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    Highest Total Scores of The Season

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    Chan, WC.......................280.98
    Chan, GPF......................259.75
    Kozuka, WC....................258.41
    Kozuka, TEB....................248.07
    Takahashi, 4CC...............244.00
    Oda, GPF........................242.81
    Gachinski, WC.................241.86
    Chan, SC........................239.52
    Kozuka, GPF....................237.79
    Oda, SC..........................236.52
    Takahashi, NHK................234.79
    Brezina, WC.....................233.61
    Kozuka, COC....................233.51
    Rippon, SC.......................233.04
    Takahashi, WC..................232.97
    Oda, WC..........................232.50
    Verner, COR......................230.31
    Amodio, WC......................229.38
    Hanyu, 4CC......................228.01
    Joubert, WC......................227.67
    Chan, COR........................227.21
    Takahashi, SA...................227.07
    Amodio, EURO....................226.86
    Oda, SA............................226.09
    Abbott, 4CC......................225.71
    Kozuka, 4CC......................223.52
    Joubert, EURO....................223.01
    Verner, EURO.....................222.60
    Dornbush, WC....................222.42
    Takahashi, GPF...................219.77
    Reynolds, SC......................218.65
    Fernandez, WC...................218.26
    Abbott, NHK.......................218.19
    Miner, WC..........................217.93
    Abbott, COR.......................217.21
    Verner, WC........................216.87
    Mroz, COC.........................216.80
    KVDP, EURO.......................216.59
    Gachinski, EURO..................216.07

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    Interesting that Abbott's score would have only put him 9th at Worlds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nena View Post
    Interesting that Abbott's score would have only put him 9th at Worlds.
    But he never skated on the Worlds ice, which saw 6 skaters did their best quads, including the only successful one from Kozuka, which was the 2nd best at Worlds after Joubert's, who also hadn't had great success with his quads this season. See Quads Of The Season Thread I updated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nena View Post
    Interesting that Abbott's score would have only put him 9th at Worlds.
    That is a totally unfair comparison. If you use Kozuka's 4CC score, he'll be put in 9th at the worlds as well.

    Thanks to SkateFiguring, as always!
    Last edited by Bluebonnet; 05-05-2011 at 08:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    That is a totally unfair comparison. If you use Kozuka's 4CC score, he'll be put in 9th at the worlds as well.
    Yeah, but Kozuka had skated better before in the season. Jeremy at 4CC was the best he'd skated all season and it still wasn't great. Jeremy had been having problems with his jumps and spins all season. I don't get why so many people were saying he would have medaled at Worlds if he had been there.

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    I think most recognize that he wouldn't. But an out of body skate from Abbott is medal-worthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nena View Post
    Yeah, but Kozuka had skated better before in the season. Jeremy at 4CC was the best he'd skated all season and it still wasn't great. Jeremy had been having problems with his jumps and spins all season. I don't get why so many people were saying he would have medaled at Worlds if he had been there.
    I must have missed it. I don't remember anyone saying he would have medaled at Worlds this time. I think some were saying that Abbott would have skated better than any of the three Americans at the Worlds.

    By the way, with the same logic, Rippon's highest score of the season (at SC) would have put him in 5th at the Worlds.

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    ANDO, 4CC....................201.34
    ASSADA, 4CC................196.30
    ANDO, WC.....................195.79
    KIM, WC........................194.50
    NAGASU, 4CC.................189.46
    KOSTNER, WC................184.68
    LEONOVA, WC................183.92
    CZISNY, WC...................182.25
    CZISNY, GPF...................180.75
    KOSTNER, GPF................178.60
    MURAKAMI, GPF..............173.72
    ANDO, COR.....................174.47
    SUZUKI, GPF...................173.72
    ANDO, GPF......................173.15
    ASADA. WC.....................172.79
    SUZUKI, WC....................172.74
    CZISNY, WC....................172.37
    ANDO, COC.....................172.21
    MEIER, EURO...................170.60
    KORPI, TEB......................169.74
    CZISNY, 4CC....................168.81
    KOSTNER, EURO...............168.54
    NAGASU, TEB...................167.79
    MAKAROVA, WC...............167.22
    MURAKAMI, WC................167.10
    WAGNER, COR..................167.02
    MAKAROVA, SA................165.00
    MURAKAMI, SA.................164.93
    KORPI, WC.......................164.80
    KOSTNER, NHK..................164.61
    PHANEUF, 4CC..................163.14
    SUZUKI, COC....................162.86
    FLATT, SA........................162.86
    SUZUKI, 4CC.....................162.59
    MAKAROVA, EURO.............162.04
    FLATT, NHK.......................161.04
    CZISNY, TEB......................159.80
    LACOSTE, SC....................157.26
    PHANEUF, SC.....................156.24
    GEDEVANISHVILI, WC.........156.24
    HECKEN, WC......................155.83
    PHANEUF, TEB...................155.11
    KOSTNER, SA....................154.87
    FLATT, WC........................154.87
    IMAI, SC............................154.54
    ZAWADZKI, SC...................154.35
    LEONOVA, EURO.................154.31
    ZAWADZKI, COR.................153.78
    MARCHEI, COR...................153.71
    BIRYUKOCA, COR................153.05
    PHANEUR, WC....................152.78
    SAMSON, SC......................152.05
    HELGESSON, V. EURO..........151.66
    VANNUT, EURO...................150.66
    MAKAROVA, COR.................150.45
    MEITE, WC.........................150.44
    MURAKAMI, NHK..................150.16
    Last edited by SkateFiguring; 05-06-2011 at 09:46 AM.

