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Thread: Highest Total Scores of The Season

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    Quote Originally Posted by sigrid View Post
    so the GP assignments will follow the new ranking (the one that starts in July) right?
    In these several years that I have followed, the Announcement says, for instance in 09/10, like:
    "Skaters/couples with an ISU World Standing placement of 1 – 24 (after season 2008/2009) and
    skaters/couples with seasonal best scores in the top 24 (for season 2008/2009) who do not hold an ISU
    World Standing placement of 1 – 24 will be guaranteed one (1) event if they do not otherwise meet the
    criteria listed in categories 2.1 or 2.2 above."

    So I think yes. When the feds make their draws for the GPs, even in June, the new standings can be calculated as I posted above.

    ETA: Or does that "after" mean the list as of late June within the former season???
    Last edited by sorcerer; 05-07-2011 at 10:54 AM.

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    I think the GP selection will be based on the ranking as it is now, with points from season 10-11 included and before the new season starts. Then 08-09 will be dropped to make room for 11-12 wihich will starts with zero for everyone who then earns his/her points for the new season .

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    OK, thank you, so If I'm not wrong, the rankings will look like this (if my math doesn't fail) in July:

    Men
    1) Takahashi: 3457.5
    2) Chan: 3321.2
    3) Oda: 3019.6
    4) Kozuka: 2930.9
    5) Gachinski: 2712
    6) Brezina: 2663.2

    7) Contesti: 2643.9
    8) Abbott: 2603
    9) Verner: 2589.9
    10) Joubert: 2212.8

    11) Rippon: 2147
    12) Amodio: 2140.3

    13) Hanyu: 2031
    14) Preaubert: 2013.7
    15) Majorov: 1969.9

    Ladies
    1) Ando: 3521.5
    2) Kostner: 3435.4

    3) Suzuki: 3326.8
    4) Korpi: 2960.7
    5) Leonova: 2771.3
    6) Kim: 2760
    7) Czisny: 2618.4
    8) Murakami: 2567
    9) Asada: 2484.4
    10) Flatt: 2347

    11) Nagasu: 2332.3
    12) Makarova: 2305.8

    13) Phaneuf: 1945.2
    14) V. Helgesson: 1847.3
    15) Marchei: 1841.9

    In bold the skaters that finished in the top-12 at Worlds and have assured 2 GPs

    If someone is interested I can also do the Pairs and Ice dance rankings

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    According to ISU, I have


    MEN

    1. 4158 Daisuke TAKAHASHI
    2. 4128 Patrick CHAN
    3. 3897 Nobunari ODA
    4. 3694 Evan LYSACEK
    5. 3617 Tomas VERNER
    6. 3576 Michal BREZINA
    7. 3566 Takahiko KOZUKA
    8. 3370 Jeremy ABBOTT
    9. 3199 Samuel CONTESTI
    10. 3051 Artur GACHINSKI
    11. 2992 Brian JOUBERT
    12. 2740 Kevin VAN DER PERREN
    13. 2687 Alban PREAUBERT
    14. 2586 Florent AMODIO
    15. 2567 Adam RIPPON

    LADIES

    1. 4341 Carolina KOSTNER
    2. 4264 Yuna KIM
    3. 4120 Miki ANDO
    4. 4118 Akiko SUZUKI
    5. 3592 Alena LEONOVA
    6. 3438 Kiira KORPI
    7. 3418 Mao ASADA
    8. 3357 Alissa CZISNY
    9. 3341 Joannie ROCHETTE
    10. 3097 Laura LEPISTÖ
    11. 2972 Kanako MURAKAMI
    12. 2761 Mirai NAGASU
    13. 2734 Rachael FLATT
    14. 2697 Ksenia MAKAROVA
    15. 2345 Elene GEDEVANISHVILI

    eta. Oh i see you did the July version. However, I doubt that is what the GP assignments will be based on though.

    Your list does reflect reality better.
    Last edited by SkateFiguring; 05-07-2011 at 12:37 PM.

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    Well we didn't have to wait till July 1st to get this:
    http://www.isuresults.com/ws/ws/wsladies.htm

    So this is the ranking "after" the 2010/11 season.

    Obviously I miscalculated Akiko's points and sigrid's list was the right answer.

    Now I notice that even when you take away the B comp points from Akiko, she places in between Yuna and Alissa, 3 ranks higher than Mao.

    So without the Bs the top dozen goes like this, which gets a bit closer to the Highest Total Scores List.

    3522 Miki
    3010 Carolina
    2760 Yuna
    2652 Akiko
    2618 Alissa
    2484 Mao
    2392 kanako
    2343 Rachael
    2332 Mirai
    2186 Kiira
    2143 Alena
    1950 Ksenia
    Last edited by sorcerer; 05-11-2011 at 10:41 AM.

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