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    Men Free Skate

    Could someone post a starting order of the 4CC Men's Long. n_Halifax, where are you? Or am I missing your post?

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    [URL="http://www.isuresults.com/results/fc2010/SEG002.HTM"]http://www.isuresults.com/results/fc2010/SEG002.HTM[/URL]

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    ISU Four Continents Figure Skating Championships
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    MEN FREE SKATING
    Saturday, January 30, 2010
    (Group 1)
    11:00:00 - 11:07:00 Warm-up Group 1
    11:07:30 - 11:15:40 1 Kevin ALVES BRA
    11:15:40 - 11:23:50 2 Kento NAKAMURA JPN
    11:23:50 - 11:32:00 3 Matthew PRECIOUS AUS
    11:32:00 - 11:40:10 4 Min-Seok KIM KOR
    11:40:10 - 11:48:20 5 Wun-Chang SHIH TPE
    11:48:20 - 12:30:00 Break
    MEN FREE SKATING
    Saturday, January 30, 2010
    (Group 2-4)
    12:30:00 - 12:37:00 Warm-up Group 2
    12:37:30 - 12:45:40 6 Joey RUSSELL CAN
    12:45:40 - 12:53:50 7 Stephen Li-Chung KUO TPE
    12:53:50 - 13:02:00 8 Mark WEBSTER AUS
    13:02:00 - 13:10:10 9 Abzal RAKIMGALIEV KAZ
    13:10:10 - 13:18:20 10 Yasuharu NANRI JPN
    13:18:20 - 13:25:20 Warm-up Group 3
    13:25:50 - 13:34:00 11 Ryan BRADLEY USA
    13:34:00 - 13:42:10 12 Adam RIPPON USA
    13:42:10 - 13:50:20 13 Jinlin GUAN CHN
    13:50:20 - 13:58:30 14 Shawn SAWYER CAN
    13:58:30 - 14:06:40 15 Tatsuki MACHIDA JPN
    14:06:40 - 14:21:40 Ice Resurfacing
    14:21:40 - 14:28:40 Warm-up Group 4
    14:29:10 - 14:37:20 16 Nan SONG CHN
    14:37:20 - 14:45:30 17 Denis TEN KAZ
    14:45:30 - 14:53:40 18 Jialiang WU CHN
    14:53:40 - 15:01:50 19 Brandon MROZ USA
    15:01:50 - 15:10:00 20 Kevin REYNOLDS CAN

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    It has already started! Does anyone have the live feed?

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    All eyes are on Kevin Reynolds.

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    Nooo... I don't have a feed...

    And I'd really like one

    (OT: still don't like the new GS layout. Go back to the old one!!!! pretty please)

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    This is order of skate for Men's Free with SP Scores

    Warm-Up Group 1

    1 Kevin ALVES BRA 19 41.81
    2 Kento NAKAMURA JPN 17 49.24
    3 Matthew PRECIOUS AUS 18 47.44
    4 Min-Seok KIM KOR 16 49.49
    5 Wun-Chang SHIH TPE 20 40.53
     
    Warm-Up Group 2
     
    6 Joey RUSSELL CAN 12 57.05
    7 Stephen Li-Chung KUO TPE 14 53.80
    8 Mark WEBSTER AUS 15 51.05
    9 Abzal RAKIMGALIEV KAZ 13 55.91
    10 Yasuharu NANRI JPN 11 61.48
     
    Warm-Up Group 3

    11 Ryan BRADLEY USA 8 66.22
    12 Adam RIPPON USA 7 69.56
    13 Jinlin GUAN CHN 9 64.60
    14 Shawn SAWYER CAN 10 62.36
    15 Tatsuki MACHIDA JPN 6 69.60
     
    Warm-Up Group 4

    16 Nan SONG CHN 2 72.95
    17 Denis TEN KAZ 4 70.50
    18 Jialiang WU CHN 5 70.33
    19 Brandon MROZ USA 3 70.88
    20 Kevin REYNOLDS CAN 1 81.60

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    ...

    I'm watching it on cbcsports.ca, but I can't do PBP right now since I'm not really paying attention to the first group.. never heard of these people and they're not that interesting, haha.. but maybe later. Go Shawn, Joey, Kevin, Ryan, Adam..!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue_idealist View Post
    I'm watching it on cbcsports.ca, but I can't do PBP right now since I'm not really paying attention to the first group.. never heard of these people and they're not that interesting, haha.. but maybe later. Go Shawn, Joey, Kevin, Ryan, Adam..!!
    It looks like CBC are the only ones broadcasting the men's event. I believe it's geoblocked, but an anonymous proxy might be able to access it.

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    They're re-showing the SPs of Kevin, Brandon, Nan and Denis. Is it just me or do Brandon's spins travel a lot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue_idealist View Post
    They're re-showing the SPs of Kevin, Brandon, Nan and Denis. Is it just me or do Brandon's spins travel a lot?
    Missed most of Brandon's but just saw Denis Ten's short replay. Boy his artistry has improved.

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    Well, well, I'm anxious to see the young whippersnapper Kevin Reynolds (hopefully someone posts his SP & LP on youtube). I recall first seeing him skate at one of this past season's GP events (Led Zeppelin my fav!). And how everybody made fun of his artistry (even me) to the point that there was an article posted about how Kevin found his "inner artist*.

    Here's hoping the young grasshopper proves everyone wrong as the years go by...
    Last edited by Nadine; 01-29-2010 at 10:14 PM. Reason: weird, my post kept repeating words, it's not me!

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    I think most of the first group have improved alot. But regardless of what happens tonight in the free skate, for my money that short program of Kevin Reynolds was a masterpiece. It had it all, the jumps, spins, footwork, connecting steps, musicality. He was brilliant and I have just about everything crossed for him tonight. Men's figure skating is alive and well for a long time to come in Canada. The depth is truly amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by betoncookie View Post
    I think most of the first group have improved alot. But regardless of what happens tonight in the free skate, for my money that short program of Kevin Reynolds was a masterpiece. It had it all, the jumps, spins, footwork, connecting steps, musicality. He was brilliant and I have just about everything crossed for him tonight. Men's figure skating is alive and well for a long time to come in Canada. The depth is truly amazing.
    ITA he showed what the program was supposed to look like, which was not as clear in some of his earlier outings in the season. Missing key jumps have a way of doing that. But his 4CC SP was just spectacular. It was like Kurt Browning (Artistry) meets Elvis Stojcko (Jumps).

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    Kevin..

    Kevin's SP is growing on me. Well, Kevin in general is.. I used to hate his skating. This was a much better performance of the SP though than at Canadian Nationals. I think I'm going to have to get used to him because he's most likely the future star of Canadian mens skating, along with Joey Russell maybe.

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