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    Doing a 3A and a 3lz was necessary to do well. I assume all the skaters doing loops will try for lutzes eventually. Maybe in the FS you will see how people who didn't do one in the SP do one in the FS. Test it out at least.

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    Han YAN is in 3rd even though he landed a 2A (he isn't trying 3A in competition yet). 3Lo is the required solo jump out of steps in the Junior SP this season.

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    Jeez I have been following this all season and didn't remember 3 loop was required! Duh!!

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    Way to go Richard.

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    Anyone knows if there are any live feed for tonight? :(
    Last edited by Enidan; 12-11-2010 at 01:04 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enidan View Post
    Anyone knows if there are any live feed for tonight? :(
    I'm watching http://tvali.ge/gadget.php?channel=70954

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    Gordei Gorshkov (RUS)

    2A
    3Lz3T
    3Lo-2T-2Lo
    3F
    FCSp
    3Lz
    3Lo-2T
    3S
    CSSp
    SlSt
    2A - lands on toe, turnout on landing
    FCCoSp

    Score: 116.26

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    Quote Originally Posted by sequinsgalore View Post
    Thanks a lots sequinsgalore xD

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    Andrei Rogozine (CAN)

    3A-3T - spread eagle entrance
    3A - spread eagle entrance
    3S
    3Lz
    CSSp
    3F
    3F-turnout-2T-2T
    SlSt
    3Lo
    FCCoSp
    2A+2A SEQ.
    CCoSp

    Score: 122.61

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    Zhan Bush (RUS)

    3A - looong entrance
    3F-3T
    3Lo
    3S-2T
    CCoSp
    3Lz-2T-2Lo
    3S
    FCSp - he falls on the jump entrance, cannot complete spin
    3F
    2A
    SlSt
    CSSp

    Score: 113.70

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    Max Aaron (USA)

    3A - twofoot, squeaked out landing
    3Lz-3T
    3Lz
    CCoSp
    3Lo
    3A - hand down, stepout
    3F
    FCSSp
    SlSt
    3S-1T-2Lo
    2A
    CCoSp

    Score: 117.50

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    Joshua Farris (USA)

    3A - hand down/fall
    3Lo
    3Lz-2T
    FCSp
    2A - back spiral entrance
    CiSt - (I think, wasn't paying enough attention)
    1A-3T - hard fall into the boards! Ouch! 3T probably UR<
    3Lz - forward/pitched landing
    3F-2T-2Lo
    3S
    CCoSp
    FSSp

    Score: 108.73

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    with only Dornbush to go:

    - Yan was scored very generously
    - Keegan totally imploded and it was sad to watch :( I was really rooting for him.
    - Not impressed with any of the men yet. I think it's a weak year for them.

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    Han Yan (CHN)

    3F
    3Lo - stepout
    3Lz - stepout
    2A-2T-1T
    CSSp
    CiSt
    3F-2T
    3Lz-1T
    3S
    2A
    FCSp
    CCoSp

    Score: 118.76

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    - Not impressed with any of the men yet. I think it's a weak year for them.
    I spoke too soon. Dornbush was GREAT! I've always thought he was boring before but the Sherlock Holmes program really suits him. Clean skate with two gorgeous 3A, one in combo with a 3T. He will win by a landslide!

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