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Thread: Mens SP, Friday, 11/25/11, 9:45AM EST

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spun Silver View Post
    Interesting, Nadine. In a way Mroz looks more juniorish to me. He doesn't look as though he feels he belongs on the international ice to me. But he seemed a bit more comfortable than usual today so I'm happy for him.

    Nope, not me, Brandon is 110% a grown man. And to my eyes he totally feels like he belongs. But different strokes for different folks.

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    Darn, missed half of Hanyu's due to a crash. Anyways, I expected him to do well in SP, but with the quad fall, there goes his chances and BOP's hope for a spot at the GPF.

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    Hanyu looks like Johnny Weir out there, from costume to posture but with a little more power and a Quad.

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    Yuzuru didn't hit the quad attempt, but his spins are fast and step sequence and choreography are gorgeous! Minus the fall, it's a really good skate for him.

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    Fall on the quad, but good 3A and 3/3, also nice spins, most likely into 2nd, but close call. And yep he too is obviously a baby, just like the guy from Canada? They remind me of Michael Jackson before he got the musculature of a grown man, which admittedly took a long long time.

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    Yuzuru is wonderful to watch.....

    82.78!!
    Last edited by snowflake; 11-25-2011 at 10:37 AM.

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    Fernandez seemed a bit slower or more sluggish than at SC to me. He didn't sell it (IMO).

    I adore Hanzu and this program suits him to a T. It is a bit shades of Weir & Takahashi though. He skates with abandon. He could use a little more stretch and toe pointing but really what an incredible skater. And into first!

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    Oops, not even close, the baby gets 1st.

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    And Yuzuru takes the lead with 82.78 a brand new SB!

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    Ooh first place, I guess he rotated his quad and everything else were excellent.

    Go Jeremy.

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    Wow, wow, wow - a wonderful skate from Jeremy (with a lot less suspender playing, yay)!

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    And he brings it. Jeremy is officially back this season.

    That's a Men's skating even without a quad. Sorry, Plush.

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    Fernandez beats Hanyu on PCS.

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    Even Yuzuru himself cannot believe the score he get! He must get hugh GOE!

    It a shame thatI miss almost all program as the stream crash!

    I also miss half of Jeremy program, but from what I have seen - Perfect!!!!

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    All Right, Jeremy. Now this is skating of the old school, line, edges, stroking, speed, steps, just classic, makes everything look easy.

    Even without a quad I'd put him in 1st.

    ps: I'm starting to like this Swing Kids. :D

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