He fought hard for the 3A. Too bad it's a sore spot for him still. I just hope he has a decent LP. Unlike JT KR PC JR etc, this is Sawyer's last year so there's probably no more "maybe next year's" for him. This is it.
I think you are right. I'm just glad I have the stream. I thought I would totally miss the SP altogether!I think that's normal. There seems to be a significant time delay with the stream, plus it cuts out for several seconds at 5-minute intervals (at least for me).
Oh Daisuke...you freaking rock!
I just noticed that both of the Junior World Champions have the highest TES in the sp for ladies and men :D
Huh, I just noticed that Sawyer's TES is only 0.25 behind Takahashi, and it's 0.31 ahead of Abbott.
Yuzuru Hanyu – JPN 37.85
Florent Amodio – FRA 37.18
Daisuke Takahashi – JPN 36.83
Shawn Sawyer – CAN 36.58
Jeremy Abbott – USA 36.27
Denis Ten – KAZ- 35.67
Jialiang Wu – CHN 35.48
Ross Miner – USA 34.88
Takahito Mura – JPN 33.74
Adrian Schultheiss SWE -30.92
Jeremy Ten – CAN 26.87
Kevin Van Der Perren – BEL 25.38
Daisuke Takahashi – JPN 41.21
Jeremy Abbott – USA 38.35
Shawn Sawyer – CAN 33.57
Denis Ten – KAZ -33.07
Florent Amodio – FRA 32.83
Yuzuru Hanyu – JPN 31.46
Adrian Schultheiss –SWE 31.32
Ross Miner – USA 29.97
Kevin Van Der Perren – BEL 29.93
Jeremy Ten – CAN 29.61
Takahito Mura – JPN 29.46
Jialiang Wu – CHN – 28.58
Looks like PCS is what determined the order. TES is all over the place with the highest TES to go to the person in fifth (Hanyu) fourth (Amodio) then first (Takahashi).
Kind of random that Adrian got 7th in PCS though he is 10th overall.
Last edited by Mrs. P; 10-23-2010 at 02:20 AM.
I guess Takeshi Honda mentioned the zero spin for Jeremy during the NHK broadcast? Can someone here confirm?
For those who can read Japanese (or use Babelfish):