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Thread: Pairs Short Program Nov 11 2:45 AM EST on IN

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    Pairs Short Program Nov 11 2:45 AM EST on IN

    First Warmup Group

    Caydee Denney & John Coughlin USA
    SP East of Eden by Lee Holdridge


    Natasha Purich & Raymond Schultz CAN
    SP Night-Train by Jimmy Forest



    Marissa Castelli & Simon Shnapir USA
    SP Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber Music


    Lubov Iliuschechkina & Nodari Maisuradze RUS
    SP Figaro (from "The Barber of Seville") by Giacomo Rossini (modern arrangement)


    Second Warmup Group

    Stefania Berton & Ondrej Hotarek ITA
    SP Harlem Nocturne by Earl Hagen and Dick Rogers; Demasiado Corazon by Willy Deville Music


    Narumi Takahashi & Mervin Tran JPN
    SP Imagine by The Beatles


    Yuko Kawaguti & Alexander Smirnov RUS
    SP All Alone by Joe Satriani


    Aliona Savchenko & Robin Szolkowy GER
    SP Angels and Demons (soundtrack) by Hans Zimmer

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    For anybody who doesn't have access to a video feed, here is a link to the live play-by-play I'll be doing for the event http://backstagebarbie.blogspot.com/...ting_2390.html

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    hmmmm 10:45pm tonight for me.... not sure I want to stay up for it lol

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    The short dance has ended, now on to pairs! If Savchenko/Szolkowy land the throw 3A they'll run away with it, but if they fall, Kavaguti/Smirnov will likely lead after the short.

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    Universal Sports stream should now work for those having trouble earlier. If not try this link
    http://www.hahasport.com/v-2/12/76/v-327682.html

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    Darn, I missed the first 30 seconds or so of D&C's program. :( But what I have seen thus far I liked.

    Still think they should've won at least the silver medal at SA this year.

    Good job, good job!

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    Cute CAN pair, but they come across as a junior pair in terms of speed (slow), technique, and not powerful (the throw jump barely covered any ice) and the lift not good. jmho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadine View Post
    Darn, I missed the first 30 seconds or so of D&C's program. :( But what I have seen thus far I liked.

    Still think they should've won at least the silver medal at SA this year.

    Good job, good job!
    She doubled sbs. Whoever edited the music for them hates it and wanted to inflict great pain upon it. That is some music butcher job.

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    Sorry, but C&S is hard for me to get into, even at last year's Nationals b/c of the outrageous height difference - it reminds me of a father with his baby daughter (kinda like that pair that skated to a "Barbie Doll" song some years ago for an exhibition).

    Creepiness aside, their throw jump was gorgeous, as was the lift (her flexibility is outstanding), too bad about the fall on the sbs jump by her though.

    Also, I do like the fact that they actually look like a pair (reminiscent of G&G in that dpt.).

    Good job, Good job!

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    Haven't been following pairs much recently, but I thought C & S looked promising.

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    OMG, I remember this RUS pair perfectly at SC, especially during practice. She reminds me exactly of the girl/woman from the movie the ORPHAN, right down to that innocent doll-like face of a child, but the temperament of a tiger, at least what I observed during practice (easy to see she's the leader in the pair, lol).

    She must have a mind of steel in order to keep herself so emaciated for pairs.

    Just an eery feeling about this pair.

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    The judges were a bit tough on I/M. I thought they should have been first. Really liked the performance

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    http://www.hahasport.com/v-2/12/76/v-327682.html

    British Sport live stream.

    Lubov severely underrotated her SBS triple toe. She rotated the last rev on ice.
    They got the highest PCS so far, deservedly. But their TES is no where near D/C's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlattFan View Post
    http://www.hahasport.com/v-2/12/76/v-327682.html

    British Sport live stream.

    Lubov severely underrotated her SBS triple toe. She rotated the last rev on ice.
    That's true. Problems in the lift plus she touched down with the free leg when she landed the 3twist. The step sequence was also shaky. Overall not a good performance for them

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    Kavaguti did a triple toe by herself, very nice.
    Then k/s did a throw triple loop. Also very nice.

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