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    Yu/Jin (CHN)

    2A - good
    3TTh - ok, nice height
    2Tw - good height
    FCCoSp - not sync
    SlSt
    lift
    BiDs

    Score: 43.68

    Quite low score, did they get an element disqualified?
    Last edited by sequinsgalore; 12-09-2010 at 09:20 AM.

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    Stolbova/Klimov (RUS)

    2Tw
    3TTh - ok
    2A - she falls
    SlSt
    Lift
    FCCoSp
    BiDs

    Score: 49.63

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    Quote Originally Posted by sequinsgalore View Post
    Yu/Jin (CHN)

    2A - good
    3TTh - ok, nice height
    2Tw - good height
    FCCoSp - not sync
    SlSt
    lift
    BiDs

    Score: 43.68

    Quite low score, did they get an element disqualified?
    Their transition dance lift move had been considered as a failed pair lift, and the actual lift they did later on was considered extra element and got zero point! costed them about 9 points in tes. What's the problem with the technical panel? the pair did exactly the same program as they did in the previous two competitions. No problem before but now they got this surprising call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hongligl View Post
    Their transition dance lift move had been considered as a failed pair lift, and the actual lift they did later on was considered extra element and got zero point! costed them about 9 points in tes. What's the problem with the technical panel? the pair did exactly the same program as they did in the previous two competitions. No problem before but now they got this surprising call.
    Too bad. I had predicted them for the bronze, and now the tech panel intends to ruin it for me! But seriosly, if the program was the exact the same as earlier in the season, then I feel really bad for them.

    Perhaps the dance lift also had the required toe entrance?

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    Silaeva/Minchuk (RUS)

    3FTw - good
    3S - she steps out, maybe UR
    2A+2A SEQ - she steps out on first jump, falls on the second, maybe UR
    3STh - nice
    3LoTh - ok
    ChSp
    lift
    FiDs
    FCCoSp - ok unison
    PCoSp

    Score: 78.74
    Last edited by sequinsgalore; 12-11-2010 at 03:09 AM.

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    Jones/Gaskell (CAN)

    3FTw - nice
    2A - she falls, maybe UR
    3LoTh - good
    lift
    FCCoSp - ok unison
    2F-2T - ok
    3STh - nice
    PCoSp
    ChSp
    lift - nice entrance and setdown
    BiDs - not nice with butt sticking out (why are so many doing it this season?

    Score: 88.70, new SB

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    Yang/Jin (CHN)

    Wow, inspired by Totmianina/Marinins 2005/06 LP much?

    2A+2A SEQ. - ok
    3T - ok
    3FTw - nice height
    FCCoSp - slow, not unison
    ChSp - he's quite flexible
    3LoTh - hard fall
    3STh - nice
    lift
    PCoSp
    lift - nice
    BoDs - not nice w/catchfoot

    Score: 96.90, new SB

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    Cain/Reagan (USA)

    Another Romeo and Juliet, this time by Tchaikovsky

    lift
    3S - good
    3LzTh - fall
    2LzTw
    CCoSp - not in unison in the end
    2A+2A SEQ. - ok
    FiDs
    lift - a bit akward setdown
    ChSp
    3STh - forward landing, but held on to it
    PCoSp

    Score: 88.04, new SB

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    Purich/Schultz (CAN)

    3T - she was pitched forward on landing, otherwise ok
    2LzTw
    3STh - fall
    lift
    2A-2T - she had turns in between the two jumps, both had shaky landings
    3TTh - twofoot
    ChSp
    FCCoSp - not in unison
    lift
    FiDs
    PCoSp

    Score: 81.72

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    Steele/Schultz (CAN)

    lift
    3STh - good
    2A - she twofoots and has hand down
    2LzTw
    ChSp
    2F-2T-2T - ok
    lift
    3TTh - fall
    FCCoSp - not unison
    BiDs
    PCoSp

    Score: 85.01, new SB

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    Stolbova/Klimov (RUS)

    2LzTw
    3LzTh - nice
    3T-2T-2T - she falls on the 3T and can't complete the combo
    lift
    FCCoSp - good unison
    FiDs - one of the prettier ones
    ChSp
    3STh - great length!
    lift
    2A - ok
    PCoSp

    Score: 100.91

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    The top two teams were so much better than the rest.

    Yu/Jin had good technical skills and actually nice choreography, but man were they dull. Slow and no energy or presentation skills.

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    Takahashi/Tran (JPN)

    3S - she falls
    2LzTw - nice height
    3STh - ok
    FCCoSp - good unison
    BoDs
    2A+2T SEQ. - ok
    lift - nice split position
    3TTh - stepout
    PCoSp - I like this one
    ChSp - she has nice split
    lift

    Score: 105.58

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    I don't think I've ever seen a Japanese team win a pairs event before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PolymerBob View Post
    I don't think I've ever seen a Japanese team win a pairs event before.
    They won a JGP last year.

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