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    Well, Miki got 64 for 3Lz-2L, 3L and 2A. Mao's 3A, Ur and two foot, still has more points that 2A. So I think it was fair. Kanako singled her 2A ans got 61.

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    what time does the Keyhole coverage start again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirunna View Post
    Well, Miki got 64 for 3Lz-2L, 3L and 2A. Mao's 3A, Ur and two foot, still has more points that 2A. So I think it was fair. Kanako singled her 2A ans got 61.
    UR 3A base is 6 combine with to foot landing (-3) she should get around 3 points which is less than Miki's clean 2A

    Congrat to Mao anyway! She always brave and she prove that she can comeback.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirunna View Post
    Well, Miki got 64 for 3Lz-2L, 3L and 2A. Mao's 3A, Ur and two foot, still has more points that 2A. So I think it was fair. Kanako singled her 2A ans got 61.
    Mao's base value, without accounting any mistakes is 20.70. Ando's is 16.20. Including a UR 3A (70 percent value) that base value goes down to 18.15. She's less than 2 points ahead of Ando, so that seems reasonable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by treeloving View Post
    UR 3A base is 6 combine with to foot landing (-3) she should get around 3 points which is less than clean 3A
    It's not an automatic -3 for twofoots. Maybe it should be, but I think that at most judges will give -1 or -2.

    Plus Mao has awesome spins, so she probably got some +GOE from that.

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    1 Mao Asada Q 66.22
    2 Miki Ando Q 64.76
    3 Kanako Murakami Q 61.50
    4 Risa Shoji Q 58.22
    5 Fumie Suguri Q 57.18
    6 Yuki Nishino Q 57.02
    7 Akiko Suzuki Q 56.86
    8 Miyabi Oba Q 51.54
    9 Mari Suzuki Q 51.02
    10 Shoko Ishikawa Q 49.04
    11 Karen Kemanai Q 46.92
    12 Kako Tomotaki Q 46.62
    13 Haruna Suzuki Q 46.62
    14 Kana Muramoto Q 46.32
    15 Yuka Kono Q 46.30
    16 Ayumi Goto Q 46.06
    17 Haruka Imai Q 45.96
    18 Eri Seto Q 44.10
    19 Shion Kokubun Q 42.82
    20 Nana Takeda Q 42.82
    21 Ayane Nakamura Q 42.82
    22 Roanna Sari Oshikawa Q 42.62
    23 Risa Mochizuki Q 41.86
    24 Aki Sawada Q 41.06
    25 Saya Ueno 40.56
    26 Mutsumi Takayama 39.20
    27 Rumi Suizu 38.62
    28 Naomi Tanikawa 38.58
    29 Hikaru Nasuno 37.14
    30 Haruka Inoue 36.64
    31 Risa Sasaki 33.76
    32 Juri Okawa 30.44

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    Oh What happened to Haruka? She's one of my favorites and only 17th here...

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    Let's wait to see the programs. I don't agree that twofoots deserve automatic -3. A twofoot is not a fall.

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    So bummed that Akiko is all the way in 7th. But there's just 4.64 points separating her from the podium, so I think she can make a run for it in the FS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mylastduchess View Post
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    7:00 PM in Japan time

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    Will note that Risa Shoji had quite the impressive run! 4th after the short. Not bad for a freshly-minted Japanese Junior champ! She did better than Kanako did last year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirunna View Post
    Let's wait to see the programs. I don't agree that twofoots deserve automatic -3. A twofoot is not a fall.

    I agree, we should wait and see the program. Anyway, on isu Communication No. 1611 it states that errors for which final GOE must be in the minute of 2 foot landing is -3.

    Anyway,I admire Mao so much!

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    Can't wait for youtube posting of Mao, Miki, Kanako & Akiko's performances!

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    By the way, check out this Twitter feed of http://twitter.com/mayamae_55 -- It looks like she's at the event and doing live tweeting in English!

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    I like Risa Shoji!

    So sad for Akiko and Haruka, it seems like the WORLD team has been set, Mao, Miki and Kanako! I wish Akiko can make a comeback and who knows win the free skate. She has done so well so I pray that she would be able to do so much better in the Free skate .

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