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    Quote Originally Posted by snowflake View Post
    Thank you! Working for me too.

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    Go Sasha! Show what you can!

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    He was almost perfectly clean and very artistic.

    186?

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    That was better. 129.13, 186.84

    Go Romeo!

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    Adrian: 129.20 198.87

    Go Koffe!!!

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    jeez.. the leaders are both not clean. Actually not clean at all. Wonder who wins...

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    Kris won.

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    Two footed landings and stumbles, but at least K stayed on his feet. Crowd pleaser Is it allowed to grab the rink side like he does in front of the judges?

    132.10, 204.05 Kristoffer wins! Home and practice for Europeans

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    KOFFE!!!!!! He's a 9-time national champion now! My brain is half-dead from having to wake up at 4:30AM, but it was totally worth it!!!


    Btw, does anyone know if the medal ceremony will be streamed?

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    Nice to see so many male Swedish figure skaters, also the ones on a lower level. I mean boys don't do figure skating in Sweden. They do icehockey, football, motor sports, snow sports …… anything else. Kudos to these guys; from the young ones to the old boy

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    Senior Men Final Results:

    1 Kristoffer BERNTSSON 205.31
    2 Adrian SCHULTHEISS 198.87
    3 Alexander MAJOROV 186.84
    4 Michael NEUMAN 139.96
    5 Ondrej SPIEGL 139.80
    6 Girts JEKABSONS 136.17
    7 Anton TRUVÉ 136.06
    8 Jimmy KARLSSON 134.11
    9 Lucas WICKSTRÖM 92.50

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    Any protocols?

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    wow!!! so happy for Kris!!!

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    SVT just uploaded this news clip on the 2010 Swedish Nationals; could someone please translate it into English for me? http://svtplay.se/v/2274812/konstakn...bast_i_sverige


    Here are the performances from the Top 3 Senior Men.

    Kristoffer Berntsson LP:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sh-bnoW1k8

    Adrian Schultheiss LP:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vX0Tr-flzDg

    Alexander Majorov LP:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYaJOyjuuTI

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowflake View Post
    Crowd pleaser Is it allowed to grab the rink side like he does in front of the judges?
    I'm not sure! When Kristoffer pulled off that stunt at Skate Canada, the audience of course laughed and cheered loudly, but for a split second I thought, "Wait a minute, will the judges give him a deduction for daring to touch their table???" Let's face it, they can be a stuffy bunch sometimes, and they may not necessarily appreciate his sense of playfulness...

    Quote Originally Posted by snowflake View Post
    Nice to see so many male Swedish figure skaters, also the ones on a lower level. I mean boys don't do figure skating in Sweden. They do icehockey, football, motor sports, snow sports …… anything else.
    I did learn from my sociology courses that Scandinavian countries are considered to be the most progressive in terms of gender equality, but there are obviously still some lingering stereotypes (like figure skating is a "girly" sport ). At this year's Senior Men's event, there were 8 Swedes and 1 Latvian competiting. Isn't that some kind of record for Swedish figure skating in terms of the number of participants?

    Quote Originally Posted by snowflake View Post
    Kudos to these guys; from the young ones to the old boy
    Hey, who are you calling "old"?

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    Any protocols?
    You can find them here: http://www.nymanfamily.se/sm2010/html/index.htm

    ETA: I just noticed that Majorov's TES in the free skate was higher than Berntsson's and Schultheiss'.
    Last edited by siberia82; 12-20-2010 at 01:30 PM.

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