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Thread: Who should have won Pairs'FP?

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    Exclamation Who should have won Pairs'LP?

    I think SS shuold have won Pairs'LP, rather than PT!PT are overmarked!
    Last edited by zizi; 03-28-2010 at 03:41 AM.

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    I would have placed Aliona and Robin in 1st in the LP too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by museksk8r View Post
    I would have placed Aliona and Robin in 1st in the LP too!
    Mmm both are not that far apart!! Almost neck to neck, P/T only have one point advantage over S/S. It's not like over 5 or 6 points or something. Both team made mistake with their side by side jump too. Even if S/S is 1st by 1 or 2 points, P/T will still won!!

    Other wise, why bother putting short program!!!

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    Oh, S&S totally - no dispute! Their performance made me cry, it was beautiful.

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    S & S skated better.

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    technically close. as to presentation, it depends on one's mood. i was touched by SS's LP but at the same time was excited by PT's performances. anyway, PT well deserved the gold.

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    S/S for sure. Both pairs had similar mistakes, but S/S are better skaters, have better posture and extension and unison and their program was much more difficult.

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    So when was the last time we had World Champion without a single triple jump done in Long Program???
    That's say a lot about current state of this sport

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    Quote Originally Posted by riardo View Post
    So when was the last time we had World Champion without a single triple jump done in Long Program???
    That's say a lot about current state of this sport
    not if you actually watch the competition of followed the season

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    Quote Originally Posted by riardo View Post
    So when was the last time we had World Champion without a single triple jump done in Long Program???
    That's say a lot about current state of this sport
    The last time I checked, a throw triple twist, throw triple salchow, and a throw triple loop were considered triples.

    By the way, just because they messed up on their triple toes at worlds doesn't mean they don't have a sbs triple. Just check the Olympic records. Next time, troll harder, yeah?

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    I don't think it's trolling for someone to point out that it's unusual for the winning pair not to have done a SBS triple jump.

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    well, anyway SS couldn't fill the gap in the SP. PT certainly deserved gold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zizi View Post
    I think SS shuold have won Pairs'LP, rather than PT!PT are overmarked!
    Noticed your comments long time ago, seems like you are quite critical to the chinese skaters.

    SS need some "clean" performance to earn more points. And Im sick of their sort of "Soundtrack" performance,.,,,,hope they dont skate to another "soundtrack" again next season

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    Quote Originally Posted by yqs100 View Post
    Noticed your comments long time ago, seems like you are quite critical to the chinese skaters.

    SS need some "clean" performance to earn more points. And Im sick of their sort of "Soundtrack" performance,.,,,,hope they dont skate to another "soundtrack" again next season
    yes, it seems SS are not up to expressing classical music; that's why they changed their program in the middle of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    S/S for sure. Both pairs had similar mistakes, but S/S are better skaters, have better posture and extension and unison and their program was much more difficult.
    much more difficult? in terms of what?

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