Joubert will go for two quads, one in SP and one in LP. I don't remember when was the last time that he didn't have a quad in his programs? It seems he always does.
Abbott will have a quad in LP. It seems that he always goes with his plan and is not the type of person who switches around his jumps during performances, or take out, add on jumps according to the performances of others. Besides, he needs it.
Takahashi might again has one in LP. But there is a possibility that he might play safe this time around since he could get the PCS that no one could match in this field.
Chan doesn't have one. His goal is to have two clean 3As in LP.
Oda won't have one. I think he is too nervous to actually put it into his program.
Kozuka will have one again in the LP, just to extend his quad's mile-age and make him more competitive.
Bradley will have one (probably not two since he's injured his foot.) to fight for the top 10 finish.
Reynolds will have one just because he always had one.
Over all, I think that there is a great chance (I hope not) that we'll see another quadless World Champion.
Last edited by jennylovskt; 03-20-2010 at 10:20 PM.
So according to surgeons opinion, before quads there were no injuries, all skaters prior to 1988 were leaving the sport healthy and happy.
I didnt know that. I guess in gymnastics since there is no quad not even triple, it is a safer sport.