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    Abbott had boot problems all season. He also thought holding back would allow him to peak after the Nationals this time. Miscalculation. Yeah, he's inconsistent but a beautiful skater and when he's at his best, amazing. Just doesn't happen enough, and not at the biggest event. Sigh. I love me the high PCS guys. Not all of them bring it for the TES though.

    I have a feeling next season will be a good one for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkateFiguring View Post
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    ando, wc......................195.79
    kim, wc.........................194.50
    kostner, wc..................184.68
    leonova, wc.................183.92
    czisny, wc....................182.25
    czisny, gpf.....................180.75
    kostner, gpf...................178.60
    murakami, gpf..................173.72
    suzuki, gpf......................173.72
    ando, gpf.........................173.15
    asada, wc........................172.79
    suzuki, wc.......................172.74
    czisny,sc........................172.37
    ando, coc.........................172.21
    korpi, teb.........................169.74
    nagasu, teb......................167.79
    makarova, wc...................167.22
    murakami, wc...................167.10
    wagner, cor.....................167.02
    makarova, sc....................165.00
    murakami, sa.....................164.93
    korpi, wc..........................164.80
    kostner, nhk......................164.61
    suzuki, coc.......................162.86
    flatt, sa...........................162.86
    flatt, nhk..........................161.04
    czisny, teb........................159.80
    lacoste, sc.......................157.26
    phaneuf, sc........................156.24
    gedevanishvili, wc.............156.24
    hecken, wc.........................155.83
    phaneuf, teb.......................155.11
    kostner, sa........................154.87
    flatt, wc...........................154.87
    imai, sc...............................154.54
    zawadzki, sc......................154.35
    zawadski, cor....................153.78
    marchei, cor.......................153.71
    biryukova, cor....................153.05
    phaneuf, wc.......................152.78
    samson, sc.........................152.05
    makarova, cor....................150.45
    meite, wc...........................150.44
    murakami, nhk.....................150.16


    ETA. I give up. I already retyped this 3 times in Cap. Maybe I'll try later for better presentation.
    What about 4cc? Or is that coming later?

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    I think Nena as just a big stunned that Jeremy was so low on this list. I was too. I knew he had a bad season but only the 25th best score of the season? Sheesh. What happened? :(

    I don't think he intentionally held back THAT much. I think he did want to make the GFP final, for one thing. But his boot problems probably did hold him back quite a bit and maybe he just more trouble focusing then he realized in a post-Olympics season. I hope next season is better. It'd be heartbreaking to see him keep going downhill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkateSkates View Post
    What about 4cc? Or is that coming later?
    I finally retrieved the 4CC and Euro data in but still can't get the list to obey my keyboard. At least it's complete or almost complete now.

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    Thank you SkateFiguring, very useful as usual.

    I think you left out Miki's cor ....

    BTW next season's ISU world standings will start like this ....
    If SkFg has time plz recheck and complete till its end in another thread of yours:

    3521 Miki Ando
    3466 Akiko Suzuki
    3435 Carolina Kostner
    2960 Kiira Korpi
    2771 Alena Leonova
    2760 Yuna Kim
    2618 Alissa Czisny
    2567 Kanako Murakami
    2484 Mao Asada
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    How the heck are Suzuki, Korpi and Leonova ahead of Czisny? Czisny won SC and the GP final and finished 5th at Worlds and she's behind Suzuki?
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    They all attended a lot of ISU B comps.
    I think if the ISU stops giving points to BOTH the GPs and international Bs and only pick 2 highest scores, the ranking will be much fairer. But this has already been discussed a zillion times. A little sigh to be exhaled.

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