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    JGP Final - Men

    The boys tend to take longer to burst onto the senior scene than the junior ladies who basically have to deal with tons of pressure once they move up.. I dont expect any of them to make a splash next year in seniors but they all certainly have potential..

    In order of qualification:

    1 Andrei ROGOZINE CAN
    2 Han YAN CHN
    3 Joshua FARRIS USA
    4 Keegan MESSING USA
    5 Richard DORNBUSH USA
    6 Max AARON USA
    7 Zhan BUSH RUS
    8 Gordei GORSHKOV RUS

    Substitutes:
    1 Artur DMITRIEV RUS
    2 Jason BROWN USA
    3 Alexander MAJOROV SWE

    Dmitriev Jr. misses the final by 0.3 pts¡¡ ouch and little Han Yan will have to be considered a favorite skating at home. Its gonna be a battle between him and Rogozine with any of the four american boys as spoiler. The two russians boys are there for the experience.

    http://www.isuresults.com/events/jgp2010/jgpsmen.htm

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    This is going to be a great JGPF competition. I think I'm more excited about the Jr men (and the JGPF ladies) than I am the Seniors. Definitely going to get my ticket to this one!
    I'm sad for Dmitriev, though, being so close yet miss the final has got to sting.

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    To be honest, after the last couple of amazing men's fields in the JGPF, I'm not so excited about this one. :( I really like Keegan, but that's about it.

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    I think the competitors are all very close but Rogozine has been the most consistent.

    I could pick other choices but I think Juniors' winners are the only podium.

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    Gordei Gorshkov (RUS)

    3A - twofoot, definitely DG <<
    3Lz-3T - ok
    FCSp - twizzle seq. into it, very cool
    3Lo - turnout on landing
    SlSt
    CSSp
    CCoSp

    Score: 55.55

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    Zhan Bush (RUS)

    3A - landed, but long entrance, very telegraphed
    3F-3T - lands on toe, stepout on landing
    FCSp
    3Lo - ok
    CSSp
    SlSt
    CCoSp

    Score: 60.05, new SB

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    Max Aaron (USA)

    3A - nice
    3Lz-3T - ok
    FCSp
    3Lo - stepout
    CiSt
    CSSp
    CCoSp

    Score: 63.78

    Ha ha, Frank Carroll looks funny waving a miniture USA flag!

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    Richard Dornbush (USA)

    3Lz-3T - ok
    3A - good
    CSSp
    3Lo - also nice
    FCSp
    CCoSp
    SlSt

    Score: 70.75, new SB

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    Keegan Messing (USA)

    3A - nice
    3Lz-3T - good
    FCSp
    3Lo - ok
    CSSp
    CCoSp

    Score: 68.52, new SB

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    Joshua Farris (USA)

    3A - ok
    3Lz-3T - ok
    CSSp
    3Lo - stepout
    CCoSp
    FCSp
    CiSt

    Score: 65.24

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    Han Yan (CHN)

    3F-3T - nice
    3Lo - good
    CCSp
    CiSt
    FCSp
    2A - good
    CCoSp

    Score: 67.29, new SB

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    Andrei Rogozine (CAN)

    spread eagle into 3A - ok, held on to landing
    3F-3T - scratchy landing, probably UR < on the toeloop
    CCoSp
    3Lo - ok, not super landing
    FCSp
    CSSp
    CCoSp
    SlSt

    Score: 59.17

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    1 Richard DORNBUSH USA 70.75 40.36 30.39 6.25 5.82 6.07 6.07 6.18 0.00 #4
    2 Keegan MESSING USA 68.52 38.02 30.50 6.29 5.68 6.18 6.14 6.21 0.00 #5
    3 Han YAN CHN 67.29 36.16 31.13 6.57 5.96 6.21 6.07 6.32 0.00 #7
    4 Joshua FARRIS USA 65.24 36.03 29.21 5.89 5.68 5.71 5.93 6.00 0.00 #6
    5 Max AARON USA 63.78 35.71 28.07 5.89 5.39 5.64 5.61 5.54 0.00 #3
    6 Zhan BUSH RUS 60.05 33.69 26.36 5.39 5.11 5.29 5.43 5.14 0.00 #2
    7 Andrei ROGOZINE CAN 59.17 30.35 28.82 5.93 5.57 5.64 5.82 5.86 0.00 #8
    8 Gordei GORSHKOV RUS 55.55 28.73 26.82 5.57 5.14 5.25 5.43 5.43 0.00 #1

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    yay Keegan!

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    Yeh Team USA!

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