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Thread: Men's Short Program, Fri. 11/18 at 9 am EST

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    The absolute very best program, bar none, that I have seen to Japanese Kodo Drums is Elvis Stojko. Sorry, Michal, yours does not measure up in any way, shape, or form. Also, the sash & bulky looking ankles caused by the costume have got to go. Still, I love his powerful 3A, though he stalks it.

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    Brezina

    Score: 74.32 and into 2nd

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    This was his program for last Worlds in Tokyo. Wow, didn't catch Song.

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    Wow, Song still leads!

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    Usually the more expectations there are regarding a GP event, the more it disappoints. I see this appear to be the case today - good thing I'm not in Bercy myself this year!

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    Patrick Chan (CAN)

    Music: Take Five by Paul Desmond

    4T - fall
    3A - solid
    CCoSp
    3Lz+3T - holds onto landing
    FSSp
    CCSp
    SlSt

    Not perfect, but it will more than enough for the lead.

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    Hmm, Patrick fell on his opening jump, but his overall skating is fabulous. I'd give him the win over Song.

    This wasn't a great competition. Everyone skated as if they had jet lag.

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    One cannot deny Chan's lightness of foot and ease of jumps (when completed that is), but I find his acting skills so studied, not natural, which makes me think of the tinman from the Wizard of Oz. :D

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    Chan

    Score: 84.16, new SB and into the lead by a comfortable margin.

    Hopefully the men will skate better tomorrow....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadine View Post
    One cannot deny Chan's lightness of foot and ease of jumps (when completed that is), but I find his acting skills so studied, not natural, which makes me think of the tinman from the Wizard of Oz. :D
    LOL but it's true, he didn't seem to connect with the audience here.

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    does it look to you as if Chan has a cold? He looked like he might be ill to me. Hope not. Too bad on the fall; the rest was good. Not the best SPs today - jet leg, illness, ice issues, nerves?

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    No protest from me about the marks, they look just right, Nan Song is slow... He really needs to up his speed by mass imho. Should be an interesting FS though to see whom will get the silver & bronze, as Chan is a lock for gold (especially in this field).

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    Quote Originally Posted by emma View Post
    does it look to you as if Chan has a cold? He looked like he might be ill to me. Hope not. Too bad on the fall; the rest was good. Not the best SPs today - jet leg, illness, ice issues, nerves?
    He also needs a hair cut. I just hope he doesn't channel Kevin Reynold's hair...

    It's odd that so far this year, Chan's 3A is more consistence than his 4T?

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    Final scores:
    1 Patrick CHAN
    CAN
    84.16 1
    2 Nan SONG
    CHN
    76.53 2
    3 Michal BREZINA
    CZE
    74.32 3
    4 Adam RIPPON
    USA
    72.96 4
    5 Florent AMODIO
    FRA
    71.42 5
    6 Kevin REYNOLDS
    CAN
    65.56 6
    7 Nobunari ODA
    JPN
    62.95 7
    8 Alexander MAJOROV
    SWE
    62.12 8
    9 Romain PONSART
    FRA
    50.03 9
    10 Chafik BESSEGHIER
    FRA
    46.43 10

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    Seems like Chan was spooked by Dai's super score that he got last week.

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