Question about moving on to FS (Pairs)
Does anyone know how many teams qualify to move on to the Free Skate at Worlds?
Yup- 16 in pairs, top 30 from the compulsory to original dance (which I'm pretty sure there are 28 or 29 entries, so all teams will make it), top 20 to the free dance, and then 24 in ladies and men from the short program.
Only 16 in pairs? Hmm...For some reason I was under the impression that it was 20 at Worlds...Wow...Thanks everyone for the answers!
It used to be, but was changed this year. The pairs field always used to be the smallest at the Worlds (barely reaching 20), but this year it actually has just as many entries as the dance event.
Danielle Montalbano/ Evgeni Krasnopolsky are on the list!
Originally Posted by Dramahkween
Do you think that they will qualify for the FS? I hope!
Last edited by Selina11; 03-16-2010 at 06:44 PM.
GO Team Abbott!
Yeah, and didn't ISU then encourage nations to develop pairs FS? Don't know exactly how, but I think with money for training camps, better coaching etc. Now, after succeeding(26 pairs in the field), this new rule seems strange to me.
Originally Posted by Tony Wheeler
i absolutely agree with you! The ISU wanted to deepen the field in pairs in terms of countries competing, and then it is reducing the entry´s. Totaly stupid. Since some contries won´t let their skaters and also pairs go to worlds when they don´t have a good chance of making the final. Especially for paris this is critical, since there are almost no competitions in europe to gain the experience the pairs need to improve.
Originally Posted by snowflake
I so hope that this stupid cutting costs rules will not surview the congress
I HOPE so!!!! I am dying to see their FS finally!
Originally Posted by Selina11