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    Quote Originally Posted by CARA View Post
    Wow! Can you tell me why there's only one Canadian lady's skater?
    They qualified 2 skaters, with 1 direct entry (Najarro), as Charbonneau was 6th last year. However, Vanessa Grenier who was the second entry did not make it out of the preliminary round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    They qualified 2 skaters, with 1 direct entry (Najarro), as Charbonneau was 6th last year. However, Vanessa Grenier who was the second entry did not make it out of the preliminary round.
    Sorry to hear that.

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    Miyabi Oba is the first skater officially qualified to the FS! Good for her, she has been my favorite so far.

    My feed has been terrible in this group so far

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    It's amazing how deep the Japanese talents are. The way I understand it, Oba is not the #1 jr. lady in Japan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CARA View Post
    It's amazing how deep the Japanese talents are. The way I understand it, Oba is not the #1 jr. lady in Japan.
    Oba was 3rd in the Japanes Junior Nats and 8th in Senior Nats. She beat Japan's #1 Junior Risa Shoji in the preliminary round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    Canada is at risk of not having a girl in the FS, with Najarro in 4th with 24 skaters still to go.
    I agree that the risk is there, but I don't think that Canada's as screwed as it seems.

    In Senior Worlds, yes, being 4th after the 1st group, you'll probably be buried by the higher-ranked skaters coming up in the remaining groups.

    In Junior Worlds, however, because there are many very talented skaters for whom this is their first season, many of the top skaters don't yet have the results to have high world rankings and thus end up in the earlier groups, and vice versa (i.e. skaters expected to do less well do end up in later groups). For example, Risa Shoji is in group 2, and some girls that didn't do so well this season are in the final few groups.

    As such, I don't think it's too much of a stretch to predict that enough girls will place below Alexandra to allow her to make the FS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CARA View Post
    It's amazing how deep the Japanese talents are. The way I understand it, Oba is not the #1 jr. lady in Japan.
    Yes, there's Risa Shoji, Miyabi, Yuki Nishino, Kako Tomotaki, Yukiko Fujisawa, and many, many more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oleada View Post
    My feed has been terrible in this group so far
    Mine too I've seen nothing since this group started.

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    I think it's quite likely that Najarro will qualify to the FS. However, I don't think she'll make it to the top 2 groups or earn a top 8 spot in order to get two spots for Canada. She's lacking the big jumps and while her spins and basics are solid, they're not really special. She has not been very consistent this season. Hicks, Zawadzki, Gao, Ohba, Shoji, Nishino, Tuktamysheva, Sotnikova, Shelepen, Vannut, Li and Silete are just a handful of the skaters who can outscore her easily.

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    Korean channel SBS will show ladies SP live the next 2 hours, so try this
    http://livelive24.com/live-tv/korea-sbs-kbc.html

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    Thank you! That's working really well for me, though with a bit of a delay.

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    I went to that link and it says that I am missing a plugin. Help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexinga View Post
    I went to that link and it says that I am missing a plugin. Help!
    What browser are you using? It didn't work for Google Chrome but it was ok in IE. Except the feed is freezing a lot right now :/

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    Shoji: 3S+3T looked good, 3Lo looked UR, 2A very nice. I got these from the replay, a lot of frozen screens on the stream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Star View Post
    Korean channel SBS will show ladies SP live the next 2 hours, so try this
    http://livelive24.com/live-tv/korea-sbs-kbc.html
    Thank you!!!! This is working so much better for me... at least so far.

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