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    Wow Jeremy!! you Rock!

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    Vancouver 2010, 247.23, Bronze
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    Yes!!! There!!! Jeremy!!!

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    Holllllllllllllllyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy cowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!

    Unbelievable skate by jeremy abbott!

    Perfection! 1 QUAD + 8 TRIPLES

    4toe
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    3lutz+2toe
    3lutz+3toe+2loop
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    Beautiful.

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    Jeremy, how gorgeous he is Now I can for sure put him on my olympic banner

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    Now that was awesome! Wow, I don't really follow men's closely, but I thought this top 6 was pretty impressive!

    So sad for Ryan though...

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    Holy...

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    Jeremy peaked too early last season, this season, total opposite. Here's hoping for a repeat at the Olympics!

    And wow at the US sending a team of all national champions to the Olympics.

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    RESULTS

    1 Jeremy Abbott 263.66 1 1
    2 Evan Lysacek 238.63 2 3
    3 Johnny Weir 232.09 3 5
    4 Ryan Bradley 225.97 6 2
    5 Adam Rippon 225.07 4 4
    6 Brandon Mroz 201.27 10 6
    7 Grant Hochstein 192.73 8 7
    8 Armin Mahbanoozadeh 190.98 5 13
    9 Keegan Messing 190.35 12 8
    10 Jason Wong 186.46 9 10
    11 Richard Dornbush 184.28 7 12
    12 Jonathan Cassar 182.23 20 9
    13 Tommy Steenberg 179.21 16 11
    14 Dennis Phan 175.97 13 15
    15 Douglas Razzano 175.04 11 17
    16 Parker Pennington 173.03 15 16
    17 Alexander Johnson 168.29 22 14
    18 Andrew Gonzales 167.25 14 19
    19 Shaun Rogers 165.00 18 18
    20 Michael Solonoski 150.76 21 20
    21 Wesley Campbell 146.96 19 21
    22 Daniel Raad 127.38 23 22

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    The man who scored a TES of only 19.10 in the SP at Skate Canada just two years and two months ago almost scored a TES of 90 in FS here...what a progress! Congrats!

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    My brief thoughts about the top 4 - all of whom I like:

    Jeremy - WOW!!! That was great!! Not only the performance but the program as well.

    Johnny and Evan - Underwhelming. They will need to step it up in Vancouver. Still, all things considered I think they did well and I know they will be better next month.

    Ryan - Great performance!! Too bad about his nemesis - the triple axel. If he had landed them in both the short and long, he would have been second.

    Let's see what the committee decides....
    Last edited by hrmsk8ngnutt; 01-17-2010 at 07:29 PM.

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    Holy !!!!!
    Wow. Jeremy!!!

    I feel a bit sorry for Ryan (and Adam) but congrats, Jeremy, Evan, Johnny!

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    I'm so sad for Ryan. I wish the USFSA would send him to the Olympics instead of Johnny, or at least worlds.

    Way to go Jeremy though! That was GORGEOUS ! He'll give Plushy a run for his money!

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    Well done Jeremy. Excellent focus and control.

    Still, for Evan better to have a (minor) game plan now than in Vancouver. He probably needed a slight bump in the road to make his focus stronger.

    Congrats to all.

    PS...Tough finish for Ryan. I'll miss him in the future assuming he retires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by champs View Post
    The man who scored a TES of only 19.10 in the SP at Skate Canada just two years and two months ago almost scored a TES of 90 in FS here...what a progress! Congrats!
    Well, that man is STILL capable of deeping back to 19.10 score.

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