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    The special ice is bringing out personal best scores!

    Miner's program is kind of boring. Technically quite good though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blades of Passion View Post
    Ross Miner is better than Richard Dornbush. And both of them were better than Denis Ten.
    The point differences among the three are negligible, though, assuming they advance to the LP.

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    Miner, Dornbush, Ten and Song were all really impressive. I'm interested for this next group. I've never seen Hendrickx or Shipov skate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krislite View Post
    No commentary on my stream either. Maybe on just the last two groups? Or Maybe just the LP for men? I don't mind. I know my lutz from my flip.
    Thanks Krislite and Oreo! I think they promised Tara as a commentator but probably just for ladies and maybe just for the TV broadcast?

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    GRR! My internet explorer froze right in the middle of Joey!!

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    My computor died on me, missed Song's program, just got to see the replay of jumps. His jumps were so high!

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    Joey Russell, a step out but I like a lot of one foot skating in his step sequence.

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    Joey Russell

    Bronze medalist from Canadian Nationals. Don't often see a costume accentuating a man's neckline. An accomplished 3A. Didn't get enough height on the 3F, resulting in an unfortunate step-out. A good fight on the 3Lz+3T with a foot down to complete the required combination. Nice layover position into a donut on the camel spin. Joey uses his long limbs and long edges well in the footwork sequence. He was able to carry the music with the balletic, elongated notes. Someone to look forward to seeing in the future.

    SP: 61.69

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    Rusel's skating is just so weired to me. I can't see the "beautiful line" PJ talked about, all I can see is clumsyness.

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    Joey Russell (CAN)

    Music: 1812 Ouverture by Petr I. Tchaikovski
    SB: 57.67

    3A
    3F - stepout, hands down
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    3Lz+3T - put foot down early, 3T was < or maybe even <<
    FCSp
    SlSt
    CCoSp

    Score: 61.69, SB, and into 5th

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    Joey's performance was sloppy. Except for the 3Axel his jumps seemed low and UR'ed.

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    Lot's of season's best scores going around. Worlds inflation or just peaking? Hmmm...

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    Kind of a rough skate for Bacchini

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    Just want to send a bravo to the Russians for putting this whole event on...

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    Paolo Bacchini

    Leaning way far outside of the circle and thus a fall on the 3A, not under-rotated from the slo-mo. Hangs on to the 3T in the 3Lz+3T with a hooked free leg. A completed 3Lo, almost double-footed. Good, fast turning in the footwork sequence - well-choreographed into the swinging and bombastic change in music. Good fast spin at the end and good interpretation, but he will be hurt by the transitions and the jump bobbles.

    SP: 58.96.

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