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    Ladies - Long Program

    Warm-Up Group 1
    1 Crystal KIANG TPE 21 31.89
    2 Chaochih LIU TPE 24 28.52
    3 Melanie SWANG THA 23 29.50
    4 Mericien VENZON PHI 22 30.64
    5 Lejeanne MARAIS RSA 19 31.99
    6 Jaimee NOBBS AUS 20 31.94

    Warm-Up Group 2
    7 Melinda WANG TPE 14 36.51
    8 Mimi Tanasorn CHINDASOOK THA 18 33.73
    9 Victoria MUNIZ PUR 15 35.45
    10 Bingwa GENG CHN 13 39.20
    11 Qiuying ZHU CHN 16 35.08
    12 Chae-Hwa KIM KOR 17 33.76

    Warm-Up Group 3
    13 Min-Jeong KWAK KOR 8 50.47
    14 Cheltzie LEE AUS 10 48.72
    15 Myriane SAMSON CAN 11 46.33
    16 Yea-Ji YUN KOR 12 39.37
    17 Amelie LACOSTE CAN 9 50.06
    18 Cynthia PHANEUF CAN 7 55.65

    Warm-Up Group 4
    19 Rachael FLATT USA 3 62.23
    20 Mirai NAGASU USA 4 59.78
    21 Miki ANDO JPN 1 66.58
    22 Akiko SUZUKI JPN 6 57.64
    23 Alissa CZISNY USA 5 58.94
    24 Mao ASADA JPN 2 63.41


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    Rooting for Adrian, Javi and Kevin R!!! :) aemeraldrainc's Avatar
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    hahaha
    Let's get it started since now, huh?
    Fine by me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikiAndoFan#1 View Post

    Warm-Up Group 4
    19 Rachael FLATT USA 3 62.23
    20 Mirai NAGASU USA 4 59.78
    21 Miki ANDO JPN 1 66.58
    22 Akiko SUZUKI JPN 6 57.64
    23 Alissa CZISNY USA 5 58.94
    24 Mao ASADA JPN 2 63.41

    3 Japanese v 3. US Ladies, going back and forth, with Alissa and Mao as closers. That's an exciting lineup!

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    Rooting for Adrian, Javi and Kevin R!!! :) aemeraldrainc's Avatar
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    So when is this supposed to start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aemeraldrainc View Post
    So when is this supposed to start?
    If my time conversion is right, 10:30 PM Eastern Time tonight.

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    Thank you, PBob!

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    10:30 is the correct conversion for Eastern Standard time. Expect the final group to take the ice around 1:00 am.

    It looks like Rachael will have to throw down the triple-triple if she really wants this. She won't have the luxury of waiting to see if she needs it depending on how the others do, as she would if she were to skate last. If she does indeed land the triple-triple and a clean performance overall, that could throw Mirai, but then again it could also fuel her to be great.

    I expect Miki will do what she's done all season and skate a clean long to hold onto the lead. Akiko seems to skate perfect free skates marred with a jump error, but she'll have to be perfect if she wants to pull up.

    This will be a huge test of Alissa's resiliance to see if "new Alissa" can come back triumphant after "old Alissa" made a mistake in the short. Mao will be the true dark horse because we know that at her best she can wipe the floor with the competition but at her worse, well let's just say that her worst is not pretty.

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    I'd say tune in starting at Group #3 is recommended. The quality of the first two groups may bore many of you to death, like struggling to land even a double for example.

    Let's see whether the statement that ice is slippery rings true again or not tonight. I hope we'll have an unpredictable competition and some surprises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BackStage Barbie View Post
    10:30 is the correct conversion for Eastern Standard time. Expect the final group to take the ice around 1:00 am.

    It looks like Rachael will have to throw down the triple-triple if she really wants this. She won't have the luxury of waiting to see if she needs it depending on how the others do, as she would if she were to skate last. If she does indeed land the triple-triple and a clean performance overall, that could throw Mirai, but then again it could also fuel her to be great.
    Flatt won't be doing a triple/triple in the LP, unless if she has altered her jump layout since Nationals. By repeating the flip and lutz twice and doing a triple toe after her double axel, Rachael cannot do a triple/triple with her current content.

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    Rooting for Adrian, Javi and Kevin R!!! :) aemeraldrainc's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by PolymerBob View Post
    If my time conversion is right, 10:30 PM Eastern Time tonight.
    Thanks!
    Just got home from work so I was hoping I would make it on time. Looks like I did!

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    First group on the ice now according to isu.org! Another long night

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    Is anyone else getting a live feed? The topic.pptv.com thread is showing NBA Basketball.

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