starts in 10 minutes. Is anyone watching. I am taking time to actually watch Nationals this year so I am going to sit here and enjoy the show.

    I'm thinking Austin has his act together this year and may win it.

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    Im watching!

    I don't know much about the Junior men so I guess this is the perfect time for me to tune in.

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    I love Junior Men. It's like watching a 16-year-old with a new driver's license. They throw themselves all over the ice and you never know how they are going to land. If it's a tame competition, I start to worry about the future.

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    I won't do a play-by-play. I'm not good enough.

    I'll do what I can

    Grisha - coached by Angela Nikadinov. Missed his lutz. Doubled the flip.

    Go Austin

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    Angela Nikadinov looked beautiful!

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    I am absolutely LOVING the audience. The countdowns and pom-pom waving is surely helping give these guys a boost to be landing all those triple axels

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    The pom poms are cute. At least they aren't throwing pennies on the ice.

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    Yeah! Lets get this party started. enlight78's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by A.H.Black View Post
    The pom poms are cute. At least they aren't throwing pennies on the ice.

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    Yeah! Lets get this party started. enlight78's Avatar
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    Jason Brown wonderful skater very charismatic and the boy can dance; really enjoyed the whole performance

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    Those PCS marks are very good. Shows you what speed and performance value can do to help when the jumps are iffy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enlight78 View Post
    Jason Brown wonderful skater very charismatic and the boy can dance; really enjoyed the whole performance
    Welcome to the Jason Brown gush club. He's more amazing in person. When you see him skate live, he just draws your attention.

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    It's Tuffy Hough. I wouldn't have recognized her. Not because she's changed that much. I just haven't seen her for ages. Good skate for Peter.

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    Yeah, audio on music is too low. Can only hear commentators.

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    I felt bad for that Grisha Fournier. They had problems starting his music. When they got it going, he started off his program by missing his lutz. Tough break

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