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    Men SP starting order

    Warm-Up Group 1

    1 Maxim SHIPOV ISR

    2 Andrew HUERTAS PUR

    3 Saulius AMBRULEVICIUS LTU

    4 Tigran VARDANJAN HUN

    5 Damjan OSTOJIC BIH

    6 Ali DEMIRBOGA TUR

    Warm-Up Group 2

    7 Matthew PARR GBR

    8 Girts JEKABSONS LAT

    9 Sarkis HAIRAPETYAN ARM

    10 Joffrey BOURDON MNE

    11 Georgi KENCHADZE BUL

    12 Viktor PFEIFER AUT

    Warm-Up Group 3

    13 Humberto CONTRERAS MEX

    14 Mark WEBSTER AUS

    15 Kevin ALVES BRA

    16 Zoltan KELEMEN ROU

    17 Boris MARTINEC CRO

    18 Maciej CIEPLUCHA POL

    Warm-Up Group 4

    19 Stephen Li-Chung KUO TPE

    20 Ari-Pekka NURMENKARI FIN

    21 Min-Seok KIM KOR

    22 Peter REITMAYER SVK

    23 Alexandr KAZAKOV BLR

    24 Viktor ROMANENKOV EST

    Warm-Up Group 5

    25 Javier FERNANDEZ ESP

    26 Florent AMODIO FRA

    27 Jamal OTHMAN SUI

    28 Kevin REYNOLDS CAN

    29 Jinlin GUAN CHN

    30 Anton KOVALEVSKI UKR

    Warm-Up Group 6

    31 Artem BORODULIN RUS

    32 Adrian SCHULTHEISS SWE

    33 Ryan BRADLEY USA

    34 Pavel KASKA CZE

    35 Abzal RAKIMGALIEV KAZ

    36 Peter LIEBERS GER

    Warm-Up Group 7

    37 Jeremy ABBOTT USA

    38 Sergei VORONOV RUS

    39 Takahiko KOZUKA JPN

    40 Nobunari ODA JPN

    41 Patrick CHAN CAN

    42 Daisuke TAKAHASHI JPN

    Warm-Up Group 8

    43 Samuel CONTESTI ITA

    44 Brian JOUBERT FRA

    45 Kevin VAN DER PERREN BEL

    46 Michal BREZINA CZE

    47 Adam RIPPON USA

    48 Denis TEN KAZ

    Qualification rule: The best 24 skaters after Short Program will advance to the next segment.

    Paolo Bacchini has withdrawn, but I don´t know why

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    Thanks! sooo looking forward to everyone skating

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    Oh too bad. I really wanted to see Paolo Bacchini again ;(

    The final group is gonna be so anticlimatic after all the big guns are scheduled in the next to last group.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamuraiKike View Post
    Oh too bad. I really wanted to see Paolo Bacchini again ;(

    The final group is gonna be so anticlimatic after all the big guns are scheduled in the next to last group.
    Lol yeah. Specially after Abott, Oda, Taka, Chan and Kozuko. Only Brian is a contender and he definitely need to prove himself again. I am wondering Brain without a quad, 3Lz, 3F+3T, 3A will be enough to make it to the final group??? He still have enough PCS advantage as a former world champ thou.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wonderlen3000 View Post
    Lol yeah. Specially after Abott, Oda, Taka, Chan and Kozuko. Only Brian is a contender and he definitely need to prove himself again. I am wondering Brain without a quad, 3Lz, 3F+3T, 3A will be enough to make it to the final group??? He still have enough PCS advantage as a former world champ thou.
    Lol, undeserved PCS IMO. It's hilarious, whenever my parents watch skating with me, whenever Joubert comes on they go, "What's that football player doing out there?" . Joubert seems to be having problems with the quad and the 3lz lately, hope he redeems himself. Warm up groups 5 and 6 also have some skaters to watch.

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    I just checked the time schedule and I had not realized they start so early, it seems I llwatch from the group that starts with Fernandez :(

    Where is this skater Macypura you had told me to watch out? why he isnt skating for slovakia?

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