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    Excellent Stats: Yuna and Mao, Senior Seasons ( brought from Yuna Forum )

    Dedicated to Mao/Yuna Fans: Excellent Stats.

    Summary: Senior International Events_ Yuna Kim vs. Mao Asada

    Kim Yuna's Resume: 4 Seasons (2006-2010)
    Completed 18 events.
    Overall: 13 gold 2 silver 3 bronze (never been out of the podium from her entire senior career)
     Olympic Champion
     World Championships (1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze)
     Grand Prix Final, qualified for all four (3 gold, 1 silver)
     Four Continents (1 gold, skipped 3 events)
     7 gold, 1 Bronze in other international events
     Personal Best: 78.50SP 150.06FP 228.56T, Vancouver Olympic 2010
     Personal Low: 168.48 Grand Prix Skate, 2006
     Memorable Moment: First lady ever to surpass 200 marks (207.71 World Champ, 2009)
     World Record Holder of 228.56 in Vancouver Olympic, 2010
     Second Personal Best Record; 210.03 Trophee Eric Bombard, 2009
     Grand Slam: Won Winter Olympic, World Championships, Grand Prix Final, Four Continents.
     The only lady in figure skating history who has never been out of the podium from her entire Junior/Senior Career.
     Currently tied with Chen Lu for most WC medals (4) in Asia.
     Season Best 2009-2010; 201.25

    Mao Asada's Resume: 4.5 Seasons (2005-2010)
    Completed 22 events.
    Overall: 11 gold 7 silver 2 bronze (2 times thrown out of the podium)
     Olympic Silver Medalist
     World Championships (2 gold, 1 silver, out of podium in 2009)
     Grand Prix Final, did not qualified for 2009 (2 gold, 2 silver)
     Four Continents (2 gold, 1 bronze, skipped 1 event)
     5 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze in other international events, 5th at Rostelecom Cup
     Personal Best: 205.50 Vancouver Olympic, 2010
     Personal Low: 150.28 Grand Prix Trophee, 2009
     Season Best 2007-2008; 185.57

    10 Events Meeting between Kim and Asada (2006-2010)

    Event Yuna Mao (Point Diff.)
    2006-2007
    World Championships 186.14 < 194.45 (8.31)
    Grand Prix Final 184.20 > 172.52 (11.68)
    2007-2008
    World Championships 183.23 < 185.56 (2.33)
    Grand Prix Final 196.83 > 191.59 (5.24)
    2008-2009
    World Championships 207.71 > 188.09 (19.62)
    Four Continents Championships 189.07 > 176.52 (12.55)
    Grand Prix Final 186.35 < 188.55 (2.2)
    2009-2010
    Winter Olympic 228.56 > 205.50 (23.06)
    World Championships 190.79 < 197.58 (6.79)
    Trophee Eric Bombard 210.03 > 173.99 (36.04)

    Overall: Yuna 6 Wins vs. Mao 4 Wins
    Average Point Differences when Yuna won: 18.03
    Average Point Differences when Mao won: 4.90
    Yuna 7 Wins in SP vs. Mao 3 Wins
    Yuna 6 Wins in FP vs. Mao 4 Wins
    @4 WC's: Yuna 2 Wins in SP vs. Mao 2 Wins in SP
    @4 WC's: Yuna 3 Wins in FP vs. Mao 1 Wins in FP


    Season Average Score Report Card: International Events

    Season Yuna Mao Point Diff.
    2006-2007 180.84 (4 events) << 184.43 (4 events) 3.59
    2007-2008 189.49 (4 events) >> 185.57 (5 events) 3.92
    2008-2009 193.66 (5 events) >> 182.38 (5 events) 11.28
    2009-2010 201.25 (5 events) >> 182.27 (5 events) 18.98

    Yuna Won 3 vs. Mao 1 in terms of average scores.
    Yuna's Average Career Score is 191.31 vs. Mao's 183.66
    Yuna secured top spot 13 times in SP out of 18 events, that is 72% and 12 times in FP, which is 67%.
    Mao secured top spot 6 times in SP out of 19 events, that is 32% and 9 times in FP, which is 47%.
    Yuna improved year by year vs. Mao failed to improve.
    Both had obstacles throughout their career: Yuna having health issues in 2006-7 and Mao selecting the wrong team.

    Yuna and Mao rivalry started from their junior season and ended in 2007-2008. Since then, Yuna competed against herself throughout her career. Yuna upgraded the ladies figure skating to a different level.
    They are just Amazing!!
    Last edited by Goldenskater; 04-14-2010 at 04:52 AM.

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    Don't forget Mao made 3 triple axel at oly~

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    Yuna might be uncomfortable with this kind of comparison...

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    Honestly, I don't see the point of the post, except the Yu-Na ubers wanting to raise their ego after worlds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivana View Post
    Honestly, I don't see the point of the post, except the Yu-Na ubers wanting to raise their ego after worlds.
    Anything wrong with these two talented athletes stats?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenskater View Post
    Anything wrong with these two talented athletes stats?
    Nothing wrong with the stats if it stayed only by the stats. The last paragraph is IMO too much to be posted outside Yu-Na forum, there is no need for another Yu-Na vs. Mao bashing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenskater View Post
    Anything wrong with these two talented athletes stats?
    I think that some of the posters here feel that there is nothing wrong with comparing stats of both skaters, but it's just that it seems too "Yuna-centric". I understand this is from the Yuna Forum, but the comments and emoticons that come along with the stats aren't necessarily "neutral".

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    Ok. Thanks, but would've been nice if this stayed in Yuna forum.

    good thorough comparison though.
    Last edited by Basics; 04-13-2010 at 08:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoPC2018 View Post
    Ok. Thanks, but would've been nice if this stayed in Yuna forum.

    good thorough comparison though.
    This is their stats for four years and they both have done great. There is nothing wrong with this, I admire both ladies thou.

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